Ivisit to Vincennes

Follow in the footsteps of the history and heritage of Vincennes in an original way ! Children and adults alike will learn while having fun ! Observe, discover, learn …

Architectural tour Vincennes
Tresure hunt Vincennes

Information

Languages : French and English

Organisation of your visit

  • Download the audioguide on one more media device depending on the type of device used and according to the number of concerned visitors.
  • Print out the map and all helpful documents.
  • Remember to charge the battery of your media device.
  • Don’t forget your headphones or make sure that you have a loudspeaker if you’ve organized a tour of several visitors with a single device.
  • Also don’t forget to take pictures and share them with us on instagram with #MONVALDEMARNE

Security rules

  • While making your tour, remember that you are in an urban environment.
  • Mind the traffic and take only safe and designated passageways and crosswalks.
  • Do not obstruct regular pedestrian and vehicular circulation.
  • Enter only buildings open to the public.

Transports

Coming by public transport

  • RER A, station Vincennes
  • Métro ligne 1, station Château de Vincennes (also stations : Bérault, Saint-Mandé)
  • Bus 46, 56, 112, 114, 115, 118, 124, 210, 215, 318 et 325
  • Noctambus 11 and 33

Where to park in Vincennes

  • Coeur de Ville, avenue de Vorges : 138 places, open 24H/24.
  • Hôtel de ville, Place du Général Leclerc : 94 places, open 24H/24.
  • Parking du marché, 89 rue de Fontenay : 249 places (7 for people with reduced mobility and 5 for motorbikes).
  • Centre Georges Pompidou, 168 rue de Fontenay : 180 places, open 24H/24.
  • Mowat, 16 rue du Commandant Mowat : 360 places, open 24H/24.
  • Château-Marigny, Cours Marigny : 631 places.

Partners

logo conseil regional ile de france
logo conseil architecture urbanisme environnement
logo ville vincennes

To complete your visit, do not hesitate to consult our page devoted to the city, its history and its news.