Madrid, Feb 16 (EFE) .- The Prado Museum will have guided tours for blind or visually impaired people. The activity will take place for now in the exhibition “Reencuentro” and once the entire tour of the museum is inaugurated again, it will be incorporated into the permanent offer of the art gallery.
The museum wants this activity to guarantee access to the contents of its collection and that blind and low vision people can participate in the same way as the rest of the public.
It is a descriptive visit in which the works will be discussed in detail, with a precise and evocative language, which will allow participants to form a mental image of the works, explains the museum in a note.
The tour addresses the heart of the Prado Museum, its history and its collection, and will review the masterpieces from a different perspective.
The groups will be made up of blind and low vision people, as well as their companions, up to a maximum of 8 people.
The activity is free and must be booked two weeks in advance at [email protected]
“El Prado para todos”, of which this initiative is part, is the art gallery program that works with audiences with specific needs and with audiences that are not traditionally reflected in the museum.