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26 October

PHOTO CREDITS

from left to right, top to bottom: © musée du quai Branly, photos 1,2,3 et 10 Pomme Célarié, photo 5 and 9 Cyril Zannettacci, photo 7 Caroline Rose,

 © Collection of the Asian Civilisations Museum, Singapore, photo 4

© NCKTPA, photo 6

Naâm-ass, film by Mahassine El Hachadi © Ateliers Varan, photo 8

entirely public adults

Temporary exhibitions, performances, meetings, workshops, film, etc. make the museum a veritable city where cultures speak, permitting them to be understood, seen, and felt.

what is the musée du quai Branly?

museum © musée du quai Branly, photo Nicolas Borel
Collections floor © musée du quai Branly, photo Lois Lammerhuber

WHAT DO WE FIND AT THE MUSÉE DU QUAI BRANLY?

Non-European objects from Africa, Asia, Oceania, and the Americas, some of which are very old and others recent, are exhibited at the musée du quai Branly. Different types of objects can be found at the museum: textiles, musical instruments, masks, statues, jewelry…

THE COLLECTIONS FLOOR

A large open space, the Collections Floor presents nearly 3500 works, spread out in large “regions”, recognized by a color code. Welcoming more than 500 new objects each year from new acquisitions or replacing the most fragile pieces, it is continually renewed.

THE TEMPORARY EXHIBITIONS

see currently exhibitions

a cultural city

More than a museum, the quai Branly is a veritable “cultural city”. It welcomes artists and scientific figures from the entire world for a rich and varied programming. All throughout the year, embark on a journey of discovery of the cultures of the world!

Click on an image to learn more about each activity!

  

guided visits workshops festive events courses master class
performances music film colloquia meetings

before or after your visit

To prepare, extend, or get more out of your visit, do not hesitate to consult or download :

practical information

To better prepare your visit, find all the practical information (hours, tariffs, maps, etc.) in the section ""visit the museum".