The Louvre museum

The Louvre museum - The Louvre museum in Paris has announced that it will stay open overnight for three consecutive nights this month for free to mark the end of the Leonardo da Vinci exhibition.

The museum in Paris will be open on three nights February Friday 21nd, Saturday 22nd, and Sunday 23rd. Visitors for the nighttime entry will have access from 9pm to 8.30am. Entrance will be free, but spaces must be booked online in advance, at the museum’s website. Tickets will go on sale at midday today Tuesday, February 11th.

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