Voilà, Paper City Paris! I’ve been working on this for a very long time now and had so much fun creating it. My kids have been watching me draw and sketch for two months, and they’re now huge fans of the city. They kept asking me, “When are the buildings going to stand up, Daddy?” And now every time they see a radio tower while driving in the car, they yell, “I see the Eiffel Tower!” (I think they’ll be quite impressed when they see the real thing in person someday.)

We’ve been having a great time creating Paris adventure stories together and acting them out. Driving the Citroën car through the Arc de Triomphe, buying candy at the Confiserie, and standing at the top of the Eiffel Tower.

If you’re in the mood to explore Paris, all of the templates are below. I’ve also included a very brief description of the buildings, which is both fun and educational. And feel free to upload photos of your Paris city on the Made by Joel Facebook Page. Amusez-vous bien!

Update: You can also download the new miniature Travel Size Paper City Paris!

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Click on the templates below, then print.

For more Paper City Printout Toys, click here!

258 Responses
  1. Lindsey L.

    This is so lovely! I can’t wait to cut these out and set them up with my niece. Just wanted to say thank you for taking the time!

  2. luchi

    Beautifull, formidable, increíble! This week of winter holidays, ( in Argentina) we` ll be busy playing with the kids!thank youuuuu!

  3. Beth

    I was searching for something to do with my students this week as we studied France. I found this site and managed to print the Paris City on card stock paper just before the class began. The kids LOVED IT!!! Thanks so very much for sharing your wonderful gift with us!!!

  4. LiloMA

    WOW – I just discovered your site via Mr. Printables – I’m so impressed and appreciative! What gorgeous printables! Thank you!

  5. Christine Black

    These are amazing! Thank you so much for sharing your gift! I am 1/2 French; my mother is French. I have visited Paris several times. Our school is using the Olympics as our March is Reading Month theme. Each class is doing a different country. Our class is doing France! The kids will love these!