Special attention is given to blind or partially sighted visitors’ exhibition accessibility, which is completely integrated to the “general public” route. A large number of objects are freely accessible to visitors who are invited to touch them.

FOR INDIVIDUAL VISITORS

Guided sensory tour of the exhibition:

This complete, sensory trail within the Meteorites exhibition will enable you to discover some of these stones’ diversity, origins and what scientists can learn from them.
An original way to visit the exhibition through touch, hearing and smell.
Tours are reserved for visually impaired visitors.

  • Sunday 10 December at 10.15 (duration 1h30)
    Free admission for the disabled visitor and one accompanying person, upon presentation of proof of eligibility.

Reservations are required at least one week prior to the visit (limited number of places available):
info-accessibilite@mnhn.fr
01 40 79 56 01


FOR GROUPS

Guided sensory tour of the exhibition:

This complete, sensory trail within the Meteorites exhibition will enable you to discover some of these stones’ diversity, their origins and what scientists can learn from them.
An original way to visit the exhibition through touch, hearing and smell.
Tours are reserved for groups of visually impaired visitors.

Information and reservations are required at least one month prior to the visit:
reservation.jdp@mnhn.fr
08 05 03 00 15