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Sightseeing for people with disabilities

Our building is accessible to visitors with disabilities.

For people with limited freedom of movement, there is a ramp leading directly to the entrance, as well as elevators that allow you to move between the levels. The passageways at all exhibitions are wide, allowing for trouble-free movement in a wheelchair.

For people with visual impairments, there are tactile paths at all levels. At the Information Point, you can borrow typhlographic book plans. Typhlographic plans have also been placed in generally accessible areas to help blind and partially sighted people orient themselves arond the buildings.


All of the museum spaces are available to visitors with an assistance dog. Wheelchair access is available at the information desk. In addition, museum guides are prepared to translate into sign language or using audio descriptions.