Park, garden, promenade

Passage Jouffroy

10-12 boulevard Montmartre - 75009 Paris

Opéra - Grands Boulevards - 9e Arrondissement

Paris, passage Jouffroy © OTCP - Marc Bertrand


Since it was built in 1836, Passage Jouffroy has been one of the most visited covered arcades in the capital. Situated on the Grands Boulevards and in the continuation of Passage des Panoramas, it owes its charm to its beautiful iron and glass architecture (the ogive glass roof immediately catches the eye) and its marble paving, renovated in 1987. The other asset to the Passage Jouffroy is the variety and originality of the establishments which it houses. The children and adults visiting the Musée Grévin and its famous waxwork models. The Salon des Miroirs is a former 19th century brasserie which, today, is only used for private hire and transforms into a club on Saturday nights. The Hôtel Chopin is an original place to spend the night. Some of the most original shops add a special touch to the visit: old canes and walking sticks, old books, paper specialists and many others. It's worth a visit for the window displays alone! Gourmets can take a break at Valentin, the unmissable tea room. It is also accessible via 9 Rue de la Grange-Batelière.

Services and facilities of the establishment

  • Restaurant


Le Valentin - 30 passage Jouffroy - 75009 Paris - Tel. : +33 (0)1 47 70 88 50 - - - Monday to Saturday: 8.30am to 7.30pm ; Sunday: 10am to 7pm.

Entrance fees and modalities

Independent tour

Free admission for all.


Free admission for all.

Free for young people and children

Free admission for all.

Opening times

From 7am to 9.30pm

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Passage Jouffroy

10-12 boulevard Montmartre
75009 Paris

  • Subway - Grands Boulevards, Richelieu Drouot
  • Bus - 20, 39, 74

Park, garden, promenade in the same district: Opéra - Grands Boulevards

Park, garden, promenade in the same arrondissement: 9th arrondissement

Park, garden, promenade in Paris and in the Paris Region: Park, garden, promenade

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