Avenue du Ranelagh - Avenue Ingres - avenue Prudhon - Avenue Raphaël - 75016 Paris
Trocadéro - Passy
The Jardin de Ranleagh has a suface area of 60,500 m` and was created in 1860 by Baron Haussman. This was an inspiring place for more than just Haussman. Before the park was created, a Frenchman who admired Lord Ranelaghs success decided to create an exceptional dancehall under his name. But the plans fell through and so Baron Haussman became owner of the site and created the magnificent park. Decorated by statues and all types of beautiful trees, the garden is welcoming for both children and adults. The carousel is the oldest of Paris. Three playgrounds (toboggan, sandbox, climbing net ...) and puppet theater on weekends.
The garden is open 24/7.
Offer adapted to disabled people
Accessible disabled toilets. Access from the children's play area around 100 metres from the Marmottan Museum.