Accessibility

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Photo: Thales Leite / Museum Of Tomorrow

The Museum of Tomorrow has accessibility as the fundamental principle behind the architecture of the building and, particularly, the relation between the crew and the visitors. The museum provides tactile floors and dioramas, ramps, wheelchairs, elevators, baby changers, adapted bathrooms, and universal signs.

The museum also establishes partnerships with public organizations, schools, and institutions specialized in training educators in order to identify opportunities for visits adapted to those with any sort of special needs.

The Education Program, on the other hand, offers activities for handicapped people and their families, besides guided visits for schools and any other groups, where the dialogue stands out for its diversity and inclusion.

We’re waiting for your evaluation. In case you notice any non-accessible characteristic in the museum, please contact us.