The Esplugues de Llobregat Museums’ internal policy addresses the issue of universal accessibility from an inclusive perspective to ensure physical and sensory access to their collections for all audiences.
The nearest car park for wheelchair users is in Santa Magdalena Square. The Museums have a parking area reserved for coaches which is closer. We recommend you check availability by calling +34 93 470 02 18.
Can Tinturé Museum provides easy access with an outdoor ramp, an indoor route without any significant obstacles, a lift and adapted toilets.
It also has a wheelchair lending service for visitors to the museum.
The activities run at La Masoveria at Can Tinturé are also accessible to people with mobility difficulties and/or wheelchair users.
People with reduced mobility and wheelchair users may have access difficulties at “La Rajoleta” Ceramics Museum. The facility is provisional and awaiting an architectural and museum upgrade. You can get full information by calling +34 93 470 02 18.
People with visual difficulties
For self-guided visits, Can Tinturé Museum has room descriptions in oversized lettering and audio guides in Catalan, Spanish, English and Braille.
The Braille room descriptions are accompanied by relief images to make the content easier to understand.
For group visits we run the activity ‘Feelings. Let’s feel the tiles’, which combines touch, smell and audio materials to explore Salvador Miquel’s tile collection.
“La Rajoleta” Ceramics Museum can only be visited on a guided tour. It features a number of touch and audio resources which enable people with visual impairment to follow the guided tour.
For group visits we have the activity ‘Ceramic Catalan Art Nouveau in your hands’ designed for people with visual difficulties.
People with hearing difficulties
For self-guided visits, Can Tinturé Museum has a transcribed audio guide with pictures to follow the museum’s route.
The audiovisual part of Can Tinturé Museum’s permanent exhibition is in Catalan with subtitles and in Catalan sign language. It is also translated into Spanish and English without subtitles or sign language.
A sign language interpreter service is available for group guided visits with advance booking.
“La Rajoleta” Ceramics Museum can only be visited on a guided tour.
A sign language interpreterervice is available for group visits with advance booking.
People with cognitive difficulties
For self-guided visits we provide prior advice and also personalised support if needed. We recommend you call +34 93 470 02 18 for further information.
For group visits you can ask in advance for the visit to be tailored to the specific features of your group.
At Can Tinturé Museum we run the activity ‘Feelings. Let’s feel the tiles’, which combines touch, smell and audio materials to explore Salvador Miquel’s tile collection.
Group visits at “La Rajoleta” Ceramics Museum can ask in advance for the visit to be tailored to the specific features of their group.
The museums’ educational programme includes two activities designed for special education schools. You can learn more here.