Halloween 2022: discover the Stranger Sciences workshops at the Musée des Arts et Métiers

Written by Cecile D, photos by Laurent B. Posted on Oct 18, 2022 at 9:56 pm

The Musée des Arts et Métiers celebrates Halloween with every curiosity! From October 25-30, 2022, come and take part in the various workshops and activities of Stranger Sciences, a Halloween event not to be missed.

yes, Halloween, here they are gourd Disguise, sweets, haunted houses…but it’s also a good time to visit museum please enter ! Ago Halloween holidayAnd on Halloween, Arts and Crafts Museum In Paris he offers us many unusual and extraordinary workshops, which should please the whole family.

Come and enjoy with Workshops and the themed toursduring the event strange science. Curious and smart kids can put their cunning minds and thirst for knowledge to good use with these fun and educational activities, which turn this entire museum into a haven for monsters of all kinds!

For youngsters or young teens, for those who love stories and those who prefer to make treasures with their own hands… For all Halloween lovers, there is one possible destination, From 25 to 30 October 2022 : Direction of the Museum of Arts and Crafts.

In the Stranger Sciences Program at the Museum of Arts and Crafts:

  • Fantastic corpse: a museum investigation
    Friday, October 28, 2022 from 6:30 pm to 8 pm (session every 30 minutes)
    What could be better than a night at the Musée des Arts et Métiers to come and tremble for an evening. Come and play the role of trained detectives and solve a mysterious death problem.
    Free, registration at the reception on the same day, within the limits of available places (from 12 years old)

For 4-6 years old kids

  • Family Workshop | animated map
    Tuesday 25 and Sunday 30 October 2022 at 10:30 am (Duration: 1 hour)
    Did you say Phantasmagoria? Come and shiver while discovering accessories for the great pre-cinema shows! In the workshop, children together with their parents make a “moving card” on the theme of Halloween.
    Online booking required
    Price: 4.50€ per child and 6.50€ per adult
  • Adair’s bat
    Wednesday 26 and Saturday 29 October 2022 at 10:30 am (Duration: 30 minutes)
    What is this bat that is hovering in the museum? With this flash workshop, you will learn more about this funny plane and be able to leave with your own model of bat!
    Registration at the reception on the same day, within the limits of available places
    Activity included in the permanent collection ticket price
  • Halloween tale
    Friday, October 28 and Saturday, October 29, 2022 11:30 a.m. (Duration 30 minutes)
    Do you dare to enter the witch’s closet and come and listen to a Halloween tale? Children – and parents – are invited to come and frolic at the Musée des Arts et Métiers!
    Registration at the reception on the same day, within the limits of available places
    Activity included in the permanent collection ticket price

For children from 7 to 12 years old

  • visit flash | Lavoisier’s magic potions
    Tuesday 25 and Thursday 27 October 2022 at 11 am; Wednesday, October 26, 2022 at 2 pm (Duration: 15 minutes)
    Who said chemistry isn’t fun? With some amazing experiments, create a magic potion in the wizards’ treasury and measure yourself against the greatest of alchemists: Lavoisier.
    Without registration, included in the permanent collection ticket price
    Meeting point: Scientific Instruments Collection (2nd floor)
  • Family Workshop | visual games
    Wednesday, October 26, 2022 at 2:30 pm (Duration: 1 hour)
    There are amazing games in the museum’s collections… Discover their connection to pre-cinema. In the workshop, each child makes a visual game related to the Halloween theme.
    Online booking required Price: 4.50 EUR per child and 6.50 EUR per adult
  • Family Workshop | Halloween at work
    Thursday 27, Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 October 2022 at 2:30 pm (Duration: 1 hour)
    Did you say Phantasmagoria? Come and freak out while discovering the accessories for the great pre-cinema shows, as well as the first-on-the-movie special effects! In the workshop, children together with their parents make an animated Halloween-themed map.
    Online booking required
    Price: 4.50€ per child and 6.50€ per adult
    7 years old (and over)
  • Manufacturers | Make a monster mouth
    From Tuesday 25 to Sunday 30 October 2022, from 1.30 pm to 5 pm (Duration: 30 to 45 minutes)
    Come and customize the “cabezudos” or giant heads, to give them a look that is as scary as it is scary. Crumpled papers, bloodstained fabrics, rough and sticky materials, everything allowed to give them the perfect look for your Halloween party at the museum! Workshop in collaboration with Adrien Castillo, visual artist, creator of kits and accessories.
    No reservation, non-stop activity and included in the permanent group admission ticket price
    Go to the material gathering workshop (second floor)
    For everyone

