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Timetable, costs, how to get there: Parks of Paris

Here you find useful information such as timetable with opening hours, costs and how to get in some of the most beautiful attractions of Paris, its parks!

The parks of the city are huge. Some of them are actual woods! As you will see, most of them are free and you can easily get there by metro or bus.

But first:

  • If you want to know more about the most important parks of Paris, read this!
  • If you want to know which park is the perfect for your type of travel, read that!

Jardin des Tuileries

paris park timetableThis park is in the Arrondissement 1. You can get there by metro at the Tuileries station.

The entrance is free.

The timetable varies on the months of the year. From the last Sunday in September to the last one in March the timetable is from 7.30 a.m. to 7.30 p.m.
From the last Sunday of March to the last Saturday of September is from the 7 a.m. to the 9 p.m.


Jardin du Luxembourg – Luxembourg garden

paris park timetableYou can go to this beautiful attraction of Paris by getting off at Odéon or Luxembourg metro station. It is between arrondissement 4 and arrondissement 6.

The opening hours varies on the season. During Winter, it opens at 7.30 a.m. and closes at 4.30 p.m. During Summer the timetable is from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.

The entrance is free.


Parc de Buttes Chaumont

park paris timetableYou can go to this park in arrondissement 19 by getting off at Laumière stations or Buttes Chaumont or Botzaris. Metro lines 5 and 7 bis go there.

The entrance to this park is free.

The opening hour is from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. till Summer. During Summer is from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.


Parc de la Villette

park paris timetableThis park is in arrondissement 19. The perfect station to reach it is Porte de la Villette. Anyway, you can get off at Porte de Pantin metro station too!

The entrance cost varies on the age. It can be free, 8 or 30 euros so pay attention.

The timetable is 24/7 during every day of the year.


Jardin du Palais Royal

paris park timetableThis park is in arrondissement 1. You can reach it by taking the metro and geting off at Palais Royal – Museé Royal station. You can get off at Pyramides too!

The entrance is free and the opening hours is from 8 a.m. to 8.30 p.m.


Parc Monceau

park paris timetableMonceau park, also known as the park of Monet, is in arrondissement 8. You can get off at Monceau station, very close to the park.

The timetable is from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day of the year. The entrance is free.

park paris timetable


Champ de Mars park

You can reach this park, in arrondissement 7, by getting off at Ecole Militaire metro station. You can reach it getting off at Champ de Mars – Tour Eiffel station too.


The entrance is free and it is open during every day of the year.


Bois de Vincennes and Parc Floral

park paris timetableThis park is in the arrondissement 12 and you can reach it by metro or bus. I suggest taking the metro and get off at Porte Dorée or Chateau de Vincennes stations. If you prefer the bus, take the number 46 or 112.

It is usually open 24/7 and the admission is free.

If you want to access the parc Floral too, the cost varies on the season. From September to June the admission is free. From June to September it costs € 5,5 for adults and € 2,7 for kids. It is still free for children that are from 0 to 6 years old. Plus, that’s only on wednesdays, saturdays and sundays.

Bois de Boulogne

park paris timetableIf you wan to go to this park, take the metro and get off at Porte-Dauphine metro station or Porte d’Auteuil. If you prefeir the bus, take the 244 from Porte Maillot.

The timetable claim it is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. but it can vary on the season and close one hour earlier. The entrance is free.

If you are coming in Paris with your kids, remember that in the Bois de Boulogne there is an amusement park too. Read the details here.

Parc de Saint Cloud

paris park timetableThis park is in the peripheral area of Paris but you can easily go there by metro. Take the line 9 and get off at Pont de Sévres station. You can also take the metro line 10 and get off at Boulogne – Pont de Saint-Coud. If you prefer taking the bus, note down that you can take one of the following lines: 52, 72, 126, 160, 169, 171, 175, 460 or 467.

The entrance costs 5 euros.

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  • My Tips

     Take always small change with you! If you will need a public bathroom, you will probably pay 0.50 € to enter. 


    Remember that floor numbers aren't the same of U.S. ones. In Europe we have ground floor / floor 0. It is the corresponding of the 1st floor in U.S.!


     French people are nationalists: try to speak few French words. You will make them very happy!


     Check the weather forecast in advance so you will know what to put in your luggage!


     Even if they say it will be sunny all the time, take your umbrella with you anyway.


     Read my article about transports pass to know which one is the best for you!


     If you want to buy something very luxurious, go to Lafayette Galleries.


     Don't be worried about the need for a car in Paris. Taxis and Uber are a lot!


     For your safety, provide you a travel insurance


     Study everything about transports in Paris reading the transports page of this site