- Learn about the world of science in one of Europe’s very first science museums, surrounded by a lush 55-hectare park!
- Enjoy the hands-on experiments and immersive displays, from the planetarium to fun optical illusions
- A great day out for the whole family in Paris with plenty of interactive opportunities
This is a quick access to a brilliant day full of activities for kids and their families. You can reserve your entrance into Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie, the most educational experience you can have with your children. You may proceed to the gates and save your time in Paris without looking for tickets for this vast facility.
This first-ever science museum of Europe contains various disciplines including Physics, Geography, Geometry, Engineering, Technology, Anatomy and many more. They are all organized with different age groups in mind. Particularly, Cité des Enfants designed for kids between ages 2-12.
This adventure inform and entertain young children to learn about the technologies behind everything humans have, see and use. You would enjoy fascinating permanent and temporary exhibitions like a journey through space. Discover how light and energy work! Touch, play and feel your way in this fun family-friendly Paris highlight! Understand light and vision with games, 3D images, and optical illusions.
The Planetarium is another thematic highlight but keep in mind that you should book your time slot in site! of the Rosetta satellite and the landing on the comet. Learn about the origins of the universe. See how science and technology have shaped the history of our journey into space. Understand light and vision with games, 3D images, and optical illusions.
This is a great fit for families chasing exciting activities to do with kids in Paris and travelers admiring smart narrations and exhibits about science and industry. This ticket helps you to get most out of your Paris trip by saving your time. So there will be more to benefit from the surrounding park “La Villette” where you can find beautiful gardens, film screenings, thematic parks and a philharmonic music hall.