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Visitors with disabilities

Admission to the permanent collections as well as temporary exhibitions is free for visitors with disabilities and their care partner upon presentation of an official document.

Do not hesitate to address a staff member shall you need assistance or wish to ask a question.

Cultural activities are organised for individuals on a fixed schedule: download the programme (in French)
For groups, activities are organised on demand and upon prior booking: download the 2018-2019 programme (in French)


To plan your visit or for any further information regarding the activities, please contact Nathalie Flom by phone: +33(0)1 84 82 11 50 or by email: nathalie.flom@paris.fr

Mobility impairment

The museum is not wheelchair accessible.

Visual impairment

Access
The museum staff has been trained to welcome blind or partially sighted visitors.

Self-guided tours
For individuals wishing to do a self-guided tour, Braille and large print labels describing the collection's main artworks are available in the museum rooms. Staff members can indicate their location.

Guided tours
There are regular tours with audio descriptions and an opportunity for handling objects. Visit the Calendar section to get to know the next dates.

Hearing impairment



Access

Deaf or hard of hearing visitors can be welcomed by staff members using French Sign Language (LSF).
An induction loop will soon be available at the front desk.

Self-guided tours
For individuals wishing to do a self-guided tour, the museum's visioguide is available in French Sign Language or with an induction loop. Price: 5€
All exhibition videos include French subtitles.

Guided tours
There are regular speech reading tours and tours in French Sign Language conducted by a deaf guide speaker. Visit the Calendar section to get to know the next dates.

Learning impairment

Visitors with learning disabilities are welcome to the museum, both on self-guided tours or as part of the cultural activities. Several guide speakers have been trained to welcome them.

A museum booklet "easy to read" will be published soon to support visitors with learning impairment on a self-guided tour. It will be available at the museum desk and for download here.

Access

Musée Cognacq-Jay
8 rue Elzévir
75 003 Paris

Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm

Admission to the permanent collections is free.

Please note that the museum is not wheelchair accessible and has no elevator.

Cycle de conférences
La circulation des modèles de sociabilité au XVIIIe siècle
Automne 2019