Young: 18-30 years

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Are you under 26?

Pass quai Branly Young Person

Become an Ambassador

At a price of only €15, the Pass quai Branly Young Person gives you free access to the entire museum for 1 year along with a guest of your choice as well as specific members’ benefits.

Find out more about the quai Branly pass or download the membership form!

Free entrance to collections

Access to the museum’s permanent collections is free for young people aged 18 to 25 from the European Union!
This also includes access to the exhibitions on display in the mezzanines (East Mezzanine, West Mezzanine and Atelier Martine Aublet).

Young people aged under 26 also enjoy a reduced price for exhibitions in the Galerie Jardin and for performances and concerts.

More details on the prices.

Would you like to study at the museum?

Reading Room

Designed as a private lounge, the Jacques Kerchache Reading Room is the location for regular Encounters with authors, researchers and artists as well as a documentation space.

Open Access: 5,000 publications (exhibition catalogues, art books, atlases, etc.), 70 newsletters and cultural news reviews.

Find out more about the Reading Room

media Library

As a center of excellence in ethnology, the media library offers a wide selection of publications on the arts and civilizations of Africa, Oceania, Asia and the Americas.

Conditions of Access
: free registration on provision of evidence of research (student card, professional card or proof of research or motivation).

Find out more about the media library

The museum, which holds a special place in the Parisian landscape, invites visitors to discover the ‘Other’ and ‘Elsewhere’, and to take a broader view on current questions: the place of women, the environment, migrations, religion, identity, and many other topics

 

Meaningful activities all year round

  • Guided tours of the collections and exhibitions
  • Les narrated tours of the collections (particularly for the new tour Women at the Centre of the World!) and exhibitions
  • Workshops for adults, particularly the Travel Journal workshop, and much more.

Temporary exhibitions

For a more in-depth look at a historic or societal theme, or a world region:

  • Discover all of the exhibitions currently on display at the museum.