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"Mars" for blind or visually impaired people

Adapted guided tour


We offer you to visit the exhibition "Mars. The Red Mirror" adapted to tactile, sound, bodily experiences and with the accompaniment of a person who will explain and comment on the exhibition.

This exhibition looks at our relationship with Mars, from antiquity to the present day. Science, art and literature come together in a major exhibition project that coincides in time with the arrival of three space missions to the Red Planet. And it does so with more than 400 objects, including incunabula, sculptures, drawings, comics, films, manuscript documents, collector’s items and even a Martian meteorite.

In this guided tour for people with visual diversity, we’ve devised a few prompts to help you immerse yourself in the fascinating experience Mars can inspire as a mirror of our home: planet Earth. Audio descriptions, tactile explorations, text readings, auditions, and also bodily experiences; all of them resources and languages ​​that have been carefully designed and very interrelated with the multiple stories of the visit.

To be able to enjoy the route, we propose the visit in small groups of maximum 5 people (companions included) and in a schedule with little influx of public. You can purchase the ticket on the proposed dates or arrange a visit for a group of up to 5 people on a date to be agreed.

This activity is part of Mars

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Free entry to the "Mars. The Red Mirror" exhibition

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