Le Centre Pompidou houses the Musee National d'Art Moderne, which is the largest museum for modern art in Europe. The design and architecture of the building is just an appetizer for what you'll be seeing inside - works and spaces that are modern, minimal, and technological. Looking at the structure from the piazza, you'll notice that there's actually meaning behind the colored pipes and exposed shafts - blue is for air conditioning, yellow is for electricity, green is for water, and red is for transporting people. Pretty neat, huh?
The Centre has a number of worthy permanent exhibitions and recent temporary exhibitions include ones dedicated to Roy Lichtenstein, photographer Claude Simon, and Pierre Huyghe. We suggest Trabblrs set out at least a couple hours to explore the Centre's exhibitions and the 6th floor, where you can get a great view of Paris. You can also eat at Georges but c'est très cher.
Meeting point: By the dedicated audio guide stand near the Pompidou Centre bookshop in the Forum. The closest Metro stop is Rambuteau on the M11 Line.
Leaders, the Pompidou is open every day except Tuesday. Opening hours are from 11am to 10pm though tickets stop being sold at 8pm. The Centre runs a lot of tours and events so please click here in case you want to organize your event around one.