Prepare your Visit
Entrance to the museum is free for you and a companion and you also enjoy a reduced rate for guided tours.
Groups also benefit from a reduced rate for activities.
More information can be found under “Practical Information”. The Musée Facile Brochure is available in the main hall or via download here.
All museum spaces are accessible to wheelchair users; the various levels are accessed by lifts.
We advise persons with reduced mobility to enter the museum at 222 rue de l’Université where there is a lift.
Welcome agents will be able to guide you and accompany you if required.
Wheelchairs and stick-seats are available for loan from the cloakroom for persons who suffer from fatigue.
A step is available for loan for persons of small stature.
During your visit, orientation tables will help you to find your way around the permanent collections. To find out where you are, please consult the interactive map.
Please note that the permanent collection space includes three short slopes greater than 5% giving access to the “Dogon” and “West Music” displays.
Spaces are reserved for wheelchairs in the cinema, the Claude Lévi-Strauss Theatre and in the open-air theatre.
The Exploration Guide takes you on an original tour of the collections.
In approximatively 2 hours, traverse four continents and discover how the works establish a dialogue between themselves. Download the Exploration Guide (PDF – 4.8 MB)
Discover the museum and exhibitions alone or with family or friends.
All cultural activities (guided tours, narrated tours, workshops, lectures, performances, etc.) are accessible to persons with reduced mobility.
- Please consult the calendar on the website for the full accessible program (enter your criteria to refine the search).
Discover the Museum in a Group
Organizations, schools and specialist institutions can book an activity for groups on a preferred date. Book at least 15 days in advance and provide useful information on your group so that the guide can adapt the tour as required.
Please view the “Visiting in a Group” page to prepare for your visit.