Odyssey Paleospace


Contact details

Odyssey Paleospace

5 avenue Jean Moulin


Phone : 02 31 81 77 60

Fax : 02 31 81 92 35


  • Normandy Quality Tourism

Other labels

  • Normandy Sites and Monuments Club
  • Rates

    Base rate - full rate adult From 8 €

    Non-guided visit

    Reduced rate From 5.90 €

    Non-guided visit (children from 5 to 14, disabled people, jobseekers, students under 26)

    Rate for families From 26 €

    Non-guided visit (2 adults + 2 children)

    Rate for large families From 31 €

    Non-guided visit (2 adults + 3 children)

    Base rate - full rate adult From 10 €

    Audio-guided visit (entrance included)

    Base rate - full rate adult From 11 €

    Guided visit (entrance included)

    Base rate - full rate adult From 8.90 €


    Child rate From 6.90 €

    Planetarium (children from 7 to 14 - compulsory presence of an adult)

    Base rate - full rate adult From 14.90 €

    Planetarium + Paléospace free visit

    Child rate From 11.50 €

    Planétarium + Paléospace free visit (children from 7 to 14, compulsory presence of an adult)

    Means of payment

    Carte bleue

    Postal or bank cheques

    Holiday vouchers


    Eurocard - Mastercard


    Opening times

    Ope from 01/02 to 31/12/2018



    Play area

    Free WIFI


    Junior workshop

    Specific theme activities

    Temporary exhibitions


    Coach Parking


    Bar, cafeteria, tea room


    Average time75 minutes -
    Further informationNon-guided visit: 1.15 hr -


    Coach parking
    Groups acccepted
    Minimum number of people 15
    160 million years ago, dinosaurs roamed the Earth and a warm sea covered Normandy, which was teeming with large predators, sharks, ammonites, etc. The Vaches Noires cliffs at Villers sur Mer are full of fossils from this lost world. The Paléospace takes you on a journey into this world of Norman dinosaurs, where you will learn all about the Streptospondylus, the Lexovisaurus from Argences, etc. At the museum, visitors can experience Normandy in the Jurassic era through an amazing exhibition. Other sights to see: the Greenwich meridian and the coastal marsh, on the edge of which the Paléospace stands, an abundant natural area entirely landscaped by humans.