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What to Do in Paris in March


This post lists several fun activities, tours, and events you can enjoy in Paris during the month of March. Be sure to look at the average weather in March as well. We have updated this post for 2022.

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This list will include a variety of different family-friendly, nighttime and free activities for audiences of all ages. 

If you’re looking for even more ideas, check the following posts:

Don’t forget to check our top activities in Paris post for additional attractions available year-round.

1) See a Concert

March is bringing several great artists to Paris! Find all of the Paris concerts on StubHub.

You can find some major touring artists as well as some great regional singers below: 

Find all of the Paris concerts here.

2) See the Art of Banksy

If you're a fan of street art, chances are you're very familiar with the work of Banksy. His unique vision has taken the world by storm, and he has quickly become one of the most easily recognizable artists of our time.

At The World of Banksy Expo in Paris, they are currently displaying several Banksy pieces which aren't always available for the public to view.

This is a limited exhibition that will only be available until the end of 2022, so if you're not planning to visit Paris again sometime soon, this would be a great time to visit!

Purchase tickets to The World of Banksy Expo.

3) Take a Sightseeing Tour

Take in the City of Lights with a tour guide and sightseeing tour.

There are several hop-on-hop-off bus tours available that feature recorded commentary in multiple languages and make stops at the most popular points of attraction in the city.

If you really want to see the lights, you can take a night bus tour. These tours do not allow you to hop off in the middle, but you'll get a great overview of Paris.

Learn about the Parisian food scene and local markets with a tasting and market tour. There aren't many ways to better get a glimpse at local life in a city than by exploring its markets.

If you're trying to save money, consider one of our pay-what-you-wish Paris walking tours!

4) Save Money with a Tourist Attraction Discount Pass

No matter where you’re planning to go this March in Paris, you can save some euros using a tourist attraction discount pass.


They don’t just offer discounts - keep in mind that most of these passes offer skip-the-line access at several notable landmarks.

Here are a few of the more popular attractions included with various Paris tourist passes:

  • Hop-on-Hop-off Bus Tour
  • River Seine Boat Cruise
  • The Eiffel Tower
  • Wine Tastings
  • The Louvre

Depending on which pass you choose and how you use it, you could save anywhere from 15% – 50% off general admission prices.

For more details, please read our post covering Paris tourist passes.

5) Experience Artistic Masterpieces

There are several limited exhibitions focusing on some of the most notable and beloved artists in human history, including names like Picasso, Rodin, Baselitz, and others.

If you're interested in seeing historic masterpieces from some of the best artists in the world, March will be your last chance to experience some of these exhibitions, so you might want to take advantage of the opportunity.

6) Take the Kids to Thoiry Lumieres Sauvages

Zoo Safari de Thoiry is currently still holding their holiday zoo lights event which they call Thoiry Lumieres Sauvages.

There are over 1,500 animals, characters, and other lighting displays to see in the castle gardens this March.

The event will be ending on March 6th, which means that this is one of your last opportunities to enjoy the attraction.

Admission to this event is included with tickets to the Thoiry Zoo Safari.

Purchase tickets or learn more.

7) Holi Festival of Colors

The Holi festival is back in Paris in March 2022. The famous, colorful Indian festival celebrates the arrival of spring with colored powder everywhere.

There will also be plenty of live music, dancing, henna, and a parade.

This festival is great for the whole family to attend! Everywhere you turn, there will be something entertaining. It's also a great way to learn about Indian culture and enjoy Indian food.

Find more information on the website.

8) Take the Family to Disneyland Paris

This is the first month of spring, so it should be a great time to visit Disneyland. Not only is the weather likely to be pretty nice, but there probably won't be as many people visiting the park this early in the year.

Another great reason to visit this month if the celebration of the 30th Anniversary of Disneyland Paris on March 6th, 2022.

There will be a lot of festivities planned for this momentous occasion, which means there should be a lot more to see and do while you're here.

Purchase tickets or learn more.

9) Explore the Eiffel Tower

The Eiffel Tower is the most iconic landmark in the city and offers some of the best views from its top decks.

Head up the tower for breathtaking views of Paris during the day, and a romantic atmosphere at night. 

Of course, if you'd rather admire the Eiffel Tower itself, you can always bring your own picnic to the park at the base of the tower. 

With the weather being nicer, this should be a good month to visit this historic landmark.

Find more information on how to get tickets here

10) Catch a Theatre or Cabaret Show

What would a trip to Paris be without seeing an iconic show at the Moulin Rouge

If you're more into classical performances, you can find an opera or ballet production at Opera Garnier

If you'd rather just admire the theatre architecture itself, use the Explorer Pass to get a guided tour of the opera house!

You may also want to visit the historic Paradis Latin to see their newest show L'Oiseau Paradis.

If you’re looking for more evening activities or family-friendly entertainment, we have full posts with more ideas!

UNDETERMINED: Attend a Pro Sporting Event

Sports fans can usually find a few games and tournaments to attend this month. Unfortunately, there won't be any major sporting events in Paris during March of 2022.

Even though there won't be much in the way of sports this month, you might want to consider taking a guided tour of Stade de France. Admission is included with the Paris Pass!

For more family-friendly things to do in Paris, check out our full post.


Artists and art appreciators alike will enjoy the Drawing Now Art Fair from May 19th - 22nd, 2022.

This 4-day event features art from artists across the globe. It includes 400 artists and almost 2,000 pieces of art.

You'll even get to enjoy a few live art demonstrations for drawing, painting, and more. 

Find more information here.

POSTPONED: Livre Paris Book Fair

From April 21st - 24th, 2022, book lovers can join authors, exhibitors, and publishers at the largest book fair in the country.

There will be author meet and greets with book signing opportunities, awards handed out, and exhibits for various genres and authors.

Just make sure you have room in your luggage for all the books you'll be tempted to purchase!

Find more information here.


About The Author


Christina studied art history and French literature at the Sorbonne for a year in Paris as an undergrad. Now based in Washington, DC, she visits Paris as often as possible and loves introducing family and friends to her favorite places there. She has worked as a travel writer, museum professional, English tutor, and editor, and her favorite French cheese is Pont l'Eveque.
Updated: March 2nd, 2022
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