For hearing impaired people:
The Tourist Office is fitted with a loop detector to amplify sounds so that the travel advisor can communicate with a hearing impaired person with or without a hearing aid.
This simple, clear and short (1 hour) visit of Notre Dame Cathedral is especially suitable for mentally impaired people.
This horse-drawn carriage has a winch-operated platform enabling it to take 4 people in wheelchairs to discover the charms of the Saint-Leu district, which is the lower part of town along the canals, where a number of typical and colourful houses can be admired.
(Another trip “In the footsteps of Jules Verne” can be proposed mainly to groups).
The Fine Arts Museum has the “Tourisme et Handicap” label for the mentally impaired category. This museum is one of the richest and largest of its kind in France and it regularly organises visits for the hearing impaired (sign language) and blind people (tactile visits), particularly during the national "Tourism and Handicap" days.
The educational Sucrine and Féculine farm, in Blangy-Tronville, a few kilometres east of Amiens, reveals all the secrets of the potato, children’s favourite vegetable, the beetroot and farm animals.
This establishment received the “Tourisme et Handicap” label for the 4 categories.