Paris With Teenagers Is Perhaps One of The Best Family Holidays You Could Have. There Are So Many Things to Do in Paris With Your Teenager That It Will Most Certainly Appeal to Everyone in The Family Whilst Keeping Them Engaged and Happy!
Paris with teenagers? Paris is an endless oasis of experiences for people of all ages and interests. There is a plethora of activities you and your teenage children could engage in to make your trip more memorable including experiencing “must do” attractions in slightly different ways. Gone are the days they will happily follow you wherever you go as they become more independent and actually have a vested interest in their travel experience. Here are some wonderful ideas to keep your independent and impressionable teenager occupied and interested. These are also great things to do in Paris with tweens. I find the age gap between tweens and teens are narrowing so these may appeal to them too.
TRAVEL TIPS YOU WILL FIND:
- #01 – CHIC SHOPPING TOURS
- #02 – WORLD’S LARGEST GRAVE
- #03 – DIFFERENT TYPE OF WHEELS
- #04 – ALL ABOUT THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
- #05 – SATISFY THE INTELLECT
- #06 – TREASURE HUNT @ THE LOURVE
- #07 – GRAB A BARGAIN
- #08 – SPORTY TEENS
- #09 – ROLLERBLADING WITH A DIFFERENCE
- #10 – FOODIE TEENS
- #11 – BIKE TOUR
- #12 – PARISIAN STREET ART
- #13 – GREAT STEPS OF PARIS
- #14 – MUSEUMS OF A DIFFERENT KIND
- #15 – BEACH IN PARIS? YUP!
#01 – CHIC SHOPPING TOURS
The Tres Teen Tour with Chic Shopping Tours is the perfect way to spend half a day with your teenager. This is an intimate tour of only up to 5 people with a personal shopper to help find the the Parisian coolest fashions and great French styles. Fashion conscious teens know that Paris is the place to come for hip fashion and accessories that you can’t get back home. How much fun is that?!
#02 – WORLD’S LARGEST GRAVE
Certainly not something you could have done when the kids were younger but a visit to Paris’ underground ossuaries where the remains of over 7 million people are held would surely be an eye opener! Created some 220 years ago due to a lack of space, the walls of the Catacombes is carefully lined human bones and skulls will definitely make for an unusual experience.
It is however a very popular tourist destination so you might like to consider hoping on a tour which will allow you to not only skip the queues but also have access to areas which are normally closed to the public.
#03 – DIFFERENT TYPE OF WHEELS
Want a different and fun way to explore Paris? Hop on a segway! You and your family could get on a private segway tour where your private guide will take you through the picturesque streets and gardens.
You will be provided with a 30 minute training session to get used to the segway before they taking you gliding past some of Paris’ iconic scenes including narrow laneways which are not accessible by other modes of transport.
#04 – ALL ABOUT THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
For the historian in your teenager, a tour of the Storming of the Bastille might be an interesting way to get to know France’s past. Jump on a tour to hear the stories of old and learn how the narrow and winding streets of Paris were favourable locations for protestors to put up barricades.
Discover the secrets of this imposing fortress, which was built by Charles V, and the mysterious sealed letters that contained the King’s orders. You’ll walk the streets in the footsteps of the lower class revolutionaries as they asserted their claim for justice against King Louis XVI.
#05 – SATISFY THE INTELLECT
Do you have an intellectually curious teenager who is easily dulled by the superficial, snubs at the tourist hypes and require stimulation of a different kind? Check out Context Travel.
Here you will be able to find small private tours such as a historian led tour of Paris’ Revolutionary History, a tour to unveil the Sun King’s impact on Parisian cityscape or for the bookworms and poets, an Ernest Hemingway tour of his time in this beautiful city.
#06 – TREASURE HUNT @ THE LOURVE
The Louvre is categorically one of the greatest museums in the world visited by millions who aren’t even art lovers. If one of them happens to be your teenager, a fun and interactive way to visit the museum is to join THATlou, which is a treasure hunt designed to encourage visitors to view more than just the Mona Lisa.
According to THATlou, the treasure hunt consists of following a list of clues that lead them to works of art – or “treasures” – in the museum. Team members photograph themselves in front of as many works of art on the list as possible, earning varied points per treasure.
