July in Paris should mean lots of fun fairs, events and celebrations. But, this summer is a little more subdued in the wake of lockdown. Even so, there are still plenty of things to do in Paris in July as parks, theme parks, museums and terraces reopen for the season.
The easing of lockdown restrictions in Paris has opened the doors to some experiences we have craved for months. While following appropriate guidelines, you can once again head to museums and sit out on terraces to enjoy good food and sunshine. A great option for a hot July day is the rooftop terrace of Musée Guimet.
2020 has been a difficult year so far for those that need a little escapism and culture. Paris’ museums and galleries shut their doors, barring us from the treasures within. Well, there is good news for those that need a break from reality because The Mad Dimension has reopened for weekend tours.
The idea of life getting back to normal is something that difficult to comprehend right now. Restrictions may have eased, but things are still under tight control. For example, while many residents aren’t restricted to their homes in the same way, there are ...
On May 11th, Paris’ citizens have started to see the restrictions ease. But, museums and galleries remain closed. Before you give up and assume that you can’t enjoy a museum exhibition in the time of Coronavirus, consider taking a trip online to the Muséosphère.
The Paris Opera made an important step in the middle of March to put content online for those dealing with the stress and boredom of Coronavirus lockdown. The idea was simple. Every night, at 7:30 pm, viewers could head to their website, or to Culturebox, and watch a performance for free.