Children and families have their own dedicated space in a first bubble, consisting of a "cabin" where younger children can learn about the museum world through play and drawing while older ones explore with the family the resources made available to them.
In the immersive space of a second bubble, the visitor is immersed in the artworks by means of very high definition images projected in very large format. Each work of art is deciphered in the presence of a mediator from different angles, artistic and symbolic (iconographic analysis), but also technical (using scientific imaging) and archaeological (putting the work of art back into its context, in 3D in its original site).
The Resource Centre nevertheless places great emphasis on books. Its media library, located in bubble 2, has documentary resources consisting of 6000 books, mostly on art history and on the temporary exhibitions, but also on more specific subjects such as the museum's different fields of work, and the history of the museum site and project. Research in the field of museology and new tools for disseminating knowledge will also be available.
Books aimed at young visitors will also account for a significant part of these documentary resources.