+33 (0)1 44 05 72 72
By bus: Lines 22 & 32 stop at Scheffer and Trocadéro. Lines 30 & 63 stop at Trocadéro. Line 72 stops at Pont d’Iéna (short walk through the Trocadero gardens).
By Metro: Lines 6 & 9 stop at Trocadéro, exit at "Avenue Paul Doumer – Musée de l’Homme".
By river shuttle: Batobus, Bateaux parisiens and Vedettes de Paris stop at the Eiffel Tower.
A space for debate, an agora open to all, this privileged place makes it possible to address the major current issues in the human sciences. In its element, the visitor enjoys vast spheres of exchange and life: atrium, auditorium, resource center, news area, educational workshops.
The permanent exhibition, through a diversity of approaches, develops three major themes, from the origins of Man to his future: who are we, where are we from, where are we going? With the objective of understanding the human and the place it occupies in the living, to tell its origins and to question our margins of adaptation in the world of tomorrow.
The route is based on invaluable collections: fossils of Cro-Magnon men, the paleolithic statuette known as "Venus de Lespugue", anatomical waxes... The collections of the Musée de l'Homme are among the most important in the world in the fields of prehistory and anthropology...
Animals not accepted
Cloakrooms are available free of charge on Level 1 of the museum.
Changing tables are available in the Men’s and Ladies’ toilets on Level 1 of the museum.
For improved comfort, equipment is available at the Group reception desk on Level one. Wheelchairs, portable seats and visual aids are available upon request, simply ask our staff.
On site restaurants:
Restaurant Le Café de l’Homme
Accessible from the museum entrance, the Café de l’Homme restaurant was renovated by the interior designer duo Gilles & Boissier, in the spirit of art deco. Grand arches open onto a terrace overlooking the Trocadero gardens. Local ingredients from the regions of France and traditional French fare are revisited with an international touch spanning all continents.
"The restaurant echoes the spirit of the museum, serving cuisine influenced by cultural exchange" explains Coco Coupérie-Eiffel and her associate, Christophe Bonnat, directors of the new team. The Café de l’Homme seats 212 indoors, 112 on the terrace, and 12 on the mezzanine.
The Café de l’Homme is available for hire upon request.
Open daily from 12:00 pm to 2:00 am
Tel: +33 (0)1 44 05 30 15
Cafeteria Café Lucy
Located on the second level of the museum, Café Lucy serves light fare: sandwiches, salads, soups, hot dishes, deserts, snacks and hot and cold drinks. The menu, featuring seasonal ingredients, organic produce, local products, and AOC, AOP, or Label Rouge products, will be updated 2-4 times a year. The menu will include two seasonal dishes, with updates every two days. Salads will be arranged before the customer, to guarantee freshness and the absence of allergens, if necessary.
Close attention will be paid to waste management, with 100% biodegradable packaging and ceramic tableware.
Open during museum hours: every day except Tuesday, 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, late nights Wednesday until 9:00 pm.
Groupes fares are based on reduced price depending on the number of tickets
10 - 12€
7 - 9€
Booking required : Yes
Reservation deadline (in days) : 30 days
External guide accepted
Right to speak
Right to speak cost : 30€
Wheelchairs, portable seats and visual aids are available on request at the Group reception desk on Level 1 of the museum.
Hearing loops are installed in the reception area, the Galerie de l’Homme, the Jean Rouch Auditorium and the educational workshops. All videos are subtitled in French. Many of the videos are also available in French sign language.
For a better idea of the layout of the museum spaces, a tactile model of the entire building is available on Level one.