Sometimes bonus questions are embedded in the accompanying texts – either requiring silly poses for photos, drawing on articles from our blog or from the Louvre’s own information sheets.
#07 – GRAB A BARGAIN
Parisian flea markets are a great way to get out and about. Head to Marché aux Puces de St-Ouen, considered to be one of the largest flea markets in the world. Starting in 1885, this flea market now commands over 3000 traders and gets about 180,000 visitors over a weekend. If you’re in for a vintage find and have eclectic tastes, this market is definitely for you.
#08 – SPORTY TEENS
Home of Paris Saint-Germain, head to Parc des Princes for a game of European soccer. At reasonable prices, you can enjoy the real soccer experience with the locals.
Check out the French Open around May/June at Stade Roland-Garros, the arrival of the Tour de France for the coveted yellow jersey in July or even participate in the Paris International Marathon in April. It’s a never ending melting pot of sporting events to cater for the active teenager.
#09 – ROLLERBLADING WITH A DIFFERENCE
Another great way to experience Paris is on rollerblades! Pari-roller organises a Friday evening get together for proficient skaters or for beginners, you can meet on Sunday afternoons. The Friday night escapade will see you travelling at about 15km/hour as you zoom past Paris by night with 10,000 other enthusiasts. Commencing in Montparnasse, the expedition starts at 10pm and finishing well over midnight.
If you prefer a day time rollerblade, you can go on Sundays from 2:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.Rollers & Coquillages organises a group skating rally that is free and open to skaters of all levels. You would be skating approximately 20km or 12 miles. Perfect for your little dare-devils and surely one of the best things to do in Paris for teens.
#10 – FOODIE TEENS
For the culinary teenager, there is no better place to participate in a cooking class than the city that began the Michelin Star accolades. La Cuisine can show you how to make the perfect croissant or macaron but we also highly recommend combining that with a market tour to explore the many open air markets and their fresh produce. Cook’n With Class also offer many interesting classes such as Mad about Choux, Foie Gras class and of course the all-important Chocolate class!
If however you don’t have the time to dedicate a whole day, you could get a taste of making French macarons with a French Pastry chef in the quiet corner of Galleries Lafayette in the Opera District of Paris. The class is only 1.5 hours and they only use organic produce. You get to discover the steps of creating the shells and the ganache, the filling and the assembly. Take home 4 macarons you had made or just devour it whilst you’re there! Who could resist?
#11 – BIKE TOUR
A great way to explore Paris is by bike but hop on an off the beaten path tour to see a different side of Paris. Pedal through the Latin Quarter, St. Germain, Le Marais and even Mouffetard. You would definitely see and do so much more than a regular walking tour as you can also discover an old city wall and a Roman arena.
#12 – PARISIAN STREET ART
Do you have a Banksy teenager in the making or one who may be fascinated by street art? The Belleville Street Art Tour delves into the history of tagging, culture of Parisian street art and explores famous street art in the neighbourhoods of Oberkampf, Belleville and Ménilmontant. Slightly off the beaten track, this tour takes about 2.5 hours and definitely worth a look in to get a different view of Paris.
If your teenager is interested they can join an actual graffiti workshop by Graffiti Paris. They will get to meet actual street art artists, design graffiti art, learn some cool techniques and realise a large mural in a grundgy urban environment.
#13 – GREAT STEPS OF PARIS
Enjoy the Eiffel Tower by admiring the steel structure from within. Climb 704 steps to get you up to the 2nd floor of the tower which is 115m off the ground. From then on, get to the top via the lifts. If the climb is too strenuous, consider taking it slowly on the way down. That way you’ll get to see the tower and Paris from a completely different perspective.
Another great climb is to the top of the Arc de Triomphe which stands at the centre of Place de l’Étoile of which it’s the best vantage point to admire the 12 grand avenues, including the Champs Élysées.
