For lovers of science and invention, this museum is a treasure. Every room holds something wonderful...Foucault's pendulum, the Lumière cinematograph, spy cameras, old cars and planes, a camera obscura and plates for daguerreotypes, Blaise Pascal's 1642 calculator, ancient telescopes, Antoine Lavoisier’s laboratory, clever 18th century automatons, a 19th century flying machine, and so much more.
There is an English map and, under each item, a short description in English.Slide shows demonstrating a process (for example, the making of a daguerreotype) have subtitles in French and English.
This might not be the best museum for little kids who get bored without lots of interactive gadgets. But for adults and older children...take your sense of wonder and set it free.
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