Museo

Association Valentin Haüy - 5 rue Duroc - 75007 Paris

Tour Eiffel - Invalides - 7e Distrito

Descriptivo

Although it was Louis Braille who invented the eponymous system of raised dots used throughout the world, it is thanks to the perseverance of exceptional characters that a made to measure pedagogy was put in place for persons with impaired vision. The musée Valentin Haüy, established in 1886 and named after the first teacher of the blind relates the stages in the struggle for access to culture for the sight impaired. A visual and tactile exhibition presents the methods and tools created for them from the 18th century to the present day.

Colecciones

  • Appareils
  • Cartes en relief
  • Gravures
  • Images en relief
  • Instruments
  • Jeux
  • Lettres autographes
  • Machines à écrire Braille
  • Photographie
  • Sculpture

Estatuto

Privé

Servicios y equipamiento del establecimiento

  • Fótos autorizadas

Idiomas

  • inglés

Documentación en idiomas extranjeros

  • inglés

Precios y condiciones

Visita guiada

By appointment.

Gratuito

Free to all visitors.

Horarios de apertura

Tuesday and Wednesday : 2.30pm - 5pm.

Voir la carte

Association Valentin Haüy - 5 rue Duroc
75007 Paris
Tel. +33 (0) 1 44 49 27 27
musee@avh.asso.fr
www.avh.asso.fr

  • Metro - Duroc
  • RER (tren de cercanías) - Denfert-Rochereau
  • Bus - 28, 39, 70, 82, 87, 89, 92

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