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Entertainment Paris: for its first anniversary, the Cité de l'énergie offers three free days

18:32  30 june  2020
18:32  30 june  2020 Source:   leparisien.fr

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Paris, février 2020. La Cité de l’Economie ou Citéco (XVIIe) a ouvert ses portes en juin 2019. © LP / Olivier Arandel Paris, February 2020. The Cité de l'Economie or Citéco (XVIIth) opened its doors in June 2019.

On the occasion of its first anniversary, the Cité de l'énergie, in the 17th arrondissement of Paris, reopens on Wednesday. It will be free for 3 days until Friday for everyone, and all summer for those under 26.

The opportunity to discover the permanent journey of this museum known as Citéco, which offers over 2,400 m² of educational access to economic mechanisms and issues with 58 videos, 26 multimedia games, 15 interactive manipulations. "It is also an opportunity to visit the Hotel Gaillard, a neo-Renaissance masterpiece classified as a Historic Monument which attracts the elderly," points out its director, Philippe Gineste.

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Two hours visit on average

Inaugurated on June 14, 2019, Citéco, created under the aegis of the Banque de France (which finances the site each year for 3.8 million euros), has already welcomed 51,500 visitors. “Our goal was to reach 100,000 visitors each year. We would have largely arrived there if we had not suffered the strikes at the end of 2019 and the coronavirus crisis, ”says Philippe Gineste.

According to the museum, this first result attests to the enthusiasm on the part of the general public. "We recommend that children over 7 years old be visited without any age limit," underlines Philippe Gineste. High school students and young adults find it very attractive and spend almost 2 hours here. ” It is also the average time spent for families, when there are twelve hours of potential visitation.

The safe room with its 350 objects relating in particular to the creation of banknotes is a great success. The online development of Citéco (on the Instagram account of the City of the Economy), offers videos celebrating this first past year, quirky weekly podcasts, and videos of the members of the scientific council who bring different points of view on the crisis. Health crisis which, in turn, would also merit its entry into the museum stages soon.

1, place du Général-Catroux (17th century). Ticketing open online only on the site ( citeco.fr ) to reserve a visit schedule from noon to 5 pm in compliance with health safety standards.

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