The EXPO Shuttle Bus operates only on the EXPO terrain. No
outside buses are allowed to enter the bus station directly, although they
may stop at the EXPO
Ticket Office to drop off visitors. Some specially organized tours
do leave from the bus station.
At the moment there are buses ready to take you to one of the following
pavilions on the EXPO terrain:
On request the bus stops at the EXPO Restaurant.
The time table is very easy, because the buses all leave every few
micro-seconds. The ride to each pavilion is a relatively long one, taking often
more than a milli-second. Please enjoy the view of the EXPO terrain,
during the ride.
If you need more information about the exhibits or want to buy one of the
exhibits catalogs, you should go to the
Ticket Office or the EXPO
The bus can drop you off at the EXPO
if that is what you prefer.
From here you have access to the EXPO
Bulletin Board where you can write
down comments you might have.
There are some organized tours running directly from the EXPO terrain,
using long distance buses, not operated by ESB. These buses will take you
to exhibits outside the EXPO terrain. The ESB has some extra
parking space left for more long distance buses. If you want to park here too,
so you can pick up visitors from the EXPO please notify the
people at the ticket office.
These long distance buses are ready to take you to one of the outside
a special bus going to:
- The Krannert Art Museum and Kinkead Pavilion, located on the campus of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, has prepared an electronic sampler of the museum's permanent collection. Educational materials and other information about the museum are also available.
- Dinosaur Exhibit
at the Honolulu Community College offers an
exciting look at the prehistoric natural history of the world by displaying the fossils of
some of the largest terrestrial creatures that ever lived.
- Direction des
Musées de France show an exhibition on "The age of
enlightenment in the paintings of France's nationals museums."
Visualization Laboratory at the University of Illinois at
Chicago shows represent collaborative work between computer graphics graduate
researchers at EVL and research scientists across the United States.
- Art History at the Australian National University, shows images about
the 'History of Prints' and about 'Architecture in the Mediterranean Basin'.
- Ansel Adams
- Mount Wilson Observatory with an excellent virtual walking tour.
- Springfield Museum of Art with some online paintings.
- The JASON Project. Not a real
exhibit, but students are about to embark on JASON VI/Island Earth:
A voyage to the volcanoes, observatories and unique environments of Hawaii.
- WWW Paris. A collection of text and images about the City of Light.
Please note that ESB is not responsible if some of the buses do not leave on time, or don't
leave at all.