The Louvre Museum: Implementing a solution to guide young audiences in exploring an exhibition




The Louvre Museum in Paris is one of the largest and most famous art museums in the world. With a collection of over 35,000 works, the Louvre showcases artistic treasures from antiquity to the present day, including Leonardo da Vinci’s Mona Lisa and the Venus de Milo. Housed in a majestic royal palace, the museum provides an immersive experience in history, art, and culture, attracting millions of visitors each year.



The team at the Louvre Museum sought to enhance the experience for its young audience during the temporary exhibition “Naples in Paris – The Louvre invites the Capodimonte Museum”. The goal was to create a playful and educational interaction between children and their companions, while deepening their understanding and appreciation of the exhibited works.



An enhanced and transformed
visitor experience

13 min

The average engagement time per session with our system


The first conversational AI guide designed for young audiences

To meet this challenge, Ask Mona developed the first conversational mediation tool specifically targeting children.

The experience involves photographing the artworks present in the exhibition to obtain more information about them.

The tool is embodied through the character of the child in Schedoni‚Äôs work ‚Äď Charity (1611), offering an immersive and personalized experience.

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