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Accessibility

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Physical accessibility

The Sorolla Museum occupies a listed historic building categorised in the Spanish heritage register as an ”Asset of Cultural Interest”, and is therefore exempt from compliance with the general regulations on accessibility in public buildings. Built in 1911, the house is full of split levels separated by steps, which means that the Museum has not been accessible to persons with reduced mobility up to now.

Although the Museum does not have lifts or ramps, it does have wheelchairs available for use by people who are able to climb the steps up to the museum but prefer to use a wheelchair during their visit.

Sensory accessibility

The Museum has technological devices available for the hearing impaired*:

  • Portable induction loops for people with hearing aids or cochlear implants for use with audio guides, multimedia guides and activities. These devices are available from the ticket desk free of charge.
  • Voice amplifiers for guided tours and activities. Use of these devices has to be requested at the time of booking the activity.

*Project sponsored and promoted by the Orange Foundation, in conjunction with the Spanish Federation of Friends of Museums (FEAM).

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