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Simplifying your visit

Explore the museum alone or accompanied according to your desires. Prepare your visit and create your own journey depending on the museum’s current program.

Consult the Program

Would you like to know more about the program before your next visit to the museum? View our online brochure to find more information on our temporary exhibitions, lectures with the Université Populaire [Open University], colloquia, performances, concerts and activities.

Download the 2016-2017 season brochure

Create your own program!

Do you have two hours to spend at the museum? Browse the list of our activities and tools.

Guided Tours 

A wide range of tours are offered to help you explore the permanent collections and temporary exhibitions as well as the garden and the building designed by Jean Nouvel. 

Audio guides

Explore the collections or temporary exhibitions through a selection of commentaries, music, images, videos and stories.

Free visitor guides

The “Collections Exploration Guide” takes you on a journey around the world with stops in Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Americas.  Explore each continent through emblematic works in the museum’s collections!

 “My Little Exploration Guide” and games booklets (in some temporary exhibitions) are also available for children.

Themed Online Journeys

The “themed journeys” provide an alternative way to discover the collections: funerary rituals, masks, femininity and fertility...

 

For your Comfort

Cloakroom

A free cloakroom is available for you to store your personal items before your visit, excluding valuable or bulky objects, subject to capacity.

  • JH level (Upper Garden)

Pushchairs are permitted in the exhibition spaces, but can also be stored in the cloakroom. 

Mandatory Storage
To facilitate your visit, the following objects must be stored in the cloakroom:

  • Motorcycle helmets
  • Umbrellas and walking sticks
  • Backpacks, small bags
  • Sharp and blunt objects
  • Art folders

Reminder
Security and checkpoints at the entrances to the musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac have been strengthened as part of the Vigipirate scheme on high alert. Suitcases, travel bags and rucksacks larger than A3 are prohibited. As a result, it may take longer than usual to enter the museum. We thank you in advance for your understanding.

Loans of Visitor Tools

We loan the items below free of charge from the cloakroom on presentation of proof of identification:

  • wheelchair
  • seat-stick
  • walker
  • stroller
  • magnifying glass
  • flashlight

And from the Adult Group Reception:

  • magnetic induction loop