Group visits

A cultural outing in Paris

Groups are invited on an out of time journey by our guides to discover a cabinet of curiosities, the spirit of a Venetian carnival, an extraordinary garden and a Belle Époque funfair.

Whether you come through an association, a works council or with your own group of friends, this heritage site will fill you with wonder. This group outing will be a visit that none will forget, and it will create a convivial moment that you will be able to recall for years to come.

A cultural activity

During this surprising visit that lasts an hour and a half, keep your eyes peeled and most importantly, join in! It is permitted to touch the objects and even try vintage fairground attractions.

This museum is housed in Bercy’s ancient wine warehouses that are listed in the French Inventaire Supplémentaire des Monuments Historiques. As you step inside, you will discover one of the largest collections of performing arts objects in Europe, made between 1830 and 1950. Each and every piece has been restored in our workshops.

A group outing in Paris

Our group visits are an original idea for an outing in Paris. They are ideal for tour operators, associations, work councils, clubs, family reunions…

Contact our team that will be happy to discuss different option with you and find the perfect date for your tour. Depending on the number of visitors, two groups can be simultaneously scheduled.  We can also schedule groups of less than 25 adults for a minimum rate.
Visits are guided by speakers from the Pavillons de Bercy only.

You can also enhance your visit by ending with a cocktail: take a look at our options for prestigious tours.

Reservation required


+33 (0) 1 43 40 16 22

information & booking requests by email

Practical information

Tour Duration

90 mn


For groups from 25 adults

No groups of children under 12

€18 — Adults
€12 — Children from 4 to 11 years old
Free — Children Under 4

€500 – Group minimum rate for a tour in English


53 av des Terroirs de France
75012 Paris


Accessible to disabled visitors (please note that a cobbled street connects our different rooms)

The vintage rides are not accessible to wheelchairs

See our FAQ for more information

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