Visiteur utilisant un dispositif audio dans l'exposition "En cuisine"

The Cité internationale de la gastronomie et du vin de Dijon is committed to making its cultural tours accessible to all audiences, whatever their needs.

The exhibitions are accessible to people with reduced mobility and adapted tour tools are offered free of charge for visitors with special needs.


Visitors with disabilities and their companions can access the exhibitions with reduced rate tickets.

Visitor facilities

Visitors with developmental and learning disabilities

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Easy to learn and to comprehend booklets (FALC)

FALC booklets in French language are available free of charge for visiting the permanent and temporary exhibitions.

They are available in paper version at the Cité’s reception desk.

Visitors with a hearing impairment

Visitors with a hearing impairment

Magnetic induction loops are installed at the Cité’s reception desk and in the shops to enable visitors with hearing impairment to interact more effectively with their interlocutor.

In the exhibitions, all the videos are subtitled.

Filmed tours of the exhibitions in French Sign Language filmed tour are available on the free platform IZI Travel.

Visitors with a visual impairment

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The exhibitions are not fully accessible for blind visitors. We advise you to come with a companion.

Sensory visit kits facilitate the discovery of the exhibitions with a companion. There are kits for each of the permanent and temporary exhibitions.

These kits can be borrowed free of charge at the Cité’s reception desk.

Assistance dogs are accepted in the exhibitions

Visitors with mobility impairments

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All public transport services leading to the Cité are accessible to people with reduced mobility, as well as all the buildings of the Cité.

For visitors who tire quickly, the Cité has canes and wheelchairs available on request at the reception desk.

The floors of the Cité are accessible by lifts or ramps.

All toilets are accessible to people with reduced mobility.

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