To enable all visitors to engage with and enjoy the exhibition, the following accessible information, gear, and programmes are available upon request.

Accessible information

  • Detailed route guide
    Click here to download details on the walking route between Kowloon MTR station and the M+ Pavilion.
  • Text-only exhibition information
    Tablets with text-to-speech function allowing text information to be read aloud are available for loan at the G/F information desk. Tablets with zooming function for viewers to read the text at a larger size are available for loan at the 1/F reception.

  • Digital images of objects on display
    Tablets loaded images of displayed objects in the archives of ‘Booty, Edwards & Partners’ and ‘Architects Team 3’ are available for loan at the 1/F reception.
  • Large-print versions of wall labels
    Object information printed in large text is available for loan at the 1/F reception.
  • Subtitle transcriptions of video works
    Transcriptions with Chinese translations of some of the video works in printed form are available for loan near the 1/F reception.

Access programme

  • Access tours
    Access tours for audiences with specific needs are available upon request. Special schools, registered charities, and non-profit organisations related to rehabilitation services or people with disabilities are welcome to apply. Please contact us at learn@mplus.org.hk or (852) 2200 0041 at least two weeks in advance of the date you would like to visit. Click here for details.

    The following access services can also be arranged with advance notice:
    1. Live audio description
      Translation of visual information into spoken language is available, so visitors can engage with the art through hearing.
    2. Sign-language interpretation
      Interpretation between spoken language and sign language is available, so visitors can participate in the tour and interact with each other.
  • Other programmes
    Live audio description and sign-language interpretation are also available for the talk and teachers’ private viewing upon request, and with at least two weeks’ advance notice. Please specify the required service(s) when you register for an event.