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Activities To Do In Paris In March

During the month of March, Paris is where you want to be. A trip to Paris in March will allow you to see the city's transformation into a springtime paradise in your. City parks will soon be bursting with colour as spring flowers emerge from the soil and trees begin to bloom. March is the final month to avoid huge queues at major sites prior to the start of the peak season in Europe. It's not just the food that's celebrated in Paris this month; there are also film, music, and art festivals happening all around the city. There's no such thing as boredom in Paris in March; there's just too much to see and do! Plan your dream trip to Paris during March with our Europe tour package. 

Some of the best things to do in Paris in March include going to the Parisian baguette contest, where the winner gets to supply the President's official residence, the Elysée Palace, with baguettes for a year, seeing the cherry blossoms, which is one of the most popular March events, and seeing the first blooms in Versailles Gardens unrestricted before the Musical Garden Show and Fountains Show start in April.

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Things to Do in Paris in March

01

Visit Disneyland Paris

  • As the only Disney theme park in Europe, Disneyland Paris is an absolute must-see for any vacation to the region. 
  • Disneyland Paris, which is located just outside of the city itself, is by far the most visited tourist attraction in all of France's capital. 
  • The Park is fun for people of all ages because of its wide variety of exciting activities. 
  • In Disneyland, you can meet princesses and ride in a magical waggon, among many other enchanted activities. 
  • The location is like a dream come true for kids of all ages, from the Wonderland maze to Peter Pan's home. 
  • For those who seek a greater sense of adventure, the amusement park features rides like the massive Orbitron and the Indiana Jones roller coaster. 
  • For families travelling to Paris, a trip to Disneyland Resort is sure to rank high on their list of best things to do in Paris in March.
Location: Bd de Parc, 77700 Coupvray, Chessy, France

Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday 9:30 AM – 11 PM

Entry Fees
Adults: 8 €
Children: 4 €

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02

Take a River Seine Boat Cruise

  • An enjoyable way to explore the beautiful city of Paris in March is from the water, on a boat ride down the Seine. 
  • Visit the city's most famous landmarks on a leisurely hour-long river cruise across the Seine aboard a sightseeing seine. 
  • Pick your time of day to see the French capital at its best, whether that's first thing in the morning, or after the sun has set and the city is illuminated by a dazzling array of neon lights. 
  • You can use the onboard audio guides’ trivia to discover more about the places you'll be visiting as you cruise.
Location: Pont de la Conférence, Paris

Opening Hours: Starts 11:30 AM onwards

Entry Fees:
Adults: 14 €
Children: 6 €

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03

Enjoy Moulin Rouge Dinner & Cabaret Show

  • If you find yourself in Paris in March, you must see "Féerie" at the Moulin Rouge, which is one of the world's most famous cabarets. 
  • You'll get to see a parade of one thousand feathered, rhinestone, and sequined costumes made by Corrado Collabucci, performed by a cast of one hundred artists (including sixty Doris Girls). 
  • Observe the scenic designs by Gaetano Castelli and listen to the music composed by Pierre Porte, performed by eighty instrumentalists and sixty choral singers. 
  • Millions of people have flocked to the most famous cabaret in France to watch the French Cancan perform for the past 110 years. 
  • You can also indulge in some classic French dishes. 
  • All of the experiences take place in a stunning Belle Epoque theatre that seats 850 people. Immerse yourself in the mistinguett menu's delectable flavours.
Location: 82 Bd de Clichy, 75018 Paris, France

Opening Hours: 
Open 6:45 pm onwards

Entry Fees
: Between 87 € - 185 €

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04

Discover Catacombs of Paris

  • A trip to Paris in March is the perfect time to do something out of the ordinary, like a tour to the catacombs. 
  • You may expect to spend about 45 minutes exploring the 2-kilometer-long walking circuit. You must first go down 130 steps to reach the Catacombs of Paris
  • It's important to remember that the tour is not accessible to people with limited mobility because there are no elevators. 
  • The next step is to make your way via a series of twisting passageways whose walls are adorned with skeletal assemblages. 
  • Then you see bones from the excavated individuals were formerly neatly arranged in multiple rooms, creating kilometers of passageways made primarily of human remains.
Location: 1 Av. du Colonel Henri Rol-Tanguy, 75014 Paris, France

Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday 9:45 AM – 8:30 PM

Entry Fees: €8 adult, €4 ages 14-26, €6 ages 60+, children under 13 free.

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05

Visit Eiffel Tower

  • Paris in March is a popular choice for vacationers because of the city's storied history and cultural significance, as well as its modern architectural and fashion landmarks. 
  • When visiting Paris, it would be a shame to miss out on seeing the Eiffel Tower, a symbol of one of the most romantic and beautiful cities in the world. 
  • Recognized as one of the world's most recognisable structures, a visit to the Eiffel Tower with a knowledgeable guide will allow you to fully appreciate its artistic and historical significance. 
  • Take the elevators to the observation deck and soak in the breathtaking vista of Paris below.
Location: Champ de Mars, 5 Av. Anatole France, 75007, 7th arrondissement, Paris, France?

