Due to the coronavirus epidemic, Museum Night - initially planned on May 16th - has been reported to November 14th, 2020. As for the program, what has been already announced is no longer guaranteed and will be subject to an update depending on the announcements from participants. Thank you for your understanding.
Set in the former places of life of Marie Curie, at the very same spot as where she used to study and teach radioactivity over a century ago, the cultural venue offers several informative tours and activities suiting family, all year long.
And on this special occasion, you can – among others – visit the office of the female scientist, the chemistry laboratory kept as it was and even the amphitheater where the latter used to teach. An exclusive tour at night fall offering budding or skilled scientists the chance to discover this woman of sciences in a new light in every sense of the word.
A wonderful occasion to visit this place of knowledge, for free, an in an intimate spirit. Shall we go there, friends?
For even more ideas, check our following articles:
Museums Night in Ile de France:
You don't know where to start and it's too hard to choose? Have a look at our special guides:
Dates and Opening Time
On 14 November 2020
From 1 p.m. to 11 p.m.
1 Rue Pierre et Marie Curie
75005 Paris 5
RER B station "Luxembourg"