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Activities

Within the framework of your cultural and gastronomic outings, during its opening period the Museum team offers you guided visits, tasting visits (from June to September), events, etc.

Guided Visits

Guided visits are organized on reservation, in the week and during the Museum’s opening hours, for groups of 10 to 25 people max.
 
The visits lasts approximately one hour and covers the upper floors of the Museum, the lower floors being left for you to explore at your own pace.

The price is €6 per person, the entrance fee, without any additional fee for the guide service.

Guided visits are tailored to various publics:

  • Cultural groups, tourists, associations, gourmets, etc.

  • Hospitality Trade Professionals

  • Hospitality Schools

  • Leisure centres

  • SchoolsThe mentally handicapped, etc.

Information and bookings:

- Emma Simanski: e.simanski@musee-escoffier.com

- Justine Escudero: j.escudero@musee-escoffier.com

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Guided Visits

Audio guides are available to hire
at a rate of €3
Languages: French, English, Italian and German

Permanent activities for children

Permanent activities for children

From the age of 6, your child will be able to discover the Museum thanks to a booklet-game designed especially for them!

This idea for an outing will allow you to discover this unique place dedicated to cooking as a family!

This booklet will allow your children to explore the birthplace of Chef Auguste Escoffier while having fun. They will have to be observant to answer the riddles, charades and other rebuses that will be asked in the booklet. A surprise awaits them at the end of their visit!

The booklet costs €2 and admission is free for children under 11.

Children must be accompanied by at least one adult.

He can then have fun in the children's room with two games:

  • one based on French expressions related to culinary vocabulary

  • the other on the theme of leguminous plants

A family outing recommended by our partners:

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