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This museum takes you back in time, to more than 2,000 years ago, to the heart of Samnite history, accessible to people with visual impairments, through a narrative activated by sensors placed along the route and a "tactile" experience conducted on a 3-D replica of one of the collection's best-known artifacts. Museo Sannitico - deaf experience is the official App of the Sannitico Museum in Campobasso conceived and developed to improve its accessibility, particularly for people with hearing disabilities.

  • Adaptability: 2- Deaf/hard of hearing, 3- Visually impaired
  • Languaje Available: Local + English

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Tactile map A braille tactile map describing the structure and buildings in the complex has been placed at the entrance to the Museum Citadel complex. LIS video Three monitors are located at the entrance of the Museum, opposite the ticket office. One of the monitors offers a video in LIS (Italian sign language) with subtitles in Italian and English that introduces the visit to the museum. Two other videos in LIS are located along the exhibition route. There are several ramps to aid access for people with mobility disabilities. Accessible elevators and bathrooms make the visit extremely comfortable.

  • Adaptability: 1- Reduced mobility, 2- Deaf/hard of hearing, 3- Visually impaired
  • Languaje Available: Local + English

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Possibility for people with hearing disabilities to book a tour with a LIS interpreter who has an agreement with the museum. There are videos in LIS and subtitles explaining the museum and the works. There is a selection of significant objects that can be enjoyed tactilely. Access is possible for people in wheelchairs.

  • Adaptability: 1- Reduced mobility, 2- Deaf/hard of hearing, 3- Visually impaired
  • Languaje Available: Local + English

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For the hearing-impaired, there are tablets to visit the Ducal Palace and Gallery with 15 video guides in LIS. The blind, on the other hand, have a smartphone device provided by the building to listen to audio descriptions. Easy access for wheelchair users.

  • Adaptability: 1- Reduced mobility, 2- Deaf/hard of hearing, 3- Visually impaired
  • Languaje Available: Local + English

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Video guides to the halls in LIS (Italian sign language) for the deaf. Audioguides for the blind. Braille captions of the most significant works and/or functional for tactile reading. Relief panels of Giovanni Bellini's Coronation of the Virgin and the facade of the Ducal Palace in Pesaro. Three-dimensional high relief reproduction of a majolica plate with "Pesaro rose-style" decoration. There is also full accessibility for wheelchair users.  

  • Adaptability: 1- Reduced mobility, 2- Deaf/hard of hearing, 3- Visually impaired
  • Languaje Available: Local + English

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The Museo Omero was created to promote knowledge of art to people with visual disabilities. All of the more than 200 works--sculptures, copies and originals, architectural models, design objects--are accessible by touch and accompanied by captions and panels in Braille. Moving platforms with ladders are available for tactile exploration of the taller works. Specialized operators from the Museo Omero accompany blind and visually impaired people on a journey of discovery of sculpture and architecture, from the classical to the contemporary period, through a selection of the most representative works. For the individual or small groups (maximum 6 people including escorts) the tour can be structured on the wishes of the visitors, favoring an era or author of greatest interest.

  • Adaptability: 3- Visually impaired
  • Languaje Available: Local + English

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At the Medieval Museum, within the accessibility improvement project there is first of all wheelchair access and also an inclusive path to improve the usability of the museum space for blind or visually impaired people. A tactile map is available with locations of the works that can be explored tactilely, relief drawings and braille plaques identifying the title and author of the selected works, and the description of the works can be found in the attached documents also available in braille.

  • Adaptability: 1- Reduced mobility, 3- Visually impaired
  • Languaje Available: Local + English

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The museum has been working for years to create accessible routes for people with disabilities. Starting with wheelchair ramps, it is also now possible to independently choose an itinerary, simplified and also tactile, divided into 6 stages, (5 on the second floor and the last one in the atrium, on the ground floor). Exploring even with your fingers, you will be able to learn about the history of Bologna from prehistoric times to Etruscan, Gallic and Roman times thanks to 39 copies of archaeological finds, an original work and 9 relief drawings that will allow you to discover some aspects of the life of women and men in those times. The tour is designed for an independent visit, but for those who would like it, mediators will be present to support them.  

  • Adaptability: 1- Reduced mobility, 3- Visually impaired
  • Languaje Available: Local + English

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The museum is easily accessible to people with reduced mobility due to the absence of architectural barriers, elevators, and wheelchair ramps. Free video guide in Sign Language on tablet, available at the Mart's ticket office, which accompanies deaf people through the Permanent Collections and tour route with an LIS interpreter. For blind people there is a tactile guided tour route accompanied by a mediator. Enlarged, braille version of the information material available upon request at the Mart ticket office.

  • Adaptability: 1- Reduced mobility, 2- Deaf/hard of hearing, 3- Visually impaired
  • Languaje Available: Local + English

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Blind people can visit and touch museum objects always with the guidance of a pilot, that is, an experienced person who explains what is in the museum. Blind people can enter MUSE with their guide dog, who helps them move around the museum on their own. TOUCH MAPS. On each floor of the museum, on the left as you go up the stairs, there is a panel with a tactile map. The map shows how the space is organized and what is on the floor. On each map are texts written in braille, so even people who are blind or visually impaired can find the information to find their way around the museum. Deaf people can ask for a guided tour with a LIS interpreter, which is a person who is fluent in Italian sign language. The various areas of the museum are accessible by ramps and elevators, to people with wheelchairs.

  • Adaptability: 1- Reduced mobility, 2- Deaf/hard of hearing, 3- Visually impaired
  • Languaje Available: Local + English

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