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by Caricatore Per la Mappa

The Museum of Contemporary Art Metelkova (MSUM) displays selected works of contemporary art from the Arteast 2000+ international collection and the MG+MSUM national collection. The museum has an extensive library containing 66.000 books, exhibition catalogues, and professional journals and newspapers on the subject of contemporary art. Free tours available to all the disabled. Tours especially adapted for them. For the hard of hearing they have short summaries of exhibitions and subtitles. For the visually impaired they have different exhibits with the emphasis on other senses (touch, smell, sound, narrative). For wheelchair users the entrance and the inside is completely accessible, also via large enough elevator. There is also a disabled toilet.

  • Languaje Available: English, Slovenian, Croatian
  • Adaptability: 1- Reduced mobility, 2- Deaf/hard of hearing, 3- Visually impaired
  • Contents: Art, Cultural, Guides

 Slovenia / 62 views

by Caricatore Per la Mappa

The Ljubljana Museum of Modern Art is dedicated to modern art in Slovenia. Apart from housing a permanent collection of 20th century Slovenian art, it hosts temporary exhibitions presenting new artistic practices. It serves as one of the venues for the International Biennial of Graphic Arts, held in Ljubljana every odd year. Free tours available to all the disabled. Tours, that are especially adapted for them. For the hard of hearing they have short summaries of exhibitions and subtitles. For the visually impaired they have different exhibits with the emphasis on other senses (touch, smell, sound, narrative). For wheelchair users the entrance is via long, but not too steep ramp (see picture). The inside is completely accessible, also via large enough elevator. There is also a disabled toilet.

  • Languaje Available: English, Slovenian, Croatian
  • Adaptability: 1- Reduced mobility, 2- Deaf/hard of hearing, 3- Visually impaired
  • Contents: Art, Cultural, Guides

 Slovenia / 71 views

by Caricatore Per la Mappa

Enigmarium®, the first and most popular escape room in Slovenia! In September 2014, they were the first to present this unique game concept in Ljubljana. Today, Enigmarium® – with more than thirty completely original gaming experiences – is one of the trendsetters in the field of Gamification in Tourism, and playful experiences are becoming one of the most popular ways to spend free time in cities across Slovenia, Europe and even across the pond. How does the game work? An escape room is an exciting reality game for a team of 2–4 (maximum 6) players. In 60 minutes, you have to solve the mission – by discovering hidden objects and clues, deciphering the codes, solving puzzles, and above all, thinking logically and cooperating with your team. Why Enigmarium®? Because they are original! Unique challenges and stories that you can’t find anywhere else, visual hints and fun high-tech gadgets await you. They have designed the challenges so that everyone can contribute based on their particular skills, there’s no need to know a foreign language, and the dramaturgical arc will keep you in suspense until the last second. Their friendliest gamemasters can also come to the rescue with visual hints and make sure that your hour-long mission will turn into an unforgettable experience. Not accessible for wheelchairs, but accessible for the hard of hearing.

  • Languaje Available: English, Slovenian, Croatian
  • Adaptability: 2- Deaf/hard of hearing
  • Contents: Workshow

 Slovenia / 63 views

by Caricatore Per la Mappa

Enigmarium®, the first and most popular escape room in Slovenia! In September 2014, they were the first to present this unique game concept in Ljubljana. Today, Enigmarium® – with more than thirty completely original gaming experiences – is one of the trendsetters in the field of Gamification in Tourism, and playful experiences are becoming one of the most popular ways to spend free time in cities across Slovenia, Europe and even across the pond. How does the game work? An escape room is an exciting reality game for a team of 2–4 (maximum 6) players. In 60 minutes, you have to solve the mission – by discovering hidden objects and clues, deciphering the codes, solving puzzles, and above all, thinking logically and cooperating with your team. Why Enigmarium®? Because they are original! Unique challenges and stories that you can’t find anywhere else, visual hints and fun high-tech gadgets await you. They have designed the challenges so that everyone can contribute based on their particular skills, there’s no need to know a foreign language, and the dramaturgical arc will keep you in suspense until the last second. Their friendliest gamemasters can also come to the rescue with visual hints and make sure that your hour-long mission will turn into an unforgettable experience. Not accessible for wheelchairs, but accessible for the hard of hearing.

  • Languaje Available: English, Slovenian, Croatian
  • Adaptability: 2- Deaf/hard of hearing
  • Contents: Workshow

 Slovenia / 68 views

by Caricatore Per la Mappa

Enigmarium®, the first and most popular escape room in Slovenia! In September 2014, they were the first to present this unique game concept in Ljubljana. Today, Enigmarium® – with more than thirty completely original gaming experiences – is one of the trendsetters in the field of Gamification in Tourism, and playful experiences are becoming one of the most popular ways to spend free time in cities across Slovenia, Europe and even across the pond. How does the game work? An escape room is an exciting reality game for a team of 2–4 (maximum 6) players. In 60 minutes, you have to solve the mission – by discovering hidden objects and clues, deciphering the codes, solving puzzles, and above all, thinking logically and cooperating with your team. Why Enigmarium®? Because they are original! Unique challenges and stories that you can’t find anywhere else, visual hints and fun high-tech gadgets await you. They have designed the challenges so that everyone can contribute based on their particular skills, there’s no need to know a foreign language, and the dramaturgical arc will keep you in suspense until the last second. Their friendliest gamemasters can also come to the rescue with visual hints and make sure that your hour-long mission will turn into an unforgettable experience. Not accessible for wheelchairs, but accessible for the hard of hearing.

