- disabled parking spaces are available
- access to the museum and ticket office is via a gravel path which starts at the parking area.
- Inside the museum, the exhibition rooms and cinema are wheelchair accessible.
- Wheelchair access is possible (via a steep ramp) to the lobby of the cave which contains our shop and bookstore.
- Visiting the cave is not possible because of the stairs.
- It is possible to bring a car or van close to the museum entrance temporarily to drop off or pick up a visitor.
- Toilets are accessible in the museum without climbing any stairs, and are adapted for handicapped people..
People who are deaf or hard of hearing
- During the visit to the cave, we will loan you a book of the commentary in English (also available in other languages).
People with impaired vision
- The path through the cave is accessible (there are ramps and hand rails),
- The cave is dimly lit; the slopes and stairs are equipped with runway lighting,
- In the museum you can touch relief reproductions of prehistoric paintings (hand stencils).
People who can walk with some difficulty
- The guided visit lasts an hour and is done on foot.
- The access stair to the tour has 40 steps down and back up.
- The tour distance is around 400m, broken up by stops to view the panels and paintings.
- The path is made-up with ramps and hand rails but the ground is uneven in places.
- It is a flat route broken up by stairs up and down (between 3 and 20 steps).
- It is necessary to keep up with the pace of the group but you can take your time climbing up the 40 steps at the end of the tour.
- Mention any concerns to the guide at the start – he will help you.
Physical or mental handicap
- You are welcome ,
- If you form a complete group for a visit to the cave (25 people), the guide will adapt his commentary to your needs.