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The Louvre-Lens museum re-opens from 3 June

The Louvre-Lens museum will re-open "gradually" its doors from Wednesday, thanks to a plan of traffic marked by "one way" to social distancing, he said on Thursday, noting that the visit would be "free" until the end of June.

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In a first time, visitors will have access only to the park and to the "Gallery of time", a space open plan to a permanent exhibition. From 10 June, they will also be able to visit the temporary exhibition "Soleils noirs," says the museum in a press release. "The traffic plan will be structured around a roundabout pedestrian", materialized in the center of the lobby, details the direction. Visitors can choose to visit one or other of the exhibitions, or the whole of the course.

Free of charge and without a ticket

in Order to ensure a "surface residual" average of 10m2 per person, the museum has set for the month of June a maximum capacity of 200 visitors in the Gallery of time and 110 visitors in the exhibition Suns black". The bookshop will be able to accommodate 10 people. Access to the museum will also be free in June and "will not require the withdrawal of a ticket".

1 commentairePhiligranele 28/05/2020 22:44

Very nice museum that I have had the pleasure of visiting 3 years ago. But then, all around, what a misery, what a shame. The region of the Lens has been particularly affected by the crisis. It's like in "the day after".

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