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EN-El compromiso del Museo Reina Sofía con la accesibilidad universal se materializa en una serie de acciones que, fundamentadas en el principio del “diseño para todos”, respondan a la idea de diversidad funcional humana, contribuyendo a facilitar, completar y enriquecer la experiencia de todos los visitantes. Además de sus líneas de acción educativa específicas para los diversos públicos con discapacidad, el Museo ofrece un amplio conjunto de servicios de accesibilidad al visitante.

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  • Exhibition view of Room 206 with Guernica Spanish Pavilion Model for the International Exhibition of Paris, 1937
    First working Wednesday and next to the last Saturday of each month - 11:00 a.m.
    Accesibilidad Personas ciegas Education Guided visit

    Guernica, Testimony of an Epoch is a descriptive visit aimed at blind or partially sighted people and their companions, the object of which is to create easier access to works which, while being of major importance in the Collection, are not suitable for tactile exploration due to the technical characteristics of the pieces.

  • Tactile exploration in Museum at Hand
    First working Wednesday and next to the last Saturday of each month - 11.00 a.m.
    Accesibilidad Personas ciegas Education Guided visit

    Museum by Hand offers anybody with impaired vision the possibility of participating in various tactile visits giving access to a series of original sculptures from the Museum’s Collection, offering a perspective on the revolution in the traditional concept of sculpture that took place throughout the 20th century. The works and tours offered are renewed periodically as the Collection is redistributed.

  • A moment of the activity If it was a Movement...
    Academic Year 2014-2015 – Alternating Thursdays - 10:30 a.m. - 13:00 p.m.
    Accesibilidad Personas con discapacidad intelectual Education Visit Workshop

    If it was a Movement… is an ongoing project which, for the fifth consecutive year, is directed at Special Education Schools in order to present an intuitive and essentially sensorial approach to the works of art. A dancer and an instrumentalist lead a journey around various rooms and works in the Museum, during which music and dance are the languages used to experience the form and the content inherent in each work, looking into ways of communicating other than the verbal.

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