Museo di Magritte
+32 2 508 32 11
Informazioni di accessibilità
The Magritte museum gives an overview of the impressive oeuvre of surrealist painter René Magritte. The museum organises adapted tours for deaf and hearing-impaired visitors, and for people with a visual impairment. Individual deaf visitors can join a guided tour with a deaf guide once a month. The tour is organised on the second Saturday of each month. Those who do not want to join a guided tour, can borrow a tablet from the reception. It gives in formation in Flemish, French and American Sign Language about a variety of works in the museum. For a group visit in sign language you need to reserve with firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have a hearing aid, you can also reserve the Guide-U system. This system, with a headphone and microphone, is connected to your hearing aid. Ask about it when you make a reservation. Visitors with a visual impairment should certainly give the monthly Equinox programme a try. With relief drawings, music, poetry, all kinds of objects, 3D productions and audio description you can discover the wonderful world of Magritte.
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