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  • The museum has ramps that make it easier to move among its spaces horizontally, along with six lifts to move vertically.

  • There are two accessible restrooms—in the entrance lobby and in the basement—adapted for individuals with physical disabilities.

  • There are also two wheelchairs and 30 folding chairs available to visitors with mobility challenges.

  • Individuals with hearing aids or hearing induction loop systems may use our audio guides with a magnetic inductive loop which are provided free of charge.

  • The auditorium has special seating areas for wheelchairs.

  • The museum's internal signage takes factors related to physical accessibility into account.

  • The Department of Education and Cultural Action gears requests for tours to the interests and characteristics of the participants.

  • Click here to look at the specially-adapted itinerary map