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Journees du Patrimoine

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We'll be in Paris next month and are curious about the Journees du Patrimoine. I've checked the website, and it basically says you can just show up but gives no details that I can find about procedure.

I assume lines vary in length according to the venue. Naturally, we're interested in the Elysees Palace but are wondering whether we'd have an easier time at Matignon, the residence of the PM in the rue de Varenne. Anyone have a guesstimate of what the wait times are likely to be based on past experience?

Thanks.

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