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Retour Accessibility / Provision for the disabled


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Provision for the disabled

Hearing impairment Hearing impairment
The Musée d’art et d’histoire du Judaïsme complies with Tourisme & Handicap standards for hearing impairment. Induction loops, headphones and earphones for the audioguides and audiophones, are available on request at the ticket desk. A guided tour translated into sign language of the permanent collection and an exhibition lasting approximately 1h30 min (adaptable on request) can be proposed to groups of eight to twenty people.

Visual impairment Visual impairment
The museum welcomes guide dogs for individual visits and guided tours.
We can provide audioguides equipped with headphones for the visually impaired. Enquire at the ticket desk.
Tactile guided tours of the permanent collection lasting around 1h30 min (modifiable on request) can be organised for groups of up to eight people.
The objects presented are originals on exhibit in the permanent collection or from the museum’s storerooms.

Learning disabilities  Learning disabilities
Autonomous groups can visit the museum free of charge provided the organisation reserves in advance and brings identification on its headed notepaper on the day of the visit.
Guided tours of the permanent collection or an exhibition lasting around one hour (adaptable on request) can be organised for groups of four or five people.

Wheelchair users Wheelchair users
Except for the Media Library, which is not accessible by lift, all the other museum spaces are accessible to wheelchair users.
A manual wheelchair can be provided at the museum entrance. A wheelchair can also be provided for people with walking difficulties. Visitors are personally responsible for their use of the wheelchair and do so unaccompanied by museum staff except, on request, from the museum entrance to the ticket desk.
On prior reservation, people with reduced mobility can visit the museum in groups of up to eight and benefit from the museum’s guided tours.
Key information
Access to the permanent collection and temporary exhibitions is free for individuals and groups and those accompanying them, provided they can produce documents testifying to their disability.
Guided tours for individuals and groups: 6.50 â‚¬ per person and per accompanier
All guided visits must be reserved in advance.

Information and reservations
Phone : +33 (0)1 53 01 86 62
Fax : +33 (0)1 53 01 86 63
Email : write

Métro : Rambuteau or Hôtel de Ville
RER : Châtelet-Les Halles
Buses : 29, 38, 47, 75
Underground car parks : Beaubourg or Hôtel de Ville

There is a disabled person’s parking space less than 50 metres from the museum, opposite 67 rue du Temple.

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