#14 – MUSEUMS OF A DIFFERENT KIND
Can’t convince your teen to trek down the Lourve or Musee D’Orsay? Thankfully you are in Paris, home to art forms of all kinds and here are some avant garde museums that may appeal to their cultural sides:
- Musée de la Magie (Museum of Magic) on Rue Saint Paul in the 4th arrondissement. With its warped ceilings and chequered floors, it showcases the history of magic and old paraphernalia used by illusionists.
- Musée de la Chasse et la Nature (The Museum of Hunting and Nature) boasts a huge collection of elks, lions and cheetahs as well as an array of disturbing hunting equipment.
- Musée des Arts Forains (Carnival Arts Museum). Started by Jean-Paul Favand this museum holds all things associated with funfairs and is located in the 12th arrondissement.
- The Edith Piaf Museum. An intimate collection of Edith Piaf memorabilia, commemorating her life and her music.
- Musée de Montmartre. Enjoy this small little museum that tells the history of Montmarte which also includes a gorgeous garden which was once painted by Renoir.
- Musée des Égouts de Paris (Paris Sewer Museum). Surely this is one of the weirdest museums in the world! The tour takes you to the deep underground paths of Paris and looking at a sewerage system that started back in the 12th century.
- Musée des Vampires (Vampire Museum). With the recent explosion of Young Adult vampire inspired novels, TV shows and movies, surely a creepy collection of all things spooky might appeal.
- Musee Grevin. One of the oldest wax museum showcasing over 450 characters. Also includes a Hall of Mirrors and a theatre for magic shows.
- Musee de la mode (Museum of Fashion). For the fashion minded who are interested in historical collections of clothing worn by different eras. All collections are temporary exhibits so one can never tire of visiting this museum
- La cité des sciences et de l’industrie (Science Museum). The largest Science Museum in Europe is an unforgettable experience with loads of interactive activities.
#15 – BEACH IN PARIS? YUP!
If you’re in Paris from mid-July to mid-August, you’re in for a sandy treat right in the heart of the city. Paris Plage (Paris Beach) can be found on the banks of the Seine River, which are usually reserved for cars, are transformed into a great summer event filled with sandy beaches and rows of deck chairs. This is perhaps one of the most fun things to do in Paris with your teenager.
There are some great things to do such as sand castle competitions, playing on a pentaque field, bogeying on the dancefloor and sporting activities such as beach volley and rugby. An event on the Seine wouldn’t be the same without some water activities such as row boats, pedal boats and zip lining and roller tubes for kids.
Paris is a dynamic city and one that should be visited on numerous occasions throughout the course of your life as it can offer you different experiences and satiate your changing travel desires. Paris for teenagers is fantastic if you’re looking for something to occupy them, especially if they have varying interests. It’s a wonderful place for them to embark on some of these activities on their own or to be enjoyed as a family.
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This is a great article for anyone planning a trip to Paris with teenagers. It offers a variety of unique and exciting activities to keep everyone entertained. I particularly love the idea of a treasure hunt at the Louvre and the Chic Shopping Tours, as they offer a great way to experience Paris in a different way. The tips provided are also useful, such as skipping the lines at popular tourist destinations by joining a tour. Overall, this is a must-read for anyone planning a trip to Paris with teenagers.
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HI! I want to do the girls day out tour ( tip #1) with my daughter. Can you help me with a company name or direct link?
Hi Sue! So sorry but it would seem they no longer offer that tour! Such a bummer as it was fabulous. Alternatively, try this one if shopping is on the cards for you. Also a small intimate group and tailored for teenagers: http://chicshoppingparis.com/the-tours/tres-teen-tour/
What’s a well-priced bike tour that goes to places other than big attractions like the Arc and Eiffel Tower?
By well-priced, I mean not too expensive.
Hi Soleil! I have not been on these tours myself and I’m not sure of your budget but try:
– Best of Paris Tour with Blue Fox Travel Tours
– The Parisian Day Bike Tour with Bike About Tours
– Paris Highlights Tour with Holland Bikes.
If you go on any of these, I’d love to hear your feedback so if others are looking for the same thing I can recommend the bext company.
I definitely want to go to Paris. what a wonderful write up. These luxuries are meant to be done in a lifetime. You should visit Dubai once and I can’t wait to read about your experience. Here in Dubai, you could find all luxurious things which can never be in any of the places. the houses are fascinating here. And the Places are safe for all.
