Here is a question tormenting philosophers and scientists for centuries: what is human? The Musée de l’Homme takes you to this investigation looking for a meaning, to the borders of human, for a fantastic journey. Meet from October 13, 2021 to May 30, 2022 to answer this question as old as humankind…
From October 13, 2021 to July 25, 2022, the Musée de l’Homme gives pride of place to sneakers. Jordan, Stan Smith, Converse… From tracks to catwalks, sneakers have grown into essential accessories in our daily lives. Come along and learn more about these famous shoes.
On Saturday September 18 and Sunday September 19, 2021, the Musée de l’Homme, Paris takes part in European Heritage Days and opens its doors for free to the general public to tell us more about our ancestors and our world, through tours, and other entertainments.
For Museums Night on July 3, 2021, Paris Musée de l’Homme invites us to different tours, workshops and entertainments. Enjoy a free access to the exhibition areas and discover the museum's rich permanent collections.
The Musée de l’Homme invites you to share one last meal, but not any kind. The “Dernier repas à Pompéi” (Last Meal in Pompei) exhibition takes us to discover the food and leftovers found during the archaeological digs. Items and works exhibited leave Italy for the first time: you do not want to miss this exceptional exhibition reopening at the same time as the museum in January 2021.
From February 13 to June 3, 2019 Paris Musée de l’Homme exhibition, “Tromelin, l’île aux esclaves oubliés” [Tromelin: The island of the forgotten slaves] questions visitors about our colonial past and the borders of humanity, reminding us of the story of the “Chevalier de Tromelin” and the forgotten slaves.
Nine street-artists are invited by Paris Musée de l’Homme to reinterpret an article of Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) to celebrate its 70th anniversary. Works are displayed from February 13 to June 30, 2019 in the ‘J’ai le Droit d’avoir des Droits’ [I have the Right to have Rights] exhibition!
Discover the Neanderthal Man at Paris Musée de l’Homme. For this second major exhibition, the museum focuses on another human species that disappeared over 35,000 years ago, after living on the Earth for over 350,000 years.
Located in Place du Trocadéro in Paris, the Musée de l’Homme houses, from January 18 to June 30, 2018, an exhibition of Pierre de Vallombreuse photographs. The core of his work: the Palawan ethnic group leaving on a south-western island in the Philippines.
Located in Place du Trocadéro, the Musée de l’Homme runs a modern art exhibition from October 5, 2017 to April 2, 2018. Artist Théo Mercier takes over the permanent collections rooms to offer a visit through his work.