André Citroën Park

Local nameParc André Citroën
Location15th arrondissement of Paris, France

Parc André Citroën is a 14 hectares public park located on the left bank of the river Seine in the 15th arrondissement of Paris.

Built on the site of a former Citroën automobile manufacturing plant, the park is named after company founder André Citroën. When it opened in 1992 it was the largest park to open in Paris in more than a century.

Tags Strolling AreaParkGardenFree
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Opening hours

Season dependent:
Daily: 8 / 9 am - 7 / 7:30 / 8 / 8:30 / 9:30 pm

Closed on Jan 1, Easter, Easter Monday, Ascension Day, May 8, Whitsuntide, Whit Monday, July 14, Aug 15, Nov 1 and 11, Dec 25.


Free admission.

More information and contact


Official Website

Address 2 Rue Cauchy, 75015 Paris, France

Coordinates 48°50'28.104" N 2°16'29.742" E

Tours and activities: André Citroën Park

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