October 8 and 9, 2022
at the Jardin des Plantes and the Musée de l'Homme
science day 2022 at the MHNH
  • WE love : many free activities with passionate people
  • Age For all, from 4 years old
  • When October 8 and 9, from 1 to 6 pm
  • Place : at Garden of plants (Paris 5th), at the Musée de l'Homme (Paris 16th)
  • Free for all - Attention, some activities on reservation

The Science Festival at the Jardin des Plantes - Main info

  • In the program, About thirty free activities are offered to introduce the public to various disciplines related to natural sciences.
  • The proposed activities in the laboratories, in the classrooms and in the alleys of the Jardin des Plantes. Researchers, animators and mediators will be on site to share their knowledge and their pedagogy with children (from 4 years old), teenagers and adults
  • Highlight: " Charles Darwin's musical journey "is a show (from 8 years old) to discover the life of the famous scientist. Inspired by his book The Voyage of the BeagleIt is a tale all in music and whistling. It is embodied by Les Chanteurs d'oiseaux, comedians and artists imitating these flying animals. See you at theVerniquet amphitheater Saturday and Sunday at 4:00 p.m. (reservations are strongly recommended from September 28 onwards with the box office).  
  • of the initiations fossil casting (from 4 years old)
  • of the workshops to better understand the rats of Paris (from 4 years old)
  • of the exclusive visits Discovering participatory science (from 6 years old)
  • of the demonstrations on "astronaut plants" (from 10 years old)
  • of the mini-conferences on "climate change and the Asian hornet" (from 10 years old)
  • the discovery different scientific laboratories (from 12 years old)
  • of the meetings and screenings during "sound nature cycles" (from 14 years old)

discover science during the 2022 science festival

The Science Festival at the Musée de l'Homme - Main info

  • On Saturday and Sunday workshops are open to visitors (from 5 years old)
  • Discover the evolution of Man, beekeeping through the evolution of beehives, paleogenetics, the reading of DNA, the origin of walking and the archaeozoology of prehistory.

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