Established in 1984, Parc Georges Brassens is alive with color and the whispers of running water. Formerly the site of slaughterhouses, the park has been reinvented with lush gardens, playgrounds, and a bandstand. One section was even designed for the blind and comes complete with braille signs. Architectural elements, sculpture, incredible plantings, and even a weekly book market add to the appeal of the delightful park.
Metro: Convention