Hearing disabilities

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Hearing disability

The museum provides activities and devices adapted to the deaf and hard of hearing: guided tours using lip reading and Cued Speech, induction loops, subtitling, etc.

Advance booking is strongly recommended, even for visitors eligible for free admission. To book a time slot, go to the online ticketing service page.

Groups with disabilities can also return to the museum from 9 June. To organise a visit for your group, go to the “Group visits” page.

Do you use French sign language? Go to the page
Visitors using LSF”.

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!

To receive all of the museum’s accessibility news directly by email, sign up for the “Accessibility Newsletter” (sent out once every three months) 

“Les Experts quai Branly” application: This application, specially adapted for children aged 6 to 12 who are deaf and hard of hearing, takes children on a fun adventure to the heart of the collections via four circuits: Africa, Asia, America, Oceania. To ensure accessibility for all, the resource is equipped with sound, subtitles and French sign language.

IN THE EXHIBITIONS

All of the videos in the exhibitions are subtitled.

Each audio source has an integrated induction loop.

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

Cultural activities

To explore the museum and its exhibitions independently with friends or as a family…
Two guided tours using lip reading and Cued Speech are run twice yearly.

The museum also runs subtitled workshops, events, performances and conferences accessible to the deaf and hard of hearing.

See the agenda for the full accessible programme (enter your criteria to narrow the search).

© musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac, photo by Cyril Zannettacci

Explore the museum as a group

Associations, schools, specialised establishments, etc. You can book an activity for your group for the date of your choice. Book at least 15 days in advance and remember to provide any useful information regarding your group so that the tour guide can best adapt the visit.

View the “Group visits” page to plan your visit.

 

 

Servicios telefónicos accesibles

El musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac permite a las personas sordas o con dificultades auditivas acceder a sus servicios por vía telefónica.

Puede ponerse en contacto con nuestra recepción telefónica o con nuestro departamento de reservas a través de la interfaz Acceo.