Committed to reducing social and territorial inequalities in access to culture, the Palais de Tokyo offers reduced-price activities and free training for social workers.
Projects including several meetings are also organised to offer groups the opportunity to meet artists whose works are exhibited at the Palais de Tokyo.
The Palais de Tokyo joined the Vivre ensemble mission in 2008, collaborating with some thirty cultural institutions in the fight against exclusion.
Our tours and workshops are usually conducted in French but we can, on request, design formats in English, Danish, Farsi, Mandarin and Cantonese.
Access to the exhibitions is free for disabled people and their companions.
The reception and cultural mediation teams are available to facilitate the visit, both for moving around the spaces and for understanding the exhibitions.
Parking spaces reserved for people with reduced mobility are located at the corner of rue de Galliera and avenue du Président Wilson, and at the corner of rue de Brignole and avenue du Président Wilson.
Wheelchairs are available for loan at the reception desk.
All areas are accessible to people with reduced mobility.
An “easy to understand” document is available at the visitors’ desk (in French).
Guided, tactile and sensory tours are regularly organised.
Guided tours in French sign language are regularly organised.
The Palais de Tokyo listens to associations, schools and specialised institutions. Tailor-made projects are regularly carried out with groups with disabilities. In addition to the discovery of the exhibitions, there are writing, plastic and physical workshops and meetings with the artists.
If you are a carer or a specialised educator, if you are working on a cultural project, contact us.
An “easy to read and understand” document is available at the visitors’ desk. It is also available here. (In French)