Lasco Project

Lasco Project's guided tour

Deep within the Palais de Tokyo you will find one of the most surprising urban art routes you will ever see!
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Since 2012, street artists have been taking over secondary space at the Palais de Tokyo to make it a real fully-fledged work of art. Lek & Sowat have found here the sort of precarious wasteland that they love: large spaces and reinforced concrete perfect for graffiti, stencils or pictures. A high number of other urban artists then came to decorate the basement of this hotspot of contemporary art. The result? A 3km course which is sure to delight fans of urban culture.

As if you were a speleologist exploring an ornate prehistoric cave, enter the corridors usually reserved for technical purposes, and be guided by a mediator who will show you the wonderful works of street art. Urban explorers can discover the meticulous chalk drawings by Philippe Baudelocque capable of transporting you to another world, as well as pieces by Bom.K, Vihls, Jay One and Futura 2000. If you wish to prolong this experience so you can visit every nook and cranny of the Palais de Tokyo, plan your visit on a Sunday!

Free entry on presentation of an exhibition ticket.

Are you fan of street culture? Read our 9 unmissable street art spots in western Paris Region and the best street art in Paris Region !

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Access and contact

13 avenue du Président Wilson
75016 Paris 16ème

Days and opening hours

Every day throughout the year between 12 pm and 12 am. Closed on Tuesday.


  • Free


Spoken languages

  • English
  • French

Guided tour languages

  • English
  • French

Single services tour

  • Guided individual tours available permanently
  • Guided inividual tours obligatory
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