We are pleased to announce the results of the first call for the COME-IN Label launched in June!

Congratulations to 11 museums from Austria, Bangladesh, Croatia, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Republic of North Macedonia, and Slovenia on receiving  the COME-IN LABEL for their efforts in making their structures and exhibitions more accessible for all.

The selected museums are officially becoming part of the COME-IN network alongside the 7 partner Museums of the COME-IN! project to boost transnational cooperation towards accessibility and inclusion, aiming at offering a museum experience for all.

The Label was developed in the framework of the COME-IN! Project which aimed at improving the capacities of museum operators and at valorising cultural heritage by making it accessible for ALL. It is aimed as a worldwide label for museums engaged in accessibility, promoting democracy, non-discrimination, equal opportunities as well as accessible culture. It promotes new ways of thinking and accessing culture through multi-sensory experiences and innovative approaches.

Museums of all kinds and worldwide may apply for the Label.

Stay tuned, the second call will be launched at the beginning of 2021!

Museums currently part of the COME-IN label network:

KHM-Museumsverband, Austria

Archaeological Museum of Republic of North Macedonia

4 Domes Pavilion, Poland

Museo del Territorio San Daniele (Museum of the Territory), Italy

The Battle of Vimeiro - lnterpretation Center (CIBV), Portugal

Civic Museum of Natural History "Silvia Zenari", Italy

Municipal Archeology Museum of Albufeira, Portugal

Zagreb City Museum, Croatia

Dežela kozolcev Šentrupert, Slovenia

LOKAYAN Livelihood museum, Bangladesh

Civico Museo d’Antichità “J.J. Winckelmann”, Italy

Museum and Florentine Institute of Prehistory Paolo Graziosi, Italy

Archaeological Museum of Udine, Italy

Maritime Museum of Piran, Slovenia

Archaeological Museum of Istra-Pula, Croatia

Museum of the Working World Steyr, Austria

Museum of Prehistory and Protohistory of Thuringia, Germany

Archaeological Museum of Krakow, Poland