As France keeps on exiting containment, cultural places are getting ready to resume; This is the case for the Paris Catacombs, a true maze in the heart of underground Paris, a unique site of former career galleries. Open to the public since 1809, the world’s biggest ossuary houses the remains of million of Parisians as Paris cemeteries closed.
As lockdown is being lifted, the Paris Catacombs aim at reopening from June 16th, 2020. Before closing, this iconic place in Paris, very coveted by tourists, fit the ongoing measures by limiting gatherings and entries that have been limited ot 80 people. For its reopening, the place will have to adapt to the health instructions.
June 16, 2020 will be confirmed depending on the evolution of the situation. We expect to know more about conditions to visit the catacombs, such as wearing a mask, using hand sanitizer, social distancing and even access regulations. In the meantime, we encourage you to learn more about the catacombs and discover our report about the tour in this uncommon place!
The Paris Catacombs, visit Paris underground quarries
Have you ever ventured to the Paris Catacombs? No, we neither, before a rather pleasant guided tour! This place known by everyone is, let’s just say it, quite freaky, we all picture skulls, looking at us, aligned and making us fear for our lives. After a visit, we can tell you that the Paris Catacombs are not this scary, and we even rediscovered a forgotten part of Paris History, fascinating!
Did you know? 3 uncommon stories about the Paris Catacombs
The Paris Catacombs are one of the most mysterious places in town. But what to you really know about these former Parisian quarries? Here are three uncommon stories about the Paris Catacombs!
Dates and Opening Time
Starts 16 June 2020
1, place Denfert-Rochereau
75014 Paris 14