From June 13 to July 19
COVID-19 information: Protective health measures to be applied during your visit:
- Wear a mask (not provided — anyone without a mask will not be allowed on board)
- Rub your hands with hydro-alcoholic gel before boarding (2 squeezes of gel) on the ship’s gangway, and when leaving the schooner at the end of your visit
- Respect the distance of one meter between each person
- Don’t wear gloves (they encourage fixation and thus propagation of the virus)
From exploration to preservation: when the Ocean comes to town
The research schooner Tara, representing the Tara Ocean Foundation, is currently docked in Paris. Through guided tours of the legendary boat, we invite you to travel, dream and discover. On the eve of the 2020, what if we take a fresh look at our relationship with the Ocean and marine biodiversity?
During the week and the weekend, from June 13 to July 19, the Tara Ocean Foundation will be happy to welcome you aboard to learn about the schooner and the various instruments used for scientific research. Children are welcome as long as they are accompanied. Unfortunately, the access on Tara is not adapted to welcome people with reduced mobility and animals are not accepted on board.
Please bring your ticket, digital or printed, for your visit!
During the week (except Tuesdays): from 2 pm to 6 pm
During the weekend: from 10 am to noon and from 2 pm to 6 pm
Exceptional opening on Tuesday 14 July: 10am to 12pm and from 2pm to 6pm
Tariff : 5€ / free for children under 12 years old
Quai de Seine (left bank), Alexandre III bridge, 75007 Paris
Between Pont des Invalides and Pont Alexandre III
Metro: Lines 8, 13 and RER C at Invalides / Lines 1 and 13 at Champs-Elysée Clemenceau
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