For blind and partially-sighted people
Tour upon request
During this interactive tour for blind and partially-sighted people, original artworks can be touched and we bring the art to life through descriptions, tactile materials, music, literature and poetry.
What: a general introduction or specific exhibitions
Duration: 1.5 hours
Cost: 70 euros/ guide
Number: we recommend small groups
Language: Dutch (French, English or German upon request)
Guide dogs are welcome
Tours on fixed dates
Three times per year, we organise a free interactive tour for blind and partially-sighted visitors. During the tour, original artworks can be touched and we bring the art to life through descriptions, tactile materials, music, literature and poetry. A relief designed by the Bruges-based school for the blind, Licht en Liefde, and created in collaboration with mu-zee-um, brings Léon Spilliaert’s famous painting Vertigo to life. Every tour takes place in a new exhibition or collection presentation, so that there is something fresh for you to discover each time!
Participation in this tour is free of charge for blind and partially-sighted people. One companion per person may also attend free of charge.
Guide dogs are welcome.