50 Rue Remilly, 78000 Versailles, France

The first ever American Basketball Camp in Paris. During the summer holidays, boys and girls aged 9-17 can learn basketball fundamentals and techniques with the pros, in English and French.

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15 Avenue Montaigne, 75008 Paris, France
+33 (0)6 58 54 13 48+33 (0)6 58 54 13 48

Metro: Alma Marceau (line 9), Franklin D. Roosevelt (lines 1 & 9)

American Childrens Theatre is a theater company for children ages 3-16 with classes during the school year, camps (stages) during school holidays, and occasional specialized workshops. With a little acting, a little singing, a little dancing, a little silliness, your child will have a LOT of fun! They only use material that has positive values and messages. A highlight of the Fall and Spring sessions is performing in a professional theater here in Paris! The children get to experience the thrill of a real stage performance with lights, sound, effects, and a full audience. ACT can also bring their program into schools, birthday parties, and other events!

41 Rue Pasteur, 92210 Saint-Cloud, France

The American School of Paris (ASP), was the first international school established in Europe in 1946. Their mission is to provide an American education centering on the individual, in an international setting underlined by a philosophy of respect and responsibility.

ASP offers the International Baccalaureate program and a range Advanced Placement (AP) courses. In addition, it has a rich technology, arts and sports program.

Through their popular Extension Program, open to non-ASP students as well, they offer language courses on Wednesdays and Saturdays and an art workshop in English on Tuesdays and Fridays; in addition, they have intensive week-long language classes during the major school holidays.


26 Avenue du Général Sarrail, 75016 Paris, France

Metro: Exelmans (line 9)

Based in the 16th arrondissement of Paris, Club Atheon offers adults and children a wide variety of sports and fitness courses throughout the year, including martial arts, pilates, yoga, zumba and more.

During school holidays, they hold one-week multi-sports, dance and English class workshops (only during school holidays) for kids aged 7-15 at Stade Jean Bouin in the 16th arrondisement.

As mentioned in our ultimate guide to kid’s activities

The first Venturing Crew in France offers teenagers from age 14 and up an invitation to adventure, leadership, personal growth and service. A program of the Boy Scouts of America, Venturing places strong emphasis on its policy of co-ed “youth-led’ programs with adult-guidance, providing both young men and young women an opportunity to test their limits, meet new friends, develop new skills, make a difference and have a lot of fun working together in a close-knit team.

Crew 2014 is an English-speaking group, though many of its members are fully bilingual and come from many cultures and countries, including the US, France, Russia, India and Ireland. Last year’s activities included hiking, camping, go-karting and an action course called Koezio. Monthly meetings were accompanied by spaghetti dinners and a time to relax together during the intensive school week.

Rue des Jonnières, 91570 Bièvres, France

A super friendly, exclusive, private tennis and multi-sports club for kids, with courses on Wednesdays and weekends through the year, and holiday sports camps for children from 3 to 16 years old. As long as they have places you can sign up your kids for any of their regular classes on a weekly or à la carte basis.

Even if you’re just visiting Paris, you can drop off your kids here for a session or two so they can play with kids their own age. There’s a convenient door-to-door minibus service shuttling kids from Paris to their “Energy Country” club location which boasts 2 hectares of green space in Les Jonnieres, Bièvres.  They can even organize an Olympic sports-themed birthday party for you!

Their recently-opened “City Energy Academy” which offers golf, gym, soccer and tennis courses for kids from 2 to 12 years on Saturdays in gyms in the 8th and 17th arrondissements of Paris. And, they speak English! 

66 bis Avenue de Villiers, 75017 Paris, France

Metro: Wagram (line 3)

The Salésienne is a French cultural and sports association for children and adults in Paris. They offer a wide range of activities for adults and children throughout the year, including performing arts (dance, singing, theater) and sports (basketball, football, pilates, tennis, yoga and more).

For kids, they also run popular camps during the school holidays.  Activities are in French. Consult their website for details and enrollment.

35 Rue Saint-Roch, 75001 Paris, France

Metro: Pyramides, Opéra, Tuileries

Singaporean actress and mother Charlotte Chiew founded Little Tykes Theatre in 2007 as an answer to a need for quality and fun workshops and parent-child classes for the under 3-year-olds in Paris. She and her team lead holiday camps (for 2 to 8-year olds) and weekly workshops (for little ones 3 months to 3 years) which use games to present simplified forms of professional mime and actor training to children.

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22 Allée Claude Monet, 92300 Levallois-Perret, France

Metro: Pont de Levallois Bécon (line 3)

Did you know you can learn to fish in Paris? Here’s a unique place where kids and adults can learn more about their local aquatic and natural environment, located on the outskirts of Paris, on the Ile de la Jatte in the Seine. Built and maintained by the City of Levallois, the Maison de la Pêche et de la Nature is a buzzing centre of nature-based activity. They have a museum/aquarium where you can learn about the fish and biodiversity of the Seine, with a small pool where kids can pet and feed carp and sturgeon fish. There’s also a nursery where you can observe dragonflies, plankton and freshwater shrimp and a 360 degree Aquarama of the Seine which houses 18 aquariums. Their Nature and Biodiversity Centre regularly hosts individuals and school groups who come to learn all about the local flora and fauna, the birds and animals of the Seine region. And, there’s even a Fishing School for kids and adults from 7 and up.

They have a year-round schedule of weekly fishing courses, nature discovery workshops (ateliers) and holiday camps (stages). You can also organize fishing or nature-themed children’s birthday parties here for kids 4 and up!

121 Rue Lt Colonel de Montbrison, 92500 Rueil Malmaison, France

Très haute de gamme. A 10-minute drive from the Arc de Triomphe, it’s an ideal place for all the family – 55 hectares of open green space, with a golf course, tennis courts, gym, swimming pools and kids’ club. The membership price is steep and requires other member sponsors.

INSPIRELLE tip: even non-member children can sign up for sports classes during the school year, and their holiday day camps (half and full day options available) offer a choice of tennis, golf, soccer, dance, English, and circus workshops during the major school breaks. If you live in the city there’s a shuttle bus pick up from Porte Maillot in the morning, but you have to pick up your child at the end of their stage.

159 rue de la Republique 92800 Puteaux, France

Footballers of all ages head here to play soccer year round. Adults can book the pitches at multiple locations around Paris online.

Kids 5 to 14 years will love the caché of training at this soccer school,  which is affiliated with the professional team Paris Saint-Germain (PSG). Courses are offered throughout the year on both indoor and outdoor pitches, plus they have intensive workshops (stages) during school holidays for kids up to 17 years. Bonus: all registered kids get a nice PSG-branded football outfit and bag.

It’s also a popular birthday party venue (for 10 to 15 kids). Book at least one or two months in advance.

Multiple locations: 10 centers around Paris/Ile de France and 4 in other provinces.

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