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Practical information

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Information
By telephone 04 67 14 83 00
By e-mail contact.museefabre@montpellier-agglo.com

Reservations
To plan your visit and sign up for an activity
04 67 14 83 22 / fax 04 67 66 09 20 or contact.museefabre@montpellier-agglo.com

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Visitors with limited mobility

Visiteurs en situation d'handicap moteur © Musée Fabre / Montpellier Agglomération

Finding your way around the museum

All parts of the museum can be accessed from the main entry hall.
Reception staff is available for visitors who would like information, assistance, or to be accompanied on their visit. Schedules for the temporary exhibit room and the auditorium are available from the hostesses.
The coat check area and restrooms have flat access. Wheelchairs (two seat widths available) are available free of charge from the reception. Audio-guides are available for rental at 1 euro.
The museum made easy
A visitor’s guide is available free of charge. The guide contains a map of the museum so you can find your way around and choose your route.

The permanent collections are located on the upper floors of the three main museum buildings: the former Collège des Jésuites, the Hôtel de Massilian and the contemporary wing.
The permanent collections are accessible via three elevators (numbered 1 to 3 in the guide). The different floors are indicated by the letters A to G. In the rooms, signs indicate a chronological path through the rooms and floor levels. This information is provided in detail in the visitor’s guide.
The temporary exhibit room, which has seasonal programming, has flat access from the main hall.
The auditorium hosts a program of films, conferences and other cultural or artistic events every season. The auditorium is accessible from the main hall via a gentle ramp. It has spaces to accommodate four wheelchairs.
The workshops, documentation centre, the museum shop and the restaurant also have disabled access.

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Blind or visually impaired visitors

Handicap visuel © Musée Fabre / Montpellier Agglomération

Getting to the Museum

In the city centre, audio tactile maps provide directions to the museum from the Corum tramway station.

Finding your way around the museum

The ticket counter is located in the main hall, accessible through the entrance at 39 boulevard Bonne Nouvelle.
There are several areas of the tour that are lowly lit. To preserve artwork on paper, the maximum light level is 50 lux.
All parts of the museum can be accessed from the main entry hall.
Reception staff is available for visitors who would like information, assistance, or to be accompanied on their visit. Schedules for the temporary exhibit room and the auditorium are available from the hostesses.
The coat-check area and restrooms have flat access. Guide dogs are allowed in the museum.
The permanent collections are located on the upper floors of the three main museum buildings: the former Collège des Jésuites, the Hôtel de Massilian and the contemporary wing.
The temporary exhibit room, which has seasonal programming, has flat access from the main hall.
The auditorium hosts encounters and programs for the visually impaired. The auditorium is accessible from the main hall via a gentle ramp.
The workshops, documentation centre, the museum shop and the restaurant also have disabled access.

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Deaf and hard of hearing visitors

Visiteur en situation d'handicap auditif © Musée Fabre / Montpellier Agglomération

Finding your way around the museum

All parts of the museum can be accessed from the main entry hall:
Reception staff is available for visitors who would like information, assistance, or to be accompanied on their visit. Schedules for the temporary exhibit room and the auditorium are available from the hostesses.
The coat-check area and restrooms have flat access. Audio guides using induction loop technology are available as well as the computers in the multimedia gallery.
The permanent collections are located on the upper floors of the three main museum buildings: the former Collège des Jésuites, the Hôtel de Massilian and the contemporary wing.
The temporary exhibit room, which has seasonal programming, has flat access from the main hall.
The auditorium, equipped with an induction loop system, hosts a program of films, conferences and other cultural or artistic events every season. The auditorium is accessed from the main hall.
The workshops, documentation centre, the museum shop and the restaurant are also accessible from the main hall.

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Developmentally disabled visitors

Finding your way around the museum

All parts of the museum can be accessed from the main entry hall:
Reception staff is available for visitors who would like information, assistance, or to be accompanied on their visit. Schedules for the temporary exhibit room and the auditorium are available from the hostesses.
The coat-check area and restrooms have flat access, and audio guides are available for rental.
The permanent collections are located on the upper floors of the three main museum buildings: the former Collège des Jésuites, the Hôtel de Massilian and the contemporary wing.
A visitor’s guide is available free of charge. The guide contains a map of the museum so you can find your way around and choose your route. The permanent collections are accessible via three elevators (numbered 1 to 3 in the guide).
The temporary exhibit room, which has seasonal programming, has flat access from the main hall.
The auditorium hosts a program of films, conferences and other cultural or artistic events every season. The auditorium is accessed from the main hall.
The workshops, documentation centre, the museum shop and the restaurant are also accessible from the main hall.

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Partners

Partenaire APF © Musée Fabre

Our Partners

- Centre Communal d’Action Sociale - Ville de Montpellier
- Association des Paralysés de France
- Union des Aveugles et Handicapés de la Vue de Montpellier et de la Région
- Association Générale des Sourds de Montpellier et de sa Région
- Surdi 34