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The Curie Museum is located near the Luxembourg Gardens, in a former laboratory where Maria Skłodowska-Curie worked in the years 1914–1934. You can see here her office and laboratory with equipment from the interwar period, former research instruments, exhibitions dedicated to the Curie-Joliot family and the properties of radium and polonium.
In 2012, the Curie Museum was reopened after several years of renovation. It presents preserved, original items used by Maria Skłodowska-Curie. There are, among others, her lab coat used in the laboratory, telephone, scales, chemical accessories. A large part of the exhibition is dedicated to the Curie-Joliot family, whose members have received as many as 5 Nobel Prizes.