Opening Hours: 
Monday to Sunday 9 AM – 11:30 PM

Entry Fees: 

Adults – 16.60 € (with access lift to second floor), 10.40 € (with access stairs to 2nd floor), 25.90 € (with access lift to top), and 19.70 € (2nd floor + top)

Youth- 8.30 € (with access lift to second floor), 5.20 € (with access stairs to 2nd floor), 13 € (with access lift to top), and 9.80€ (2nd floor + top)

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06

Explore The Louvre

  • Visiting the Louvre Museum, the most popular art museum in the world, is the most exciting thing to do in Paris in March. 
  • Witness the world's finest collection of artworks, with works by French artists spanning the 15th to the 19th centuries.
  • Established in 1546 as a stronghold, it today boasts of being the largest museum in the world. 
  • Visiting the Louvre in March will add a special touch to your trip to Paris, as it houses priceless works of art from many different cultures. 
  • The world-famous Mona Lisa is housed there, along with paintings by Raphael, Michelangelo, and Da Vinci.
Location: Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris, France

Opening Hours: Tuesdays closed, Mondays 9 AM – 9:45 PM, Wednesday to Sunday 9 AM – 6 PM

Entry Fees: Free admission

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07

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

  • This year, Saint Patrick's Day falls on March 17 hence if you are in Paris in March, celebrate the patron saint by dressing in something which is green in colour and attending the parade. 
  • At 1 o'clock, the Saint Patrick's Day parade in Paris kicks off at the Irish Cultural Centre. It then travels through the 5th arrondissement and ends back there. 
  • There will be a variety of performances, including street theatre, circus acts, music, face painting, dancing, and food trucks.
Location: Irish Cultural Center, 5 Rue des Irlandais, 75005 Paris, France

Opening Hours: 
Monday to Sunday 2 PM – 6 PM

Entry Fees:
 Free admission

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08

Stroll Around Versailles Gardens

  • The Gardens of Versailles are a true masterpiece which you must visit in Paris in March, as they are among the largest and most impressive gardens in the world. 
  • These gardens were built on Louis XIV's command in 1661 and planned by the renowned landscape architect André Le Nôtre.
  • Clearing marshes and glasslands and moving massive amounts of earth was a Herculean undertaking that allowed for the construction of the garden's flowerbeds, fountains, Orangerie, and canals. 
  • You can stroll around most exotic features of the Versailles Garden is the Orangery, that contains a total of 1055 trees placed in ornate boxes, numerous citrus,  olive, pomegranate, palm, and oleander trees.
Location: At Versailles suburb located 20 kilometres southwest of the heart of Paris.

Opening Hours: Everyday from 8 AM to 6 PM

Entry Fees: 
Free admission

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09

Visit Sainte Chapelle

  • The Sainte-Chapelle, on the Île de la Cité, is widely regarded as one of the greatest examples of Gothic architecture in the world. 
  • This reliquary is well-known due to its extensive background and enormous stained-glass windows. 
  • If you're in Paris in March, you can't possibly miss this incredible cathedral and its breathtakingly large stained-glass windows. 
  • Thanks to the 618 m2 of glass, you will have the opportunity to view its interior that is flooded with natural light and vibrant hues. 
  • The virtually complete removal of barriers in the upper chapel is indicative of the monument's grandeur and architectural boldness.
Location:10 Bd du Palais, 75001 Paris, France

Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday 9 AM – 7 PM

Entry Fees: Adults: €11.50

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10

Celebrate the Women’s Carnival

  • A festival held in the middle of Lent and originally organised by laundresses in Paris, is revived every year on March 27 for the carnival of women. 
  • For this special event, ladies take centre stage, and men must don female garb to join the festivities. 
  • You can take part in this festival, cloak or no cloak. 
  • The women's carnival takes place in the Marais neighbourhood around the middle of Lent, immediately following le carnaval de Paris - Promenade du Boeuf Gras, which occurs annually on the Sunday preceding Mardi Gras.
Location: Marais district

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People Also Ask About Paris

  1. What are the best things to do in Paris in March?

    1. Visit Louvre: Visiting the Louvre is one of the best things to do in Paris in March and to get an overview of the aesthetic achievements of Western civilization. You will have the pleasure of viewing many famous works of art on display such as Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa and the Vénus de Milo, both sculpted by ancient Greek artists.

    2. Dine at Moulin Rouge: Indulge in some fine dining experience and witness why the Moulin Rouge is Europe's best-loved cabaret. Enjoy a glass of champagne, while you sit back and take in the spectacular show, which features stunning costumes, elaborate sets, and talented dancers.

    3. Gourmet lunch cruise along Seine: Explore the gastronomic world of Paris with the help of a local guide on a food tour. Beginning at one of the oldest street markets, you will be introduced to local artists who will share their wares with you, including award-winning macarons, delicious tapenades, and rich, luscious cheeses reeking of ripening wheat and sunshine.

