Paris, the ideal destination for celebrating the French national holiday, will be decked out in French flags and will enchant visitors with its many attractions that offer something for everyone!
For this special occasion, the capital also has all sorts of goodies planned: museums, theme parks, and cruises have all come up with surprises so you can make the most of your stay in the City of Light.
See our selection of special offers now for celebrating Bastille Day with a partner, friends, or family.
Free visit to the Louvre
It’s Bastille Day! And every year the Louvre’s permanent collections are open for free. It’s a fantastic opportunity to (re)discover the Mona Lisa, the Seated Scribe, the Venus de Milo, and The Raft of the Medusa on this special day.
Helicopter ride: offers on flights between Paris and Versailles
On Bastille Day, take to the skies! With Helipass, enjoy a discount on Paris-Versailles trips for 1 to 6 people. Board a twin-engine Airbus H135 with 6 passenger seats and get a bird’s eye view of Paris and Versailles.
Disneyland® Paris: 1 adult ticket for the price of 1 child ticket
From 29 June to 30 September 2019, Disneyland® Paris gives kids and grown-ups a treat with a special summer offer. Take advantage of reduced prices -30% and a free stay for kids under 12 years-old.
Free concert at the Musee du Quai-Branly – Jacques Chirac
For a musical Bastille Day, go to the luxuriant garden of the Musée du Quai Branly – Jacques Chirac for a free concert by the Gangbé Brass Band, a Beninese musical ensemble. A line-up of jazzy atmosphere, afrobeat and Nigerian music!
Concert at Olympia, Buy 1 ticket and get 1 free
Prophets of Rage come to Paris! The American rap rock supergroup made up of 3 members of Rage Against the Machine, Public Enemy and Cypress Hill want to ‘Make America Rage Again’. For their 8 August concert date at Olympia, you can take advantage of the offer ‘duo fosse’ (two tickets for the price of one for 2 seats in the orchestra pit)!
Visit the Panthéon for free
Celebrate Bastille Day musically and pay tribute to some great French historical figures. On 14 July, the Panthéon is opening its doors to visitors with free entry for all. And from 3pm, enjoy a classical concert, and the Marseillaise in sign language