Coronavirus: Paris Centre Pompidou shuts down

Published by Cécile D. · Photos by Elodie D. · Published on 28 October 2020 at 20h58 · Updated on 31 October 2020 at 17h46
Here we go again: Centre Pompidou must shut down again because of coronavirus and the new lockdown announced by the French President. The museum closes from October 30, 2020 until futher notice.

Like in March, the Centre Pompidou must close to the public because of the national re-containment announced by Emmanuel Macron on October 28, 2020 during his televised address. The president has decdided to close all non-necessary places starting Friday October 30, 2020 and until December 1 at the earliest.

A hard blow for museums as they have already suffered from the lack of visitors. Even though the cultural life in Paris was growing stronger these past few months, this new lockdown sounds the death knell to the art activity. Ongoing and upcoming exhibitions are sustained until futher notice.

You will have to wait for a few weeks before you can head back and admire the Matisse and Global(e) Resistance exhibitions.

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Place Georges-Pompidou
75004 Paris 4

Métro ligne 11 station "Rambuteau"

Tarif réduit: 11 €
Plein tarif: 14 €

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Ouvert tous les jours de 11h à 21h sauf le mardi.

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