Notre-dame de paris

“The National Building Museum is extending its augmented reality exhibition Notre-Dame de Paris until October 9.

From the National Building Museum:

“The National Building Museum announces today that it is extending Notre-Dame de Paris: the augmented exhibition until Sunday, October 9, 2022. The 360-degree augmented reality exhibition, designed and produced by Histovery, in collaboration with the Public Establishment in charge of the conservation and restoration of Notre-Dame de Paris Cathedral, and sponsored exclusively by L’Oréal, immerses visitors in the 850-year history of the cathedral and its ongoing restoration . The exhibition was originally scheduled to end on September 26, but was extended due to popular demand.

All Notre Dame merchandise in the museum shop is also 40% off until October 11, 2022.

The Museum will present two public broadcasts on the restoration efforts of Notre-Dame:

Monday, September 26 from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Notre-Dame de Paris: rebuilding a heritage
*In-person event at the National Building Museum

The first public lecture in the United States from the team responsible for the extraordinary task of stabilizing and restoring the iconic cathedral following the catastrophic fire of 2019.
Speakers include:

  • Philippe Villeneuvechief architect of historical monuments, in charge of Notre-Dame de Paris
  • Remi Fromontchief architect of historical monuments
  • Lindsay CookAssistant Teaching Professor of Architectural History, Pennsylvania State University and translator of the book Notre-Dame Cathedral: nine centuries of historytranslate the conference from French to English and lead the discussion following the presentations

Presented in partnership with Catholic University of America
Tickets: $10 museum member; $20 Non-member; FREE: Student
Register online

Tuesday, October 11 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

The future of Notre-Dame de Paris
* Live virtual program via Zoom

Autodesk helps conserve and restore Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris with design and construction solutions, including Building Information Modeling (BIM) support, intelligent data and 3D modeling process, and technical expertise . Emmanuel Di GiacomoAEC EMEA Ecosystem Lead and Architect at Autodesk will share details on how creating a historic digital model of the cathedral is changing the way architects, construction professionals, artisans, historians and owners address the preservation of heritage in the future.

Presented in partnership with Autodesk
Tickets: $10 Member of the Museum; $20 Non-member; FREE: Student

Register online

“We are thrilled to extend this premier exhibit to the National Building Museum and believe it offers a new way to experience one of the world’s most iconic buildings.” said Aileen Fuchs, president and executive director of the National Building Museum. “Visitors will experience first-hand how technology can contribute to our understanding of buildings. The unique and immersive virtual nature of the exhibit, combined with the two public programs, provides a window into the ongoing restoration of this World Heritage Site.

MUSEUM HOURS – Thursday to Monday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The exhibition is located on the second floor. Tickets: $10: adults; $7: Youth (3 to 17), Student with ID, Senior (60 and over); Free: Members of the Museum. Buy your tickets online