Accessibility in the National Museum's venues
The National Museum is intended be for everyone. We work with universal design and customised services to ensure that our museum buildings and facilities are accessible to as many people as possible.
The National Museum is constantly working to improve accessibility in its museum buildings. The new National Museum, which opens in 2022, will be equipped to welcome visitors with a variety of needs. More practical information will be provided closer to the opening. Accessibility varies from one venue to the next, as described below.
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Accessibility in our locations
- Wheelchairs and mobility impairment in the National Museum – Architecture
- Wheelchairs and mobility impairment at Mellomstasjonen
- Wheelchairs and mobility impairment at Villa Stenersen
- Wheelchairs and mobility impairment in the new National Museum
- Hearing and vision impairment
- Customised guided tours
- Access with an assistance dog
- Visiting the new National Museum with a baby stroller or small children