Sewers of Paris

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(+33) 1 53 68 27 81


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Visite-des-egouts(at)paris.fr

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Near the Pont de l'Alma, opposite the 93, Orsay embankment, a museum is devoted to the sewers of Paris and its workers.

King Philippe Auguste (end of XIIth century-early XIIIth century) was the first to set up an evacuation network (the recently paved streets had a channel at the middle), but it's not until 1850 that Paris got a full water distribution network and sewage system.

Visits last 1 hour. Filming and taking pictures are allowed.

More info
  • Opening hours - Saturday to wednesday : 11am-4pm (October 1st to April 30) or 5pm (May 1st to September 30)
  • Prices - Full price : 4.30 euros - Reduced price : 3.50 euros
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