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CERN, in Geneva, is the world’s largest particle physics research centre. CERN has recently brought into service the world’s most powerful accelerator, the LHC (Large Hadron Collider), which will provide new insights into the Universe and how it...more
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As part of my birthday a trip to Geneva and to CERN was planned. Booking early to get on the public 2 hour tour is essential. We caught the 18 tram out from Cornavin station which took about 15-20 minutes. The reception is opposite the...More
the two exposition Microcosme & the globe are place you need to visit . The help a lot to understand the univers . Explanation are mare for everybody. No need to be able to resolve Scjordinger equation
You have to go to CERN! There's a fabulous exhibition (free) explaining in a hands-on way the basic problems of the universe. Unfortunately we left it too late to book on to a tour of the laboratories, so make sure you do it early. This...More
Had a stopover in Geneva and thought going to CERN would have been an interesting stop. It wasn't too hard to get there (bus and walking) and got there around 0840. The office was full of students (since it was school holidays and looked like...More
Had to go here as we have two science and 'Big Bang Theory' mad teenagers. We didn't book the tour but instead visited the two permanent free exhibitions, which was enough. It was very interesting and interactive with loads of videos showing staff members explaining...More
Came here but could not get on an English speaking tour- it gets booked up quickly. So I went on a French speaking tour even though I dont speak french.! I could tell he was enthusiastic - Much here can be seen without booking a...More
Came to visit after learning about the place for years but they don't let you see the actual facility underground so in reality all you're seeing is an exhibition that could be anywhere. It's best to e-mail them and find out when the facility is...More
On the Guided tours for individuals page, there is a link at the bottom "Alternatively click here to create a CERN lightweight account." You create a CERN account, and then you can log in with that account and book a tour.