La Coupole is open everyday without interruption from 9.00 am to 6.00 pm and from 10.00 am to 7.00 pm in July and August.
In order to welcome you in the best possible conditions and in complete safety, a certain number of protective measures are put in place such as: obligation of wearing a mask for people over 11, adapted visit tour, limitation of the number of visitors (History Centre and Planetarium), provision of hydroalcoholic gel in the various areas of the site, daily cleaning and disinfection of the various equipment (including audio guides and 3D glasses), respect for barrier gestures and social distancing rules, contactless payment preferred, etc.
"Heading to the Moon: challenges and men"
On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Man's first steps on the Moon, La Coupole lets you relive this extraordinary adventure which let Man realise one of his oldest dreams. Entitled "Heading to the Moon: challenges and men", this great exhibition recalls the origins and foundations of space conquest and is composed of four parts which adress the high-level technological and scientific challenges, the Moon Hoax (the theory which argues that humanity never went to the Moon), the battle between the United Stars and the USSR and a part where the visitor can contemplate magnificient photographies, in large format, of the Earth seen from the Moon and the Moon seen from the Earth.
Exhibition presented to the public until September 2020.