Take exit 17 from the ring road to access this spectacular museum. Wander through the maze of the astronomic park before ... More
Cite de l'Espace (La)
Take exit 17 from the ring road to access this spectacular museum. Wander through the maze of the astronomic park before going in to see the exhibition. The latter explores astonishing technological inventions with interactive displays, but the museum's highlight is the Planetarium. There's a restaurant and shop. Call ahead for varying dates.
This is really designed for older elementry school age or middle schoolers. My seven year old's loved it. Yes, its not Kennedy or Houston, but its not designed to be, a good place to let kids get some energy out after spending 5 weeks in an apartment hotel in the winter.
I've been to Toulouse several times and the City of Space once.... and even though someone else bought my ticket I wouldn't go back to it. It's pretty boring. Although I am comparing it to things like the Kennedy Space Center in Florida... which IS worth going to. If you are stuck in France and want a "space fix" then you might want to try this out, but other than that I found most of the displays to be pretty lame.
This memorial was built in 1918 in honor of soldiers from the region, who fought during the First World War.
Eight tall stone columns lead up to the pediment, on which the names of the main battlefields are engraved. ...
This Museum is charged with the substantial task of conserving and presenting a national collection relating to the history, art,
and culture of immigration in France. Recognizing the work of immigrants as molding the reality of French society, the ...
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 ...