This park is named after George Brassens, a French singer and songwriter (1921-1981) who lived in the neighborhood, at n°42, Villa Santos-Dumont.
This 21-acre garden opened in 1975 where old slaughterhouses used to be.
Certain architectural elements hints at what it used to be: two bull sculptures by Auguste Caïn (1821-1894) which come from the Jardins du Trocadéro decorate the entrance of the park.
Mon-fri: 8am-5.45pm (until 9.30pm in summer),
Sat-sun: 9am-5.45pm (until 9.30pm in summer).
How to get there: 2 place Jacques Marette 75015 Paris ;
Métro lines 12 Station "Convention";
Bus lines: 89, 95.