Museu de Ciències Naturals de Barcelona


The NAT Venues Museu de Ciències Naturals de Barcelona Accessibility

Thanks to the accessibility resources and services implemented at the Museum to date, the centre occupies a leading position amongst the city’s public museums. The Museum Accessibility Plan, launched in 2011, continues to expand, improving the services and resources available to people with disabilities.

Accessibility services

  • Permitted access for guide dogs and assistance dogs in all areas of the center.
  • Lift access to the Museum
  • Wheelchair available for visitors
  • Adapted toilets throughout the building
  • Tactile paving to access the information point (starting point: Museum main entrance, on the left)
  • The counters of tickets have adapted to an area closer to people in wheelchairs or stature.
  • Plan of the Museum in relief and Braille (next to the information point) to inform users about main features of the building and orient them
  • Museum information leaflets in large print and Braille
  • Induction loop at the information point and the Museum conference hall
  • Notices about areas and rooms in relief and Braille
  • Pieces from the collection, models, tactile reproductions, diagrams and drawings throughout the exhibition
  • Texts and posters for the 17 interactive tables in large print and Braille
  • A total of 50 pieces that can be touched freely –including both originals and models– accompanied by diagrams in relief and texts in large print and Braille
  • Museum staff trained in accessibility and assisting people with disabilities
  • Free or reduced rates for people with disability holders of Reduced Pink Card or Pink Card Free. Free entry to the owners of the metropolitan accompanying disabled person card.
  • Fonoteca  in the media Library

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