Very interesting museum with many models of scientific discoveries. The exhibits are arranged by theme with a good flow. You might spend a couple of hours or even more if you want to look at each sections in detail
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This is a Paris treasure often overlooked. One day we were at the Louvre with thronging crowds and the next, had this one almost to ourselves. Go figure? If you have an engineering, construction, mechanical or technical interest, you won't want to miss this absolute...More
We wish that we had allowed more time to visit this wonderful Museum. I think we only saw a quarter of what there was to see..
It is almost impossible to take a closer look at all the things they have in this museum. It shows all kinds of technical developments in the very nice atmosphere of an old academy building, with one part of the museum even built into a...More
interesting for seeing things from industrial age: trains, planes, etc. Seems to appeal to kids of around age 8-11 or so. and industrial buffs. A little bland for my taste.
Visited the museum specifically to see the Dior exhibition. It was absolutley fantastic! The pieces on display were gorgeous and the whole exhibition was beautifully put together. I was in Paris for three days and did all the usual touristy things, this exhibition was the...More
When you've done the art and architecture try this museum. Everything from Foucault's pendulum to early aircraft by way of ships engines. Great for of all ages and sexes.
I have a Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering, so it is natural that I am biased toward technical side. With that said, this museum is so much better than other attractions in Paris (including Louvre). This place has well designed themes and detailedly explained...More
Set in delightful buildings that used to be a beautiful monastery, the impressive collection tells the story, in a simple but effective way, of how different forms of scientific technology have developed since the 18th century. Included are aeroplanes, magically hanging from the ceilings, motor...More