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Casa Romei Museum
Museo | Ferrara
Casa Romei Museum is recognizable from the outside thanks to two removable flower pots, a removable banner and a plaque hung next to the door.
There are parking space for disabled people: 50 mt from the entrance (Via Praisolo) there is a parking space for disabled people, not museum's exclusive use.
Rooms physical accessibility (audience with physical disability, wheelchairs, pushchairs, and people with motion difficulty, permanent or temporary, due to age, illness, physical characteristic, injuries): the building is 95% accessible. Just two rooms - not continuously opened - are not yet physically accessible. The differences in height between the rooms are superable thanks to ramps; there is also an elevator, that can be operated in autonomy too, prior staff request. The push-botton panel is also accessible in autonomy to little and sat people.
The width of some doors can make hard the entrance for some motorised wheelchairs with particularly large widths.
There is a toilet facility equipped for people with physical disability.
There are not "calm zones", usable in case of emergency.
Collections accessibility to an audience with eyesight disability: the museum is 50% accessible. The structures (columns, chimneys, doors' spaces) and various lapidary sculptures are accessible to a guided tactile exploration.
The noble floor, because of the collection's nature (frescos detached and repositioned on differt support), offers less sparks, because of the intrinsic fragility of the works. However, the furniture is explorable with touch.
The museum offers some tactile reproductions of not explorable with touch elements, because of their sizes, the works' nature, or the inaccessible position. These supports are accessible on request. The staff can receive and lead people with eyesights disabilities, and guide them in the exploration with touch.
The elevator has a Braile push-botton panel.
The lighting is not the best for some points.
Collections accessibility to an audience with auditive disability: there are not videoguides in LIS. There are just panels and caption to read.
Rooms physical accessibility and collections accessibility to an audience with cognitive disability: there are not any facilitations.
Note: for any disability type, it is guaranteed free entrance for two people (disabled persona and a person that goes with him).
Collections accessibility to an elderly audience: the captions have a good contrast with the backgroud, and medium-high characters. The first floor is accessible thanks to an elevator.
Collections accessibility to a foreign audience: all the captions are bilingual, italian and english.
Collections accessibility to children and families: in the playful activities rooms (Find the infiltrator, Find the differences. etc) to involve families with children in particular.
Scholastic activities are planned, available upon order.
There are not changing tables, or breastfeeding corner.
Refreshement points: there are not refreshement points.