As the world joins Paris in mourning for families and victims of brutal attacks on Friday the 13th attacks, local attractions have remained closed to visitors amid tightening security situation.
Landmarks and main attractions in Paris, the third most visited city in the world in 2014 according to Conde Nast Traveler, will be virtually closed to the public.
Suite aux événements d'hier et des décisions prises aujourd'hui, les cinémas parisiens intramuros + Stade de France resteront fermés demain.
— Gaumont Pathé (@GaumontPathe) November 14, 2015
Les cinémas UGC de Paris intra-muros seront fermés aujourd'hui.
— UGC DISTRIBUTION (@ugcdistribution) November 14, 2015
Disneyland Paris will remain closed until November 17.
Par respect des trois jours de deuil national, Disneyland Paris restera fermé jusqu’à mardi 17 novembre inclus ►► https://t.co/xKr8pz38CQ
— Groupe Euro Disney (@EuroDisney) November 14, 2015
#BREAKING Eiffel Tower closed indefinitely following Paris attacks: management
— Agence France-Presse (@AFP) November 14, 2015
Louvre Museum, has posted daily updates on status of its operation. As of press time, it has announce it will be closed as of November 20.
Louvre museum will be closed on sunday, november15th. #NationalDayofMourning
— Musée du Louvre (@MuseeLouvre) November 14, 2015