What exhibitions can we visit in Paris in April 2020? Take your laptop, tablet our phone, you're about to virtually visit exhibitions and museums to enjoy any time you want and as many times you want during confinement!
Coronavirus: Pompéi, the exhibition at the Grand Palais from your home
Because of the coronavirus epidemic, no Pompéi exhibition so far at the Grand Palais, but it didn’t prevent the cultural venue from offering a digital version of this great retrospective. To discover from March 25th, 2020 as of noon.
Discover the Louvre even if confined
The Louvre, as other museums, is closed until further notice. Despite the lockdown, you can still enjoy the treasures it contains thanks to different solutions available on its website. Let’s enjoy a free tour!
Coronavirus: enjoy a virtual tour of Paris Museum of Modern Art
Calling all art lovers! Despite coronavirus, Paris Museum of Modern Art invites you to virtually discover its areas from your home. How come? With a 360° virtual tour for a total immersion…
Coronavirus: discover Musée Rodin’s collections from your home
Amid the coronavirus crises, no visit allowed at the Musée Rodin, well physically speaking…. But you can be amazed by the different works exhibited at the museum since the cultural place offers you to discover its collection digitally, from your home. Collections are available as part of the #CultureChezNous action led by Minister of Culture.
Coronavirus: the Grand Palais and its exhibitions from the comfort of your living room
To keep you busy while confined because of the coronavirus, the Grand Palais offers you to virtually visits its exhibition area and invites you to enjoy entertainments and tours available for the entire family. Digital collections, entertainments for children, anecdotes… improve your knowledge from your sofa!
Coronavirus: Monart, the virtual art gallery accessible from your sofa
During the confinement caused by the coronavirus epidemic, art lovers can head to Monart, a virtual art gallery, to discover free of charge and from your sofa, the most beautiful works by contemporary artists from all over the world. You can even buy a work of art from the comfort of your living room!
Coronavirus: Centre Pompidou proposes digital tours and entertainments
Because of the coronavirus epidemic and as part of the #CultureChezNous measure set up by the Minister for Culture, Centre Pompidou has released a new offer of digital contents easily available on all screens, turning its website into a content hub. A playful manner to approach art while staying at home!
Coronavirus: discover the Fondation Louis Vuitton and its weekly program to discover at home
Because of the coronavirus epidemic and the confinement, the Fondation Louis Vuitton offers us to discover their exhibitions without moving from the comfort of our homes. On the menu as well: concerts, masterclasses and other events.
Coronavirus: the Musée des Arts Décoratifs and its collections as if you were there
Because coronavirus is no excuse not to go to museums, MAD Paris-Musée des Arts Décoratifs invites us to digitally discover its collections with a 360° virtual tour, as well as entertainments for children, a drawing contest and many more surprises. Keep reading!
Coronavirus: Musée Jacquemart-André’s collections as if you were there
Wanting to go to the Musée Jacquemart-André without leaving your home because of the coronavirus pandemic? It’s possible since the Parisian institution invites you to digitally discover its collections. The occasion to have a cultural break in your quarantine.
Coronavirus: virtually visit Claude Monet’s house in Giverny
And what if, to escape while confined because of the coronavirus pandemic, we virtually enjoy a visit to Giverny? This is what the Maison de Claude Monet offers, a museum devoted to the artist set in the painter’s famous house, surrounded by gardens, with an exclusive virtual tour! A way to travel while staying home… Keep reading!
This confinement period being limited, you can already program our cultural outings with our exhibition guides for May and June. And to keep yourselves entertained, our guide about what to do this week is still available.
Dates and Opening Time
From 1 April 2020 to 30 April 2020
Paris - Ile de France
75001 Paris 1