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La Géode was built in 1985. It is an architectural work of art besides being a very special movie and events theatre equipped with state-of-theart technical facilities: an OmnimaxTM projector and a 4K digital projection system. One of the most...more
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26 avenue Corentin Cariou | 19th, 75019 Paris, France
I was very dissapointed. Being a non-French speaker this was just a waste of time. The film and the big schreen itself was cool, but when my children and I did not understand a thing, it took away the pleasure.
When purchasing the tickets at...More
First reaction is to admit I didn't realise how big it was. We originally accessed the globe by way of the theatre, not knowing it was open at the back had we of walked around the theatre. Didn’t really matter as the security staff at...More
When we first sat there. we felt it was just like any other IMAX, since the projection was not full. However, when the special film started, the projection was over the full half sphere, and it was unlike anything we've seen. The downside is that...More
First experience at the Geode last weekend. I saw America's Musical Journey.
Journey is narrated by Aloe Blacc. The best effects come from the wide open views, LA, NYC, Chicago in this case. The advantages of 180° projection will be better with large landscapes.
It was the second time we visited this giant mirror ball that has IMAX theatre. It's at the area of science museum in the Park de la Villette. This time we got off at the metro station Porte de Pantin so we had to walk...More
We went to the Géode to see the film "Baleines" (called "Humpback Whales" in English).
The theatre itself is fascinating. Access is either by walking around the back of the Cité des Sciences and down a stairs into the moat, or going to level -2...More
This futuristic landscape has come to define the northeast of Paris. The Saint-Denis canal is framed with luscious lawns and metallic buildings over a wide-open space. Home to Europe's largest science museum, this area rewards daytime and nighttime explorations; there are three concert spaces, plus cinemas and bars, and even open-air cinema in the summer. The surrounding homes are a sharp contrast to
the futuristic space. Though on the outskirts of Paris, La Villette is worth the short Metro ride from the centre.
It is possible, however to the best of my knowledge there is no direct train, so you would have to change. Search on any of the European train websites for services on the day that you would like to travel. Southern services... More
It is possible, however to the best of my knowledge there is no direct train, so you would have to change. Search on any of the European train websites for services on the day that you would like to travel. Southern services typically leave from the Paris Montparnasse train station, which is well-connected to the Metro/RER system.