All exhibits (videos, multimedia) incorporating spoken language have French Sign Language and text subtitles.
- the film on night-time in the city plays on a continuous loop in three versions (relatively short) and only one of the three versions has French and French Sign Language subtitles.
- exhibits accessible in French Sign Language and with text subtitles: choose the button with the “hands” symbol.
- the Galerie des Enfants is relatively noisy during busy periods, which can be problematic for visitors with hearing aids.
- the Galerie des Enfants does not have an induction loop amplifier since the building’s metal structure prevents it from working properly.
Individual visitors and families
The permanent presence of a mediator
A mediator trained in disability awareness is permanently present in the Galerie des Enfants. He or she can briefly explain the exhibition and themes addressed, answer any questions you or the children may have, and, if need be, show them how to use specific exhibits. The mediator is not familiar with French Sign Language but please let him or her know if there is an alternative form of communication you could use (writing on a notepad, lip reading, etc.).
Free admission for visitors with disabilities on self-guided tours (without a guide) (without a guide), as well as for their carer, upon presentation of appropriate ID (disability or priority card). Any additional carers must purchase a ticket at the applicable price.
Booking in advance recommended via the online ticket office.
All vouchers for a free admission ticket (and also for a free carer ticket) obtained on the website must be presented at the Grande Galerie de l’Évolution reception with appropriate ID (disability or priority card), where they will be exchanged for an admission ticket.
No guided tours in the Galerie des Enfants.