National Immigration Museum's collection

  • Disabled Access: Yes
  • Access by Public Transport: Porte Dorée (metro 8)

Accompagnied by a lecturer, visitors are invited to discover immigration in France through the National Museum’s collection.


Built for the International Colonial Exhibition of 1931, this Art Deco palace has been repurposed as a national museum celebrating immigration in France.

Personal accounts, documents from the archives, photographs and artworks provide the basis for a comparative study through disciplines to explore two centuries of immigration in French society.

Photo : Constance Gonçalves, Lorenzo

The Art Deco Palace dedicated to the immigrants that made French society

10,00 €


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