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Great Scientific history !!

The museum is a great reflection of the wonderful work done by some of the renowed scientist and... read more

Reviewed 2 April 2017
SUMIT R
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New Delhi, India
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Small and nice museum worth a visit

A great museum with a lot less people than on the major attractions in Paris, spend an hour or so... read more

Reviewed 27 July 2016
Mattias B
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Gothenburg, Sweden
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2 Apr 2017
“Great Scientific history !!”
27 Jul 2016
“Small and nice museum worth a visit”
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Guided tours are offered of the home of Louis Pasteur, the scientist who discovered pasteurization, the technique by which bacteria are destroyed in certain types of foods.
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25 rue du Docteur Roux, 75724 Paris, France
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+33 1 45 68 82 83
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Reviewed 2 April 2017 via mobile

The museum is a great reflection of the wonderful work done by some of the renowed scientist and researchers . The place is been well preserved and tells us about the time when great people like louis pasteur use to work. The neighbouring institute pasteur...More

4  Thank SUMIT R
Reviewed 27 July 2016

A great museum with a lot less people than on the major attractions in Paris, spend an hour or so walking around looking at the life of Pasteur, located just opposite of the Pasteur Institute where his heritage lives on.

Thank Mattias B
Reviewed 13 July 2016

On a recent trip to Paris we and our grandson had the opportunity to visit and tour the Pasteur Museum which is part of the famous scientific Institute. This short tour takes about 1 hour and is most likely the best kept secret in this...More

8  Thank Andy3325
Reviewed 20 June 2016 via mobile

You can discover the life of Pasteur who is insanely smart and amazing as a scientist. It was an interesting visit to see how a house for high class family looked like 200 years ago. I was shocked to find a bathtub with seperate taps...More

Thank Diana L
Reviewed 15 October 2015 via mobile

We were not aware before we asked at the gate whether the museum was open to the public. With no difficulty, we got a security pass and joined an afternoon tour. There was not much guiding, as most of the information we got was from...More

2  Thank R2Regina
Reviewed 8 October 2015

Pasteur was amazing, saved many lives with his work. The Museum did a great job preserving his house and tools he used. They have all his family furniture and set up as he lived. Tour in French, but they give me a info sheet so...More

3  Thank BuenoOrNot
Reviewed 6 July 2015

As a microbiologist, I HAD to visit this museum, and was very impressed with the scientific and personal items that one could see there. It is definitely worth the trip and the entry fee. However, the staff and museum policies definitely do not make you...More

3  Thank Vicky M
Reviewed 26 January 2015

When I asked my friend for some advice about visiting Paris, she exclaimed, "I went to the BEST place - Louis Pasteur's house - you MUST go there!" To be fair, we are both medical doctors, so perhaps that gave it some extra interest for...More

7  Thank doctorlondon2015
Reviewed 18 June 2014

Pasteur was such an interesting and accomplished man.. unfortunately, he is really let down by the "tour" at this museum. In order to view the museum, you must go on a 'guided tour'. However, the tour consists of a lady taking you into a small...More

7  Thank Canadiantravelz
Reviewed 23 March 2014 via mobile

A very interesting museum with beautiful rooms! The guided tour (which is obligatory) is a bit poor. I had the impression that the guide did not really like his job. Nevertheless I recommend this museum to everyone who is interested in science or who likes...More

3  Thank johazz
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Unfortunately it looks like the museum is more or less closed to tourists now, post November 2015. You have to book 3+ months in advance and you have to go with a pre-arranged group making it more or less impossible to visit... More
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