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Le Pavillon de l'Arsenal

Created in 1988 the Pavillon de l'Arsenal is the centre for information, documentation and exhibition for urban planning and architecture of Paris. It is a unique place, where information concerning urban development and architectural realisations in Paris is available to everyone.

Museum address: 21 Boulevard Morland, 75004, Paris France
Area:
Arrondissement: 4th
Opening times: Tuesday through Saturday from 10.30am to 6.30pm and Sundays from 11am to 7pm.
Transport: M° (Métro) - Sully-Morland (M7); Bus: 87, 86, 67
Web: www.pavillon-arsenal.com
Entry Cost: Free of charge

As urban issues are in the heart of current debates, it is essential to present these questions in an attractive and pedagogic way, to allow citizens to be in the middle of the process of architectural and urban creations.

The main activities of the Pavillon de l'Arsenal are to exhibit Parisian architecture and urban-planning; to give visitors the most accurate documentation possible; to publish reference books on topics affecting this is an image of the Le Pavillon de l'Arsenal the day-to-day life of Parisians and to provide a forum for the individuals and authorities involved in shaping the city.

The Pavillon de l'Arsenal aims to allow a large public to understand the evolution of Paris and its projects. In order to preserve the balance of the Parisian cityscape, today's planners must use an urbanism centred on proximity issues involving dialogue and concerted actions.