The Galerie de l'Homme and the temporary exhibitions "Je mange donc je suis" (until 31 August 2020) and "Être beau" (until 31 December 2020)
- XIXè siècle
- Sciences naturelles
Services and facilities of the establishment
- Educational activities
- Gift shop
- Visitor tools
Documentation in a foreign language
RestaurantThe Café de l'Homme is situated at the entrance to the museum and was designed by architects Gilles & Boissier. 212 seats indoors - 112 seats on terrace - 12 seats on mezzanine. Open every day from 12 noon to 2am. Tel.: + 33 (0) 1 44 05 30 15. The Café Lucy (light snacks) is located on the 2nd floor of the Museum. Opening hours as per Museum.
Prices and times
Entrance fees and modalities
Galerie de l’Homme + temporary exhibition: full price €12 ; reduced €9.
Group tourReduced rate from 20 people
Free for young people and childrenFree for under 26s from countries within the European Union
Methods of payment
- Chèque Vacances
Other methods of payment: Chèques, espèces
- Easter Monday
- Ascension Day
- 8 May
- Whit Monday
- 15 August
- 1 November
- 11 November
Offer adapted to disabled visitors
- Adapted activities and visits
- Loan of wheelchairs
- Free admission for disabled visitors on presentation of proof
- Free admission for the accompanying person
- Priority admission
- Entrance accessible via ramp, low hollowed out reception desk/till.
-adapted toilet facilities with a transfer bar and a washbasin with hollowed-out lower part for wheelchair users.
-stairs accessible via ramp or lift
-5 PRM seats in the Jean Rouch Auditorium.
-Transparent glass doors/walls indicated by contrasting elements
-No hazards or obstructions at face height when navigating the premises.
-Stairs not yet fully up to standard (The Musée de L’Homme is a historical monument and the work to make it accessible, such as using contrasting stair edges, must be studied carefully).
-Information in large print, displayed at a reasonable height.
-Reception/till equipped with magnetic induction loop.
-Fire alarm coupled with flashing lights (where a deaf person could be alone, such as bathroom facilities).
-signs legible and associated with pictograms.