Visiting in a group

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Guided tour

Duration : 1hr or 1.5hr

Do you want to be accompanied in your discovery of the permanent collections or the temporary exhibitions? Our lecturer-guides have been trained to adapt to groups of all ages and they are familiar with the specific aspects of the social field (people learning French, Youth Judicial Protection Services, people unfamiliar with museums, etc.).

Advice

To inform the lecturer in advance on the profile of your group, don’t hesitate to leave the information when you make your reservation. On the day of your tour, don’t forget to spend a few minutes introducing your group (specific aspects of your group, your plans, possible difficulties…) and don’t hesitate to speak up during your tour (questions, comments, etc.).

Details on guided tours offered

Practical Information

  • Group : From 2 to 25 people, incl. escorts.
  • Requirement: Be an organization involved in the social sector.
  • Rate: Independent tour: free for the group. Guided Tours: €35 for the group
    Workshop:
    €50 for the group
  • Opening Hours: Group visits are possible from Tuesday to Saturday:
    Tuesday and Wednesday: from 9:40 am to 5:40 pm
    Thursday and Friday: from 9:40 am to 7:40 pm
    Saturday: from 9:40 am to 7:30 pm

Narrated tour  (1hR)

Discover the works differently by allowing yourself to be carried away by the oral traditions of different continents, within the permanent collections or certain temporary exhibitions. Professional narrators in costume will take you on a journey around a continent and they adapt to audiences of all ages.

Advice: For the narrator to be informed in advance on the profile of your group, don’t hesitate to leave the information when you make your reservation. On the day of your tour, don’t forget to spend a few minutes presenting your group to the narrator (specific aspects of your group, your plans, possible difficulties…).

Workshop  (1.5 HR oR 2hrs)

Participative workshops are offered to help you to understand the artistic practices of the civilizations presented at the museum. These workshops are especially adapted for families with children (for children aged 3-5 years, 6-8 years or 9-12 years); some are also open to young people and adults.

Advice: Don’t hesitate to reserve a seat at your workshop well in advance, in order to guarantee your seat during the year.  

Did you know? The musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac has also developed outreach projects that are “outside-the-walls” in order to directly meet their audiences, in the context of specific partnerships.

Visiting in a group

Groups of disabled persons (schools, organizations, specialist institutions, etc.) have several options for visiting the museum.

© musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac, photo by Alexandra Lebon

 

Booking an Activity

Groups can book an activity of their choice on a preferred date. Find out about the available activities on the dedicated pages:

Groups of disabled persons are limited to 12 (no minimum). Bookings must be made at least 15 days in advance. Please provide useful information about your group so that the guide can adapt the tour as required.

To enjoy a quieter visit, groups of disabled persons can also book at 10:00 am or 02:00 pm on Mondays when the museum is closed.

Guided or narrated tours: € 35 for the group
Workshop: € 50 for the group

Contact the Reservations Department: +33 (0)1 56 61 71 72 or  accessibilite.reservation[at]quaibranly.fr

© musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac, photo by Lois Lammerhuber

Independent Group Visit

You can visit in your group without a guide or with your own guide by requesting “speaking rights”.

Bookings must be made at least 7 days in advance. Independent group visits are free.

Contact the Reservations Department: +33 (0)1 56 61 71 72 or accessibilite.reservation[at]quaibranly.fr