By Cécile D. Photos by My B. Published on May 13, 2022 at 12:34
New public holiday in France, new opportunity to enjoy the beautiful museums and monuments near you: this Thursday, May 26, 2022, is Ascension Day. But which places of culture remain open during this holiday? We take stock.
This last week of may should be shorter than others – or at least many lucky ones will be able to spend less time in the office, and more time in the museums ! This Thursday, May 26, 2022it’s the Ascension Thursday. In other words: it is a holiday ! And some even have a second day off: if you do the bridge this Friday, you enjoy a long weekend, ideal for having fun and unwinding.
With these days of rest in addition, we have time to go out and discover all the events of the moment. And seeing the programming of the museums of Paris and D’Ile-de-Francewe already know how we will occupy our free time this Ascension weekend !
Provided of course that the museums are open during this holiday. To find out, let’s take a look at the list of places of culture that are closing on May 26.
Museums and monuments closed this Thursday, May 26, 2022Ascension Thursday :
Good news then: this Thursday, and during this long weekend, almost all the museums and monuments are open ! So where are we going, what are we doing? It’s up to you to decide: a multitude ofexhibitions and of exits are at your disposal. Need help to choose ? Take a look at our selection.
Free exhibitions to see in May 2022 in Paris and Île-de-France
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Immersive exhibitions to see in Paris and Île-de-France
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Sculpture exhibitions of the moment and to come to discover in Paris
Art is expressed in very different forms; one of our favorites is perhaps sculpture… So we invite you to discover our selection of sculpture exhibitions to see in Paris and Île-de-France at the moment. [Lire la suite]
The top 10 exhibitions in May 2022 in Paris, the unmissable ones
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Monuments to see:
The Château de Cheverny, its treasures and its 6 gardens to discover
The Château de Cheverny, classified as a historical monument and located 2 hours from Paris, reveals superb gardens and entertainment. With its domain of nearly 100 hectares, Cheverny is an ideal breath of fresh air for weekends and public holidays: you can discover the famous castle of Tintin, but also very beautiful thematic gardens, a large wooded park and beautiful furnished rooms. [Lire la suite]
The Arc de Triomphe: a breathtaking view at the foot of the Champs-Elysées
Nestled in the 8th arrondissement, at the entrance to the Champs-Elysées, the Arc de Triomphe is one of the capital’s must-sees and opens its doors to all visitors who love beautiful views and altitude. An ascent that also allows you to discover the history of the monument. Good news, the monument will reopen its doors on May 19, 2021!
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The Castle of Saint-Jean de Beauregard and its Remarkable Garden
The Château de Saint-Jean de Beauregard, located in Essonne in the Regional Natural Park of the Haute Vallée de Chevreuse is a 19th century castle classified as a historical monument, remarkably well preserved. We hurry there to discover its domain and in particular its vegetable garden labeled Jardin Remarquable. [Lire la suite]
The heritage and Arab-Muslim places of Paris
As Muslims celebrate Eid with great fanfare on May 2, 2022, let’s discover the heritage and Arab-Muslim places of Paris. [Lire la suite]
Here’s something to keep you busy during this Ascension Bridge. So, where do we start?