Yes. You need to book free tickets. Tickets should be available just before the summer.
The CERN Open Days will take place on Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 September 2019, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
All visits are free of charge. Do not buy tickets from anyone as they will probably be fake.
Underground visits do not require special registration and are accessible to visitors over 12 years old and complying to safety rules. Visits to LHC detectors and tunnel are limited to two per person and per day.
Tickets should be available via opendays.cern just before the summer.
Some activities are restricted to visitors over the age of 12 years old. Check on opendays.cern before the summer.
Animals are not permitted on the CERN sites.
As most of the activities are taking place in industrial buildings, high-heels, open-toed shoes or sandals are strictly prohibited.
There are no child-minding facilities. However, some visit points are suitable for young children. Children should be accompanied at all times.
Refreshments will be on sale at all visit sites.
Food and drinks are not permitted in the exhibitions.
The use of cameras and video cameras is permitted, please follow instructions from the guides.
Smoking is prohibited throughout the Organization's sites, but you may smoke outside buildings, except when signs forbid it.
Alcohol consumption is prohibited on all sites. No alcohol will be on sale.
Depending on your booking (point and time of arrival and transport), you will be directed to the most appropriate solution. Public transport is advised when possible.
Yes. Visitors with reduced mobility who announce this at the time of booking their tickets will be given specific instructions directly.