Marche des Enfants Rouges Tours

Built by King Louis XIII in 1615, Le Marche des Enfants Rouges (the ‘Market of the Red Children') is Paris’ oldest covered food market, taking its name from a 16th-century orphanage nearby, where the kids were dressed in red. Today, the historic market remains among the top attractions of the Marais district and it’s a lively introduction to Parisian life, with stalls heaped with seasonal produce and a steady stream of locals passing through its doors.

As well as picking up fresh flowers, fruit, vegetables, meat and seafood, the market is a top spot to sample regional produce like cheese, saucisson, foie gras and wine. There are also several street food stalls and food counters to eat lunch, serving a range of different cuisine, from Moroccan couscous to Japanese sushi or fresh oysters. 

Practical Info

The Marche des Enfants Rouges is located in Paris’ Marais district and is open Tue-Fri: 8.30am-1pm & 4-7.30pm, Sat: 4-8pm and Sun: 8:30am-2pm.
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Address: Marais District, Paris, France
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