A whole host of fun, interactive and easy-to-use exhibits are accessible to accessible to children with intellectual disabilities.
The Galerie des Enfants is easy for visitors to find their way around, being a large space divided into three themed areas: town, river and rainforest. These three themed areas are clearly identifiable visually thanks to colour coding, symbols and very distinctive and specific furniture for each theme.
A mezzanine overlooks this area and is dedicated to the Planet and sustainable development.
Please note: the Galerie des Enfants can be quite noisy during busy periods.
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.
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.
To find out more, download the activity programme for groups of visitors with disabilities.