  • Languaje Available: English, Slovenian, Croatian
  • Adaptability: 2- Deaf/hard of hearing
  • Contents: Workshow

 Slovenia / 62 views

by Caricatore Per la Mappa

SENSPERIENCE is a unique interactive game. This immersive theatrical/escape game experience was developed in cooperation with international psychologists and game designers. It’s not theatre. It’s not an escape room. It’s an adventure far beyond that. When your team arrives, you’ll all be blindfolded – then you’ll be guided to sit on a row of seats in the room where the scenario will take place. Everything that takes place around you will be seen only in your imagination. Without leaving your seat, you’ll experience another world through your other heightened senses. Don’t worry, you’ll forget in the first few minutes that you cannot see, just as soon as you hear the gamemaster say: “The game has begun.” Interactivity: The gamemaster will lead your and your teammates through the game. He or she will be your guide and your eyes. Through interacting and talking to the gamemaster, you’ll be able to move, see and feel the environment in which you’ll experience the game. On your mission you’ll also interact with live actors (they’ll speak either English or Slovenian language) and feel and use real objects. You and your team will be the ones who decide what happens in the game. In this unique and unforgettable experience, you won’t use your eyes, thus making your other senses even more important. Your other senses will be actively involved in the game. You’ll hear sounds, smell odours, touch and use objects – you will feel the realistic world around you – and you’ll actually see it in your imagination! It will be an experience that you’ll talk about for weeks. The original idea for the game was made in collaboration with Russian military psychologists, who use similar techniques to cure PTS and to best emulate critical situations. Without a doubt, SENSPERIENCE is the most immersive and deep gaming experience you can ever imagine! You’ll feel strong emotions and an adrenaline rush since the imaginary world in your head will become so realistic. But don’t forget: It’s only a game – and you are playing the main role. Nothing can endanger you or your health in real life, every interaction is 100% safe. Gather your team and escape reality! The room is not accessible for wheelchair users, but especially friendly and recommended for the visually impaired.

  • Languaje Available: English, Slovenian, Croatian
  • Adaptability: 3- Visually impaired
  • Contents: Workshow

 Slovenia / 63 views

by Caricatore Per la Mappa

Visitors of the park will receive direct experience in science and technology. Aim of the park is to create awareness of the importance of technology development for our lives and for the environment we live in. In Tehnopark Celje anything is possible: 3 floors of fun, 53 interactive exhibits, magical world of illusions, 360 view of Celje. The biggest park of science, technology and innovation in Slovenia is a place where you can play and learn, socialise and be amazed at the world. Visit the world of tehno riddles and explore phenomena that tease your brain. Tehno cube is ready to be opened and explored. One of their missions is to spread the word about inaccessibility for the disabled. So they have 2 exhibits, where the guests can try riding on a wheelchair over some obstacles, or a so called Blind Walk, where they also get to know the inaccessibility. Almost all of their exhibits are accessible to wheechair users.

  • Languaje Available: English, Slovenian
  • Adaptability: 1- Reduced mobility, 3- Visually impaired
  • Contents: Guides, Workshow

 Slovenia / 56 views

by Caricatore Per la Mappa

The Slovenian Museum of Natural History is a national cultural institution, funded by the Government of the Republic of Slovenia. It is the only national and governmental museum in authority for acquiring, conserving and exhibiting natural history collections. All guests with (any kind of) disabilities have free entrance. With wheelchair you enter with the help of an employee at the back door. You just ring bell (the sign is visible). They also have a disabled toilet. The inside is completely accessible, also via 2 elevators, that are large enough. People with visual impairments can touch and feel many of the tactile exhibitions they have. They also have a few signs written in Braille. Films and animations are subtitled for the hard of hearing. For the people with mental and learning dicciculties they have specially adapted (pre-agreed) workshops and guides, tailored exaclty for specific guests. Those programs are lead by their experienced employee with pedagogical education and knowledge for working with all kinds of disabled.

  • Languaje Available: English, Slovenian
  • Adaptability: 1- Reduced mobility, 2- Deaf/hard of hearing, 3- Visually impaired, 4- Deaf-Blind, 5- Learning difficulties
  • Contents: Cultural, Guides

 Slovenia / 65 views

by Caricatore Per la Mappa

Local cinema multiplex center with 5 halls. Accessible with public transport, there is also free parking (with disabled parking spaces) in front. All halls are accessible with a wheelchair. They also have a free entrance. There is a disabled toilet inside.Halls 1,3 and 5 are also have an induction loop for the hard of hearing.

  • Languaje Available: English, Slovenian
  • Adaptability: 1- Reduced mobility, 2- Deaf/hard of hearing
  • Contents: Cultural

 Slovenia / 69 views

by Caricatore Per la Mappa

Murska Sobota Castle and its Renaissance concept go back to the 16th century. Among the outstanding Renaissance architectural elements are stone window frames and the stone arch of the northern portal. Together with its park, Murska Sobota Castle is an important centre of cultural and social events in the town. Since 1956, it has housed the Regional Pomurje Museum, Murska Sobota, featuring a permanent exhibition on the life of people on the Mura from the first settlement to the present (museum is not yet accessible for wheelchairs). The castle also houses the Youth Information and Culture Club (Mikk), which organises programmes of modern visual arts and music by young artists, selected concerts, and presentations in the club’s café. MIKK is accessible for wheelchair users via ramp, that is quite steep. They also have a disabled toilet. There is also a multi-purpose hall for minor stage performances and shows, events, and meetings. The hall has an induction loop for the hard of hearing. A special festival and tourist event are the Sobota Days at the end of June, when the town launches a very diverse programme of summer musical and stage events. This festival is accessible for wheelchairs.

  • Languaje Available: English, Slovenian
  • Adaptability: 1- Reduced mobility, 2- Deaf/hard of hearing
  • Contents: Cultural

 Slovenia / 75 views

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