PASSAGE DU GRAND CERF
PHOTOS MAPS STREET VIEW

Visitors to Passage du Grand Cerf can stroll past workshops, jewelers, boutiques, and Indian and African designs, in an atmosphere of classicism. The 384 ft. long passage was erected in 1825 with a filigree cast-iron structure, and, at 39 ft. high, is the tallest passage in Paris. The name of the architect is unknown. After years of closure due to disrepair, it reopened in the ’90s and has retained its luster ever since.

DISTRICT
01. Arr. - Étienne Marcel
ADDRESS
OPENING TIMES
Daily 8 am to 8 pm
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
Métro Étienne Marcel

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