You still haven’t had the chance to discover the magnificent Leonardo Da Vinci exhibition at the Louvre? Are you regretting you haven’t booked tickets earlier? Smile, you’re lucky since the Parisian cultural venue offers you to discover the exhibition from February 21 to 24, 2020 with three exclusive and free late-night openings. All in all, 30,000 tickets will be bookable for three nights untouched by time and surrounded by the artist’s masterpieces.
A first in the Louvre history that will open 24 hours a day for three days. Three late-night openings you should book for and for the different time slots available, between 9 p.m. and 8:30 a.m. if you want to enjoy it free of charge. Time slots open on February 11.
As for the exhibition, it will take you to the heart of the artist’s life with many masterpieces coming straight from many foreign collections (even though a part of it comes from the Louvre). Yet note that – initially displayed at the opening of the exhibit – the Vitruvian Man is already back in Italy, but you can enjoy a version of the famous Salvator Mundi (the Ganay version painted – according to experts and art historians – by a student of Da Vinci, Marco d’Oggiono).
Three late-night openings that are also the occasion to thank visitors for their loyalty and offering those who haven’t had the chance yet to discover the artist’s many works of art to come and see them, but also to those who loved the display so much that they can come back. Let’s book a ticket for the Louvre, friends, shall we?
From 21 February 2020 to 24 February 2020
Musée du Louvre
Pyramide - Cour Napoléon
75001 Paris 1
Métro Palais Royal - Musée du Louvre
Nocturne gratuite de 21h à 8h30. Ouverture des réservations sur ces créneaux le 11 février.