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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.
Valentine’s Day: There’s love in the air and on the Eiffel Tower!
On February 14, 2020, the Eiffel Tower will be more romantic than ever. Come and celebrate Valentine's Day from the esplanade to the top and discover a program of original activities. You might be lucky enough to see your Valentine's love tweet projected on the Tower wi...
What events took place at the Eiffel Tower in January?
In January 2020, the Eiffel Tower hosted several events that delighted its visitors.
Celebrate the Chinese New Year in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower!
A parade lead by 16 dancers from the French Association of the Chinese Dragon and Lion Dance will be held on Saturday, January 25, to welcome the Chinese New Year.
Free exhibition by artist Akihiro Nishino at the Eiffel Tower!
On October 26 and 27, Japanese artist Akihiro Nishino will be exhibiting his luminous creations at the Gustave Eiffel Lounge on the 1st floor of the Eiffel Tower. Free admission for all our visitors.
Welcome to the “Bulle Parisienne” on the 1st floor
A giant transparent dome has been installed on the terrace on the first floor for the fall and winter. On the menu, a gourmet break at any time of the day, wine tastings and a temporary wine cellar!
Car-Free Day: Paris takes a deep breath and the Eiffel Tower does too!
The Car-Free Day will take place on Sunday, September 22nd. How would you like to take this opportunity to visit the Eiffel Tower via communal and simple transportation modes?
The Liberation of Paris: the Eiffel Tower Reinstates its Tricolored Flag
On August 25th, 1944, six Parisian firefighters braved shots from German soldiers to hoist the tricolored flag to the top of the Eiffel Tower.
The new face of Le Jules Verne restaurant
Gastronomic restaurant Le Jules Verne, located on the 2nd floor of the Eiffel Tower, is now completely renovated, and re-opened its doors during the summer 2019, with Chef Frédéric Anton at the helm.
Beyond Walls: explore the giant fresco of SAYPE from the Eiffel Tower
The artist SAYPE has painted an enormous fresco on the Champ de Mars. It depicts a human chain in support of the association “SOS Méditerranée”.
Summer 2019: disruption of access to the Eiffel Tower by metro and RER
Construction on line 6 of the metro and on RER C will affect access to the Tower for visitors in July and August 2019. Overview and tips.
A zip line at the Eiffel Tower
It’s undoubtedly one of the craziest events that has taken place on the Eiffel Tower in recent years. And as crazy as it seems, it remains an extremely exceptional event.
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