The museum obtained the "Tourisme et Handicap" (it's the french equivalent of Accessible Tourism) quality label in July 2016.
The National Tourisme & Handicap Label (The National Tourism & Disability mark) was created in 2001 with the purpose of providing reliable information, both descriptive and objective, about accessibility to tourism sites and facilities in relation to the four categories of disability (motor, mental, hearing and visual) and to develop a range of adapted tourism options.
It enables people with access requirements, including mobility, vision, hearing, cognitive disabilities, and also peolple with children in prams and seniors, to be independent.
The museum is entirely accessible and the visit adapted for everyone. It's a sensory visit.
An accessible toilet is inside the museum.
A parking space for people with reduced mobility is at 5m from the entrance.
The museum will be closed in October for renovation work. Thank you for your understanding.