Metiers Art Museum
90 locals recommend ·
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It’s a beautiful experience, especially with kids (of for big kids ;) ) ! It is super interesting.
Museum of Arts & Crafts Science & Technology in an old church housing the Foucault pendulum.
Created in 1794 by Father Grégoire as "a warehouse for new and useful inventions" is the museum of technological innovation
It is less famous but contains some of the most relevant inventions and discoveries for our daily life. Plus the first clock that proves that the earth is rotating. Very worth seeing it with your own eyes.
This is your chance to follow in the footsteps of inventors and pioneers of progress and explore a one-of-a-kind repository of scientific and technical knowledge... Founded in 1794 by Henri Grégoire, the Conservatoire national des arts et métiers, "a store of new and useful inventions," is a museum…
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