1. Paris: Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie Entry Ticket
Explore the Cité des sciences et de l'industrie with your family, friends, or on your own. Get access to all the exhibitions and shows with this "Exhibitions" entry ticket, see the Argonaute, and enjoy an immersive show at the Planetarium. Step into this fascinating science museum and visit the many permanent and temporary exhibitions. Learn about the human brain in the BR4IN exhibit and uncover the secrets of the universe in the Great Story of the Universe. Take an audio-guided tour through the Argonaute, a submarine from the 1950s, before looking up to the stars in a show at the Planetarium. Finish your visit with the Solar Impulse aircraft, the first airplane to fly without fuel. Watch the plane land in the museum on the big screens and try landing it yourself in the flight simulators. This ticket gives access to the permanent and temporary exhibitions, outside the Cité des enfants. Reservations for the planetarium and the Fragile exhibition are made directly on-site, subject to availability on the day of your visit. "Crowds": From October 18, 2022, to August 6, 2023 What is the crowd? What does it do to us? At the crossroads of many scientific disciplines – fluid mechanics, granular physics, mathematics, cognitive sciences and social psychology – the study of the crowd, whether compact, dilated or at a distance, reveals the social character of our species. "Cancer" Until August 8, 2023 Today, cancer is still taboo: it is time to understand its scientific, psychological and social dimensions. The exhibition, conceived through the prism of the patient, the nursing staff or the accompanying person, has chosen to put the human being at the heart of its system, in order to free up speech on life during and after the illness. From 14 years old. “Industrial developments” Until March 5, 2023 The exhibition invites you to understand the current evolution of the industrial world and offers you a comparison with the major upheavals of yesterday. An immersive journey, punctuated by artistic and didactic installations. What is the impact of these industrial developments on your daily life? Should we be worried or excited about it? Form your own opinion on this constantly changing subject! From February 19, 2022, to January 8, 2023 A poetic and intuitive exhibition to experience gently. Handling fragile objects, testing delicate materials, experimenting with falling, and feeling vulnerable: here children explore the complex notion of fragility. It may not always be where we expect it... Deep down, aren't we just as strong as we are fragile?