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NUIT BLANCHE is designed to accommodate all audiences by encouraging accessibility of venues and projects. For the 5th consecutive year “NUIT BLANCHE for all” has developed an accessibility programme and is committed to providing better services for all audiences with specific needs.





  • The website is accessible to all; it has the “Any Surfer” label and will help you to plan your route in advance. You can select projects according to several criteria: the artistic discipline, the accessibility level, your disability type, the presence of a reception service, etc.
  • A special route with the accessible projects and venues for each disability has been developed to help you make your choice and guide you. It can be downloaded here. It is also availableat the Info Point on October, 1st.
  • The accessibility level of the venues and projects is given in the brochure, on site and on the website using icons.


Icons & Legend

ChaisePeople in wheelchairs and with difficulty walking

Oreille Deaf and hearing impaired people

OeilBlind and visually impaired people


Grey: not accessible or nothing specific provided
Orange: accessible with occasional assistance
Green: accessible independently


MainsSign language service



  • A specific route is adapted for people with reduced mobility.
  • Transport shouldn’t be an obstacle to your visit, parking spaces located near the route can be reserved by people on request.
  • You can enjoy priority access to the indoor projects by collecting a “priority” pass from the Info Point which allows you to skip the queues.
  • The NUIT BLANCHE stewards can offer occasional assistance to help you get around the route or in the indoor venues.
  • The Fluo Bike Experience offers you the chance to cycle at NUIT BLANCHE. Almagic provides adapted and fun transport for those who want to take part in the light parade.
  • Accessible toilet facilities are installed and signposted along the route as well as in some venues hosting projects.
  • Illuminated signs indicate the NUIT BLANCHE venues along the route.



  • Our Blind Date” service offers a sighted guide for the visually impaired. Experienced volunteers are on hand to help you to experience the event by guiding you along the route and describing the artistic projects. Registration is mandatory.
  • For certain projects, a sign language service is available. Balloons are also available so that people can feel the vibrations of sound projects.
  • There is a dedicated area for audiences with specific needs at the NUIT BLANCHE Info Point. Here, you can pick up a map of the adapted route, a brochure and advice to help you enjoy your visit to the full.


Registration « Blind Date », sign language service and parking: 

Martin Angenot


Giulia Calà


Video for NUIT BLANCHE for all (description of the video)


With the support of the Alderman for Equal Opportunities and the Advisory Council for Persons with Disabilities (CCPH) of the City of Brussels, the Regional Directorate for Equal Opportunities and the Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles.