Facilities and services for people with a disability
The Museum is adapting its media and visit profiles so that all visitors can enjoy their Olympic Museum experience.
People with reduced mobility
Two disabled parking spaces are available at the north entrance to the Museum.
The lifts and public areas in the Museum are accessible to wheelchair users.
Mobility maps are available at the reception desk.
Hearing-impaired and deaf people
The multimedia elements of our permanent exhibitions are fitted with hearing induction loops.
The Museum also offers a portable hearing induction loop for our audio guides.
Visitors with T-coil hearing aids can borrow a portable induction loop for the audioguide.
Vision-impaired and blind people
Audio description for the visually impaired
Available in French only, free of charge.
The permanent exhibition includes a 23-point touch tour, including tactile information points, sound documents and Museum artefacts that you can touch in order to focus on the main points of interest in the exhibition.
In addition, audioguides are available at the Museum reception at no extra charge to accompany the visit. It is also possible to download the audio files here or to borrow an SD card at the reception to use in your own device. Enlarged and contrasted reproductions of tactile signs for the visually impaired can be downloaded here and printed at home before the visit. A copy of the set can also be borrowed at the Museum. To get around the Museum, it is essential to have an accompanying person. We wish you an enjoyable visit.
Guide dogs are welcome at the Museum, including in the exhibitions.
Groups with their own guides are welcome if they book in advance.