M+ is a museum for all. We continually strive to offer an inclusive museum experience for everyone.
M+ is architecturally designed to be as barrier-free as possible. Across the museum, ramps and automatic doors are installed to ensure wheelchair users or visitors with mobility difficulties can easily navigate through different spaces. We will continue to improve accessibility in this aspect.
M+ believes that visual culture goes beyond vision. We offer different accessibility measures to facilitate visitors who are blind or have impaired vision to navigate the museum, receive in-gallery information, and enjoy visual culture from a non-visual perspective.
M+ is dedicated to facilitating visitors who are hearing-impaired to enjoy and participate in our diverse museum activities. We also offer the following accessibility provisions.
Intellectual & Cognitive
M+ is a space for dialogue where the exchange of ideas and interpretations is encouraged. We strive to provide a safe and welcoming environment for everyone to learn and explore visual culture, where mutual understanding can be cultivated through sharing and conversations between people with different intellectual and cognitive abilities.
Digital & Web
M+ is committed to making our website accessible to our audience. To ensure adequate and uniform coverage, we aim to conform to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 Standard, Level AA to the maximum extent possible.
Users can choose to read a 'high contrast' version by switching the toggle at the navigation panel. This version provides sufficient contrast between the text and its background for better viewing.
The M+ website is designed to enable users to access most of our content using a keyboard.
Screen Reader Accessibility
The M+ website is designed to enable users to listen to most of our content using a screen reader.
If you have any questions or feedback regarding accessibility of the M+ website, please email the Accessibility Office of the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority at [email protected].