If you want to experience modern and contemporary art, as well as traditional art, then make sure you visit the Centre Pompidou. The Centre Pompidou has the ultimate in modern art collections, and is also known as Beaubourg. The building was built back in 1977, and obviously isn’t one of the oldest buildings in the area. It was built upon request of the then-President Pompidou.
The building has six floors of avant-garde contemporary art and has everything you need to keep modern art fans happy. You’ll be amazed at the huge collection. The building is right in the centre of Paris, and it celebrates all areas of art. It has a cinema, music rooms, literature rooms, theatre and promotes visual arts. It’s a fantastically artistic place that celebrates the achievements of French artists and foreign artists alike.
The museum is open between 11am and 9pm, meaning that you and the family can visit at pretty much any time of the day. You can be sure it will be an interesting experience.