Grand Palais

Address:
21 Avenue Franklin Delano Roosevelt, 75008 Paris, France
Founded in:
1900
Total area:
72 000 m2
  • Rooms & halls:
    17
  • Visitors per year:
    2 million
About The Venue

The Grand Palais in Paris is one of France's historical event venues. It is over a century old and consists of 72 000 m2 of space. It houses Europe's largest Nave. The venue has around 17 meeting areas and was built for the 1900 Universal Exhibition. The Grand Palais has an approximate capacity of 18520 people, is visited by 2 million people yearly and hosts 40 events per year. One of the notable events hosted at this venue is the Art Paris Fair. 

The Grand Palais has around 17 meeting areas. These include 16 meeting rooms and galleries as well as the Grand Palais Ephemere. The Ephemere is a temporary meeting area consisting of 10 000 m2 and constructed of materials such as wood. All areas of the venue are flexible, and many have access to daylight. Also, the Grand Palais has modern amenities. Such include wireless internet and services such as an ATM.

 

How to get to Grand Palais
On foot

Airport Charles de Gaulle – not advisable

Haussmann St Lazare Station – 22 mins via Rue Tronchet

 

By Car

Airport Charles de Gaulle – 1hr via A1

Haussmann St Lazare Station – 8 mins via Boulevard Haussmann

 

By public transport

Airport Charles de Gaulle – 52 mins via RER B and RER C

Haussmann St Lazare Station – 9 mins via Metro 9

 

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