How to visit in person
To schedule an onsite visit to the ATLAS experiment, please contact the CERN Visits Service.
The ATLAS Visitor Center has a permanent exhibit with interactive screens outside the Control Room and a 3D movie which explains how the detector works and why the collaboration pursues its quest for fundamental knowledge. CERN also has two permanent exhibitions Universe of Particles and Microcosm that provide unique experiences in understanding the secrets of matter and exploring the mysteries in our universe.
ATLAS Virtual Visits
How to visit remotely
An ATLAS Virtual Visit connects a classroom, exhibition or other public venues with scientists at the experiment using web-based video conferencing. It is a chance for you to have a conversation with the scientists working on ATLAS.
For groups of at least 10 visitors, you can schedule a Virtual Visit by completing this form.
We also schedule periodic visits for individuals or small groups to join. You can see a list of upcoming Open Virtual Visits here. Select the one you want and register.
ATLAS Virtual Tours
Explore ATLAS virtually
Take a virtual tour around the ATLAS detector in the cavern, located around 80 meters below ground at interaction point 1 of the LHC. Alternatively, walk around the detector and control room using Google's street view.