Accessibility for people with a disability
The Musée de la Romanité is particularly concerned with the well-being of visitors with a disability.
- Admission is free for people with a disability (proof will be required), as well as 1 accompanying person. You will have to pass by the ticket office (priority queue), to pick up your free ticket.
- Bookings for guided tours can be made through the online ticket office
- Guide dogs are permitted inside the museum
- The museum is 100% accessible for people with reduced mobility, indoors and outdoors, there are lifts or access ramps to access the garden and rooftop.
Three wheelchairs are available for visitors near the cloakroom and one of them can be booked in advance by calling the museum on +33 (0)4 48 210 200
- Seat sticks are available at the museum welcome desk
- There is a drop-off point just 50m from the entrance to the museum (near the restaurant Wine Bar – Le Cheval Blanc), to make the visit easier for people in a wheelchair. The closest car park to the museum is the “Arènes” car park.
- A specially adapted visual guide is available for visitors with visual, hearing, physical, mental and psychological disabilities. Adapted tours are available in sign language for the deaf and hard of hearing, audio-descriptive tours for the visually impaired and “easy read” documentation. The commentaries available (video in French sign language, audio descriptions, “easy read”) have been created by companies who are specialised in making tour content accessible to all.
- A tactile tour has been set up, leaving from the welcome desk (museum map) and leading into the permanent visitor’s tour with objects to touch, specially adapted to people who are either blind or visually impaired.
Accessibility booklet for the city of Nîmes, produced by the Tourist Office:
If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact us
The Musée de la Romanité awarded the Tourisme & Handicap label
The Musée de la Romanité was awarded the French Tourisme & Handicap (T&H) label for the 4 categories of disability: hearing, mental, motor and visual, at the Interdepartmental Commission on Tourism & Disabilities, held on the 18th November 2021 in Villeneuve-lès-Maguelone. This label was awarded for a period of 5 years.
The process to obtain the French Tourisme & Handicap label began in February 2021, and includes five compulsory steps: submit the application, support from the local T&H unit, assessment audit according to a set of specifications, approval from the territorial board and then finally, promotion of the label.
This label was the next logical step for the museum, in keeping with their commitment to accessibility since they opened in 2018, and has allowed reception staff to be trained in welcoming visitors with a disability, new accessibility equipment to be installed and various improvements to be made over a 5-year period.