Visitor-friendly development of the Agora
Our institution has made improvements in the areas of overcoming obstacles (for families, cyclists and dog owners), Let Veszprém be the city of queens, online, visitor management, Let's be green and accessibility.
We used the grant to expand our toolkit. To overcome the obstacles, we created a children's corner and purchased a number of child-friendly equipment: baby food warmers, silencing ears; high chairs, baby mats, nappy changing mats with refill, toilet reducers, step stools, booster seats, colourful wooden furniture, educational and educational books, logic, skill and creative toys, colourful cushions, cups, plates, drawing tools. We also bought a dog drinking bowl.
In connection with the theme "Let Veszprém be the city of queens", we purchased screens and a projection screen. We also brought our 3.5 m tall Gizella and István giant puppets to all our outdoor events, giving visitors the opportunity to take photos with them. We launched an art competition called "Faces of a WOMAN". An exhibition of the works selected by an expert jury was organised.
In the online area, the content and layout of our institutional website have been updated, its menu structure standardised, translated into English and fully accessible. In addition, a children's programmes menu has been created, a calendar of events with filters has been developed, all visitor-friendly services and green actions have been listed and a link to the Veszprém attractions has been made available on the website.
As part of the visitor management improvements, we purchased a visual tool to provide more effective information and mobile signposts to guide visitors.
For the Let's Go Green theme, we purchased separate waste bins, environmental books, used battery collectors, LED light bulbs and a green wall.
In the context of accessibility, we bought contact tablets with QR code scanning for sign language interpretation.
The developments related to the 6 thematic areas have been implemented with the support of VEB2023, the costs have been financed by grants.