Hearing disabilities


Hearing disabilities

The musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac offers activities and adapted services for deaf and hearing-impaired visitors, including lip-reading and LPC tours, magnetic loops and subtitles.

Prepare your visit

Entrance to the museum is free for you and a companion and you also enjoy a reduced rate for guided tours.

Groups also benefit from a reduced rate for activities.

More information can be found under “Practical Information” and in the Practical Guide designed for deaf and hearing-impaired visitors.
This is available at museum reception or via download here (pdf, 82 KB).

Magnetic induction loops are available free of charge at reception, enabling you to follow guided tours and attend events in the Reading Room, Claude Lévi-Strauss Theatre and the cinema room.
They can also be connected to the audio guide and to the multimedia displays in the exhibitions and permanent collections.

Download instructions for the magnetic induction loop (Word, 685 Kb).

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

Cultural Activities

Discover the museum and exhibitions alone or with family or friends.

Two lip-reading and LPC guided tours are held each semester.

The museum also schedules workshops, events, performances and subtitled lectures which are accessible to deaf and hearing-impaired persons.

Please consult the calendar for the full accessible program (enter your search criteria to refine your search).

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

Discover the Museum in a Group

Organizations, schools and specialist institutions can book an activity for groups on a preferred date. Book at least 15 days in advance and provide useful information on your group so that the guide can adapt the tour as required.

View the “Visiting in a Group” page to prepare for your visit.