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The cool ways museums accommodate disabled visitors

Tribune News Service Logo By TCA Staff of Tribune News Service | Slide 1 of 15: For years, accessibility was an afterthought at many major art and culture museums around the world, making people with mental or physical disabilities feel unwanted or unwelcome at these institutions. Thankfully, some museums are seeking to rectify this by partnering with experts and organizations to make their exhibits uniquely enjoyable for disabled visitors. Some of the resulting innovations actually make museums a more engaging experience for everyone.

The cool ways museums accommodate disabled visitors

For years, accessibility was an afterthought at many major art and culture museums around the world, making people with mental or physical disabilities feel unwanted or unwelcome at these institutions. Thankfully, some museums are seeking to rectify this by partnering with experts and organizations to make their exhibits uniquely enjoyable for disabled visitors. Some of the resulting innovations actually make museums a more engaging experience for everyone.
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