Stay at home: so is the instruction to follow for at least these upcoming 15 days. It’s important and necessary to limit the propagation of coronavirus in France. But then, what can we do during this confinement? In addition to remote work for some, keeping children busy for others, there are many entertainments to enjoy at home: reading, watching movies, working out, cooking, playing video games, writing, drawing, painting, singing, playing music, dancing, meditating, sleeping… Here are some entertainments to enjoy from the comfort of your home.
Lockdown: museums' digital collections to enjoy
France is moving to a new lockdown, and we must say that we will sure miss visiting museums! Sortiraparis gives you a selection of digital tours and other digital collections from Paris museums to nicely enjoy from home while waiting for their reopening.
Coronavirus: virtually visit Claude Monet’s house in Giverny
And what if, to escape from lockdown 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!
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…
Harry Potter, the virtual exhibition of the British Library to enjoy for free
Wizards and witches from all over the world, and even muggles, enjoy a new magical trip to the heart of the British Library. But leave your broom and get out of this chimney: no need to get out of the house. The Harry Potter exhibition is available online for free for our greatest joy!
Did you know? 3 uncommon little stories about the Opéra Garnier
Proudly sitting in the Haussmann neighborhood, the Opéra Garnier opera house has been amazing Parisians and tourists. But what do you really know about this cultural monument? We unveil you three and uncommon little stories about it!
Did you know? 4 uncommon little stories about the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris
Have you heard about the Théâtre du Châtelet? Here are four little stories about this iconic venue in Paris!
Make the best of the confinement to know Paris inside out
Are you missing wandering around Paris? While waiting for the confinement to end, we invite you to learn more about the French capital before meeting it again!
Free concerts on European philharmonic orchestras’ websites
What a beautiful time for opera fans! To make sure this confinement is not too boring, Berlin Philharmonic, Paris Philharmonic, Munich Philharmonic and Vienna Philharmonic let us a free and unlimited access to their concerts. Discover how to enjoy these exceptional programs.
Deconfinement: Paris Opera extends its free online show program
Throughout lockdown, Paris Opera delighted us with a very beautiful selection of shows available online and for free. We enjoyed Carmen, Swan Lake and even the Barber of Seville. And big news, new shows are scheduled until late May.
Stay tuned to discover more ideas to keep yourselves busy during the quarantine.