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Musee EDF Electropolis

55 rue du Paturage, 68200 Mulhouse, France
+33 3 89 32 48 50
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An interesting place but not more, not a must but a can. Don't forget to see the show about... read more

Reviewed 2 December 2016
Ralf G
Suhl, Germany
Not enough interactivity

As we were curious we had to discover this Museum, we have done it and we are a bit disappointed... read more

Reviewed 9 October 2016
Raphael C
via mobile
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2 Dec 2016
8 Oct 2016
“Not enough interactivity ”
55 rue du Paturage, 68200 Mulhouse, France
+33 3 89 32 48 50
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Reviewed 2 December 2016

An interesting place but not more, not a must but a can. Don't forget to see the show about electrostatic effects.

Thank Ralf G
Reviewed 9 October 2016 via mobile

As we were curious we had to discover this Museum, we have done it and we are a bit disappointed. Not enough fun, too much similar things. For us it was too much kind of sad and boring. The parts we did appreciate was the...More

Thank Raphael C
Reviewed 28 July 2016

We came to Mulhouse to see the Car and Train Museums. This one rates number 4 on Trip Advisor and is next door the Train Museum so we thought why not. Ok. It's not terrible and includes a very impressive huge machine from the 1930's...More

Thank AnselmColom
Reviewed 9 May 2016

The museum is nice to visit with children, it has lots of interesting toys for them, plus some demonstration for Faraday Cage and Electrostatic tension, overall interesting- and JUST IN FRENCH. There are also some nice toys and games close to the exit of the...More

Thank David_Cr403
Reviewed 27 August 2015

i went there with my young child, almost 6 years old, he was enjoying this visit. You can find a lot of interesting things, to undeerstand the importance of elitricity in our life and how it helps us... Children are not paying

Thank mcic1971
Reviewed 5 April 2015

We did not have any child with us and we have already visited a few science museums with electricity sections (for instance in Milano, Italy and in Munich, Germany). Maybe due to these reasons, we have been disappointed. Indeed, compared to other museums, Electropolis has...More

1  Thank Sergio b
Reviewed 29 January 2015

I was actually reluctant to go here, given that I did not think I would be interested. However I was very pleasantly surprised to find it fascinating! Well presented, relevant and interactive, I learned heaps and thoroughly enjoyed the couple of hours we spent here.

Thank BendigoRobin
Reviewed 7 January 2015

It was a decent museum. Lots of detailed information on how electricity was discovered and the subsequent inventions. Very cool opening scene describing how towns and cities evolved using electricity. The big generator in the basement was a highlight. The outside exhibits are shabby, tired...More

1  Thank sarahjeaton
Reviewed 27 December 2014

The exhibit starts with an extensive model city that takes you through how we use electricity and some of the ways we produce and transport it. Be aware that the voice over for this area comes in both French and English so if you have...More

Thank woodhf
Reviewed 2 September 2014

Very interesting with a tour guide who is obviously passionate about her job. Our guide adapted the tour to her public.

Thank NiShiordain
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