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Paris: Cité des Sciences et de l'Industrie Entry Ticket

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.

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What people are saying about Canal Saint-Martin

What a great surprise! One day is barely enough to take full advantage of these interesting, surprising, fun exhibitions that make you look at the world around us with different and amazed eyes. We will be back for sure.

Quick access thanks to the voucher. The museum is impressive, we weren't able to enjoy all of it due to our late arrival! It takes 2-3 hours to do everything

Nice experience especially for children. If you want to visit the submarine you have to book it immediately at the entrance and so also the planetarium

Great Experience, Very Interesting for the Young Children. would need at least a day

Tour of the brain, sounds, mathematics, robots and the universe.