MUDIA

The MUDIA in Redu is located next to the Maison du Tourisme. This museum is also called the Didactic Art Museum.

The Mudia reception staff is sensitive to disabilities.
If necessary, someone is available at the reception desk to help and inform you.
Assistance dogs are welcome.

 

The address is Place de l’Esro 61, 6890 Redu

At MUDIA you can:
– discover stories, painting, sculpture
– use interactive media
– visit with an audiguide
– buy souvenirs
– take a break in the café and buy a drink, for example

The MUDIA is open according to the following schedule:
– Wednesday to Friday from 10 am to 5 pm
– Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays from 10 am to 6 pm
– during school holidays: every day from 10am to 6pm
Closed on 25 December and 1 January.

You can call MUDIA on 061 61 51 11 96.
If you are calling from abroad, dial 0032 61 51 11 96.

You can also send an e-mail to info@mudia.be

There is a PRM toilet available in the museum.
It is located near the main entrance of the MUDIA.

It is recommended that wheelchair users enter in reverse as there is not enough space to turn around.

photos of the toilet for disabled people:

useful information according to your needs:

people with reduced mobility

We recommend that you are accompanied.

The building is easily identifiable by its sign.

Parking (photos: see below)

There is no PRM parking near the museum, but there is some in the square near the church (near the museum).
The museum is located along the road which is on a slope.

Access to the building (photos: see below)

The main entrance to the museum is not accessible to wheelchair users as there are steps.
However, there is a secondary entrance on the right.
It allows you to enter if you are in a wheelchair (it is also the entrance to the MUDIA Café).
If the MUDIA Café is closed, there is an intercom. Ring the bell and the museum receptionist will open the door for you.
The door is opened manually.
There is a small step.

Inside the museum (photos: see below)

The reception desk has a low section for easy access for people in wheelchairs.
The museum is arranged on several floors.
A lift is reserved exclusively for people with reduced mobility in order to move around MUDIA.
There are wide passageways on the various floors of the museum and the MUDIA Café.
Mobile ramps are installed to allow passage from one room to another.
There are seats along the way.
There are handrails.
The museum is free to visit.
When you have paid the entrance fee, you receive a ticket.
Keep the ticket with you throughout the visit because you can scan it in front of the different works.
This will give you more information about what you see.
The information is in French and Dutch.
An audio guide is available for additional information.
The museum offers guided tours by reservation.

blind and partially sighted people

We recommend that you are accompanied.

The building is easily identifiable by its sign.

Parking (photos: see below)

There is no PRM parking near the museum, but there is some in the square near the church (near the museum).
The museum is located along the road which is on a slope.

Access to the building (photos: see below)

There are steps to the main entrance.
The path to the reception area is barrier-free.
The staff at the reception desk can see and help if needed to open the front door.

In the museum (photos: see below)

The path to the reception desk is easy to find.
The reception desk is well lit.
In some rooms the lighting is dimmer.
The works are well lit.
The labels are easy to read.
The museum has several floors.
A lift is reserved exclusively for people with reduced mobility in order to move around MUDIA.
There are no lines on the floor.
There are handrails.
Some of the stairs between the different rooms, as well as the one leading to the terrace, are secured with red tape.
The museum is free to visit.
When you have paid the entrance fee, you will receive a ticket.
Keep the ticket with you throughout the visit, as you can scan it in front of the different works.
This will give you more information about what you see.
The information is in French and Dutch.
An audio guide is available for additional information.
It has Braille buttons.
The museum offers guided tours by reservation.

deaf / hard of hearing people

We recommend that you are accompanied.

The building is easily identifiable by its sign.

Parking (photos: see below)

There is no PRM parking near the museum, but there is some in the square near the church (near the museum).
The museum is located along the road which is on a slope.

Access to the building (photos: see below)

There are steps to the main entrance.
Staff at the reception desk can see the public and help if needed (staff are not trained in lip-reading or sign language).

In the museum (photos: see below)

The path to the reception desk is easy to find.
The reception desk is well lit, which allows for lip reading.
The museum is laid out on several floors.
The tour route is intuitive.
The museum can be visited freely.
When you have paid the entrance fee, you will receive a ticket.
Keep the ticket with you throughout the visit, as you can scan it in front of the various works.
This will give you more information about what you see.
The information is in French and Dutch.

In the MUDIA Café

It is possible to have a round table on request.

people with comprehension difficulties

We recommend that you be accompanied.

The museum reception desk is clearly visible.
Someone is always on hand to help.

Parking (photos: see below)

There is no PRM parking close to the museum, but there is some on the square near the church (close to the museum).
The museum is located along the road which is on a slope.

Access to the building (photos: see below)

There are steps to the main entrance.
The path to the reception desk is intuitive.
The staff at the reception desk can see the public and help if needed.

In the museum (photos: see below)

The reception desk is well lit, which allows for lip reading.
The museum is laid out on several floors.
The museum can be visited freely.
When you have paid the entrance fee, you receive a ticket.
Keep the ticket with you throughout the visit, as you can scan it in front of the various works.
This will give you more information about what you see.
The information is in French and Dutch.
You can store your belongings in the lockers during the visit.
For example, your backpack.
Items for sale are displayed at the reception desk and on display racks.
It is possible to pay with cash or via a mobile payment system.
There are interactive games.

photo of the car park on the square :

Photos of the main entrance of the museum:

Photos of the secondary entrance (mudia cafe):

photos from inside the museum :

Photo of a scanner terminal:

photo of the lockers:

photos of the entrance to the mudia cafe :

photos of the interior of the mudia cafe :

photos of the terrace :

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