Your event in the footsteps of Gustave Eiffel

Get inspired by the film Eiffel for your next event in Paris.

The movie Eiffel event by Marin Bourboulon, in theaters October 2021, follows the love story between the engineer Gustave Eiffel, played by Romain Duris, and a woman named Adrienne Bourgès, played by Emma Mackey. After completing his collaboration on the Statue of Liberty, the architect's reputation is well established. Urged by the French government to create a spectacular monument at the 1889 World Fair, the love affair gave rise to the idea of creating the Eiffel Tower.

Paris has a number of landmarks that Gustave Eiffel, an engineer with a passion for metal structures, helped construct. To mark the release of the film, discover our selection of these places that can be privatized for your events.

Eiffel Tower

The most obvious construction but still magical, the symbol of a city and an entire country erected for the World Fair of 1889 reaches 324m high. A must-see for tourists, the Eiffel Tower is also known for its beacon and nightly sparkle.

And for your events?

For your professional event, choose the emblem of France and get elevated! Go to the second floor of the tower to reach the magnificent Salon Gustave Eiffel, a reception space that can be entirely privatized in a setting like no other. The reception room, with a slanted glass roof and a ceiling height of 6.20 meters, includes a 211 m² lounge and a 27 m² reception area with checkroom. Suitable for all types of events, the modular venue can accommodate a cocktail party for up to 300 guests, a conference for 200 people, or a sit-down meal for 130 guests.

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The Shack

The Shack, a new multi-faceted living space, is located in the former premises of the printer Calmann-Lévy. Eiffel was responsible for the metal structure of the building in 1872. It is adjacent to the Crédit Lyonnais headquarters, whose glass roof is also the work of Eiffel.

And for your events?

This urban oasis combines social club, workspace, restaurant, and wellness. For your events, the impressive first floor can be privatized and is ideal for cocktail parties of up to 100 people, while the various meeting rooms can accommodate from 2 to 50 people for seminars or study days. Two private television studios are also available for your virtual events. Whether you want to organize a conference, brainstorm, or enjoy a teambuilding activity, the Shack offers an atmosphere conducive to creativity and exchange.

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Musée des Arts et Métiers

In 1881, at Bartholdi's request, Gustave Eiffel took over from Viollet-le-Duc to design the iron framework of the Statue of Liberty. The museum preserves the models and the adjoining church a bronze model of the statue.

And for your events?

The Musée des Arts et Métiers, in the center of Paris, welcomes your professional events in the heart of a unique scientific and technical heritage. Whether you are planning a meeting, a symposium, a conference or a reception, the museum's spaces are suitable for all types of events, up to 400 people for a cocktail. A private tour of the collections or temporary exhibitions can be combined with your event.

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Paradis Latin

The oldest cabaret in Paris, this mythical place created under Napoleon was destroyed during the Franco-Prussian war in 1870 and left untouched for 17 years. When the World Fair of 1889 took place, celebrating the centenary of the Revolution, Gustave Eiffel rebuilt the theater which became the Paradis Latin. A new modern revue, created by Kamel Ouali, honours Gustave Eiffel and Napoleon.

And for your events?

From 20 to 500 people, the event spaces of the Paradis Latin such as the mezzanine and its unobstructed view of the stage or the Bar des Anges and its superb decor, are suitable for all corporate events. The entire venue can also be privatized for up to 640 seated people.

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Palais Galliera – Musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris

This "Beaux-Arts" style palace, built in 1894, has a metal frame designed by the Eiffel company, as do the staircase railings, the bay windows, and the gates of the square.

And for your events?

Housed in a magnificent Renaissance-inspired palace a stone's throw from the Champs-Elysées, the Palais Galliera - Musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris hosts your prestigious events in its private rooms and galleries. Its courtyard and peristyle open onto the garden make it the ideal place to organize your summertime event.

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