Guided tours for visually impaired persons

Arkadia is actively seeking to make its tours accessible to as many people as possible.
We propose a series of original, multi-sensory tours for groups of blind and visually impaired visitors.
Tours are adapted to include tactile aids, such as relief drawings, musical extracts, and sometimes tastings...

To ensure a pleasant and enriching experience, we limit group size to a maximum of 16 people (including accompanying persons).

Our guides are trained by our partner Eqla Asbl.

The tours have been developed with the support of and Bruxelles Environnement.


La Maison des Arts - Schaerbeek +

In 1825, the Eenens family, wealthy cloth-makers, acquired market garden land on the Chaussée de Haecht. At the time, Schaerbeek was still very rural. In the centre of the park, they had the central building of a bourgeois house built in the neoclassical style, as well as the outbuildings: to the...

Eclectic architecture Neo-classical architecture Brussels, city of art Exhibitions Interiors Heritage

Maison Autrique / PDV +

Construite par Victor Horta en 1893, la Maison Autrique annonce l'Art nouveau par ses innovations structurelles et décoratives. Elle a fait l'objet d'une restauration exemplaire et permet de bien saisir l'intérêt historique et esthétique des vieilles demeures bruxelloises. Lors de la visite adaptée...

Art nouveau Brussels, city of art Interiors Heritage