Created as part of the 1937 Paris Exposition, the Palace of Discovery can be found at the end of the Champs-Elysées, and deserves its status as a temple of modern science. Intended to form a connection between laboratories and the general public, it seeks to explore and explain both the history of science and the great scientific discoveries of our time. The museum is divided into sections, with areas dedicated to astronomy, mathematics, physics, astrophysics, the life sciences, geology and chemistry. The Eureka room is filled with interactive exhibits, and there are spaces devoted to digital and computer sciences as well. As it has expanded, the Palace of Discovery has remained true to its purpose, to arouse curiosity in science and to promote science to the public as a source of fun and fascination. Loved by both adults and children, its temporary exhibitions offer a pretext to return year after year.