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Within sport and culture

Built in the 19th century over the Tuileries garden, the monument which is currently home to a museum, once upon a time was given to the Jeu de Paume, forefather of many contemporary games as tennis or Frisian handball. At the beginning of the 20th century the structure and its companion the Orangerie have been rerouted from their initial destiny to become museums.

Nowadays, this museum dedicated to the contemporary art and especially to photography, cinema and video, offer many exhibitions and retrospective as well as congress, meetings, concert or lessons and trainings.

In order not to miss these key events, being visual arts hobbyists or professionals, we advise you to book a Helzear suite, a hotel located at a stone’s throw from the Musée du Jeu de Paume.

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