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Motor disability or difficulty of movement
Overall, the museum is accessible and spaces are wide: movement and rest are very easy both in the main hall and in the video room. There is an accessible toilet which is very large. Please note that there are no grab bars.
The museum entrance hall is not yet equipped with explanatory panels saying where and when the event took place. The museum can be visited on your own, even if deaf visitors can find it difficult to access the contents fully, because the exhibition is accompanied by audio with no text display. Some paper booklets help to understand the aims of the exhibition. A video is available for further information with images and audio but no subtitles. There is no emergency visual notification system in the toilets.
The visitor’s route is on two levels: the upper level with audio and multimedia devices, and the lower level where the reconstructed airplane is placed together with the boxes with the passengers’ personal belongings. This area is accessible to partially sighted visitors after booking with the MAMbo educational staff, whose great commitment compensates for the lack of specific training for dealing with partially sighted visitors. There are no explanatory sheets in Braille or in large print.
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