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ANU – Museum of the Jewish People Welcomes Visitors with Special Needs

The Museum of the Jewish People provides visitors with special needs with the facilities and understanding to make their visit to the museum as enjoyable and meaningful as possible.

This includes tour guides trained in guiding people with a variety of special needs.

The Museum of the Jewish People is equipped with:

  • Lift that accommodates wheelchairs
  • Parking for visitors with special needs
  • Audio guides for hearing impaired visitors
  • Exhibits at sight-level for visitors in wheelchairs
  • 3D Synagogue models for people with visual impairments
  • Accessible desk
  • Wheelchairs on demand at desk
  • Accessible cloak room
  • Accessible Aroma café
  • Accessible toilets fitted for people with wheelchairs

Enjoy your visit!

C-U-ROBOT: Remote Accessibility Device

For the first time in Israel: ANU – Museum of the Jewish People is proud to present a state-of-the-art tool: The C-U-ROBOT.

As part of the museum’s focus on accessibility through the use of innovative technologies, we launched a new robot tour. This tour will allow thousands of people with disabilities and special needs who are unable to visit the museum in person, to experience a full guided tour from the comfort of their own home or institute. This robot is the first of its kind in Israel, and one of the only ones in use in museums around the world.

Visitors who take the robot tour enjoy a private guided tour with a guide who has been specially trained to use this new technology. During the tour, visitors can see the guide and the exhibitions via 3 cameras that allow a 360-degree view of the museum. Visitors can also fully control the robot’s movements, and communicate directly with their guide, as if they were physically in the museum.

Book your tour free of charge here – pola@anumuseum.org.il

OrCam MyEye – Revolutionary Voice Activated Device for the Blind and Visually Impaired

ANU – Museum of the Jewish People – the largest Jewish museum worldwide – is the first museum to use this new technology, that attaches to glasses, and can instantly read text from any surface.

Kindly note, we have a limited number of devices, please order in advance: tours@anumuseum.org.il

The OrCam appliances were purchased thanks to the generous donation made by the Israel Friends Association.

Further Information:

Visitors Center