Things to do at the musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac
The musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac displays permanent collections and temporary exhibitions. The museum also includes the Jacques Kerchache Reading Room, the Claude Lévi-Strauss Theatre, a cinema, a multimedia library and a large garden.
All areas are accessible to all visitors. “La Rivière” (The River) is a long leather pathway through the permanent collections, offering a number of interactive tools and seats. It also helps visitors to find their way around the collections.
Major exhibitions include several accessibility features: tactile reproductions of works with audio commentary, an introductory video in French sign language, large-print and “easy to read and understand” room guides, and outlets for plugging in headphones or magnetic loops.
The cloakroom can loan wheelchairs, walking frames, seat-sticks, push chairs, magnifying glasses, binoculars, torches and steps free of charge (no reservation).
Attending an Activity or Event
The museum offers a wide range of activities which are accessible to everyone or designed for a specific disability: guided tours, narrated tours and workshops. These activities are led by specialist guides and enable visitors to explore the permanent collections and exhibitions.
Find out about the themes for guided tours, narrated tours and workshops.
Each semester the program includes lip-reading and LPC guided tours, descriptive and tactile tours, tours in French sign language and tours for mentally-disabled persons. In addition, workshops and other activities which are accessible to everyone are scheduled regularly.
The Jacques Kerchache Reading Room holds accessible events and encounters. View the full program here.
Please consult the museum calendar to find out about the dates of activities and events (enter your criteria to refine the search).