Wheelchairs and mobility impairment in the new National Museum
The new National Museum is built according to the latest standards of universal design. This means, among other things, that anyone with reduced mobility will be able to enter the museum using the same entry points as others, and that service desks, toilets and cloakrooms will be equally accessible to all. There are elevators and step-free access to all parts of the building that are open to the public.
The roof terrace on the second floor and the sunken garden on the third floor are accessible to all, although you may need to use the elevator to get from one to the other.
There are plentiful places to sit in the exhibition spaces, in addition to separate areas for rest and relaxation.
We are currently developing an app that will facilitate access to the art and help you find your way around within the new museum building.
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- Hearing and vision impairment
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