Paris Monuments reopening dates
Paris monuments are finally reopening! After a long fight against COVID-19, Paris is almost back to normality. Masks and social distancing are still necessary to prevent any risk of spreading the coronavirus epidemic. But, museums and monuments are gradually reopening by now and during July there will be even more places to explore.
Even if many events have been postponed or canceled due to the COVID-19 situation in Paris and in France, Paris is slowly coming back to life by reopening its attractions and parks. Here are the most important reopening dates to note down!
Reopenings in June
- From June 15 it is possible visiting the Conciergerie again! It is one of the most historic buildings in Paris. Marie-Antoinette was imprisoned here!
- Visiting the Arc de Triomphe it’s possible again from June 15! One of the symbols of Paris came back to life after the closing due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
- The Panthéon is another of the monuments that reopened in mid-June. This is one of the must-sees in Paris since it is a monument dedicated to the Great Men of the French Republic.
- Paris Catacombs are one of the most peculiar ways to know ancient French culture. They are finally open again!
- Museums: On June 15 the Musée des Arts Décoratifs reopened partially. The fully reopening will happen gradually. Other great museums reopened too. The Paris Petit Palais, the Musée Bourdelle, the Musée Carnuschi, and Balzac’s House.
July reopenings in Paris
- On July 1, 2020, there will be many reopenings in Paris. One of them is the Grand Palais. In July, you will be able to visit the Pompèi exhibition.
- The Louvre museum will reopen on July 6. On this day, there are many other museums that will reopen too – the Rodin Museum, the Musée des Arts Asiatiques Guimet.