Situated in the jardin des Tuileries, beside place de la Concorde, it shows very interesting exhibitions (photography mostly).
Jeu de Paume is a small museum at the end of the Tuileries that somehow seems to escape the hordes of tourists. Their exhibitions are usually incisive and focused, showing works from the 20th and 21st century. Check the exhibition calendar to see if it piques your interest.
Galerienationale Du Jeude Paume National Tennis Court Modern Art Museum is located in the northwest corner of Dudley Garden. It was built in 1861 during Napoleon III. It was originally an indoor tennis court. From 1940 to 1944, the Nazis stored Jewish art looted in France. Opening hours: Tuesday 11:00-21:00; Wednesday to Sunday 11:00-19:00. Adult tickets are 10 Euros, with a discount of 7.5 Euros. Take Metro Lines M1, M8, M12 and get off Concorde Station.
This gallery was built during Napoleon III and has a long history. It contains a large collection of cultural wealth that was plundered by Jews.
I like tennis very much, but I haven't been accompanied by anybody.
Many tourists come here to take pictures, and the gallery is mainly showing photographs of interested friends can come to see!
Sports and art are not separated, but more integrated here.
I like photography especially older photography / images and the efforts people made to capture history.We visited when the Dorothea Lange exhibition was on display and I particularly liked the Great Depression photos while my wife thought the internment of Japanese-Americans during WWII were the more interesting work.Like most galleries view the website and take a view on whether its for you or not.