Museums are important places for cultural participation and personal development, and they need to serve the whole population. However, disabled people often experience problems in accessing the objects presented, main exhibitions halls, temporary exhibition spaces and sometimes even the museum venues themselves. These problems are not only on a spatial scale, but also include poorly designed information channels, wrong approaches, and system-scale problems. As Istanbul is a culturally rich centre that includes many museums and historical sites, there is a need for research on the accessibility of museums and how to provide more inclusive solutions for everyone. This project will be carried out in collaboration with two partner NGOs - “Six Dots Foundation for the Blinds” and “The Spinal Cord Paralytics Association of Turkey”.