Children at a young age build sand castles as they build their dreams.   Most poor children would probably be chastised by their parents when they speak the one day touring the world.  Though such yearnings would be like hoping against hope, it shouldn’t be deprived of them.  Who wouldn’t want to see the famous Eiffel Tower after all?

When is the Eiffel Tower Day in 2018?

The Eiffel Tower Day is on March 31, 2018, a Saturday.

The Eiffel Tower Day is always celebrated in France on the last day of March each year.

The Purpose of the Eiffel Tower Day:

The Eiffel Tower Day celebrates the monument’s completion in 1889.  Located in Champ de Mars in Paris, the City of Lights, this iron lattice tower is one of the Seven Wonders of the World.  It has been called “Iron Lady” and symbolized Paris’ sophistication.  During Bastille Day, the tower gives the best view of their annual firework display.

The Origin of the Eiffel Tower Day:

March 31, 1889 marked presentation of Eiffel Tower to the world.  It was constructed for the International Exhibition of Paris to mark the centennial celebration of the French Revolution.  Taking more than two years to finish, this monument got its name from Gustave Eiffel, its principal engineer.

The Eiffel Tower Day celebration:

Nothing beats celebrating this holiday by having a guided tour with a loved one at Eiffel Tower.  This can be followed by dining at Le 58 Tour Eiffel Restaurant.  Currently ranked as 7th of 675 tourist destinations of Paris, this historical landmark gives the best romantic view of the city at night. Alternative ways to celebrate includes watching Eiffel Tower’s official You-Tube channel at home, buying and sending postcards of the Eiffel Tower to friends, or wearing shirts featuring the impressive tower.  Baking a high-rise cake and French bread for tea parties with friends and family is also highly suggested.

When is the Eiffel Tower Day in 2019?

The Eiffel Tower Day is on March 31, 2019, a Sunday.