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SOLD OUT! UNESCO, Members-Only, Private Guided Tour (in English) - Thursday, December 7th, 2023, 11:00 am

  • 07 Dec 2023
  • 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
  • UNESCO, 7 Place de Fontenoy, 75007 Paris
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  • One couple member. Please add other spouse as a guest (at member rate).

is pleased to offer you an

exclusive members only

private guided tour (in English) of the


UNESCO Headquarters

Join us for the chance to explore the UNESCO headquarters from behind closed doors as we delve into the significant role played by the USA in the establishment and advancement of this esteemed United Nations organization.

Be there as our tour guides Elizabeth Khawajkie and Sigrid Niedermeyerwho together bring more than 50 years of experience working for the UNESCO, guide us through this impressive house of peace.

Embark on a journey with us as we explore Isamu Noguchi's Japanese Garden and the Square of Tolerance with its Olive Peace Tree, symbolizing the dawn of the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. Then, let yourself be captivated by UNESCO's impressive collection boasting over 600 works of art by such renowned artists as Picasso, Miro, Alexander Calder, Henry Moore, Giacometti, to name a few. 

Square of Tolerance, Tribute to Yitzhak Rabin, 1993-1998

© Dani Karavan

Register now for this unique opportunity to visit an edifice of such monumental cultural significance as the UNESCO headquarters in Paris, a masterpiece of modern architecture, seamlessly blending glass and concrete, the result of collaboration among several iconic architects of the 20th century.

Thursday, December 7th, 2023

Meet at 10:45 am, tour begins at 11:00 am sharp and ends around 12:15 pm


7 Place de Fontenoy

Paris 75007

This members-only event is free of charge and limited to 20 places,

waitlist available (through November 27th)

Due to UNESCO security measures ahead of our visit,

registration deadline is Monday, November 27th, 2023, date after which no additional persons can be added.

Register Now!

Optional Lunch:

Following the tour, we invite you to join us for an optional lunch at nearby

Le Vauban, a classic Parisian restaurant on Place Vauban

offering splendid views of Les Invalides. Stay tuned for details.

About our tour guides:

Elizabeth Khawajkie, was the International Coordinator of the UNESCO Associated Schools Project (ASPnet), the world’s largest network of schools and one of UNESCO’s most fruitful and sustained initiatives. Starting off with 33 schools in 15 member states in 1953, the network, today in its 60th year of existence, comprises more than 9700 educational institutions. Along with its member institutions and in line with the United Nations Millennium Development Goals, it is a leading partner in the promotion of quality education worldwide. 

Sigrid Niedermayer started off as a German Associate expert in Elizabeth's team and was then hired by UNESCO to develop and expand ASPnet when Elizabeth went into retirement. Tri-lingual in German, English and French, Sigrid has been a guide to numerous important visitors from a myriad of UNESCO's member countries. 



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