This Tuesday July 7, 2020:
Musée Rodin reopens
The Musée Rodin is a genuine Parisian rococo architecture gem where are mostly exhibited works by Auguste Rodin and Camille Claudel. And good news, you can visit again starting July 7! Let’s have a closer look at this cultural place set in the middle of the 7th arrondissement in Paris.
Batobus and Bateaux Parisiens set sail again on the Seine in early July
You will be able to navigate the Seine thanks to the Batobus and Bateaux Parisiens shuttle again soon. Both lines – on hold since the health crisis broke out – will be back from July 1, 2020.
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.
Candlelit dinners 2020 at the Château de Vaux le Vicomte
The Château de Vaux le Vicomte and its “Candlelit Dinners” are welcoming you again for enchanting evenings from Saturday July 4 to October 3, 2020. Think an entire castle and a wonderful garden lit by two thousand candles for a night-time visit. It doesn’t matter if you’re with your family or your lover, it’s the occasion to discover or rediscover Vaux le Vicomte from a new angle.
Jeremy Shaw at Paris Centre Pompidou - our pictures
Canadian artist Jeremy Shaw is displayed for the first time in a museum and it’s happening at Paris Centre Pompidou. Interrupted by the coronavirus epidemic, the exhibition resumes from July 1 and up to July 27, 2020. On the menu, an exhibition marvelously mixing music, video, dance and photography with new technologies.
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.