The Jardin des Tuileries is one of Paris’s most visited gardens thanks to its central location between the Louvre and Place de la Concorde.
It is one of those parks where you can grab a chair for free and sit wherever you like and watch your children play. It also features several fountains, two large basins, numerous sculptures, a caroussel, a playground … And in my opinion there is one good open air restaurant in The Jardin des Tuileries: Saut du Loup. Yes, even with children.
There are in addition to Saut du Loup, a few kiosks (Paul) and Cafes. Besides the Louvre Museum, Les Tuileries Gardens features two smaller museums: the Orangerie, famous for its Monet’s water lilies and Jeu de Paume.
This park is perfect for a Les enfants a Paris playdate.
If you are heading to des Tuileries, don’t forget to visit ‘the Grande Roue’, French for ‘big wheel,’ right in the busy central square, Place de la Concorde , the biggest square in all of Paris. From the wheel you have a beautiful view over Paris and at night you get to see the very nicely lighted Christmas market on the Champs-Elysées. A magical place to take the kids and enjoy a different perspective on the City of Light.
Axel is welcoming everyone with some beautiful violin melodies. (dressed in Zara)
(Background) Seems like Manon and Alexander are happy to see eacht other again!
There are numerous interesting sculptures to see in the gardens and the children enjoyed climbing all over them.
A play date with a view – Beautiful Chiara in Lili Gaufrette.
Such a great place to play hide and seek! Stella Dress/Shoes/Sweater Zara.
Lena jacket by Eliane et Lena
Leo (bottom left) sweater by Feiyue, trousers by Zara, shoes by Pom D’Api. Lou (middle) shirt by Parrot, trousers by Miss Blumarine
Lou-Anne (background) Jacket by Cyrillus vest and skirt by Zara shoes by H&M
Mia (left) jacket by Comptoir des Cotonniers, shorts by Zara, shoes by Bopy – Amy (right) bonnet and jacket by H&M, cardigan by Morley via Broer & Zus, dress by Simple Kids, socks by Condor and shoes by MAA
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.