The Musée de L'homme, in the magnificent setting of the Palais de Chaillot on the Place du Trocadéro, invites you into its fully refurbished venues with views of the Eiffel Tower and the Trocadéro gardens, entertain your guests in a muséum devoted to every aspect of mankind.
The museum rental team is available to answer any queries about hosting private events at the Musée de l’Homme (Paris, 16th). To get a quote, please specify the date, time, number of attendees, the agenda as well as your full contact details. We will give you a quote within 48 hours.
Specific areas are available to rent in the evening from 6pm every day of the week and every Tuesday during the day and the evening.
- XIXè siècle
- Sciences naturelles
Services and facilities of the establishment
- Educational activities
- Gift shop
- Visitor tools
Documentation in a foreign language
RestaurantThe Café de l'Homme is situated at the entrance to the museum and was designed by architects Gilles & Boissier. 212 seats indoors - 112 seats on terrace - 12 seats on mezzanine. Open every day from 12 noon to 2am. Tel.: + 33 (0) 1 44 05 30 15. The Café Lucy (light snacks) is located on the 2nd floor of the Museum. Opening hours as per Museum.
Number of meeting rooms:8
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Musée de l’Homme - Muséum national d'histoire naturelle
Palais de Chaillot - 17 place du Trocadéro et du 11 Novembre
Tel.. +33 (0) 1 44 05 72 72
Subway - Trocadéro
Bus - 22, 30, 32, 63, 72, 82
Offer adapted to disabled visitors
- Adapted activities and visits
- Loan of wheelchairs
- Free admission for disabled visitors on presentation of proof
- Free admission for the accompanying person
- Priority admission
- Entrance accessible via ramp, low hollowed out reception desk/till.
-adapted toilet facilities with a transfer bar and a washbasin with hollowed-out lower part for wheelchair users.
-stairs accessible via ramp or lift
-5 PRM seats in the Jean Rouch Auditorium.
-Transparent glass doors/walls indicated by contrasting elements
-No hazards or obstructions at face height when navigating the premises.
-Stairs not yet fully up to standard (The Musée de L’Homme is a historical monument and the work to make it accessible, such as using contrasting stair edges, must be studied carefully).
-Information in large print, displayed at a reasonable height.
-Reception/till equipped with magnetic induction loop.
-Fire alarm coupled with flashing lights (where a deaf person could be alone, such as bathroom facilities).
-signs legible and associated with pictograms.