In its commitment to universal accessibility, MACBA conducts a continuous review to improve its facilities, as well as its conceptual principles. As for the programmes, it generates a number of activities for bringing people closer to the contents of the Museum and that incorporate resources adapted to the needs of different publics. Understanding diversity as an element of collective experimentation and learning, we aim to make it possible for everyone to enjoy the spaces, activities and aesthetic experiences we have to offer.

From the conviction that art must act as an engine of reflection and social transformation, MACBA promotes an accessibility programme not only with the aim of promoting access for all to contemporary art, but also with the desire to welcome and articulate new debates and critical junctures in the field of art and functional diversity.

Free entrance to the exhibitions (including a companion) on presentation of documentation establishing disability.

Magnetic loops for hearing impaired people with hearing aids.

Visits with interpreter in sign language, without reservation:
- MACBA Collection. Beneath the Surface: Saturday, 10 March, 1 pm
- Rosemarie Castoro. Focus to Infinity: Wednesday, 21 March, 5 pm

Visits can also be arranged for groups on 93 412 14 13 or by email at

The following resources can be requested at the Museum reception:
MACBA has monocles and magnifying glasses available for people with impaired vision.

We have water containers for assistance dogs.

We have a booklet with large characters and Braille containing information about the Collection.

To make the exhibited pieces more accessible, we have tactile reproductions and high-relief images of some of them. Accompanied by MACBA staff, certain works can be explored by touch.

We offer visits adapted for people with visual impairment without prior reservation:
- MACBA Collection. Beneath the Surface: 14 March, 5.30 pm

Group visits or personalised accompaniment can also be arranged by prior reservation on 93 412 14 13 or by email at

MACBA has ramps and lifts that connect the different floors, and rest areas with seats and folding chairs.

It also has adapted toilets.

The Museum has two wheelchairs for visitors that can be requested at the Museum reception.

Visitors in wheelchairs can request a monocle at the Museum reception to approach the works more easily.

We offer visits for people with intellectual disabilities or in need of support for understanding. The visits include sensory supports and interactive dynamics. We work with concepts and contents suitable for the public at large, but adapting the discourse and offering specific actions in response to the different needs of comprehension and learning. MACBA Collection. Beneath the Surface and Brossa Poetry.

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Tel: 93 412 14 13