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The Eiffel Tower grows to 330 meters tall!
With the installation of a new digital terrestrial radio antenna by TDF, the Tower will grow by 6 meters (20 feet).
The most beautiful Valentine’s Day at the Eiffel Tower
Still just as romantic! Discover what the Eiffel Tower has in store for you for Valentine’s Day 2022.
The Eiffel Tower in the Colors of Europe
All about the Eiffel Tower illuminated in the colors of Europe.
Family fun with a new booklet-game for kids!
This summer, a new booklet-game designed by My Little Kids is here to help your kids discover the Eiffel Tower. Available at the 1st floor.
Summit visits will reopen on July 15th!
Good news! The summit will reopen to the public on 15 July. However, the number of tickets will be very limited.
Fireworks display on 14 July
Each year, the event is an opportunity to enjoy one of the world’s most outstanding and innovative pyrotechnics demonstrations.
Everything you need to know about the Eiffel Tower at night
A mobile tour guide to discover the Eiffel Tower !
What to see around the Eiffel Tower ?
Relax and enjoy the music on the 2020 summer terrace!
The summer terrace on the 1st floor awaits you with its bar-bistro and its hand-made ice cream. Festive and friendly ambiance guaranteed!
The Jules Verne will reopen its doors on June 30th
The Eiffel Tower’s Michelin-starred restaurant will start serving again on June 30, 2020!
Opening of the Eiffel Tower’s online ticket office
Buying tickets online to visit the Eiffel Tower will be possible from June 18th, 2020.
The Eiffel Tower will welcome its visitors again from June 25th
At first, only visits by stairs will be available and masks will be mandatory for all our visitors from 11 years old.
Covid-19: The Eiffel Tower recognizes all the people who are mobilized
Since March 27th, messages of thanks and encouragement to stay home are projected onto the Eiffel Tower every evening, in addition to the prolonged sparkling lights.
Stay at home: discover the Eiffel Tower without moving
In the context of the COVID-19 outbreak and the latest government health measures, the Eiffel Tower is closed from March 13th, 9pm, for an indefinite period of time.
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