Parc de la Villette is the setting for this huge science museum best known for its Geode dome and impressive 180-degree ... More
Cite des Sciences et de l'Industrie
Parc de la Villette is the setting for this huge science museum best known for its Geode dome and impressive 180-degree cinema. Natural and scientific phenomena are explained with the help of exhibitions in an area specially designed with kids in mind. Children aged three and over can visit a real submarine, the Argonaute, and find out how it works; temporary exhibitions are organized in Espace Explora.
Reviews for Cite des Sciences et de l'Industrie: 5
It's allways time to go back and have an enchanted day!
By A Yahoo Contributor, 2/7/08
It's so enchanting! every kind of people can find their choice of interrests. No so pleased because there to many different rates, make one of it and no special formulas, execpt for less fortunate people, they should go for free.
it was fasinating the best place i have ever been. It was interesting amazing and uforgetable. And was not bad pricing. My favourite bit was when i saw the wounderful video about aliens out in space i found like i was actully in space.
It's kind of strange to think about going to Paris for a science museum, but my bf and I had each already been to Paris before (separately), so we thought we'd do something a little off the beaten track (and extra nerdy) when we went together.
The science museum was a lot of fun. We kind of wasted a lot of time on a water filtration experiment, so by the time we got to all the cool stuff on like human behavior and various audio-sensory illusions, we were pretty scienced out. I wouldn't recommend spending longer than 2-3 hours here. English descriptions were provided for all of the exhibits had, so we had no problems at all understanding what was going on. A lot like the Exploratorium in San Francisco, but bigger, if anything. Worth checking out!
If you're interested in science and have a good grasp of French, this is a nice place to visit.
La Cite is connected to a park that during summer nights shows movies on a giant outdoor screen. There are other museums along the way as well as a children's park.
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