Guided tours are available on request.
Group visits – with audioguides – are possible under the following conditions:
– A group of 30 children/young people born in 2001 and later (30 people including accompanying persons) may visit the Museum, subject to the following conditions: wearing of masks, capacity limits and distance required.
– A group of 25 adults, born before 2001 (25 people including children) may visit the Museum, respecting: the wearing of masks, the capacity limits and the required distance.
Visits should be booked at least ten business days in advance.
We offer two types of visits:
– guided tours with a museum guide
– independent visits with audio guides, for groups of at least ten people
Group prices by booking only. Ticket prices can be found here
- A guided tour of our permanent exhibition: the visit lasts 1 hour and covers the museum’s three separate display areas.
Topics: World War I, World War II, genocide, migration and child soldiers.
- A guided tour of the temporary exhibition: the visit lasts 45 minutes to 1 hour.
- Other workshops run occasionally in conjunction with the permanent and/or temporary exhibitions.
For those who prefer to visit the museum on their own, we offer:
- An audio-guide tour of the permanent exhibition.
Available in French, English, German, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese and Russian. Audio guides for children aged 8–12 and for teenagers are available only in French.
- An independent visit of the temporary exhibition; the informational materials we offer depend on the exhibition.
- The Henry Dunant Room, a space that can be reserved for you to run your own activity.
Preparing for your visit
Download our tips for getting the most out of your visit: