COME-IN! In a nutshell

Museums are places where everyone should be able to see and learn about our cultural heritage. However, many museums in Central Europe, encounter difficulties to be accessible for all due to a lack of organisational knowledge and of limited financial resources, both for investments and adequate promotion.

Cooperating for open access to museums towards a wider inclusion (COME-IN!) tackles this by increasing the capacities of small- and medium-sized museums making them accessible to a wider public of people with different kinds of disabilities. The project will achieve this change by through its COME-IN! Guidelines, the training handbook for museum operators followed by 7 pilot actions and training sessions to museums operators.

Based on the experience gained, COME-IN! will introduce an innovative promotional tool, the COME-IN! Label to award museums complying with accessibility standards

More about COME-IN!

Project Duration

Start Date

JulY 2016

End Date

September 2019



COME-IN! Launches it's Youtube Channel

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a video has to be worth at least 1.8 million words" that's why our partner from ENAIP FVG prepared a series of short interviews with all our project partners to present you our main objectives and principles, the museums involved in the project and give you some concrete examples of their accessible exhibitions. All accessible here!



COME-IN! Capitalization Conference in Trieste

Next Thursday 30 May, we'll be gathering representatives from the Ministries of Culture of CEI Member States in Trieste to talk about Accessibility in Cultural Policies and present our Label! 

There are still a few seats left! If you wish to register to the event, please write us an email to:

Project in Numbers


Budget (Million euros)






Pilot actions

COME-IN! Videos

The aims of COME-IN!

Accessible Exhibitions


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