Inside, you can immerse your curiosity in the mysteries of human culture and natural science, with exhibitions that encourage dialogue between the disciplines of palaeontology, mineralogy, zoology, ethnography, archaeology, and science and technology. Egyptian mummies, a 155 million year old dinosaur skeleton, fossils, and a replica of Sputnik 2 ...
- * Fast-track access to Musée des Confluences
- * Access to the permanent and temporary exhibitions
- * Free lockers
- * Guided tours in French are available at an extra cost * Under-13s must be accompanied by an adult * Luggage and large items aren't allowed * Free entry with ID: under-18s, apprentices, civic service volunteers, students up to 26, job-seekers & disabled visitors (>80%) with a disability card + 1 carer * Security checks are carried out at the entrance, which may cause slight delays * A short waiting time is possible depending on visitor numbers * In case of a very large influx and to guarantee the comfort and safety of its visitors, the museum may be forced to close its ticket office early
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Remember that with a pandemic, the documentation required may vary from place to place. Confirm what local authorities may require: proof of full vaccination, negative PCR test, and more. Find out what are the requirements of your destination and the location of the activity.
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