VISITS FOR ALL

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The aeroscopia museum has been labeled Tourism & Handicap for the 4 types of impairment: cognitive / mental, hearing, motor and visual since April 18, 2016.

VISITORS WITH VISUAL DISABILITIES

"Planes at your fingertips"

A sensory guided tour, developed with the assistance of the Institute for the Young Blind of Toulouse, to discover the origins of the history of aeronautics and get to know planes of different sizes and shapes.
By using tactile boards, model aircraft or samples of aeronautical materials, this route allows a sensory approach to famous planes like the Eole, the A300 or even the Concorde.
A tactile discovery of the Fouga Magister and its model, as well as a tour of the interior of the Concorde and the A300, allows visitors to better understand the diversity of the planes around us and to make this visit even more enriching.

For groups:

  • reservation required at the following email address: reservation@manatour.fr

  • group consisting of a maximum of 6/7 people with visual disabilities with the presence of a guide for each

  • the group must not exceed more than 25 participants

For individuals:

  • scheduled visit once per quarter

  • reservation required at the following email address: reservation@manatour.fr

  • audience: visually impaired and blind people

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VISITORS IN SITUATION OF HEARING DISABILITY

"Discovery tour" duration: 1h30

A circuit to get to know the museum and discover through the collection the roots of the history of Toulouse aeronautics. The visit is punctuated by stops around the historic fresco, essentials of the collection like the Concorde and the A300 and includes a slightly more technical discovery to understand for example how an airplane flies or how a reactor works.

In LSF for groups:

  • Reservation required at the following address: reservation@manatour.fr

  • Visit possible depending on the availability of the guide

  • Guided tour in LSF by a deaf guide practicing sign language

  • Public: deaf or hard of hearing people speaking French Sign Language

With interpretation in LSF for individual visitors or for groups:

  • Reservation required at the following address: reservation@manatour.fr

  • Guided tour with the presence of an LSF interpreter

  • Audience: hearing, deaf and deaf people speaking French Sign Language

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"Aeroscopia in complete freedom"

Hearing-impaired visitors can follow all the conference tours with audio amplifiers, which can be fitted with magnetic loops if necessary. The Amplifier Audio stick provides access to the audio content broadcast in the museum's sound spaces by bringing the device closer to the source.
The scripts of the films shown in the Super Guppy and on the fresco are available at reception.

A video guide application in French Sign Language is available on the video guides offered at the museum ticket office (device rental at an additional cost of € 3).

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