Do you want to revive your culture by visiting a museum with your family? Parisian cultural places have understood it perfectly, they offer fun tools adapted to children. Digital equipment, applications, tactile guides … Innovation serve pedagogy.
In addition entrance to the national museums is free for children under 18 years old. Some museums are also available for free on the first Sunday of the month.
Authentic Parisian institution, the Louvre Museum offers children recreational tours allowing them to learn while having fun. In addition, La Petite Galerie is an educational space equipped with digital tools, allowing families to learn about culture interactively.
Another Parisian classic, the Musée d’Orsay organizes game tours for families and fun tours specially created for children. In addition, the tablet application “The Orsay Family Museum” allows you to discover the collections through different thematic tours. Thus, families, equipped with a touch pad, can appropriate all the corners of the museum.
Lovers of celebrities and stars will not miss the Musée Grévin, wax statues will delight children can walk alone the discovery route reserved for 7 to 12. An authentic journey through history. Ideal cultural immersion in family!
At the National Maritime Museum (closed until the end of 2021), children aged 7 to 12 can also enjoy age-appropriate workshop tours. So parents can take the time to admire the grand nature models of historic and fabulous boats.
The Museum of Man offers the animation “Unannounced” lasting about 15 minutes on an emblematic theme of the place by guided tours for families and workshops around prehistory, evolution of man and the cultures of the world. .
For gourmet families, the Chocolate Museum organizes educational tours for children, a treasure hunt and chocolate workshops, in the company of a chocolate maker.
In Giverny, the house of the painter Claude Monet hides many secrets. The water lily pond, the bridge under the willows and the ivy that climbs the walls have long been the main source of inspiration for the teacher. Today, children can explore these natural treasures but also learn more about the life of the painter by visiting the Museum of Impressionism, installed next to the house.
Namely: some establishments, such as the Louvre, provide visitors with child seats, baby carriers and wheelchairs, as well as a cloakroom and a luggage storage service.