Can visitors take photographs inside the museum or of works in an exhibition?
No. Visitors are not allowed to take photographs inside the Museum. However, images of the pieces in the Museum collection can be requested from the IPM. The regulations for ceding images are available at www.imc-ip.pt.
Is all the museum accessible to the people in wheel chairs?
Yes. All the exhibition spaces, reception and service areas, as well as the garden are accessible to visitors in wheel chairs. The Museum can provide a wheel chair for visitors needing one, by asking in the reception or by prior arrangement (see General Information for more information).
Does the museum have captions in Braille or the signposting of ground-plans and routes for the visually handicapped?
No. The Museum doesn't have captions in Braille, nor signposting of ground plans or routes for the visually handicapped. Neither does it have a guide to the collection printed in Braille. However, part of the documentation for some temporary exhibitions, or of the educational services, will be produced in Braille or in a form suitable for the visually impaired.
Does the museum have audio-guides?
No. However it is anticipated that some projects for temporary exhibitions may be equipped with audio-guides.
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