The Cité des Sciences and the Palais de la Découverte in Paris have joined together to form Universcience. This two site public institution is on a mission to make science and technology accessible to all.
Explora, an exhibition area, is situated on two floors of the Cité and hosts both permanent and temporary exhibitions covering topical subjects.
Permanent exhibitions include the following energy, the story of the universe, Earthwatch: the satellite revolution, Innovations Gallery, Techno-gallery, mathematics, sound, images, lightgames and man and his genes and The Argonaute. Scientific experts are there to guide visitors and answer any questions. These permanent exhibitions showcase major scientific advances and are also a great insight in to the key role science plays in our daily lives.
Temporary exhibitions running include:
Science and Fiction, Imagination meets reality – runs until 3 July 2011
Oceans and Climate Change – runs April 2011 – June 2012
Design Observer – 9 November 2010 – 13 March 2011
FAKE! Spotlight on counterfeit goods – runs until 13 February 2011
In addition to the exhibitions there is also shows shown at Géode (giant-screen cinema). Students have the opportunity to watch Imax® or 3D film on a 1,000 square metre screen. Once seated comfortably students can swim with dolphins, discover the Orient with one of the greatest explorers of all times or even get up close with dinosaurs in prehistoric Patagonia. Visit the website to view a full schedule of shows. There is a also a planetarium, a 3D cinema and a simulator cinema to visit during your visit.
Paris is full of attractions as well to see whilst staying in Paris - The Eiffel Tower, La Seine and so many more. This is a perfect place and city to visit with your science students. Contact us on 0844 5761960, visit www.euro-study-tours.co.uk or email email@example.com. For further information on Universcience click here