At the Île-de-France Prehistory museum, we want to share the richness and diversity of our collections with as many people as possible … Do come and visit us!


Reserved space in front of the museum and drop-off point.

Visiting conditions and accessibility

The Temporary exhibition room and permanent collections are accessible to wheelchair users: access ramp with a slope greater than 6%.

The museum is only accessible to blind or partially sighted persons who are accompanied.

Visitor aids

Hearing impairment

The audiovisual show displayed in room 4 of the museum is subtitled.


Mental or physical disability

There are 5 touch and play boxes in rooms 2 bis, 3 bis, 5, 6 bis and 7 bis. They evoke in turn stone carving, bone work, woodwork, pottery and metallurgy.

Visual impairment

There are 5 touch and play boxes specially adapted for visitors with visual impairments in rooms 2 bis, 3 bis, 5, 6 bis and 7 bis.

In each box visitors can use their sense of touch to appreciate a raw material, a reproduction of a prehistoric object and mouldings of objects from the museum collections. Short texts in large characters and Braille describe the items in the touch boxes.


Disabled toilets: bear right.