Practical content

What are the opening times?
Every day from 10.00 a.m. to 7.00 p.m., except Sunday 11 December: 10.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.
Late night opening for the general public on Friday 9 December until 10.00 p.m.

Do I have to buy an admission ticket for my child?
Entry is free for children under 16.


How do I get to the Show?
Find the practical information about your travels (subway, bus, taxi or bike).


Are animals allowed in?
Pets are welcome as long as they do not soil the carpets or disturb the comfort of our visitors.


Is there a late night opening?
There is a late night opening on Friday 9 December until 10.00 p.m.


Is there a car park near the Show?
There are two car parks available: Porte R car park, Rue d’Oradour sur Glane, access under the "périphérique" (ring road) . Open air car park outside the Palais des Sports, at the main entrance to Hall 1. If these car parks are full, you can also park in car park F, on the terrace of pavilion 7: access via Rue Marcel Yol.


Is the Show reduced mobility-friendly?
The exhibition area of Paris-Expo Porte de Versailles has facilities for people with reduced mobility. Electric wheelchairs* are available to visitors with reduced mobility throughout the visit, and all car parks have dedicated reduced mobility parking spots.
*Within the limits of availability; identity papers must be deposited as a guarantee.


Is there a left luggage office or a cloakroom?
A cloakroom is available at the entrance to Hall 1 (€2 per item).


Can you eat at the Show?
There are several catering areas in Hall 1, including:

    • The Méli-Mélo cafeteria,
    • Paul, at the entrance to pavilion 1,
    • Mémé du Quercy: specialities of south-west France,
    • An oyster bar
    • Jambon à la broche
    • Le Bistrot des Marins

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