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Survey of UK museum website access information for blind and partially sighted visitors 2016
14 December 2016
UK museums are recognised among the most accessible public buildings and there are many great examples of museums, galleries and heritage sites welcoming and providing good opportunities for blind and partially sighted and other disabled visitors to experience their venue and collections. However, this report compiled by VocalEyes reveals that only a small proportion of museums take steps to welcome or provide access information or resources for blind and partially sighted people.
VocalEyes is a UK charity dedicated to increasing opportunities for blind and partially sighted people to experience and enjoy art and culture.