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Exhibitions, museums, shows… Here is everything you can discover in virtual mode

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In view of the confinement, a large number of cultural sites have decided to open their doors to the public, for a 100% virtual visit. Exhibitions, concerts, shows, museums and even the most emblematic Parisian monuments… Discover the list of spots to get a shot of culture, without leaving home! 


Parisian museums…

If you Louvre offers different formats on its site for us to discover its magnificent collections (podcasts, cartoons, videos, etc.), several Parisian museums have done the same, like the Center Pompidou, the Grand Palais or the Quai Branly museum. What to take care of until the end of the confinement period! Check them out below:


… and those who make us travel 

Virtual museum tours are being exported beyond French borders! The proof by these 7 famous sites:

In Amsterdam:

In London :

At New York : 


Parisian monuments to visit in 2.0 mode

Concerts and shows

While some plan to take advantage of confinement to read, cook or play sports, others do intend to stay on top of their game. culture. Here is the list of concerts, shows, ballets or even operas, available for free on the web.

Music lovers necessarily know ArteConcert. The platform offers a wide choice of broadcasts, and above all different musical styles ranging from opera to jazz via pop and metal... At the moment you will be able to (re)watch concerts by Dido, Blondie, Iggy Pop, Tina Turner or The Lumineers.

CultureBox is not to be outdone with lives by Metronomy or Kery James, and many other operas. Moreover, the Paris Opera also puts its shows online for free, such as Manon, Swan Lake, the Barber of Seville… A great lyrical consolation for opera lovers! To discover on the Paris Opera website, in partnership with CultureBox. 

Finally, the Philharmonie de Paris offers to visualize all his old concerts. In the form of videos, these are available on the "PhilharmonieLive" application.

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