Every month there is a free interactive tour for blind and partially sighted visitors. Original artworks may be touched during this tour. If this is not possible, for instance when the work is too vulnerable, we can bring the artworks to life with touch replicas, smells, music, literature and taste. Every month there is a new tour through a different part of the museum.
Participation with the guided tour is free by showing a valid entrance form, on which the regular entrance fees apply. Per person one mentor may also enter the museum for free. You can make your reservation for the next guided tours via the programme page or by calling 040-238104.
On request every group may book the guided tour for blind and partially sighted visitors. The tour is also available for deafblind visitors. The guided tour takes two hours. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 040-2381042 for more information.
|Tuesday t/m Friday from 11.00 – 17.00||€ 70,00 per group, excl. entrance|
|Thursday evening from 17.00 - 21.00||€ 70,00 per group, excl. entrance|
|Saturday and Sunday||€ 80,00 per group, excl. entrance|
|Students to 18 years||€ 7,50 per person, incl. entrance|
In 2019 the Van Abbemuseum develops, together with blind designer Simon Dogger an indoor navigation app for blind visitors and to open up the museum in a multi sensory way.
Most works of art may not be touched, because they are too vulnerable or they have no relief at all. Visitors are able to look at a number of works with their hands during the Special Guests tours. There will be special replicas to feel and small reproductions of paintings and sculptures will be used during the Special Guests tours.