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Accessibility

All visitors are welcome at the musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac. You can visit the museum with or without an accompanying person, independently or as part of an activity! The museum also welcomes groups, schools, associations, specialised establishments, etc.

Go to the “Useful information” or “Group visits” pages below to plan your next visit. We look forward to welcoming you!

The musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac, “where cultures meet in dialogue”, applies a universal accessibility approach through inclusive offerings and dedicated offerings for each disability. To this end, it works closely with specialised community networks. For more information (documents in French):

The museum is delighted to have been awarded the French Tourisme & Handicap [Tourism & Disabilities] label for adaptation to people with motor, mental, aural or visual impairments! This label recognises the great advances made in this area, but above all provides encouragement to continue this initiative in order to allow all visitors to discover the museum independently.

The museum’s accessibility is possible thanks to the generosity of a number of patrons. For more information, go to the page dedicated to the museum’s patrons.

Loss of hearing? Hard of hearing? Deaf?

The musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac enables the deaf and hard of hearing to access its services by phone.

You can contact our telephone helpline or our booking service via the Acceo interface.

Our site adapts to your needs!

FACIL'iti adapts the website display to your needs to ensure optimum visual, motor and cognitive comfort.

Click on the FACIL'iti logo at the bottom of the page to choose the appropriate option.

 

 

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