Fabulous list, i guess this is not just for a teenager but also for a mom of a toddler like me lol. We are planning to visit Paris next year and i am definitely save this post for my future use.
Wonderful! Yes, definitely plenty to do there as a mom with a toddler. I did some of these things with my daughter when she was young too. And I will take her back again as she’ll see things from a different perspective.
That’s a great list of things to do in Paris for teenagers. The catacombs would be really interesting. It will spark the historians in your teens. Plus the museums and different city tours would led them enhance their knowledge of the world. I really used to think that Paris is for Honeymooners, but you showed that there are so many other things in Paris that a family with teenagers can enjoy.
Paris is a great city for all ages and I also think its a city to visit often over the years of your life. I have been a few times and each time its been different as my interest changes and when I travel with a child. And that is why I will continue going until I am old and grey:)
Wow a great list from one of my
Most favourite cities in the world. Must say that though you have specified these for teenagers but I think would be enjoyed by all ages. I love the catacombs and have visited it. The Louvre is absolutely mesmerising and you can spend hours here. There is so much to see and do in Paris that you need a few days here
The catacombs are gob smacking! I was both repulsed and captivated at the same time. Can’t believe that it still exists today and kept in such pristine condition.
This is a fun and good list, not only for teenagers, I must say. 🙂 I’m not sure how you came up with this list but it is brilliant. This is really helpful for families with teens or kids! It would certainly get their interest.
Thanks Jen! The list was collated both by my own experience of places to visit and things to do and some recommendations from family and friends with teens who have done some of the things on the list:)
I haven’t seen many articles about traveling with teenagers and I think you really nailed it with this article. As someone that visited Paris many times (including my teenage years), I have to say you made a great list of the city’s highlights that teenagers would love. Awesome post and keep up the great work
Thank you! Glad you agree with some of the things to do considering you have been there on so many occasions!
It’s a first time I see some post of things to for teenagers. I think it’s a really great idea and possible gap to fill. I loved your ideas, especially the beach and the Vampire Museum, would the top things for me.
Loved that the Vampire museum was on top of your list! Travelling with teens is a very different experience so finding interesting things that might appeal to them was important!
Wish I had this when I first took my son there when he was 14! He probably would have had a better time. Luckily, he ended up going there later for art school. Paris is a great city for teens but too often parents do the same tourist things that appeal to adults and check the boxes of what everyone else does. This is a great addition. Pinned it too!
Oh thanks Marcia! Yeah travelling with teens is a whole different ball game isn’t it. No longer are they so willing to just follow along and feel that they are having a great time. Love that went back for art school. I am sure he saw Paris in a very different light when he did. I took my daughter when she was 8 years old and she loved it…. seeing Paris through the eyes of wonder is so different.
Excellent guide to Paris. I guess it can be for teenagers and adults alike. I think you suggested too many museums and I wonder if the teenagers have the patience to see all of them. I love Paris museums, but the young people these days prefer spending time outside rather than inside. I had no idea that in summer the banks of Seine become Paris Beach. That’s a great idea, since it gets so hot there in July and August.
I totally agree about the museums. That was just a quick list of the ones which may interest them. Guess we can’t assume all teenagers don’t like them, particularly if we have art majors or historians in the mix. Yeah I do like being outdoors so I reckon the roller blading around the city would be awesome fun!
/thanks for bringing back my happy memories of Paris. I stayed at Montmartre for 3 nights, and now I feel sad about not knowing about the Museum of Montmartre. Would have definitely visited if I had known. I was quite amazed by the number of people touring the city on segway! Looked really interesting. Louvre is, of course, the greatest museum I have ever been to. All your teenager tips are pretty awesome
Thanks Sinjana! In all the museums I have been to around the world, I am in total agreeance with you that the Lourve is by far the greatest museum I have ever been to. Time for you to go back to Paris!
I never would have thought of roller blading in Paris! My kids would love that. I think they would also like the cooking class. That is something we could all do together as a family.
Oh the roller blading is FUN and such a great way to see Paris. And I think going as a group, you’d feel ok to let your teenager go on their own and let them have some “me” time. My daughter loves to cook and she’s a bit of a foodie so cooking classes are right up our alley. Making macaroons together is like bliss!
