This 61-acre park is one of the largest and rockiest gardens of Paris, after the Tuileries and the parc de la Villette.
It was modeled after the typical English-Chinese garden and its irregularities which contrast with typical French gardens.
You can’t miss the gorgeous 30-meters high waterfall and the Temple de la Sybille, a miniature version of the Temple of Vesta in Tivoli, Italy. It was designed by architect Davioud in 1869.
May 1st to Sep 20th: 7am-10pm ;
Sep 30th-Apr 30th: 7am-8pm.
How to get there: 1 Rue Botzaris 75019 Paris ;
Métro line 7bis Station "Buttes-Chaumont" or
Métro line 5 Station "Laumière" ;
Bus lines: 26, 48, 60, 75.