GROUPS ON GUIDED TOURS
Our guides will be pleased to explain you the paintings of the collection of the Marc Chagall national museum. You can choose different options :
Guided tours - young public - FRENCH, ENGLISH, ITALIAN
Discover the permanent collection of the Biblical Message and the temporary exhibitions with a lecturer from the Marc Chagall National Museum. (1 hour or 1h30 duration)
Guided tours with educational booklet in italian - The Biblical Message (13 y/o 14 y/o)
The guided tours with educational booklet focus on the Biblical Message collection. This teaching aid, is given to each student at the time of the visit.
Recommended duration of the visit with the booklet : 1h30
Pupils should bring their pencils.
Durées / tarifs
The drawing and colour sessions
Pupils are invited to experiment with the relationship to drawing, its shift towards form and then the contribution of colour: a concrete and creative method for exploring Marc Chagall's artistic approach.
Recommended duration of the visit with the drawing session : 1h30 or 2h
All tools are provided by the museum.
Duration / prices
You can consult the entire educational offer by downloading the pdf document below:
How to book ?
For groups whose number of participants exceeds the maximum capacity (30 people), it is possible to organise two staggered visits, or to call on a second lecturer, depending on availability.
In order to process your request as quickly as possible, please download the pre-reservation form below and return it completed to the address: email@example.com
Contacts (Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays)
+33 (0)4 93 53 87 35
+33 (0)6 30 15 42 70
GROUPS ON SELF-GUIDED TOURS
Reservations are required by e-mail or telephone.
Tickets can be purchased on site on the day of the visit.
Remote payment is only possible on the websites of our partners (carrefour.fr, fnac.com)
+33 (0)4 93 53 87 20
The number of participants may not exceed 30 in a group.
NEW VISITING CONDITIONS
The VIGIPIRATE plan has been upgraded to the "Enhanced Security - Attack Risk" level for the whole of France, as of 21 June 2021.
Following the recent attacks, and in order to ensure the safety of visitors, the Marc Chagall National Museum applies the preventive measures decided by the government for public administrations. For more information on the measures established by the French government, click here
We therefore do not offer a cloakroom service. Only backpacks, measuring no more than 20 x 25 x 40 cm, are allowed in the museum.
We recommend that you do not bring suitcases or large bags into the museum as they are not permitted. Your bags and personal belongings will be systematically searched at the entrance of the museum.
Easing of health rules
As of 14 March 2022, the changing health situation will allow for a relaxation of the rules for visiting cultural venues.
The obligation to present a vaccination or health pass is abolished. The same applies to the obligation to distance oneself or to wear a mask. Visitors who wish to do so may continue to wear them.
Furthermore, we invite you to take note of the current conditions for visits to the museum regarding the spread of covid-19. This will enable you to organise your visit as well as possible.
Vignettes : Couverture du livret de visite jeune public, illustré de La Création de l'Homme (détail, dessin de Marc Chagall, 1956-1958, pastel, encre noire et lavis de gouache sur carton). Jeunes visiteurs devant l'œuvre de Marc Chagall, La Lutte de Jacob et L'Ange (détail, huile sur toile,1960-1966). Nice, musée national Marc Chagall. Photo : musées nationaux du XXe siècle des Alpes-Maritimes (c) ADAGP, Paris, 2021