Deaf Accommodations

So yesterday I went to the National Museum of Archaeology in Valletta Malta with Carmen Grech from the Gozo Association for the Deaf. We were invited by Heritage Malta to visit the museum and see whether it accommodates the deaf. I was very happy to see that it was “deaf-friendly” and I must say that I truly enjoyed viewing the history of Malta 🙂 There was a lot of information available on brochures/boards, videos were captioned, and data was available in both Maltese and English. Well done! I do hope other sightseeing places which may not be “deaf-friendly” will do the same.

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