New in Paris: Yves Saint-Laurent Museum Opening Soon

It was the great designer’s wish to be remembered as “an artist that created a body of work”. To the delight of fashionistas everywhere, the artist’s wish will be fulfilled with the opening of...

10 Reasons to Visit Boulonnais

With beaches stretching as far as the eye can see and oodles of historic landmarks, the jewel of the Opal Coast makes a picturesque getaway HOLY CRYPT Rising imperiously over Boulogne-sur-Mer, the Basilique Notre-Dame was built...

French Riviera: 8 Secret Spots Off the Beaten Path

By foot, boat or car there are many secret spots to discover on the Côte d’Azur. Swerve the crowds for a deeper appreciation of this glorious coastal region, says Justin Postlethwaite A Skipper's Eye View The...

Autumn in Paris: American Friends of Musée d’Orsay

Each year American Friends of Musée d’Orsay offers a rich program of activities and visits for its members. This yearlong calendar of exclusive activities is capped off by a weekend program and Gala evening...

Kisses from Nice, Moscow and Tokyo: William Klein Exhibit at the Musée de la...

The Musée de la Photographie Charles Négre, newly located just off the Cours Saleya market in Nice’s Old Town, is currently hosting an exhibit of work by 89-year-old, and still very much active, American-French...

The French Heritage Society: 35 Years of Restoring Art and Architecture

Since 1982, the French Heritage Society (FHS) has been preserving, restoring and promoting French heritage in America and France. And FHS is unique in the realm of non-profit organizations that support French heritage; its...

Top Things to See and Do in the Limousin

Discover France’s rural heart through its traditions, festivals, museums and cultural events. Related articles: Discover the Limousin, France’s Rural Heart 12 Unmissable Sites: Great Places to Visit in the Limousin Where to Stay and Eat...

Francophile Favourites: An Interview with Writer Marilyn Brouwer

Last week, when I was in Paris, I spoke to Philippe Lobjois for the first time in 48 years. He was one of the two brothers I looked after as an au pair almost...

Hockney Makes a Splash in Paris

After more than 50 years, David Hockney not only shows little inclination to slow down, but he continues to push the limits of artistic creation. In his own words, “What else can you do?...

Art and Culture: 5 Great Shows to See Now in the Paris Region

125 of National Geographic National Geographic is blowing 125 candles this year with a milestone exhibition at the Jardin de Plantes in Paris. When in 1888, a small group of adventurers, scientists and explorers set out...