The Muséum’s sites
The Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle, with its historical heart at the Jardin des Plantes, operates at 13 sites in Paris, Île-de-France and across France, 11 of which are open to the public.
Sites open to the public
- Jardin des Plantes (5th) with 7 sites are open to the public:
- Musée de l'Homme (16th)
- Parc zoologique de Paris (12th) (Paris Zoological Park)
- Arboretum Versailles-Chèvreloup (Yvelines)
Across the country
Sites réservés à la recherche
Centre for Research and Education on Coastal Systems (CRESCO)
38 rue du Port Blanc
+33 2 23 18 58 90
This marine station dates back to 1935. Recently transformed and renamed "CRESCO" (Centre de Recherche et d'Enseignement sur les Systèmes Côtiers), it offers a modern working space for researchers and students. This new scientific centre is the result of the collaboration between the Ifremer team in Saint-Malo and the Museum. Its objectives are research, observation, expertise and the dissemination of scientific culture on biodiversity and the sustainable management of coastal areas.
Campus Muséum - Brunoy
4 avenue du Petit-Château
+33 1 60 47 92 04 / 92 05
This research site, closed to the public, is home to teams specialising in forest ecology and the adaptive strategy of living organisms. Themes covered: functioning, evolution and regulatory mechanisms of tropical forest ecosystems and soil food webs.