What to expect
The City of Science and Industry
is located in Parc de la Villette. Since its creation in the 1970s, its mission has remained unchanged: to present the challenges related to scientific progress
. It is particularly for its educational and playful exhibitions
, many of which are designed especially for the family, that this establishment designed to stimulate curiosity is famous. On each floor, explanatory panels and ingenious devices allow you to learn more about topics as varied as mathematics, the protection of nature and the oceans, astronomy or the various sources of energy. The City of Science and Industry may be particularly crowded, particularly because of their exhibitions. To visit this Parisian cultural centre, it is recommended to book your entrance tickets in advance, especially if you wish to visit on weekends or during school holidays. Ticketeaser
allows you to order your tickets without additional fees and to enjoy a queue-jump access.
||Opening Hours - open everyday except Monday
||From 10am to 6pm (7pm on Sundays)
||From 10am to 5.30pù (until 6.30pm on Sundays)
| Louis Lumière Cinema
||Every 30 mn from 11am to 12.30pm and from 2pm to 5pm (6pm on Sundays)
||Sessions of 35 to 40 minutes from midday
Closed every Monday, January 1st, May 1st and December 25th.
- Adult (from 26 years old) : 12€
- Youth (from 2 to 25 years old) : 9€
Free admissions :
- Children under 2 years old
- On presentation of the disability card, a valid AHA allowance certificate (+ ID), or the "war pensioner" disability card. In all 3 cases, free admission is extended to the accompanying person.
- Job seekers (proof of unemployment or RSA certificate dated less than 6 months + ID).
Exhibitions of the moment
Body and Sport - From October 16, 2018 to January 05, 2020
Presented in an area of over 1200 m², the exhibition Body and sports decrypts the link between sport and the body in a broad both physical as psychological sense.