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Are visitors allowed at CERN?

Are visitors allowed at CERN?

The Microcosm exhibition and CERN shop are now accessible, with strict sanitary measures in place. As of 1 June 2021, the sanitary measures in place on the CERN sites, including access for visitors, are determined by the Organization’s new four-level COVID-19 scale. …

How do I book a CERN tour?

How to register for a guided tour for individuals

  1. Online booking is not possible.
  2. As visitors will enter CERN fenced site, you will be requested to provide the details of all the members of your party at the time of registration (last name, first name, date of birth, place of birth, country of birth and nationality)

Can I visit CERN without a tour?

CERN visits are free of charge, whether they are guided tours, exhibitions or public events.

How long are CERN tours?

about 3 hours
CERN offers free guided tours for groups of 12-48 people. Tours are organised from Monday to Saturday and start at 9 am and 2 pm. Each tour lasts about 3 hours and comprises an introduction followed by a film, a visit to one of the experiments and/or to an accelerator located at the surface.

How do I contact CERN?

How to contact us

  1. For general enquiries speak to reception on +41 (0) 22 76 784 84 or +41 (0) 22 76 776 76 or send them an email.
  2. Opening hours: Monday – Friday from 8am to 5.45pm, Saturday 8.30am to 5.15pm.
  3. Reception is closed on CERN holidays, which include Easter and Christmas.

How expensive is CERN?

CERN is hoping to start construction in 2038. The Large Hadron Collider took a decade to build and cost around $4.75 billion. Most of that money came from European countries like Germany, the UK, France and Spain.

Where should I stay to visit CERN?

Featured Hotels Near CERN

  • ibis budget Geneve Saint Genis Pouilly. Hotel in Saint-Genis-Pouilly (1.2 miles from CERN)
  • Ibis Saint-Genis-Pouilly Genève.
  • Appart’City Confort Genève Aéroport Vernier.
  • Auberge des Vergers.
  • NH Geneva Airport Hotel.
  • Residhome Genève Prévessin Le Carré d’Or.

How much does a CERN scientist earn?

The average CERN Data Scientist earns an estimated $140,894 annually, which includes an estimated base salary of $119,451 with a $21,442 bonus. CERN’s Data Scientist compensation is $11,916 more than the US average for a Data Scientist.

Where is CERN head office?

of Geneva, Switzerland

CERN’s main site, from Switzerland looking towards France
Member states
Formation 29 September 1954
Headquarters Meyrin, Canton of Geneva, Switzerland
Membership show 23 countries

How to apply for a CERN Visitor Card?

The guarantor must apply for the visitor card in advance, 48 hours before the beginning of the visit, by completing the Request for a CERN visitor card (individual visitors or groups), providing the first information about the description of the visit: the guarantor of the visit, the name of the visit which will used as a reference for the visit,

How can I come to CERN?

Visitors may come to CERN: for individual (guests) or group visits; to attend conferences on the CERN site; to participate in guided toursorganised by the Visits Service. These visitors must be in possession of a CERN visitor card, which must be worn where it can be easily seen.

How many vehicles can I register with CERN?

You can register as many vehicles as you wish. However, depending on your status and in accordance with the provisions of Operational Circular No. 2, you may activate only a certain number of them. Holders of a blue “C” CERN card are permitted to activate two vehicles from the list of vehicles registered in their name, other than CD and K vehicles.

Are there any free public events at CERN?

Free public events regularly take place in the Globe and online. One-hour interactive video with our experienced guides. Can’t come to CERN? Discover it from the comfort of your home.

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