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Accessibility © musée du quai Branly, photo Cyril Zannettacci - Click to enlarge, open in a new window
Accessibility © musée du quai Branly, photo Cyril Zannettacci


From the very beginning, the Museum has made a firm commitment to welcoming disabled visitors, and has fully incorporated this goal into its architectural design.

In 2010 and 2012, the musée du quai Branly organised a week of free activities to allow the public to discover the services offered by the Museum to visitors with disabilities. The success of the event and the public's satisfaction has encouraged the Museum to renew this biennial event, through the support of patrons or supporters.

The Jacques Kerchache Reading Room events

The Reading Room is a space open to all visitors for free. The Museum collaborates with the association, Percevoir, to schedule events which both visually-impaired and non visually-impaired visitors can attend.

Shared reading in the dark, during which visitors can discover the literature and stories of the different countries represented in the Museum. 

The adventure of an artwork enables the visitors to discover the works in the Collection through the tactile manipulation of facsimiles. 

The creation of a sensory piece of furniture.

The Museum is keen to create a multi-sensory mobile piece of furniture to be used during guided tours inside and outside of the museum, in order to enrich the visits of the public in general and notably visually-impaired visitors.