Cirque d'Hiver 2.5 rating

  Landmarks

Mainly used as a concert hall and venue for fashion shows today, the Cirque d'Hiver was originally built in 1852 - as the name would suggest - as a winter venue for circuses.

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About Cirque d'Hiver

 110 Rue Amelot, Paris, France

 Nearest Transit: Filles du Calvaire (Line No. 8)

 +33 1 47 00 28

 http://www.cirquedhiver.com

Cirque d'Hiver and Nearby Attractions on Map

Nearby Attractions km / mile
Atelier Brancusi

Atelier Brancusi(1.2 km)
Atelier Brancusi is a recreation of sculptor Constantin Brancusi’s studio, displaying his works in the same layout in which he had bequeathed his 15th arrondissement apartment at 11 impasse Ronsin to the French government.

Parc des Buttes Chaumont

Parc des Buttes Chaumont(1.9 km)

St. Etienne du Mont

St. Etienne du Mont(2.3 km)

Eglise Saint Nicolas du Chardonnet

Eglise Saint Nicolas du Chardonnet(2 km)
A controversial church serving as de facto headquarters of the arch-traditionalist Society of Saint Pius X, who occupied the church in 1977 and have ignored subsequent eviction orders.

Eglise Saint-Etienne-du-Mont

Eglise Saint-Etienne-du-Mont(2.3 km)
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Place des Vosges

Place des Vosges(0.8 km)

Sainte-Chapelle

Sainte-Chapelle(1.8 km)
Built in 1242-'48 by King Louis IX to house his collection of the relics of Christ, the Sainte-Chapelle is the crowning glory of the Palais de la Cité on the Île de la Cité.

Musee Curie

Musee Curie(2.7 km)
This charming scientific museum preserves the offices and laboratories of Pierre and Marie Curie, pioneers in the discovery of radioactivity, their instruments, equipment and furniture arranged as it was during their critically important research.

Cirque d'Hiver Tickets and Tours in Paris

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