The Pasteur Museum is located in the South side of the Pasteur Institute first building in Paris, which was inaugurated on November the 14th, 1888.
Founded in 1936, this Museum keeps the memory of life and work of Louis Pasteur in the vast apartment he occupied during his last 7 years of life (1888 to 1895). This Museum also presents the room of scientific memories which illustrate the works of the Scientist, as the Byzantine style funeral chapel where Louis Pasteur has been interred.
25, rue du Docteur Roux - 75015 Paris - Phone: +33 (0)1 45 68 82 82
Station : Pasteur
To read more: Pasteur Museum website
From Monday to Friday (except holiday days) 2.00 pm till 5.30 pm
Closed in August.
The visit of the Museum understands: the apartment, the scientific memories room and the crypt.
Individual visit: Adults : 3 € - Students : 1,5 €
Groups : Adults : 5 € - Schools : 2,5 €
Visits for groups: 10 persons minimum and on meeting.
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