Accesible visit for the blind to the Guggenheim Museum (accessible)

 “A museum for all”, it is a project for people with visual disabilities that complements the existing accessible offer in the Museum. This service is based on guided touch visits that show in the real setting aspects of the urbanisation of the building and of the most representative outside works. An audio-guide with audio-descriptions allows knowing the outside of the Museum, and a booklet with high relief plates facilitates the tactile information. The models of building itself designed by Frank Gehry, of the work Puppy, by Jeff Koons, or the Mamá piece, by Louise Bourgeios, that form part of the visit, supplement the previous information.

The contents of the audio-description and booklet are of interest not only for visitors with visual disabilities but for any accompanying persons, creating an experience that can be enjoyed in company.

 

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