Musée en Herbe
13 Jun → 28 Feb 2021
Every day from 10am to 7pm. Nocturne Thu > 9pm
Spiders, fireflies, butterflies: funny little bugs are invading the Musée en Herbe! Conceived with specialists from the National Museum of Natural History in Paris, this artistic-scientific exhibition is designed as an exploration of the fauna of the gardens. Fascinating and sometimes little-known, these animals populate our daily lives and have inspired many artists. During the wandering between vivariums, boards and entomological collections, visitors will also be able to confront Louise Bourgeois' spiders, to struggle in the threads of Tomás Saraceno's works, to dream amidst the fireflies of the magical environment of the street artist Ludo. They will visit an explorer-collector in a living room filled with works of art by Salvador Dalí or Philippe Pasqua, before setting off to discover a greenhouse housing an extraordinary creature. This is a real adventure for children, who, equipped with an explorer's notebook, will immerse themselves in the artworks thanks to a unique technology created by Artmyn. All in all, the perfect opportunity to better understand the nature that surrounds us, young and old alike!