Jardin des Tuileries

Jardin des Tuileries, Paris: Hours, Address, Jardin des Tuileries Reviews: 4.5/5

Jardin des Tuileries
4.5
7:00 AM - 9:30 PM
Monday
7:00 AM - 9:30 PM
Tuesday
7:00 AM - 9:30 PM
Wednesday
7:00 AM - 9:30 PM
Thursday
7:00 AM - 9:30 PM
Friday
7:00 AM - 9:30 PM
Saturday
7:00 AM - 9:30 PM
Sunday
7:00 AM - 9:30 PM
About
Located within the Place de la Concorde, this garden demonstrates the Parisian style of intricate landscaping.
Suggested duration
2-3 hours
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The area
Address
Neighborhood: Louvre / Palais-Royal
From the majestic Louvre to the regal Palais-Royal, this neighborhood oozes luxury. The grand arches along Rue de Rivoli are shadowed by mosaics in front of decorated vitrines and hotels. Place Vendôme is lined with the world’s best jewelers and their glittering window displays. Every other establishment has someone to open the door for you or park your car. You can spend hours gazing at its haute couture shops or lingering over a meal at any of its chic eateries. After all that indulgence, the Tuileries gardens provide stately respite, while theaters compete for your applause. It's a neighborhood that draws admirers from around the world, all attracted to the luxe life in Paris.
How to get there
  • Tuileries • 3 min walk
  • Musée d'Orsay • 4 min walk
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OZS_ATW
Budapest, Hungary1,802 contributions
Lovely huge park
Jul 2021
Jardin des Tuileries is a must to see. If you have a young kid with you I highly recommend you to take a baby cart with you.
The whole garden is amazing and it is no wonder why it is one of the iconic sceneries of Paris.
Written August 6, 2021
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josephzebley
Elkton, MD130 contributions
Restful walks
Jul 2021 • Couples
Always a pleasure to amble (flanker) under the chestnut trees of the Tuileries. If you are tired after a morning at the Louvre, the Muse’ d’ Orsay, or shopping along the rue de Rivoli it is a lovely place for a rest. Carousels and food stands on the North East side can also be a treat if you are with little ones.
Written July 26, 2021
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Konrad
6 contributions
Harrassed here as well
Mar 2021
What is it with Paris? Are there no tourist police? This place as well, we were harassed. Paris authorities should do something. Mainly, non French are the ones giving French capital a bad name.
Written March 30, 2021
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Lara M
Cornwall, UK260 contributions
Beautiful
Feb 2020 • Friends
Lovely to walk around whilst waiting to go into the Lourve.
Had a violinist playing under the Arch - very talented
Written October 4, 2020
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Vadim
Murmansk, Russia21,115 contributions
Pseudo-antique sculptures and flowers for phlegmatic people, rides for choleric people.
Oct 2019
The Tuileries was created by the will of the fatal Queen of France Catherine de ' Medici. After the absurd death of her husband Henry II in a tournament, the Medici moved from the Tournelle Palace on the place des Vosges here to the Tuileries Palace. Closer to her crowned sons, none of whom she saved. The Palace didn`t survive. Catherine herself left the Palace, but the Bourbons who succeeded the Valois dynasty fell in love with the Tuileries. First Louis XV moved here, and then the Sixteenth. The latter went from here, first to prison, and then to the scaffold. But before that, the rebellious Parisians stormed the Tuileries despite the resistance of Swiss mercenaries, which the Danish sculptor Thorvaldsen installed a heartfelt Dying lion in Lucerne. However, the Tuileries survived both the Great revolution and the July 1830 and 1848 revolutions. It didn`t survive the Paris commune. Only the garden remains of the Tuileries. The garden was laid out around the Palace. However, you will not find anything from the Renaissance. The reason is simple. Famous Le Nôtre worked here. And where Le Nôtre is, there is a French regular garden. Everything is drawn geometrically correctly, paths are laid, bushes are trimmed, pseudo-antique sculptures are placed. This is a truncated version of Versailles. Absolutely, but somewhat boring. In my humble opinion. Only the Ferris wheel and attractions in summer delight tourists and especially. My daughter also rode two of them..That's why she liked this garden.
Written September 27, 2020
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MixaylB
Hazmieh, Lebanon446 contributions
Huge Parc
Sep 2020 • Couples
A huge garden right next to the Louvre museum. You can jog here, read a book or just relax under the sun.
Written September 19, 2020
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Dimitris L
Sydney, Australia30,816 contributions
A beautiful place
Oct 2019
We went to Jardin des Tuileries after visiting the Louvre. It is a wonderful garden with the lot! A place to relax and unwind and just laze about in a beautiful environment. We have been to these gardens every time we have visited Paris and love the place.
Written September 10, 2020
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Vivivavavoom
London, UK438 contributions
Just beautiful
Jul 2020 • Family
Arrived this morning at 11am and there was no one. Could sit around the first pool with the cascade. It was quiet and peaceful. You can hire boats, ride ponies, there's a giant wheel, 2 coffee shops in the shade, huge gardens with flowers. A must see in Paris.
Written July 30, 2020
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Adrienne K
Clarksburg, MD318 contributions
A great way to spend a lazy day in Paris
Jul 2019
When visiting the Louvre you have to see the Jardin des Tuileries aka Tuileries Garden. My son and I were fortunate to have the perfect spring day with sun and clouds to capture every spectacular moment of our walk. The greenery, the flowers, THE SCULPTURES all not to be missed. Right in the center is an amazing fountain with tons of chairs so you can stop and enjoy your life, after all you're in Paris!
Written June 9, 2020
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fiamma11
Vienna, VA3,477 contributions
Exceptional Statues
Dec 2019
The Tuileries Garden is a large major historic landmark. An open-air sculpture garden of over 200 exceptional statues and vases are on display. It is a beautiful area to stroll, relax, sit by the fountain, and enjoy the statues, running between the Louve and Place de la Concorde. Built by Catherine de Medicis, widow of King Henri II, it served as a royal garden. designed to be viewed from the Palais des Tuileries that she was also having built. All three of our family members loved these gardens. Not to be missed.
Written June 8, 2020
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