The majority of the exhibits to see and visit in the Galerie de Paléontologie et d’Anatomie comparée are visual.
- The Galerie de Paléontologie et d’Anatomie comparée is relatively noisy during busy periods, which can be problematic for visitors with hearing aids.
- The Galerie de Paléontologie et d’Anatomie comparée does not have an induction loop amplifier.
Individual visitors and families
Activities open to all are not translated into Sign Language or subtitled, unless otherwise stated.
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. No booking required for unguided visits.
General guided tours in French Sign Language can be booked on request by contacting the booking department: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lip-reading tours can be organised on request.
To find out more, download the activity programme for groups of visitors with disabilities.