Les Étincelles du Palais de la Découverte: A Place That Makes Science Fun (and Learning Holidays!) – Paris ZigZag

A place of reference for all researchers and science enthusiasts Paris For more than 80 years, it has been Discovery Palace It is a display area dedicated to the dissemination of science. It is installed in one of the suites of the Grand Palais, and is now closed for renovation until 2024. Curious little ones will rejoice: the palace continues its activity and has moved into an ephemeral building, Sparks from the Discovery Palace, It is located in the heart of the André Citroën park, in the 15th arrondissement of Paris.

Fun Holidays Under the Flag

during the school holidaythe Sparks from the Discovery Palace It offers an engaging program for children and adults who want to discover or deepen some scientific fields in a fun way. One composes one activity program between Seven scientific disciplines (Chemistry, earth sciences, physics, information technology and digital sciences, life sciences, mathematics or even astronomy in Planetarium for full immersion in the confines of our galaxy). Wide choice to have fun in science! in Sparks, Emotional and wonderful mediators Offers experiments and demonstrations that change the school’s approach.

In the program: experiences of all kinds!

In this new environmental setting where curiosity and questioning are encouraged, mediums and mediums share their knowledge on engaging topics such as DNA discovery, experiments at -196 degrees with nitrogen liquid Discovering electrostatic forces using a high voltage machine Delivers 100,000 volts At Les Étincelles, during the school holidays, you compose your visiting program from 6 mediation places (2 in the morning and 4 in the afternoon) and 4 planetarium sessions. DrUnique experiences thanks to human mediation playful World Health Organization Perpetuates the spirit of the palace. The perfect way to spend an enriching family vacation and learn while having fun!

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Sparks Palace of Discovery:
Caroline Eagle Garden, 186 rue Saint Charles, Paris 15
Open on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 6pm.
(Tuesday to Sunday during the school holiday)

Photo : © Arnaud Robin

Online booking from 6 years old: billetterie.palais-decouverte.fr

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