A showcase for the history of the Pasteur Institute of Lille and oriented towards current scientific research, this museum was born of a desire to celebrate the scientific works of our researchers. It provides access for all to the collections of the Pasteur Institute of Lille and therefore to the history of those who built it. The Institut Pasteur Museum in Lille pays tribute to its founding fathers, talented researchers and humanists whose work has saved millions of lives throughout the world. Louis Pasteur, Albert Calmette and Camille Guérin. The aesthetics of this contemporary exhibition come alive throughout the exhibition: the museum becomes a place of discovery and amazement, of learning and wonder. Combining art and science, history and modernity, new technologies and poetry, the Institut Pasteur museum in Lille provides an undeniable scientific mediation, especially for young people and their families. Stimulating interest in science, research and health is a major concern for the Pasteur Institute of Lille. Open to the public: Saturday and Sunday 10am-12pm and 2pm-5pm. Accessible to wheelchair users. Group visits: Monday to Friday by reservation Metro line 2, stop "Lille Grand Palais".
18 boulevard Louis XIV
The museum will be exceptionally closed on 5 and 6 November 2022.