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.
Thanks to digitalization, art lovers and fans of the Louvre have the chance now to visit the museum virtually and discover some of its greatest collections, its exhibition rooms, galleries, and much more. In this article, we have picked for you the most interesting virtual tours that you will certainly love taking on the museum’s website.
We are all going to have to make a lot of sacrifices in the coming months as we deal with social distancing during Coronavirus. One of these issues is the inability to get out and attend exhibitions, shows and other cultural events in the heart of Paris. However, all is not lost as there are ways that we can still get our cultural fix from home.
The seriousness of the Covid-19 outbreak in France has resulted in some drastic steps. President Macron has essentially declared war on Coronavirus and placed Paris on a temporary lockdown. It is essential that all those in Paris right now follow the rules for the safety of all involved.
Few of us are in a positive mood right now with the stress and uncertainty of Covid-19 and lockdown. But, if we can change our mindset and look for the positive side, it will be easier to get through this.