You might have seen the beautiful photographs illustrating our Zara Kids AW14 blogpost last Monday but Emily took more photo’s of this fun Les enfants a Paris playdate! 

Of all the things to do in Paris, going to the Louvre is on the top of nearly everyone’s must-do list. This world famous museum might not immediately spring to mind as the ideal venue for families with young children but don’t dismiss it yet. While toddlers might not be interested in seeing Da Vinci’s famous Mona Lisa or Hieronymus Bosch’s The Ship of Fools, there are some child-friendly offerings and admission to the museum is free of charge for anyone under 18, EU nationals under 26, free, and free to all visitors first Sun of the month. There are thematic trails available for children; children’s workshops for ages 4-12; children’s entertainment in the Louvre auditorium for age 7 and over as well as dance performances and storytelling. And even if your child isn’t interested in the indoor workshops or performances, there are plenty of statues and green spaces to explore outside the museum.

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In ‘Hotspots’ on Les enfants a Paris you’ll find best things to do with children in Paris. From child-friendly restaurants, weird and wonderful museums, safe and fun places to play outside and all sorts of activities whatever the weather.

Les enfants a Paris

Léa, Lena, Léana, Stella, Chiara, Lou-Anne & Indya-Rose


Thomas & Thibault

Les enfants a Paris


Elsa & Chiara

Playdate Part 2

Playdates are fun


Photographs taken in Paris by the talented children’s fashion photographer Emily Kornya.

Originally from Toronto Canada, Emily just began a new journey, one that took her to live in Paris, France for a year. Still only 21  and completing an undergraduate degree in English Literature, Russian Literature, and South Slavic Studies, Emily has huge talents, and not only in the photographic field.