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The Largest Dinosaurs that Ever Lived

From October 24th, 2012 until May 13, 2013

11/27/2012

The Paris Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle presents its new exhibition on the anatomy of the largest dinosaurs ever discovered. Called sauropods, these animals lived on Earth for 140 millon years. They weighed up to 90 tons and were as tall as four buses piled on top of each other.

Map & Directions

Location : Paris Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle
Grande Galerie de l’Evolution
36 rue Geoffroy-Saint-Hilaire
75005 Paris
The closest metro stations are Censier-Daubenton (line 10) and Gare d’Austerlitz (lines 5 and 10). The closest RER station is Gare d’Austerlitz on line C.


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Opening hours

From October 24th, 2012 until May 13, 2013: open every day of the week except on Tuesday and May 1st, from 10AM to 6PM.

Tickets

Full rate tickets: 9euros
Children and young adults (4 to 25), discount cardholders [1]: 7euros
Children under 4: free admission
The tickets give you free access to the Evolution Gallery.

You can buy your tickets online on the Museum website (in French).

For more information, please visit the Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle website.

Footnotes

[1] SNCF "Famille nombreuse" card; "Enseignant Pass Education"; SECAS members; Cézam cardholders; Activ’ cardholders)