Physical disability

The HOME OF JOHN AND EUGENIE BOST is a museum open to everyone free of charge.

Visits are made freely. Guided tours are only for groups and upon reservation.

The museum does not have a welcome desk but a person is immediately available at the « accueil » (reception) of the Foundation and will assist and accompany you if needed.


Arrival at the site

On arriving at the Foundation, the HOME OF JOHN AND EUGENIE BOST is well signposted.


Entrance to the museum

At the entrance to the museum, the person in charge of welcoming you, has a slate for writing in order to help with communication for visitors


Visiting the museum

The majority of the pieces of work are of a height between 0.90m and 1.30m.

The pathway is a minimum width of 0.90m to 1.40m.

The pieces on shelves (cabinets, books) are easy to find with a stick and do not present any obstacle to the pathway.

Les displays are totally accessible, at a height where one can move around. Access to all the representations is possible, as well as circulation in all the museum halls.

The tactile i pads are entirely accessible. The i pads are situated on fixed posts, with clear space underneath. They are placed at a good height, slightly inclined.


Discover the museum in a group

Available to groups only with a reservation, out of season.


Click here to reserve a guided tour

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