Explore the collections on your own. Smartphones can be borrowed free of charge to guide you.
For groups of 12 and up, a tour guide will take you around the museum. Remember to reserve your tour at least one month in advance.
For groups of over 25 visitors, two tours can be scheduled simultaneously.
Schoolchildren and other groups of children
Five tour options:
“The Big Story”: for little ones discovering the museum for the first time.
“Mission Exploration”: starting with ages 9-12, a discovery booklet is provided for children to lead a real investigation, under the supervision of a guide.
“Secret Collections”: Starting with ages 6-9, little adventurers will follow the clues to find treasures located throughout the museum.
“Mystery at the Museum”: In 1785, Didier Neuviller was murdered. Where is his murderer? Lead the investigation in the museum, collect clues and question suspects to find out whodunnit. An application reveals an 18th century county in which the Lumières shine light on the dark side.
“Alone in the Museum”: a self-guided tour during which the teacher takes over the premises to implement an educational project.