The Muse­um Arbeitswelt has par­tic­i­pat­ed in the EU project COME-IN! since the sum­mer of 2016.

It is impor­tant to us to be a muse­um for every­one. This is why we are espe­cial­ly hap­py to take part in a cross-coun­try EU project that serves as an umbrel­la for var­i­ous cul­tur­al sites aim­ing to broad­ly inter­pret and con­sis­tent­ly imple­ment accessibility.


On the project

COME-IN! Cooperating for Open Access to Museums –
towards a widEr INclusion
The aim is to make museums in Europe more accessible to people with different kinds of disabilities. The project is funded through a 2.7‑million-euro contribution by the Interreg CENTRAL EUROPE programme. COME-IN! is envisaged to result in concrete improvements regarding accessibility at individual museums and, among other things, guidelines on the accessibility of exhibitions and collections. A manual for museum staff is also in the pipeline.
Project duration: 1 July 2016 through 30 June 2019
Find current pictures at the project’s Facebook page and the project website


Mag. Martin Hagmayr

Mag. Martin Hagmayr

Press, com­mu­ni­ty build­ing, events, education

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