The permanent "Robots" exhibition, divided into six main sections, allows you to grasp the challenges of contemporary robotics, interact with real robots and tackle the major issues linked to their arrival in our daily lives.
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Audience aged 11 years and up
Trilingual exhibition (French, English, Spanish)
The Cité is open from Tuesday to Saturday 10.00 am - 6.00 pm and 10.00 am - 7.00 pm on Sunday.
- Accessible to visually impaired visitors
- Accessible to visitors with reduced mobility
- Accessible to deaf and hard of hearing visitors
Prepare for your visit
Small strollers are allowed in the museum: ramps and elevators allow access to all exhibition areas.
Around the exhibition
What is a robot? How does it work? How is research progressing, what are the challenges and the economic and social questions posed by robotics in the twenty-first century?
Robots - the book of the exhibition
Today, as robots are becoming increasingly present in our professional, public and private lives, it is vital to understand their technological capabilities. We must more fully comprehend how they can help us and master their uses. Robots continue to fascinate us but our idea of them, stemming from literature and cinema, is often a purely imaginary one.
This illustrated book accompanies the Robots exhibition at the Cité des sciences et de l’industrie. It contains links to a series of videos. You can scan their QR codes to watch them online.
48 pages, 9,95 €