Parc André Citroën

2 rue Cauchy - 75015 Paris Porte de Versailles - Commerce
Sports men and women in the Parc André-Citroën
The Parc André Citroën is located on the site of the former Parisian Citroën factory. Opened in 1992, with a surface area of 14 hectares, it is one of the newest parks in the capital. This futuristic site, designed by renowned landscapers and architects (Alain Provost, Gilles Clément, Patrick Berger, Jean-Paul Viguier and François Jodry), offers a beautiful view of the Seine and is the only green space in Paris that opens directly onto the river. The park is divided into three themed areas: the Jardin Blanc, the Jardin Noir and the big central park area. Visitors can discover numerous exotic trees and rare plants, two impressive hothouses and many other surprises. The various facilities at the park are great for relaxation or a source of entertainment. Children can take advantage of the ball-games area, ping-pong tables, spring-based toys and toboggans, not to mention the tethered air balloon offering a 150m high ride for children and adults (subject to weather conditions).

Opening hours and prices


The Ballon de Paris is free for all children under 3 years of age and for Parisians under 12.


Access to the park is free.


Guided tours are organized by the Direction des Espaces Verts et de l’Environnement (Management of green spaces and the environment). For more information visit


Access to the park is free.
Hot-air balloon ride: Adults: €15; Children (3-11yrs) €8.


From 8am or 9am to 7pm, 7.30pm, 8.30pm or 9.30pm depending on the season.
The Ballon de Paris (hot-air balloon) is open every day from 9am until 30 minutes before the park closes. It can be closed without notice, usually due to bad weather conditions. Call +33 (0) 1 44 26 20 00 or see the website,

  • Ascension Day
  • 15 August
  • 25 December
  • 1 January
  • 14 July
  • 1 May
  • 8 May
  • 11 November





Offer adapted to disabled people

Access via rue Leblanc; 226 rue Saint-Charles; 56 rue balard. Accessible toilet at 226 rue Saint-Charles and at each end of the walkway that runs alongside the small greenhouses. The park is entirely accessible to those with reduced mobility, but some areas remain difficult to access.

Paris for people with disabilities


2 rue Cauchy
75015 Paris
Parking lot
Citroen-Cevennes, 15 Rue Leblanc - 75015 Paris
Public transportation
4288169Hopital Europeen Georges Pompidou

Useful information

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