Persons of reduced mobility
The entire Musée Lalique is accessible on one level. Car park 1, opposite the museum entrance, is more particularly reserved for people who have difficulty getting about.
Benches punctuate the way through the permanent exhibition, offering visitors the chance to take regular rests. For visitors who have greater problems standing, portable seats are available at reception.
Deaf or hearing-impaired people
The Musée Lalique will shortly put videos on line presenting the museum in the French Sign Language. A video guide in French Sign Language will also be available at museum reception as of this coming autumn.
The auditorium is equipped with an induction loop, intended for hearing-impaired people who use a hearing aid.
People with a visual disability
The Musée Lalique is not particularly suitable for people with a visual disability. We suggest that visually-impaired and blind visitors come accompanied.
The Musée Lalique will shortly offer visits that appeal to the senses. They will be intended for everyone and will present the permanent exhibition from another point of view, using all five senses.
In addition, a multi-touch table can be explored by all visitors towards the end of the tour. It encourages the use of the sense of touch to explore working in glass through one of Lalique's emblematic pieces, the Bacchantes vase. From mould to signed piece, it will be possible to feel how the material develops with your fingertips.
People with a mental disability
The permanent exhibition at the Musée Lalique is very visual and encourages a sense-oriented approach suitable for people suffering from a mental disability. The reception staff have been trained to greet them and appropriate signs make it easy to find your way around the buildings.
Please ask for assistance at reception.