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ENTRANCE TICKETS

Several options are available to those wishing to visit the museum !
 

COMBINED TICKET (Main Collections level + Garden Gallery)

The joint ticket allows you to visit all of the areas of the museum. Main Collections level : explore the exhibitions on the mezzanine level and the permanent exhibition with its 3,500 works divided into geographical areas - Oceania, Asia, Africa and the Americas. The route follows a central walkway designed to resemble a river, illustrating both the uniqueness of each civilisation and their contacts. Garden Gallery : explore our exhibition Les Forêts Natales.

This ticket provides access to the following exhibitions : In their native forests in the Garden Gallery Before the Incas. Gods and Kings in Ancient Peru on the Collections level.
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MAIN COLLECTIONS LEVEL TICKET

The permanent exhibition houses some 3,5000 works divided into geographical areas - Oceania, Asia, Africa and the Americas. The route follows a central walkway designed to resemble a river, illustrating both the uniqueness of each civilisation and their contacts. Regular museographic changes are made to keep the themes on display fresh and help preserve fragile works that cannot withstand long periods of time on display.



This ticket provides access to the exhibitions housed on the Collections level :

Before the Incas. Gods and Kings in Ancient Peru
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GARDEN GALERY TICKET

IN THEIR NATIVE FOREST

Atlantic Equatorial Africa has given the African arts some of its most extraordinary masterpieces. From the visual power of the Fang people to the naturalist elegance of the Punu, the collection offers an overview of the main artistic styles observed across this extensive region.

From October 3th to Sunday January 21st 2017



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AUDIOGUIDES

To Play, learn and enjoy

Audioguides offer an enriched tour to understand, see and hear the works of the collections and exhibitions of the museum. Create your own journey through a selection of 80 objects presented by the museum curators. To the voice commentaries produced for a selection of works can be added photographs, slide shows and videos which will enrich your visit to the exhibition.

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