The Palais de Tokyo now occupies the whole of the west wing of the complex designed in 1937 for the Exposition internationale des arts et techniques de la vie moderne, on what was then called the Quai de Tokyo.
Forming a link between the Eiffel Tower and the Champs-Élysées, its four levels on the side of the hill offer a surface area of 22,000 sq. m., with huge partitioned and unpartitioned spaces, most of them with overhead lighting provided by daylight and the lights of Paris by night.
Accessible on foot, by car, subway and boat, it is an establishment that attracts visitors classified under category 1 and type L over the majority of its area.
The Palais de Tokyo makes its premises available to enable people to organize their events at the heart of a unique cultural destination.
Your events can be devised to harmonize with the programs of the moment, and can be the object of collaboration with the team welcoming the public to the Palais de Tokyo (mediators) to create unforgettable memories.
This allows you to make a maximum impact when holding a major event, but also to devise small-format events over a period of time if you wish to do so, making the Palais de Tokyo your meeting place in Paris for your marketing targets, an exceptional place where they feel privileged.