Architecture and other cultural places of interest are shown as the results of the progress of evolution of society. People have a right to access these: "Everyone, as a member of society⋯ entitled to the satisfaction of economic, social and cultural rights indispensable for his dignity and the free development of his personality." The society has a responsibility to bring this knowledge to anyone, whether or not disabilities their mental or physical abilities that may prevent access to this information. The new technology provides effective tools for interpreting the architecture and culture in general. Thus, a project may have an emotional impact in people as well as while more widespread in society as a whole. The project defines a methodology for evaluating accessibility in architecture and its application (with people with visual disabilities) to visit emblematic buildings of architecture, as the Church of the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, designed by architect Antoni Gaudi. The project is made by disabled people and students of architecture. They work in definition of development and practical application of designs. The experience of students as users and content developers will allow us to empirically assess the usability and accessibility of the built environment.