Visitor guide information
You will find:
- all external and internal access points, along with circulation modes (lifts, escalators, etc.);
- recommended access points for people with disabilities;
- the location of toilets, places to buy food and drink, bookshops and boutiques.
The map also provides information on:
- ongoing events in the different spaces (galleries, film and conference rooms, etc.);
- the works currently presented on Levels 4 and 5 of the museum and in Brancusi's Studio.
Our series of podcasts entitled "Centre Pompidou Visits" offers free audio content that you can listen to on your mobile phone, dealing with:
- the major exhibitions of the moment;
- the masterpieces in the collection;
- the history of the building;
- and the view of Paris that you can admire free of charge from the top floor of the Centre Pompidou.
Our chatbot will accompany you throughout your visit to the Centre Pompidou.
Its tips will answer any practical questions you may ask:
- opening hours, tariffs
- visit recommendations…
The permanent collection reveals the history of more than one hundred works:
- send a photo of a work
- and discover exclusive content: video, analysis, podcast.
The "Centre Pompidou Accessibility" app is primarily designed for people with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and neuro-developmental disorders, or anyone with similar needs, to help them visit the Centre Pompidou.
This application enables you to prepare your visit beforehand and, once on site, to access adapted content.
- 20 social scenarios in the form of short stories you can read or listen to, in order to anticipate all the stages of your visit;
- a customisable visual timetable to mark out the stages of a visit;
- sensorial maps to locate the different busy, noisy or particularly bright spaces and resting places in the museum;
- a series of pictograms and a vocal reading system to facilitate communication with those around you and Centre Pompidou personnel.