3 good reasons
to come to L’aventure Michelin
Our exhibition design caters for disabled visitors
L'Aventure Michelin is certified to "Tourism and Disability" standards
Personalised guidance and facilitation is available through our guided tours
Our exhibition design caters for visitors with hearing impairment
All of the material used to document the tour has been designed for use by visitors with hearing impairment. The reception area in L’Aventure Michelin is also equipped with an induction loop system.
- Individual visits: self-guided tour of the exhibition. French Sign Language (LSF) video guides are available free of charge. You can also use smartguides equipped with induction loops and a text mode. All of these services will facilitate access to L’Aventure Michelin and help understand the exhibits.
- Group visits: a French Sign Language (LSF) interpreter can be arranged for your visit. For optimum visiting conditions, the number of visitors with hearing impairment is limited to 10 people per group.
L’Aventure Michelin is fully wheelchair accessible
The entire exhibition is fully wheelchair accessible. Lifts provide access to the various building levels. Bench seats are dotted along the tour trail and folding chairs are also available on request.
- Individual visits: self-guided tour of the exhibition. Allow 2 hours to visit the exhibition. A wheelchair is available free of charge from the L’Aventure Michelin reception desk.
- Group visits: for optimum visiting conditions, the number of visitors in a wheelchair is limited to 5 people per group.
Intuitive media for visitors with learning disabilities
A lively, multi-sensory visit to L’Aventure Michelin encourages a fun, accessible approach to the history of the Michelin tyre company. The entire exhibition uses a range of intuitive media that allow visitors with learning disabilities to enjoy the L’Aventure Michelin learning trail.
- Individual visits: audioguides are available from the reception desk for an easier access to the information on L’Aventure Michelin and additional features.
- Group visits: for optimum visiting conditions, the number of visitors with learning disabilities is limited to 10 people per group.
A sensory trail for blind and partially-sighted visitors
A sensory trail has been specially developed to make L’Aventure Michelin more accessible to blind and partially-sighted visitors, using tactile models, audio terminals and olfactory materials.
- Individual visits: L’Aventure Michelin offers two visit formats:
– A fully self-guided tour of the entire exhibition using an audioguide. Allow 2½ hours to visit the exhibition.
– Themed tandem tours with an audioguide, focusing on your choice of one of four themes from the tour trail: the Michelin saga, the Michelin Man, maps and guides, and making a tyre. Allow a maximum of 1 hour for the visit.
- Group visits: for optimum visiting conditions, the number of blind or partially-sighted visitors is limited to 5 people per group.