The 3rd arrondissement of Paris is a trendy enclave of cafés, restaurants and trendy boutiques. The oldest buildings date from the 18th century. This rather residential borough is located for a large part in Le Marais. Some streets such as rue de Bretagne, rue de Montmorency, rue Charlot and rue de Braque are very popular. The House of Pernelle and Nicolas Flamel, built in 1407, attracts every day its curious. Art lovers can be found in modern galleries and at the Picasso Museum, a majestic 17th century mansion house. The Carnavalet Museum, the Museum of Hunting and Nature, the Museum of Art and History of Judaism are among the many famous museums of the 3rd district. Fans of scientific history stay bewildered by a visit to the Museum of Arts and Crafts. As for the animated market of Enfants Rouges -the oldest indoor market in Paris-, it is open every day from 8:30 to 20:30 for a discovery of beautiful seasonal fruits and vegetables and international dishes!