This Sunday July 19, 2020:
Mad Dimension, the new immersive and 100% Insta-worthy museum reopens
Alert, this is an event in Paris! The Mad Dimension is the latest and buzzing museum that is 100% immersive and 100% Insta-worthy. This temporary museum reopens from June 6, 2020 and has wonderful surprises in store. Book your session and enjoy an exclusive experience.
The Jardin Suspendu at the Parc Floral: new and huge bucolic terrace in Paris
Good news for Jardin Suspendu fans, since the famous temporary summer terrace is back in Paris for a new and third season. This time, Passage Enchanté teams gives its Jardin Suspendu a new 2,500sqm natural setting: the Chesnaie du Roy set in the heart of Vincennes Parc Floral. Meet from Wednesday July 1, 2020 at 6 p.m. to enjoy this new haven of peace mixing relaxation, playground, and foodtruck. Keep reading to find out more.
Espions, the spy exhibition at Paris Cité des Sciences - reopening and extra time
Become a spy with Paris Cité des Sciences! In partnership with the national intelligence services and French TV series Le Bureau des Légendes [The Bureau], let’s put on the shoes of an agent who has to investigate a nuclear test abroad. The exhibition is back on June 27, 2020 and extended to August 1, 2021.
Musée Guimet opens its panoramic terrace
For the very first time and all summer long, the Musée Guimet invites you to discover its panoramic terrace and its ice cream parlor when the museum reopens on July 8, 2020. The occasion to make the best of the sun while enjoying unobstructed views on the Eiffel Tower.
Christo and Jeanne-Claude, the exhibition at Centre Pompidou, our pictures
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Centre Pompidou has decided to postponed the exhibition devoted to Christo and Jeanne-Claude to July 1 to October 19, 2020. An exhibition like a tribute to the artist who passed away in May 2020. Discover pictures of the exhibition.
And if you decide to stay home, here is a guide we cooked up especially for you.
Coronavirus: what to do at home while confined?
Stay at home, this is the watchword for as long as the confinement lasts, as decreed by the French government to try and curb and limit the propagation of coronavirus in France. So, in the health crisis context, we all have to adapt and find alternatives to our entertaining outings now banned. Read, write, paint, cook, work out, watch series, have fun with the kids… Discover a bunch of things you can do at home while confined.
If you can go out again, we remind you that you are encouraged to wear a facemask (mandatory in public transit) and it is vital to uphold barrier gestures to make sure you are safe and people around you too.