Situated at the foot of Montmartre, this iron-and-glass Baltard-style structure was a 19th-century marketplace before it was converted into a cultural center in 1986. The hall is now home to the Musée d'Art Naïf - Max Fourny (Museum of Naïve Art – Max Fourny), which showcases more than 600 works of naïve art dating from the 1970’s. Additionally, the hall contains rotating exhibitions that emphasize unconventional art brut (raw art) by contemporary international artists like Jeff Soto, Elzo Durt, and Anne van der Linden. The center also includes an art-focused library, an auditorium, and a café serving organic coffee and snacks.
After exploring the Halle St.-Pierre, walk through the adjacent Square Louise Michel and climb the stairs to the hilltop Sacré Coeur Basilica, which provides a 360-degree view of the city.
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- Accessible by Public Transportation