As days goes by, cultural sites are re opening. We will keep this page up to date to let you know what sites can be visited or not.

Versailles

Palace of Versailles and its gardens are open. Fountains show and musical gardens are operating as usual until the end of October.

Trianons estate, which includes Grand Trianon, Petit Trianon and Queen’s Hamlet, is also open to visitors.

Giverny

Monet’s garden is open as well.

Eiffel Tower

Lift is not working at the moment so visitors will need to take the stairs instead. Lift are available from the 1st of July. 3rd floor is not accessible.

Louvre museum

Will open on the 6th of July.

Orsay museum

Open

Bâteaux Parisiens (cruise on the seine river and lunch/dinner cruise)

Simple cruises will open on the 1rst of July from 2 pm until 9 pm every day except on Mondays.

Lunch and dinner cruises will be available on the 1st of August.

Fontainebleau

Palace of Fontainebleau will open on the 1st of July.

Vaux-le-Vicomte

Open on week-end only and public holiday (ie 14th of July)

Chantilly

Open. Stables & Horse museum are only available on Saturdays&Sundays.

Champagne – Reims

Tour includes the visit of two cellars. Mercier, Moët&Chandon are open to visitors. La cité du champagne is open from Fridays to Sundays only.

D-Day landing beaches

Tour is operating as usual.

Mont-St-Michel

Open and operates as usual.

Loire Valley Castles

Amboise and Chambord are open. Chenonceau is only available from Fridays to Mondays until further notice (it can be replaced with another castle or by spending more time in the other two).

Cabarets – Moulin Rouge, Lido and Crazy Horse

Should open in Setptember. We don’t have any details for now.

Our restaurant partners (gourmet lunch, combined tour with lunch ie Paris&Versailles)

La Bonne Franquette and Les Noces de Jeanette will re open on September.

That’s it for the major sites. Masks are compulsory for all of them. We hope to see you soon!