Another innovative project at Tenby Museum

Posted by Tenby Museum on Oct 24, 2017 Blog No Comments

A new tactile board for the visually impaired was recently installed outside Tenby Museum.  This was provided by the RNIB and includes a floor plan of the building as well as tactile details and bilingual and Braille texts.  The project was funded by MALD, the timber for the framework was provided by Talbot Timbers and it was installed by loyal volunteer Mike Talbot.

This RNIB Map for All is designed for sight and touch and will assist all visitors in their visit as well as informing them of the scale of the museum and how many galleries there are.  The project once again reveals Tenby Museum’s innovative approach to making the visitor experience a fantastic one for all.