Thank you for this info – great resources for teens in Paris. We tired to go to The Musée Dupuytren today (10.11.2018) and was told that it does not exist anymore. They have a medical history museum there first, but it was closed on Thursdays so not sure if it would be interesting for teens.
Oh no it has? Thank you for letting me know. Will have to take it off the list. I’ll do some research on the medical history museum.
Hope you’re having a great time in Paris with your teenager!
Fabulous places, I will be traveling to Paris in the future.
Great ideas but all cost money.
Are there no activities in Paris with teenagers that are not organised?
Those catacombs look so crazy and creepy at the same time. I’ve always wondered what there actually was to do in Paris to keep a teenager’s attention. I can’t wait to go and try some of these out
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Paris is so high up on my bucket list with amazing architectural designs and lovely cuisines. I’m sure that every teenager would love to have a photo taken in front of the iconic Eiffel Tower and Louvre Museum, so it shouldn’t be that difficult to get them to feel involved during a vacation, right? Not sure, as I’m 21 myself (and I still consider myself a teen – young at heart, I guess!)
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Fabulous list! I’m taking my 14 year old daughter there this summer. I have been reading articles for weeks but your is the best! Now how do I fit all this fun stuff in such a short time. Any recommendations for budgets stays that are close to all the fun?
Awwww thank you Maggie! That’s the problem isn’t it…. simply not enough time to do it all. I don’t have any recommendations for budget stays but I always Air BnB and I usually stay in Montparnasse as I find it’s the most central to everything I like doing. Problem is Paris is so spread out there is no real ‘central’ location. But Montparnasse has access to at least 2 or 3 metro lines so it’s easier to navigate. Have a great time!!
I like to use VRBO, (Vacation Rental By Owner) or their other site, “Home Away” (which may just show the same listings or may have others.) These rentals usually are apartments, perhaps only a small studio, but they usually have a KITCHEN -very convenient even if you only warm up some pastries for breakfast. AirBnB is also a good choice. Check the total price before reserving, as there is usually a hefty fee in addition to the listed price. Choose a central neighborhood (“arrondissement”) and do a search for lodgings by neighborhood. You can do a search for neighborhood information. You might search “best Paris neighborhoods”, for instance. The lower “arrondissement” numbers are more central. Flip down through the ads to see what the lower-priced choices are. The photos can be deceptive, trying to show the apartment as larger than it is. You don’t need anything large, just enough seating at the table and in the main area, a place to cook, and the right beds. You can get all over the city by subway (“Metro”). If you are not used to a big-city subway this is rather frightening at first. You can probably get a Paris Metro map on line and can practice finding the routes you need to take to get from one place to another. There’s sometimes a lot of walking through the underground tunnels, especially if you need more than one line. Good luck!
You know what Beverley, I have never tried VRBO! Thanks for the recommendation. I really should try it out one day. Yes I think for families, a kitchen is so important. Just so you can prepare meals at leisure without the stress of having to eat out all the time. Laundry facilities sure help too.
I love the Parisian metro. I find I so convenient and pretty easy to navigate. And funny about a lot of walking underground… that happened to me a couple of times when I wasn’t paying attention! Thank you so much for such a detailed tips!
I have had only great experiences with VRBO. I have rented apartments in Paris (3 times and have two more booked for this year and next) and Germany (just once). For us, the rental cost and the ability to cook/eat at the apartment saves us so much money. We have had lovely interactions with the other tenants in the buildings. You quickly feel like you are a part of the neighborhood. All of our rentals have had a washing machine – a big convenience if you are staying for a week or more (just remember there typically no clothes dryers, but usually lots of drying racks!) I highly recommend using VRBO, or similar service.
What a fabulous site!!!!! Any great places to stay in Paris with two teenage girls?
Thank you Cyndi! How lovely of you to say so. We tend to Air BnB when we are in Paris as we enjoy the space, having a kitchen and also ability to do laundry. We also try and find a place that is close to the metros. We like staying in Montparnasse and the last place we stayed had access to 3 metro lines.
