In the heart of Paris, follow the footsteps of inventors and adventurers in the history of technologies.
From Foucault's pendulum to Bell's telephone, to Clément Ader's plane, to the Minitel, to the Arsénius astrolabe, to the Aibo robot - discover a heritage unique to its kind across the world, with over 2500 objects in 6, 000m2.
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Cultural group tour bookings: +33 (0)8 25 05 44 05 /Cultival
Every day throughout the year between 10 am and 6 pm. Closed on Monday. Closed exceptionally on January 1st, May 1st and December 25th. Night-time: on Friday till 9pm.
Full price: 9 €
Reduced price: 6 €.
Free entry for Job-seeker, disabled people and accompanying persons.
Group rate available for > 10 people.
Free for European citizens under 26 years > Permanent collection
Free entrances under conditions and for all: the first sunday of the month
Paris Museum Pass accepted: free access.
Child audio guides languages :French
Group visits: 25 people maximum - information and reservation Cultival at +33 (0) 8 25 05 44 05 / [email protected]
School and extracurricular group visits: 30 children max per group plus 3 accompanying adults. Guided tours with a museum mediator, group of 35 children maximum divided in 2.
Reservation in advance for all groups: [email protected]
Metro : Line 3 and 11 – Station Arts-et-Métiers
Line 4 – Station Réaumur-Sébastopol
Station Bus;: Lines 20, 38, 39, 47
By bike: Vélib : Station n°3011 – 55 Rue Turbigo – 75003 Paris
Station n°3005 – 7 Rue Sainte Elisabeth – 75003 Paris
By car: Closest paying car park: Parking Saint-Martin– Corner of rue Réaumur and rue Saint-Martin – 75003 Paris