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Unmissable in Lyon, the musée des Confluences tells the story of mankind and the history of life. Unprecedented in the world of European museums, it sets up a dialogue between all the sciences to better understand the world. Live out a unique...more
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86 quai Perrache | 86 Quai Perrache, 69285, Lyon, France
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A must on any visit to Lyon. We went on a wet morning in August expecting massive queues. There was a fairly short but quick queue for tickets but apart from that we felt no pressure from crowds, including the cafe. Amazing structure and several...More
We only visited the four permanent exhibits, take care to follow the map because the rooms are laid out strangely considering how you arrive and we ended up starting at the end... Anyway, a concise history of global evolution and societies, I felt like it...More
It’s a nice and interesting place to visit, but only if you have time left in Lyon, after visiting the VieuxLyon and the Museum of Fine Arts of Lyon.
The entrance is free for students from all over the world between 18-26 years, and if...More
The fabulous Confluence of two rivers offers this marvel of architecture and its contents. The exhibits are stunning, the building is stunning, the location is stunning and even eating in the Bistro is, yes! stunning, do it, immerse, you will be so glad you did....More
on the confluence of the Rhone and the Shone river a mordern building with lot of learning oppurtunity.Also had the privilage to see the carcas of a prehistoric elephant like mammoth ,i think its called a Mastodon which was excavated from the same palce where...More
An incredible anthropology museum for all ages and individuals. There are two main levels, one of temporary exhibitions and one of permanent exhibits featuring four rooms on the second level involving the study of human cultures specifically on our origins, societies, species, and the study...More