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This exhibition based on the works of Eric Tourneret and the scientific experts with whom he collaborated is designed to present the latest scientific discoveries regarding bees : communication, intelligence, organisation of the colonies. It also tells the story of the relationship between men and bees around the pursuit of honey.

Several educational devices have been designed especially for the exhibition : models, educational beehives, « active » beehive behind a glass screen, sound immersion, interactive quizzes, tactile tour, games, and discovery booklets. In addition to the exhibition, the Museum also organises scientific and art workshops, conferences, shows, video screenings, and public readings for children and adults. 

Practical info

Exhibition

Bees: a natural history

From April 6 to November 10
Venue

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Place du Vieux-Marché

ACCESSIBILITY
  • Visitors with physical disabilities
  • Visitors with hearing impairment
  • Visitors with mental disabilities
  • Visitors with visual impairment
OPENING HOURS

Du mardi au dimanche De 10h à 12h et de14h à 18h
Fermé jeudi matin et lundi
Fermé le 14 juillet

Seules la salle d'exposition du rez-de-chaussée, la salle d'animation et la boutique sont accessibles aux visiteurs à mobilité réduite

PRICE

Tarifs : 5€ / 3€
Gratuit moins de 26 ans
Gratuit pour tous, le premier samedi du mois

Discovery tour

Étape 18 du From stairways to basins

CULTURAL MEDIATION

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How to get here
Ligne 2 - Arrêt Muséum
Ligne 4 - Arrêt Muséum
ON SITE
  • Ticket sales
  • Store
  • Bike parking
  • Free parking
  • Paid parking
  • WC
  • Wi-fi
  • Rest area
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