At the moment, Paris is celebrating reunions with museums: a very heavy calendar announced a progressive reopening between May and July. As of June 16th, 2020, this is a very special day, since some major cultural places in Paris are reopening. After three months on lockdown, this wave of reopening goes with the return of beautiful exhibitions, and most of them are being extended.
So, what are the museums and foundations we can visit again from June 16th?
Paris Petit Palais to reopen on June 16, 2020
In Paris, museums are getting ready to reopen and the Petit Palais, set in the 8th arrondissement, is expected to be able to welcome visitors again from June 16, 2020.
Balzac’s House to reopen by mid-June 2020
In Paris, Balzac's House is expected to be able to reopen on June 16, 2020. Recently renovated, it takes you into the private life of the famous French writer.
Paris Musée Cernuschi to reopen by mid-June
Devoted to Asian arts, Paris Musée Cernuschi is said to welcome visitors again from June 16, 2020. The occasion to rediscover this cultural place recently renovated.
Reopening of Paris Musée de la Vie Romantique
Paris Musée de la vie romantique is expected to reopen from June 16, 2020. This is the occasion to rediscover this charming place nestled in Paris 9th arrondissement.
The Paris Catacombs to reopen by mid-June
Former undergound quarries laying under the capital, the Paris Catacombs are said to reopen by June 16th, 2020 with safety measures adapted to the health recommendations.
Musée Bourdelle to reopen
The Musée Bourdelle enabling us to discover the famous French sculptor’s works and studio is said to welcome visitors again from June 16, 2020.
Paris Musée de la Libération to reopen in June 2020
Contemporary history enthusiasts will soon be able to go to the new Musée de la Libération de Paris – Musée du Général Leclerc – Musée Jean Moulin, starting June 16, 2020. Inaugurated in August 2019, it gathers works and other historic documents coming from the Musée du Général Leclerc, originally set above the Gare Montparnasse, as well as from Antoinette Sasse and the Fondation du Maréchal Leclerc de Hautecloque.