34-36 quai du Louvre, 75001
Phone +33-01-40205151 or 01-40205050
The Louvre is the widest French museum. After the renovation
it is now quite fully accessible by lifts; all the main masterpieces
are in accessible galleries. The main entrance is through
the Pyramid and there is a special lift to provide barrier free
access to people using a wheelchair. The museum has fully accessible
toilettes and an accessible coffee shop.
62 rue de Lille, 75007
Phone +33- 01-40494814
The museum is fully accessible by many lift and ramps. Inside
there are accessible toilett and 2 accessible resturants.
buildings and tourist spots
Pl du Parvis, 75004
Phone +33- 01-43260739
Accessible. The inside space is flat and fully
accessible with the exception of the Ambulatory where there
are 3 steps.
Accessible by lift and ramp.
Accessible WC in the basement of one of the pillars
& Moulin Rouge (Traditional Paris night spots)
At the entrance of both theaters there are steps but the staff
is very helpuful; inside steps too. Possible with some help.
Paris has built itself up on the banks of the river Seine,
as well as being a relaxing approach to sight-seeing, is one
of the best ways to see what the city has to offer.
Many of the sights are near the river and in the
evenings the floodlighting shows some of the facades at their
best. The boats, called "Bateaux Mouches" are accessible
with the help of the staff of the companies.
The building is accessible up to the second floor by ramps
The gardens are accessible too but the tracks are unpaved.
The ground floor is accessible with help. No lift up to the
Garden accessible but tranks unpaved.
information are subject to change; please let
us know all the changes you know, thank you!