Our 47 Top-Rated Things To Do In Paris For June 2024

Our 47 Top-Rated Things To Do In Paris, June 2024

It's summer in Paris and the City of Light is bursting with sunshine, music, art festivals, and street markets. Catch live music at the annual Paris Jazz Festival or at the 13th-century Gothic church, La Sainte Chapelle. Of course, June is also the perfect month to see the splendor of Versailles or of Monet's gardens in Giverny. Here is our complete list of the top quarante-sept summertime events and activities for June 2024.

Esprit de Paris – The Top Experiences

Things to Do in Paris June 2024

VIP Dinner Cruise with Champagne & Live Music

Dinner Cruise with Hotel Pickup

We love this evening dinner cruise, and we think you will, too. You'll find that everything looks better from a bateau sailing along the river at night. Famous landmarks pass by as you enjoy a multi-course French meal that starts with champagne and includes wine. For VIP treatment choose the Service Premier option with the best seating, the best meal, and the ultimate experience.

Experience the Magnificence of Versailles

Versailles Guided Tour & Grand Canal Gourmet Lunch

Don't complicate your time in Paris with train schedules to Versailles and guidebooks. Go the royal route. From the centre of Paris, your driver/guide takes you directly to the royal estate. Use your priority tickets to skip the lines and head directly into this grand chateau. This-full-day activity includes lunch and time to stroll through the stunning French gardens.

Maxim's of Paris Seine Dinner Cruise

Maxim's of Paris

Summertime in Paris is the perfect season to board a bateau on the banks of the Seine River for a dinner cruise hosted by Maxim's of Paris, the historic brasserie that debuted in 1900. Now, more than a century later, you have the chance to enjoy their signature dishes — with truffles, lobster and fresh seafood featured on the menu.

Discover the Masterpieces of the Louvre

Skip-the-Line Louvre Museum Guided Tour

Million of visitors means there are always long lines at the Louvre. But why stand in line when you can book a semi-private, VIP tour that not only gets you in a lot faster, but takes you directly to the best and most famous works of the museum's vast collection. When the tour is over, you can stay in the museum as long as you like.

Dine on the Eiffel Tower at Madame Brasserie

Dinner on the Eiffel Tower

Without a doubt dining on the Eiffel Tower is one of the ultimate Paris experiences. And now it's easy to book at table at Madame Brasserie, the newest culinary star on the Eiffel Tower. Enjoy the menu created by Michelin-starred chef Thierry Marx. Choose the Grande Dame – Paris View option for the best views and the best meal. Lunch is also available.

Skip the Lines at the Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower Skip-the-Line Tour

You know that the Eiffel Tower is very, very popular. So it won't be surprising to hear that the line-ups are very, very long. That's why we strongly recommend you sign up for a tour that lets you bypass the lines. (It's the way we do it.) There's nothing as satisfying as a tour that gets you past the queues and up the tower, for some of the best views of Paris.

Classical Music in Paris

Classical Music in Paris

Now that the warm weather has returned, so have classical music concerts at the acoustically-perfect La Sainte Chapelle, the 13th-century gem of a church on Île de la Cité. See the amazing stained glass while listening to the music of Vivaldi, Pachelbel, and Albinoni. Another essential experience is to catch a performance at Palais Garnier. The building is so magnificent it will take your breath away. See what's playing when you're there.

Musée d'Orsay Impressionism Tour

Orsay Museum Skip-the-Line Tour

Don't miss the world's greatest collection of Impressionist works by Van Gogh, Monet, Manet, and Renoir. At Musée d'Orsay the lines are always long, so the best way to see the art is on this priority-access tour, led by an art expert guide. The small-group size also ensures personal attention. After the tour finishes, you're free to spend as much time as you want perusing the masterpieces.

Bateaux Mouches Dinner Cruise + Live Music

Dinner Cruise + Live Music

This wildly popular dinner cruise on the Seine shows you Paris from a different perspective. On a magical evening, view the city from a private table while enjoying a classic 4-course classic French dinner, accompanied by live music. Your bateau slowly floats past the most famous illuminated landmarks — Louvre, Notre Dame Cathedral, the Eiffel Tower.

Dinner + Cabaret at the Moulin Rouge

Moulin Rouge Dinner + Roundtrip Hotel Transportation

1889 was a big year for Paris. The Eiffel Tower was built, the International Exhibition was staged, and Moulin Rouge opened its doors. More than a century later you can still take in a show where the French can-can premiered. The furious rhythms and scintillating costumes, along with a champagne-fueled dinner, make the Moulin Rouge a must-visit destination.

