"Pioneering Nature" for blind and visually impaired visitors* and with videos in sign language
The open-air exhibition "Groundbreaking Nature" shows the unusual history of the nature park and describes the variety of animal and plant species that have found their habitat on the site over the decades. Tactile reliefs are located on twelve additional inclusive exhibition elements, so that the information in the exhibition is now accessible to blind and visually impaired visitors.
In addition, there is a tactile map of the site and the art object of a long-eared owl, the symbol for nature conservation. The tactile objects are accompanied by texts in black writing and Braille.
In addition, there is now a lot of information available for listening to. Using QR codes on the boards, visitors* are guided to audio descriptions on the website of the Senate Department for Environment, Transportation and Climate Protection.
Information about the exhibition including audio files
Pilot project for a accessible environmental education program at the Schöneberger Nature Park for blind and visually impaired visitors* with 12 videos in sign language.