Improved accessibility at Tibidabo Amusement Park this summerThe park has rides and attractions which are completely accessible for people with disabilities and has also published an accessibility map of the site this year with information for people with functional disability.
Over 1,800 students from 67 special education centres were able to enjoy the rides at the park in equal conditions today as part of the festival ‘Un estiu sense barreres’, and thanks to volunteers from the Catalan Red Cross and Voluntaris 2000.
The park has accessible rides for people with disabilities, such as the Giradabo panoramic wheel and the Embruixabruixes train with adapted wagons for wheelchair users. Another attraction is the Tretze-Dotze automata, adapted for people with visual disabilities and which can be touched to identify its shape, the materials it is made of and its mechanisms.
The Tibidabo Amusement Park continues making progress in its commitment to making the site and its attractions more accessible. To this end, an accessibility map of the park has been produced this year and comes in addition to the anticipation guide, enabling people to plan visits in advance, and the braille panel at the main viewing point, which helps people discover the city’s most iconic spots.
Culture and leisureCulture and leisure
01/03/2018 16:42 h