The Palais d’Iéna is a building in the 16th arrondissement in Paris (France) built by the architect Auguste Perret in 1937. Having hosted the National Museum of Public Works from 1939 to 1955, it has been the headquarters of the Economic, Social and Environmental Council since 1960 and of the International Chamber of Commerce.

With the Palais de Tokyo and the Palais de Chaillot, it is one of the 3 permanent buildings resulting from the 1937 Universal Exhibition.

The palace is located on avenue d’Iéna and 9 place d’Iéna, at the exit of the Iéna metro station (line 9).

Address: 9 Pl. d’Iéna, 75016 Paris, France.

Hours:

Friday 8 AM–8 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed
Monday 8 AM–8 PM
Tuesday 8 AM–8 PM
Wednesday 8 AM–8 PM
Thursday 8 AM–8 PM

Phone: +33 1 44 43 60 00

See more:

20 arrondissements of Paris

Architecture of Paris

Museums of Paris

Entertainment in Paris

Bridges in Paris

Parks in Paris

Streets and squares in Paris

Shopping in Paris

Transport in Paris

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