Hearing and vision impairment
The public areas of the new National Museum are designed to facilitate easy spoken communication and all signs should be legible for visitors with impaired vision. Information desks and several public meeting and activity rooms are fitted with audio induction loops.
Assistance dogs are allowed in all museum buildings.
For audience members with reduced vision and need for extra light, it is possible to borrow a flashlight at the information desk.
The Visitor Guide that will facilitate access to the art and help you find your way around within the new museum building. This app will offer an enhanced audio experience of the museum. It includes audio descriptions of 21 works from the collection presentation and 92 conversation cards that are found in benches in the exhibition.
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- Hearing and vision impairment
- Customised guided tours
- Access with an assistance dog
- Visiting the new National Museum with a baby stroller or small children
- Accessible parking