Aim: This study investigated the accessibility of refunctionalized museums to people with disabilities. Method On-site observations were performed to determine whether refunctionalized museums were accessible to people with disabilities. Results: The results show that people with disabilities are denied experiencing refunctionalized museums because they cannot access them. Conclusion: Refunctionalized museums offer insufficient solutions to promote the accessibility of people with disabilities. Therefore, better solutions should be offered to help them access cultural heritage. However, it should be made sure that those solutions do not damage the cultural heritage while meeting their needs.
Keywords: Reuse, Cultural Heritage, People With Disabilities, Accessibility, User Experience