The giant mirrorlike sphere known as the Géode ) shows hi-res 3D and Imax films (40 minutes each) projected onto a 180-degree screen to...
Cité des Sciences
This is the city’s top museum for kids, with three floors of hands-on exhibits for children aged two and up, plus two special-effects...
Parc de la Villette
The largest park in Paris, the Parc de la Villette is a cultural centre, kids’ playground and landscaped urban space at the intersection...
This very cool space in the Parc de la Villette (it looks like a gigantic yurt) is host to African, reggae and raï concerts as well as...
Lonely Planet review
The Cinaxe, a cinema with hydraulic seating for 60 people, moves in synchronisation with the action on the screen. Shows begin every 15 minutes.