Another resource I have been using for Paris and can be used anywhere is atlasobscura.com it gives little gems and you can track where you’ve been and where u want to go. Did you know that the oldest basketball court in the world is in paris’ YMCA? Neither did I!
No I didn’t! Very cool:)
Thank you, I will travelling to Paris in the near future.
How exciting! Will this be your first time? What have you planned to do? By far, one of my favourite cities in the world.
As a high school graduation gift to my niece next summer, I am taking her to Paris. I think I am more excited than she is! She is a budding artist. The museums will be a hit, but does anyone know of art lessons or workshops, or interactive tours she could do? I want build in enough downtime for her to sketch and paint at the parks, etc. Any recommendations or ideas for activities for teen artists to do are greatly appreciated!
Amy you are the best Aunt in the world! What an amazing experience she will have:) I don’t know of any art classes but if you find one, so check back in and let us know.
Do a search for “Paris art class’ and you will see many choices. Some were for long courses, some listed shorter classes. You could also add “teen” to the search.
Jesus!!! Thank you very much for this!! I’m currently working with a 11 years old boy and my mission is to make himit iimprove his englishproblem while knowing Paris and it’s myhappening first time as a babysitter, I had forgotto how difficult we all werethe as teenagers and even when he’s very sweet and easy he’s not very into sports, building wood stuff or that kind of thingsthings, nogood board games because he doesn’t like to lose and I was picturing myself suffering the next sessions witg him, but nowI I know where to take him!!
We’re taking a 13 year old boy the first of June. He has limited time (tis a side trip from visiting grandparents on the Channel coast of England plus several relatives he’s not had the chance to meet). The two places he really wants to go are the towers of Notre Dame and the top of the Eiffel Tower. He keeps speaking of a bunker at the base of the tower and the “secret room” at the top. I remember telling him I knew the base was used during WWII but I was pretty sure their wasn’t a secret room (been there twice). He was right. He’d seen a video on youtube about the opening of Gustav Eiffel’s private residence at the top. I’ve booked a tour that includes the bunker and equipment room. Love your idea of the scavenger hunt at the Louvre! Hubby must visit it every time we go (I’m a Monet/D’Orsay kinda girl). Been trying to find a way to keep him from being overwhelmed when we go (besides limiting out time in the museum).
Thank you for the great info!
Hey Trudy! I had no idea about the bunker and secret room. That’s fantastic that your son is so enthusiastic:)
I’m a D’Orsay girl too and I got overwhelmed when I went! Lol. But to in your element in a museum is like such bliss! Hahaha!
Have a wonderful time with your son in Paris. No doubt it’ll be a memorable trip. No catacombes?
Hi Trudy: Could you possibly refer your provider for the private tour? I will be visiting with my daughter in May.
If anyone has a great experience with a private tour or cooking class, would love to hear!
Great list. I did a similar post a couple weeks back. Seems there are endless things to in Paris – I never never get tired of going there
Just read your list Julie! Fabulous:) Saint Chapelle never ceases to amaze me and like you, I never, never tire of this magnificent city.
Thanks for including us in your list. Always a pleasure to welcome foodies big and small at Cook’n With Class.
Another great tour group is Sightseeker’s Delight. Fun and informative!
You are most welcome Eric! I love the classes that you have on offer. So quintessentially French and not something we would be able to experience anywhere else! Thank you for the recommendation about Sightseeker’s Delight. Will definitely check it out.
Those tips are awesome – thank you for sharing! Im not a teenager anymore but I think I will still use them when I visit Paris 🙂
Thanks Katie! Teenagers nowadays are so grown up so all of these can be enjoyed as an adult too. Well, more importantly they’re tips that their parents could enjoy with them. Its all about creating memories Katie!
Great share! I remember visiting Paris with my family as a teenager and at the time I was studying French as a language at school. One of my favourite things was simply just going to a bakery and ordering in French because that’s how we learnt at school. The small things hey!
Love it Kate! What a wonderful experience that must have been for you. Actually, I love nothing more than to head down to the local boulangerie on a cold winter’s morning to grab a croissant and a coffee. Its always the small things that shape our experiences. Thanks for sharing!