Spend a Day in the Champagne Region

A Day In Champagne

Only an hour from Paris is world-famous Champagne country. On this wonderful day trip you focus on the bubbly with guided tours and tastings at some of the most famous champagne houses. In between, enjoy lunch at a boutique winery. Sample as much as you want, your expert guide is doing the driving — door-to-door from your Paris hotel.

Champagne & Food Tour of St-Germain-des-Prés

Champagne & Food Tour

St-Germain-des-Prés, the historic Left Bank neighborhood, is filled with food, wine, and champagne shops. This tour with an expert guide gets you off the beaten track to immerse yourself in French food, culture, and the best of French bubbly, as you travel from shop to shop. Each of the champagne tastings (and there are several) are paired with French cheeses, pâtes, and delicate chocolates & pastries.

Sainte-Chapelle, Conciergerie & Notre Dame

Sainte-Chapelle, Conciergerie, Notre Dame Tour

Explore the ancient heart of Paris, Île de la Cité, on a guided tour that takes you to the iconic sights including La Sainte-Chapelle and Notre Dame. An expert guide leads this captivating exploration of the rich history of Paris; you'll have the privilege of witnessing the city's breathtaking beauty.

Private Airport Transfers

Airport Transfer

Here we to share one of our best tips — before you leave home, arrange your transportation from the airport into central Paris. It's comforting to be prepared and to know what's going to happen when you arrive. Travelers love these VIP transfers that take you right to your hotel and pick you up when you're ready to leave.

The Best Left Bank Hotels

Top Left Bank Hotels

Who doesn't love staying on the Left Bank of Paris? Since Hemingway and the Jazz Age, the Left Bank has defined the essence of Paris. The Saint-Germain neighborhood is charming, and so are the best of the hotels in the quartier. In fact, here are our picks of the top 10 Left Bank hotels — with a couple of bonuses as well!

The Wonders of Versailles

Things to Do in Paris June 2024

Versailles + Monet's Gardens in One Magical Day

Monet's Magical Gardens at Giverny

This full-day, two-in-one activity takes you to a pair of unmissable sights in a single day – Monet's gardens at Giverny and the royal estate at Versailles. You'll see the chateau and gardens of Versailles as well as the verdant gardens and pond of Claude Monet in nearby Giverny at their peak of perfection. A classic French lunch is also included on this very popular day trip from Paris.

Half-Day, Skip-the-Line Tour of Versailles

VIP Versailles

If you don't have a full day to spend at Versailles or Giverny, we heartily recommend this half-day, small-group tour. It includes priority access and transportation from central Paris. With your guide at your side, you'll learn about the royals' lavish lifestyle and their lasting legacy.

Versailles Bike Tour + Chateau Visit

Versailles Bike Tour with Skip-the-Line Entrance

We love to kickstart summer with this 2-in-1 tour. Cruise the country around Versailles on two wheels — your guide takes you through the forests and pastures, to the local market and then on to the gardens of Versailles to visit the historic buildings, including Marie-Antoinette's farm. Afterwards, explore the Chateau de Versailles as long as you like.

Delectable Food & Wine Experiences

Things to Do in Paris June 2024

Cheese & Wine Tasting in a Paris Cheese Cellar

Cheese & Wine Tasting

Master the art of fromage in a hidden cheese cave in the Marais with a Parisian cheesemonger at your side. Seven classic French cheeses will be presented along with wines (this is France, after all) to learn about the amazing history of how cheese became one of the most important food groups, along with baguettes and chocolate. The small group is limited to 10 to ensure there's more cheese for you!

A Taste of Montmartre Food & Wine Tour

Montmartre Cheese, Wine & Pastry Tour

Up on the hill of Montmartre you join a food-expert guide for a walking tour of the historic quartier. At eight food shops you taste some of the best examples of French cuisine — crusty baguettes, tender crepes, cured speciality sausages and a glass or two of wine. The setting is pure Paris nostalgia: cobblestoned streets, café terraces, private mansions, and Place du Tertre, world-famous for painters, cafes, and Parisian ambiance.

The Food & Wine of the Marais

Food & Wine of the Marais

This popular food & wine tour gets rave reviews, and no wonder. It all takes place in the historic Marais, where you begin at the oldest food market in Paris. Then follow your food-expert guide through the ancient neighborhood to visit the top food & wine shops, tasting the best of French food like cheese, charcuterie, baguettes, chocolate, and wine. Oh, and there's lots of sampling!