    4. Versailles tour: A half-day, private tour of Versailles is one of the best things to do in Paris in March as it makes you feel like a true king or queen. You'll be picked up from your Paris residence, and an expert guide will show you around Versailles, that sheds light on the extravagant and flamboyant lifestyles of France's former monarchs, providing a fascinating glimpse into the country's past.

    5. Walking Montmartre tour: Take a stroll through the narrow alleyways of montmartre with a knowledgeable guide who will tell you all about the area's fascinating past and take you to famous landmarks like Picasso's and Van Gogh's homes, the cafe from the movie Amélie, and many more.

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  2. Is it a good time to go to Paris in March?

    Yes, it is a good time to go to Paris in March because the gradual thawing of the winter season in March makes Paris a wonderful destination. In order to save money, it is best to reserve a flight and a hotel room well in advance of your vacation. You can also take advantage of the fact that castles, art galleries, and museums will not be overrun with visitors.
  3. What are the best places to visit in Paris in March with Family?

    1. Explore the Paris Aquarium: The Cineaqua Aquarium features an underwater movie theatre, shark tanks, and a hands-on learning pool. As you navigate the enclosure, keep an eye out for the vibrant shoals of fish that will pass you by. One of the best things to do in Paris in March with children is to take them on an adventure to the Aquarium, where they can enjoy mermaid shows and fish-handling adventures.

    2. See the plants at the Jardin des Plantes: The Jardin des Plantes, Paris' official Botanical Museum, spans a whopping 28 hectares. If you're looking for the best things to do in Paris in March, a trip here should be a priority on your list. In addition to its extensive exhibition facilities, the Jardin des Plantes is home to around 23,500 plants representing a wide range of species, as well as a purpose-built Rose Garden housing every known species of rose.

    3. Have fun at the Louvre Museum: Discover the best of Western Civilization's artistic legacy with a quick trip through the Louvre's vast galleries. The Mona Lisa, by Leonardo da Vinci, and the Vénus de Milo, by Ancient Greek sculptors, are only two of the world-famous artworks on show.

    4. Tempt Your Taste Buds with Latin Quarter Dishes: One of the best things to do in Paris in March with family is enjoying a sumptuous lunch at one of the restaurants in the Latin Quarter, which is home to the city's world-famous culinary delights. From the decadent gourmet chocolate at Jacques Genin to the creamy ice cream at Berthillon and the traditional picnic fare at Ladurée Picnic, the restaurants in Latin Quarters are a treat for foodies of all ages.

    5. Visit the magnificent Palace of Versailles: The Palace of Versailles is the perfect place to take kids for an entertaining and enlightening day trip. The finest pieces of Parisian heritage are housed in this colossal building, which covers more than 60,000 square metres. From the 16th century onward, the collection has been amassing original works of art, including paintings, royal furniture, and intricate sculptures.

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  4. What are the romantic things to do in Paris?

    Some of the most romantic activities a couple can do in Paris is taking your love on a hot air balloon flight for a unique and unforgettable perspective of the city, going to O'Kari and getting pampered by a skilled masseuse to have massages together, with your special someone, and taking beautiful photographs of the architectural splendour of the city while strolling along a bridge high above the Seine. After your stroll, you and your special someone can also stop in at one of the many neighbouring eateries for a bite to eat.
  5. Is it cold in March in Paris?

    Yes, it is slightly cold in Paris in March, though spring arrives quite gradually. There is a chance of extreme cold and snow in the first week of March. Although the weather is unpredictable, it does tend to rain rather frequently. March rains, or Giboulées de Mars as they are known in French begin but the sunny and milder weather returns by late March, as the mercury rarely rises over 20 degrees Celsius (68 degrees Fahrenheit).
  6. How should I dress in Paris in early March?

    As early March begins, it's best to be prepared for the cold. It is recommended that you bring along a raincoat in case of rain, and gloves may be helpful but are not required. It could help to have an umbrella, and waterproof footwear is a must. Since the end of the month tends to be gloomier, you pack your sunglasses and some lighter outfits.
  7. Is Paris expensive in March?

    No, Paris in March is not expensive but as the low season draws to a close, this month sees significantly reduced rates for air travel, hotels, and other forms of lodging compared to the peak summer season. Booking your Paris trip in March, just a few weeks before the Spring season, can help spare hundreds of dollars if you are on a budget or just want to get a cheaper deal.

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  8. What are the top festivals celebrated in Paris in March?

    Many literary, musical, cinematic, and artistic celebrations take place in the month of March. There is the Carnaval des Femmes which is a colorful festival where women costumed as Queens and men as women parade through Châtelet and down Boulevard de Sébastopol at 3 o'clock. The Eiffel Tower has its yearly Vertical Race, in which racers scale the 1,665 steps of the iconic structure, and the open design of the Eiffel Tower affords an exceptional perspective of the event, in contrast to most vertical races that occur in enclosed stairwells.
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