The passage Jouffroy is located in the 9th district of the capital, between the boulevard Montmartre and the rue de la Grange-Batelière.
140m long and 4m wide, it was built from 1836 to 1845 and is an extension of the Passage des Panoramas, on the other side of the Boulevard Montmartre.
He is witness to the progress and daring of the architecture of the time, covered with a metal canopy, decorated with wooden decorations and the marble flagstone floor housing the heating system.
Listed in the supplementary inventory of historic monuments in 1974, renovated in 1987, the passage Jouffroy, which owes its name to the former owner of the land which formed a society of management of the site, is notably famous for sheltering the museum and the theater Grevin inaugurated in 1882, a hotel, a tea room and many bookstores.
Open every day from 7 am to 9.30 pm, it is a charming promenade and its picturesque appearance is complemented by interesting lighting on the 19th century urban and commercial architecture.
Information on +33 1 49 52 42 63.