Saint-Germain Chocolate & Patisserie Tour

Chocolate and Pastry Walking Tour

Parisian chocolates are amazing, but if you want to expand your chocolate universe to include fabulous French pastries, then spend an afternoon sampling your way through Paris chocolate shops, patisseries, and boulangeries. As always, a food expert leads the way on this small-group tour.

French Food Highlights Private Tour

Private Wine & Dine Tour

This private tour gets you inside the most exquisite culinary destinations in Paris, making you feel like an insider. François ia your French food & wine guide. Learn from his expertise as he leads to insider's restaurants, boulangeries, and cheese shops, tasting the best of the city's culinary treasures. Bring your walking shoes and your appetite! This is one of our new favourites and the reviews are spectacular.

Bateaux Parisiens Gourmet Lunch Cruise

Seine River Gourmet Lunch

What's not to love about this fun, casual, and affordable cruise along the Seine while dining on a classic 3-course lunch? A cruise on a bateau is something you must do in Paris, so why not have lunch at the same time? Look out the window as the iconic monuments of Paris pass by. Combine great dining with a tour of Paris… riverside. Be sure to choose the Service Premier option for the ultimate experience.

Learn the Art of Croissants with a Parisian Chef

Learn to Make Croissants with a Pastry Chef

Flaky, buttery croissants will be a lasting taste memory from your time in Paris. While you're in the City of Food, take the opportunity to learn how to make croissants from a professional chef. You are carefully and clearly taught all the steps to master the iconic French pastry, even back home, in your own kitchen.

Paris Cooking Class & Food Market Tour

Market Tour & Classic French Cooking

This cooking class kicks off with a tour of the best open-air market in the Latin Quarter. After exploring and shopping at a typical food market, you'll prepare a complete, 3-course lunch menu, with Chef at your side. When the cooking is done, sit down and enjoy the fruits of your labor… with wine, of course! The class size is limited to ensure personal attention.

Glorious Day Trips From Paris

Things to Do in Paris June 2024

The Historic D-Day Beaches

D-Day Tours

Perhaps the most famous battle site of World War II, the landing beaches of Normandy still evoke powerful memories and emotions. Visit the most important sites on a day trip from Paris and remember those who fought there. Also included is a guided tasting of the region's famous cider.

The Loire Valley – Chateaux & Wines

Chateaux of the Loire Valley Day Tour

Sure, it's the former playground of royalty and home to some of the most magnificent castles in the world, but the Loire Valley also produces some of the best wines in France. See the most spectacular chateaux — Chateau Chenonceau and the amazing Chateau Chambord — and taste refreshing Sauvignon blanc, crisp Pouilly-Fumé and delicate Cabernet Franc wines.

Monet's House & Gardens in Giverny

Monet's House & Gardens

Get a glimpse into the magic of Monet. Claude Monet, the father of Impressionism, designed these beautiful gardens where he painted for four decades. On this semi-private afternoon tour you visit his famous pink house and his gardens at Giverny, not far from Paris. The iris gardens and the idyllic lily pad pond will be at their peak of summer perfection.

Magnificent Mont Saint-Michel

Mont Saint-Michel

Pay a visit to the fairytale island just off the Normandy coast. Explore the Benedictine abbey that becomes separated from the mainland during high tide and wander along the narrow streets, the shops, and the abbey's ramparts. On your way you drive through the picturesque Normandy countryside. A classic French lunch is included on some of the tours.

What's On at the Museums

Things to Do in Paris June 2024

Musée d'Orsay Impressionism Tour

Orsay Museum Skip-the-Line Tour

The Musée d'Orsay holds the world's most important collection of Impressionist art, with scores of stunning works by the likes of Van Gogh, Monet, Manet, and Renoir. Since the lines are always long, the best way to get to see the art is on a skip-the-line tour with an Impressionism expert guide. Once the tour finishes, you're free to spend as much time as you want perusing the masterpieces.