Flash visits. Without registration, included in the price of the ticket for the permanent group I

  • Frankenstein, the electric legend
    Tuesday 25, Thursday 27 and Sunday 30 October 2022 at 4 pm (Duration: 15 minutes)
    Mary Shelley, the creator of the Frankenstein monster, is still a child when an Italian scientist attempts to bring the body back to life using electricity. Was this general experience going to inspire her in her novel? Come understand how electricity works and discover the dismal experiences it has generated.
    Assembly Point: Power Gathering (1st floor)
  • Spiritual photography: Mummler and his ghosts
    Tuesday 25 and Thursday 27 October 2022 at 3 pm (Duration: 15 minutes)
    One day in 1861, American photographer William Mummler accidentally discovered that you can take pictures of spirits…really? Come discover photographic technology and understand how strange ghostly shapes can appear thanks to the double exposure process.
    Assembly point: Communications group (1st floor)
  • The Star: When Science Leads to Beliefs
    Tuesday 25, Thursday 27, Friday 28 and Sunday 30 October 2022 at 2 pm (Duration: 15 minutes)
    The first mechanical sky watch out of the ordinary. Ranked as the eighth wonder of the world, it is a jewel of technology from the Middle Ages, but it is also an object of amazing use: it made it possible to create towers. Come discover how this planetary clock works and delve into a time when science and belief were intertwined.
    Meet at the church, ground floor
  • Bertillon: Crime in the Lens
    Wednesday, October 26, 2022 at 3 pm (Duration: 15 minutes)
    In 1879, the French criminologist Alphonse Bertillon developed the Bertillonage process. Thanks to photography, it will revolutionize crime scene investigations and the identification of criminals. Come and discover the technique of photography and the beginnings of scientific police thanks to the precious testimonies left by Bertillon.
    Warning: Some images may offend the sensitivities of young children.
    Assembly point: Communications group (1st floor)
  • The piano: when the music is haunted
    Wednesday 26 and Friday 28 October at 4 pm (Duration: 15 minutes)
    There are musical instruments that can play alone! Come find out how mechanics can make us believe in ghosts and understand why certain music is known to be haunted.
    Meeting point: Mechanical group (1st floor)
  • church coffins
    Wednesday 26, Friday 28 and Sunday 30 October at 11 am (Duration: 15 minutes)
    In the old church of Saint-Martin-des-Champs there are amazing archaeological remains, in which strange silhouettes appear. Witnesses to the history of the museum’s ancestors, the Merovingian sarcophagi are also a reminder that we have been in the inhabited place for a long time.
    Meet at the church, ground floor
  • Addison’s neck: an invention to hear the dead?
    Friday 28 and Sunday 30 October at 3 pm (Duration: 15 minutes)
    At the end of the 19th century, technological ingenuity, such as the invention of the phonograph, shook society. If you can hear the voice of someone who is not in the room, why not try to capture the voices of those who are not in this world…but in the next? Come discover how the phonograph works and Edison’s crazy idea of ​​trying to record sounds from beyond the grave.
    Assembly Point: Power Gathering (1st floor)

This is a program full of surprises and emotions! It’s been decided, on Halloween and Halloween holidays, we’ll go to the museum!

Halloween 2022


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