Kid-Friendly Paris: Le Jardin du Luxembourg

by Paige Bradley Frost
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Paige Bradley Frost

After nearly a decade in Paris, Paige Bradley Frost swapped the Banks of the Seine for the beaches of San Diego, California where she serves as Executive Director of the nonprofit organization, Women's Empowerment International. Still, her heart remains with the French capital where she hopes to one day return. View Paige Bradley Frost's Website

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8 comments on “Kid-Friendly Paris: Le Jardin du Luxembourg

wonderful photo and very nice. lovely girl

You are right, we love the poussin vert playground as well.
Do you know that many other parks in Paris are grass allowed now ? It is becoming much easier to come to Paris with kids nowdays. Museums have plenty workshops for them and even restaurants at getting used to kids …
Hourrah !

Kathleen Conklin


I just came across this. I am glad that you liked my photos taken in the Luxembourg Gardens. I love wandering around there. The kids were so cute!

I am subscribing to your blog. Paris is one of my favorite places.


This is adorable. I always finding myself asking Louis what his parents took him to do as a toddler in Paris. Such cute replies, and Luxembourg is definitely one of the places!

Hi Kristina – Yes, people are often nervous about bringing little ones to Paris but there’s plenty of fun here for all! I’ve found many restaurants to be kid-friendly, too. Just go early to beat the rush of Parisians and most will be surprisingly welcoming.

My Traveling Troop

I love your suggestions on kid-friendly activities in Paris. I dream of returning to the City of Light – that is, with both my hubby and kid in tow. But, I had no idea what attractions to take my toddler too. Thanks for sharing!


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