Paris 1874: Inventing Impressionism

Inventing Impressionism

2024 is the the 150th anniversary of Impressionism! On April 15, 1874, the first exhibition by Monet, Renoir, Degas, Morisot, Pissarro, Sisley, Cézanne and 28 other painters was held outside of the official Paris Salon exhibition. See 130 works by these legendary artists and discover details about Paris in 1874.
• Musée d'Orsay
• Ends July 14, 2024

Le Corps En Mouvement – The Body in Motion

Le Corps En Mouvement

To mark the occasion of the Paris Olympics and the Paralympic Games, the Petit Palais celebrates The Body in Motion with a journey through its permanent collection. Fifty works from Antiquity to the 20th century trace the origins of the Olympic Games with paintings, sculptures, art objects, drawings and prints.
• Petit Palais
• May 15 to November 17, 2024


1874 – The Immersive Experience

Experience the first Impressionist exhibition through virtual reality. It's Paris, April 15, 1874; 30 painters are presenting 165 of their works, all rejected by the official Paris Salon. Claude Monet, Renoir, Berthe Morisot, Cézanne, and Edgar Degas changed the history of art. This immersive experience brings together architectural plans, aerial photographs, studio archives as well as reviews by journalists and critics of the time


Hector Guimard & the Paris Metro

In 1899 Architect Hector Guimard won the competition held by the Compagnie Générale du Métropolitain to design the entrances to the stations of the brand-new Metro system, le plus modern mode of transportation. His inspired designs set the tone of Paris for the 20th century. Learn about the history of Guimard and see his original drawings exhibited for the first time!


Robert Ryman: The Eye in Action

This is American artist Robert Ryman's (1930-2019) first large-scale exhibition in France since 1981. Regarded as the founder of the American Minimalist movement, Ryman's unique approach focussed on surface, space and light.


La CollectionRevoir Picasso

In 2014 Pablo Picasso's most important public collection was permanently installed in the lavish setting of the Hôtel Salé, a mansion in the Marais. A decade later, the museum pays homage with a three-year retrospective starting with a tribute to Fran├žoise Gilot. Beyond her famous book — Living with Picasso, published in 1965 — Gilot's own artistic career spanned from Réalités Nouvelles to her large compositions of the "emblematic paintings" of the 1980s.


La Fontaine des Innocents

Delve into the story of the Fountain of the Innocents during its large-scale restoration. Built during the Renaissance, this monument, originally called the Fountain of the Nymphs, was sculpted by Jean Goujon and designed by the architect Pierre Lescot. Learn about the history and restoration of this famous fountain of the Marais.


Near Eastern Antiquities in Dialogue

See ten ancient artworks from central Asia, Syria, Iran and Mesopotamia on loan from New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Dating from the 4th millennium BCE to the 5th century CE, this remarkable exhibition pairs ancient sculptures reunited for the first time in modern times.

  • Louvre Museum
  • Ends September 29, 2025


A New Look for Van Eyck

The first exhibition since 2014 to focus on Jan van Eyck's masterpiece, the Madonna of Chancellor Rolin. During the past decade, conservators have removed layers of varnish restoring the oeuvre to its former glory.


Olympism: Modern Invention, Ancient Legacy

Discover the roots of the first modern Olympic Games, and how the sporting competition of ancient Greece was reinvented in modern times. The exhibition will show how history and archaeology came together to create the world's greatest and most-watched sporting event.


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The Best Events in Paris

Things to Do in Paris June 2024

Fête de la Musique

Fête de la Musique

Paris — and, in fact, all of France — is filled with music on the longest day of the year as live bands and individual musicians play in parks and streets, on stages and on stairways. Check the schedule to see where to catch live music here in the City of Music. .
• June 21

The French Open

The French Open

This Grand Slam tennis tournament is the only one played on red clay. The French Open starts during the last week of May at Roland Garros stadium. If you're a tennis fan, this is one of the most dramatic tournament of the year. Expect to see plenty of red clay flying.

• May 22 to June 11, 2024

Nuit Blanche – White Night 2024

Nuit Blanche

Moved from the chilly days of October, this one-night festival now takes place in warmer weather. A Paris all-nighter with monuments, museums, and theaters kept open from dusk to dawn. Expect to be one of thousands who stay awake all night exploring the artistic side of Paris.
June 1, 2024


Annual Paris Jazz Festival

One of the truly magical international jazz events, held in the beautiful gardens of Parc Floral.


Salon International de la Maison de Poupée

That's right, it's the International Dollhouse Show, attracting vintage dollhouse collectors from around the globe. Sort of creepy-cool, and scheduled to take place mid-June.


Fête des Tuileries – Paris Funfair

Could be the the best fairgrounds ever? Even better, it's held in the beautiful Jardin des Tuileries in the middle of Paris. Kids love the trampolines, bumper cars, and cotton candy.

  • Jardin des Tuileries
  • June to August

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