Musée des Arts et Métiers

Hi, it’s me Marimonda!

Today, I’d like to introduce you an interesting museum in Paris <Musée des Arts et Métiers>.

Founded in 1794 by Henri Grégoire, it is a museum where you can see the progress of technology in history. The museum consists of seven parts : Scientific instruments, Materials, Energy, Mechanics, Construction, Communication and Transport. It was interesting to see all the technological development in one place.

Here, you can see from Pascal’s calculating machine to Blériot’s plane. The thing I liked the most in the museum was not only they displayed the instruments but also provided some videos with important inventions in history. Instead of guessing the functions of the instruments, you can see how it actually worked on a small screen in front of the showcase. That really helped me understand the principles beneath the machine.

I recommend to visit this museum especially when you travel with kids. They can explore the world of science and technology freely. Also, parents can recall their memories when they were kids. Looking at the telephone, TV, radios, or other things that I’ve used when I was young was interesting. For this reason, I think it’s a good museum to visit with a family. All family members from different generations can share their experiences and it’ll be a good opportunity to open a conversation.

The opening hour is from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. except Thursday (to 9:30 p.m.). If you have a limited time in Paris, you can visit there on the evening. Plus, it’s free on Thursday after 6:00 p.m. I went there around 6:30 p.m. and I enjoyed the museum until it was closed. Even if it’s free you need to get the ticket from the ticket booth.

Enjoy your travel with Marimonda! See you soon 🙂

Practical Info.

Address : 60 Rue Réaumur, 75003 Paris

Hours : 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. (Thursday 9:30 p.m.)

Price : adult  € 8

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