The Eiffel Tower presents a new playful, interactive and free tour especially created for children. Starting October 7, 2020, meet Tom and Elia, two characters walking kids along their visit of this unmissable monument.
This Thursday October 1, 2020, the Eiffel Tower will be all pink for the launching of Pink October in Paris! A wonderful message to support all women (and men) fighting against breast cancer, before a month filled with events to raise funds.
In Paris, the Eiffel Tower reopened on June 25, 2020 after closing for several months. First only accessible via stairs, you can now climb up to the 2nd floor riding the lift. We recommend you book tickets early. You can also enjot a 50% off discount from July 1 to August 31 for children. And good news, the top reopens on July 15, 2020.
The magnificent firework show has been let off from the Eiffel Tower on Bastille Day, on July 14, 2020 once again. This year, despite a wide safety perimeter to avoid gatherings, many Ile-de-France inhabitants gathered along the Seine and the Invalides to enjoy the pyrotechnic show. And if you missed it, go through the Bastille Day, July 14, 2020's firework again in Paris.
The Eiffel Tower terrace moves to Summer Chill from July 9 to August 28, 2020. Open every day, it provides on Thursday and Friday evenings from 7 p.m. chill nights with DJ set, 57 meters above the ground with unobstructed views on the French capital.
This Sunday May 10th, 2020 at 9 p.m., the city of Paris will thank Parisian volunteers and professionals who have been “mobilized throughout confinement” with portraits shows on the Eiffel Tower. This symbolical operation will air online and on social networks as confinement is still implemented!
Earth Hour, the world’s greatest event for the fight against climate change is back on Saturday March 28, 2020 In Paris, like in some 7,000 cities in 188 countries, emblematic monuments turn off their lights to give Mother Nature pride of place.
Symbol of Paris, the Eiffel Tower is the charging monument the most visited in the world! But do you know absolutely everything about the Eiffel Tower? Today, we give you 4 uncommon little stories about this historic building. Here we go!
The Eiffel Tower pays tribute to lovebirds and will be romantic this Friday February 14, 2020 for Valentine’s Day. From photocall to lovely tweet screened on the tower and without forgetting the Bulle Parisienne and its hearts, let’s switch to love mode.
To celebrate the 130th anniversary of the Eiffel Tower, a free and interactive exhibition will be held on the Eiffel Tower parvis from September 28 to November 24, 2019. The occasion to discover the Eiffel Tower in a new light, completely immersed.
This winter, the Eiffel Tower expects to amaze your taste buds. On the 1st floor of the Iron Lady, you’re welcomed by the Bulle Parisienne [Parisian Bubble] until April 2002. Under a transparent bubble, come and enjoy the unobstructed views while nibbling on sweet and savory treats.
For its 3rd edition, the Macif Paris Rollers Marathon is coming back and invites everyone to enjoy a unique sporting event on September 21 and 22, 2019. This meeting goes beyond the simple sporting challenge, the Macif Paris Rollers Marathon is a true roller festival.
On Saturday June 22 and Sunday 23, 2019 the Bir-Hakeim/Eiffel Tower area welcomes the new and 15th edition of Quai 54, the only international championship of streetball. On the menu? Several teams from all over the world, professionals, amateurs and NBA players, as well as surprise concerts by main artists from the French and world hip-hop scene.
Inaugurated 130 years ago for the World’s Fair, the Eiffel Tower celebrates its birthday on Wednesday May 15, 2019. After a free concert performed by Jeanne Added in front of it, the public can enjoy a light and unique show created by famous set designer Bruno Seillier. An extraordinary show to discover from May 15 to 17 with 3 performances a day.
The Eiffel Tower is getting new and widens its food offer with starred chefs Frédéric Anton and Thierry Marx taking the head of gourmet restaurant Le Jules Verne and brasserie Le 58 Tour Eiffel as well as the take-away counters.
The top of the Eiffel Tower is closed from January 7 to February 1, 2019 for renovation work. A necessary closing for the Iron Lady that makes the best of it to have a makeover before welcoming visitors again.