Around the exhibition
The exhibition Extinctions: the end of a world ? Represents an opportunity for the Museum to devise a programme of meetings, conferences, and events on the theme of biodiversity and the future of life on Earth. This far-reaching programme has been designed to raise awareness about our place on the planet and the means available to us to live in harmony with it.
Workshop ans visites
Self-guided tour, with your smartphone
In the form of a quiz, the Museum Mobile Tour propose a special course for Extinctions exhibition, learn while having fun !
Good to know :
- No download necessary
- Headphones might be useful
- The quiz is available in french, english and spanish (the tour is fully translated into spanish)
- 8 IPAD are on free loan at the reception desk
What is an extinction ? What can we learn from previous extinction events ? To what extent are living beings able to adapt after a crisi s? And what about humans in all of this ?
This guided visit helps us to better understand the world in which we are living, making use of the insight and knowledge provided by the five extinctions that the Earth has already experienced.
- Wednesdays at 04:15 pm
- Saturdays and Sundays at 11:15 am and 04:00 pm (except the 1st Sunday of the month: 11:15 am, 03:15 pm, 04:45 pm). Times vary during school holidays and special events.Register at reception. Length: 45 minutes
During holidays : Rendez-Vous
Lab: "It’s a crisis!"
This is a journey through time to discover the great extinctions that have punctuated the history of life on Earth. Visitors will meet the iconic survivors and those that have disappeared. They will understand the possible causes of the great extinctions and go forth into the mysterious and uncertain lands of the future.
Saturdays and Sundays 02:00 pm to 05:30 pm except the 1st Sunday of the month and the preceding Saturday. Times vary during school holidays and special events. Free access, included in the entrance fee.
Quiz: "Will you be the weakest link?"
A quiz enables visitors to revise their knowledge and ask about the future of living species on Earth, including that of humans…
Champs Libres studio. Saturdays and Sundays at 04:15 pm except the 1st Sunday of the month. Times vary during school holidays. Free access, included in the entrance fee. Length: 45 minutes