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CITE DE L'ESPACE

The Space Adventure Park welcomes you with family or friends for a unique experience in the heart of the Space!

. . . What if you were the future Thomas Pesquet? To prepare yourself, discover the new « ASTRONAUTES » exhibition to discover the « EXTRA-ordinary » life of astronauts aboard the International Space Station!

 

PREFERENTIAL RATES 2018

 

Cité de l'espace billeterie

Tickets all year round :

Adult Rate - Day Ticket

21 € per adult

(i. e. the public price for the low season all year round!)

 

Children's fare - Day ticket

15,50 € per child (from 5 to 18 years old included)

(i. e. the public price for the low season all year round!)

 

 

Undated, non-nominative tickets.

 

 

NEW PRODUCTS 2018

(Inclus dans le billet d'entrée)

 

  • New IMAX® theatrical film

« In the eyes of Thomas Pesquet » on a giant screen! Experience the recent space mission of ESA French astronaut Thomas Pesquet as close as possible !


 

A film shot by the ESA astronaut himself and directed by Pierre-Emmanuel Le Goff and Jürgen Hansen. A production of La Vingt-cinquième heure, in association with Prospect TV and Futuroscope, with the support of ESA, Cité de l'espace and CNC. 


  • A latest generation planetarium

New very high definition astronomical simulator (8K video), new chairs with voting boxes to interact with the show. . . Kiss the stars and galaxies in one of the largest and most modern planetariums in the world! 

 

  • Always up to date … the ASTRONAUTES exhibition to visit for the greatest pleasure of all ! 

Avec ASTRONAUTES, découvrez « l’EXTRA-ordinaire » vie des astronautes à bord de la Station Spatiale Internationale (ISS).

 

 

The Cité de l'Espace is open all year round (except January).

Find all the opening dates and times on the website

 

 

Access :

 

Only 25 minutes from Nailloux, direct access by the A61 motorway + Toulouse ring road (direction Albi) - exit N°17.

on a giant screen! Experience the recent space mission of ESA French astronaut Thomas Pesquet as close as possible!