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20 April

practical family information

practical information for families

you can refer to the access to the museum and the interactive map of the museum

CLOAKROOM

Free, the cloakroom on the Upper Garden (JH) level allows visitors to check their personal affects with the exception of valuable and cumbersome objects, as space allows.

STROLLERS

Strollers are welcome in the museum! For easier circulation through the museum, visitors can request access to elevators. Strollers lent by the museum must be requested from the cloakroom personnel; they allow children to have better visibility of the works.

TOILETS

Toilets are found on levels JB, 2 (Collections Floor) and 3 (East and West Mezzanines).

see the interactive map

WHERE TO EAT

For a break within the garden, designed by Gilles Clément, café Branly welcomes visitors Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Sundays from 9:30am to 6pm and Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 9:30am to 8pm.

learn more about café Branly

AVOID WAITING IN LINE

To avoid waiting in line, it is possible to reserve tickets and pay in advance by telephone (01 56 61 71 72, Monday to Friday from 10am to 4:30pm) or on the Internet through museum partners. It is also possible to purchase your tickets at the museum windows, open from 9:30am (10:30am on Sundays). Finally, members and friends of the museum benefit from line-free access for the Collections and temporary exhibitions.

TARIFF CONDITIONS

Access to the collections and to the temporary exhibitions of the Garden Gallery is free for children under 18 . They benefit from discounted tariffs for cultural activities (guided visits, workshops, performances, etc.).

Holders of large family cards benefit from discounted tariffs on the collections, temporary exhibitions in the Garden Gallery and cultural activities.

refer to the entire tariff chart

the little rules of the museum

In the museum, we have the right:
To like or not to like
To talk
To find objects beautiful or ugly, surprising or terrifying
To examine in detail or just quickly glance
To dream
To write and draw
To take photos (without flash)

  

In the museum, we do not have the right :
To touch the objects, as they are very fragile
To run or slide
To shout and sing
To drink or eat in the collections
To throw trash on the ground