Halle St-Pierre

Halle St-Pierre, Paris: Address, Phone Number, Halle St-Pierre Reviews: 4.5/5

Halle St-Pierre
4.5
Tours and Tickets
The area
Address
Neighbourhood: 18th Arr. - Buttes-Montmartre
How to get there
  • Anvers • 3 min walk
  • Barbès – Rochechouart • 5 min walk

4.5
74 reviews
Excellent
42
Very good
23
Average
8
Poor
0
Terrible
1

Thomas V
Oakland, California10,565 contributions
Big Market in Montmartre
Oct. 2019
This is a big market with a lot of art set up in a space that used to be a food market. All in a very cool part of Montmartre.
Written 19 October 2019
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Kevin A
Mexico City, Mexico210 contributions
Wow!
May 2019 • Solo
A very interesting look at outsider art at the foot of Montmartre/Butte (in the vicinity of Sacré-Cour), the collection is small but the pieces are great. A perfect rainy-day activity.
Written 2 May 2019
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LostALot22
Chicago, IL10,230 contributions
Interesting place
Apr. 2019 • Business
I will admit that I am not a big art person. And I didn't get a lot of the stuff here. By it was still fairly interesting.
Written 10 April 2019
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SuzyMH
44 contributions
A perfect gem - thought-provoking art
Jan. 2019 • Couples
Loved our visit here (though sadly the cafe was shut!). An amazing exhibition of Japanese Art Brut which was really engrossing. In awe of the origami animals exquisitely constructed from leaves.
Written 14 January 2019
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JAYDenver
Denver561 contributions
Love The Architecture
Sep. 2018 • Business
La Halle Saint-Pierre is located southeast of Sacre Couer and really is worthy of taking a picture of the architecture. My small group stopped by to take some photographs of the exterior. While I have photographed it many times...I have yet to visit the inside and really need to make the effort on one of my trips to Paris.

So if Montmartre is one of your stops I would recommend viewing La Halle Saint-Pierre.
Written 16 November 2018
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Ann M
23 contributions
Outsider Art in the Heart of Montmartre
Oct. 2018 • Couples
This place is not known by a lot of Parisians. Yet, if you like folk art & outsider art, this is the place to go. There is no permanent collection but the temporary exhibitions are always a must see. With 2 levels, it's just the perfect size: not too much, not too little to see. The museum is located 3 minutes away from Montmartre and also hosts a fabulous bookshop and nice coffee shop with delicious cakes. So you can pick & chose! Go to the café only if Folk Art is not your cup of tea - a much better place than the tourist traps nearby-!
Written 1 October 2018
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Timothy N
33 contributions
A cathedral to naive-outsider art! Go!
Feb. 2018 • Couples
Many people are either not familiar with or have no idea about naive-outsider art and artists. Halle St Pierre is a both a great place to start learning about it all and to revisit to continue one's exploration of the genre.

Located near the bottom of the stairs to le Sacre Coeur, which makes for a great and contrasting visit to two excellent sites / sights, and there are some great restaurants nearby.

The building itself is interesting to visit but relies on utilitarianism, which helps highlight the art. The art is inspirational because it is all done by untrained, hence naive, artists. They tend to remain mostly unknown, especially in the major art world, hence outsider. But don't be fooled as this art is visually inviting, challenging, humorous, and stimulating. If i am honest naive-outsider art turns my motor as much if not more than the famous folks in famous museums.

I encourage everyone to visit this museums, leaving preconceptions at the door, and jump into this world of outsider artists who create the most interesting naive art. Go!
Written 23 September 2018
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Adam H
London, UK58 contributions
Jeunet et Caro exhibition at Halle St-Pierre
May 2018 • Couples
I love going to Halle St-Pierre it's a brilliant non fussy exhibition space and often quiet so you really get to see the exhibition. I highly recommend a visit here it's just at the bottom of the Sacre Couer. The Jeunet et Caro exhibition was so varied and had so many props from the films it was a real adventure visiting this exhibition. You should always make Halle St-Pierre a part of your Paris trip, you never know what you will come across and I always walk away really glad that I visited.
Written 19 June 2018
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CarolHull_UK
Hull, UK120 contributions
Loved the Jeunet et Caro exhibition
May 2018 • Couples
For anyone who has seen the films, this is a must do. From Sigourney Weaver's body cast in 'Alien Resurrection' to all the memorabila from Amelia this is fantastic. Also, unlike the Musee D'orsay et al - we had the place to ourselves. Great.
Written 4 June 2018
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astheduckflies
Island of Anglesey, UK73 contributions
A perfect art attraction for teens and lovers of street and outsider art
Aug. 2017 • Family
Many of you who visit with families and want to get your teens or children interested in art know how reluctant or disinterested they can be.
This attraction , ten minutes walk from the carousel area of Sacred Coeur, along with the Dali Museum and Musee de Arte Moderne , are the type of places that you won't need to drag them around but will get to enjoy them being inspired by art on your Paris trip.
A huge and interesting collection of both famous and lesser known contemporary, street and outsider artists work from all over the world and on the walk down from Sacre Coeur their interest will already be roused by streets filled with the graffiti art of many of the best known street artists of France and the world at large.
Interesting, bizarre, surreal and quiet and non touristy even in the summer.
Take a trip to Halle At Pierre if you want to get a real taste of enjoying art in Paris ( plus there are some interesting places to shop near by too when you have finished your cultural fun).
Written 13 February 2018
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