The Manacor Museum of History can be visited throughout the whole of its ground floor, although the first floor, where temporary exhibits are developed, is not prepared for visits.
The museum does not have a lift.
We do not have a lift at the headquarters of the museum, in the Enagistes Tower.
There is a rest area on every floor with folding stools that can be used by anyone needing them.
Museum staff can tell you about our services, areas and programme at the information desk in the entrance hall.
Locker service. Please ask at the information desk.
Our facilities can be accessed from street level in a wheelchair. All the museum’s circulation areas are wide and accessible.
We have an accessible information desk with a gap below at a suitable height for wheelchair users.
We have accessible toilets and baby-changing facilities.
The museum’s glass entrance doors are marked with red vinyl for correct identification.
Guide and assistance dogs are allowed into the museum.
The museum’s areas are well lit and there is generally a good contrast between the furniture and floors and walls.
There is a QR code in every room in the museum linking to an audio description on the website so that visually-impaired visitors can listen to the texts in the rooms.
Loan of magnifying glasses and augmented reality glasses
We can lend magnifying glasses and augmented reality glasses to anyone who needs them or who is interested in seeing the content of the display cases in detail.
The museum has a hearing loop at the information desk for visitors with hearing aids or a cochlear implant.
Please request the sign language service for group guided tours at least 15 days before your visit.
Some of the sound resources in the museum have subtitles, written text and/or videos with sign language.
Texts in Easy Reading
To facilitate the reading and understanding of the contents of the Museum, the following have been adapted to the Easy Reading guidelines: