Carnavalet Museum Accessibility

  Carnavalet Museum Disabled Access – The Carnavalet Museum describes the history of Paris.  Most of it is not accessible.  There is no elevator to the upper floor and part of the ground level has steps to get through.

Because Carnavalet Museum disabled access is poor and it is located away from the other Parist tourist sights, I recommend passing up a visit here.  A better alternative to see a layout of the city and understand it’s history is one of the accessible Paris boat tours.

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Is there an accessible entrance? Yes

Where is it located? At 29 Rue de Sévigné
Are there steps to get into the building? No steps at the accessible entrance. There is a ramp.
Is the door push/pull, revolving, automated by a button, or motion activated? Push/pull

Where is the closest place that cars/taxis can drop-off people? On the street directly in front of the building.

Are there cobblestones or hills leading to the entrance? No cobblestones or hills.

What percentage of the attraction can be viewed without having to go up steps? 60%

Which parts are not accessible? Upper floor

Are there loaner wheelchairs?

Is there an accessible bathroom? Yes
Is the door wide enough for a wheelchair?
Are there grab bars?
Is there a space to position a wheelchair next to the toilet?

Are there guided tours that don’t have to go up stepsNo

Does advance notice need to be given for…
…handicapped parking? No
…opening of an accessible entrance? Yes, ring the bell
…loaner wheelchairs? No
…accessible tours? No

Is there a discount for someone with a disability and/or their companion? Free for everyone

Address: 23 Rue de Sévingé, Paris, France, 75003
Telephone:  01 44 59 58 58

There is step-free access to the courtyard at the entrance:

There are 3 steps to go through the main entrance:

Instead of going up the steps, you can turn right and use these two ramps to get into the building.  A staff member will need to open the door:


750 meter route from Jewish Art and History Museum to Carnavalet Museum:

Disabled parking near the Carnavalet Museum:


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   Wheelchair Accessible Tour of Paris Latin Quarter
   Wheelchair Accessible Guided Tour of the Louvre Museum
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