What to do around the venues?For sightseeing in the neighborhood, there is:
Sightseeing Map: https://goo.gl/maps/QceXbM2rrG32
Hang out in le Marais, one of the best Parisian pedestrian district of Paris, full of small shops, places to eat and drink. You can also get a hair cut in Le Marais from the hispser spot Bonhomme with 10% discount from #EthCC sponsor Stake Capital. More info can be found here
The CNAM Museum is dedicated to innovation and technology and located on the very site of the venue. The collections include multiple engines, the first planes, cars, and it notably has a section dedicated to the Statue of Liberty with a man-sized version of the statue and explanation on how it was built and brought to NYC.
- La Gaïté Lyrique is a Former Operetta theater then transformed into a leisure park and a center for digital culture (in front of the CNAM)
Centre Pompidou National modern art museum: great exhibitions with a great view. Must-see. If for some reason you don't want to see the exhibition, but you want to enjoy the view, when standing facing the museum, you will see an elevator door on the left, you just need to say you are going to have a drink to the Georges -restaurant at the rooftop- and you will be able to enjoy the view with a drink-
Le Perchoir Marais Rooftop bar with an unique view of Paris by night, the entrance on 37, rue de la Verrerie, where you will be invited to take the elevator all the way up of the BHV shopping mall.
Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature : Hunting museum with an impressive weapons & stuffed animal collections.
59 Rivoli : A whole building of alternative art workshops and art exhibitions where you can generally find the artists working, if you are ever passing buy by Rivoli street... (one of the mains for shopping) no entrance ticket.