Accessibility to the Museum of the History of Daily Life

In order to allow access to all, the Museum of the History of Daily Life has made adjustments and obtained in November 2021 the Tourism and Handicap Label for mental handicap, hearing handicap, motor handicap, and visual handicap.

At the museum’s reception desk you will find :

  • The tour texts of the permanent exhibition in large print
  • A touch pad containing the tour texts and videos of the permanent exhibition
  • A magnifying glass for reading the labels
  • A magnetic loop
  • A wheelchair
  • Folding seats

The Museum of the History of Daily Life is wheelchair accessible from the museum car park. A podotactile path allows visually impaired people to be guided to the reception area and the entrance to the permanent exhibition.

Access to the Maison Mercier is via a staircase and a lift.

Some electric wheelchairs cannot fit through all doorways. An adapted wheelchair is available. It is also possible to discover the Maison Mercier thanks to a compensatory video tour broadcast in the museum’s video room and available on the touch pad at the reception desk.

Le Musée d’Histoire de la Vie Quotidienne et le Musée de l’Horlogerie sont partenaires. Un ticket d’entrée plein tarif acheté dans l’un des musées vous offre une entrée gratuite dans le second musée ! (ticket valable un an à partir de la date d’achat)