You cannot miss one of the most extravagant areas of Paris. Grand Palais, Petit Palais, and Palais de la Decouverte are 3 different attractions but they are in the exact same space. Don’t be overwhelmed at seeing 3 great monuments in one place. The Grand Palais was constructed in 1900, and it sees more than 1.5 million visitors daily. The Grand Palais is a very happening place with over 40 events happening every year. The palace is undergoing a huge restoration project and slowly the different areas are being renovated so they can be open to the public. The palace also served as a military hospital in the World War. The Petit Palais is smaller as the name suggests, and serves as an art museum. Once you are done with the Grand Palais you need to step by the Petit Palais. The museum focuses on the history of the French art. The exhibits here are exquisite, they have different collections of renaissance art, and a collection of medieval art as well. The Palais de la Decouverte is a science museum in the same place. After you are done with the beautiful art at the Petit Palais, step over here to see the marvels and history of science.