The museum is easily accessible with a wheelchair. Mobility scooters are permitted in the museum and sculpture garden. A Segway is only permitted in the sculpture garden. Other motorized aids, including e-health aids, are not allowed in the museum or sculpture garden. Wheelchairs, walking frames and children’s buggies are available for loan at the museum (these items are free of charge but cannot be reserved). Assistance dogs are welcome in the Park, the museum and the sculpture garden. The museum has 1 toilet for the disabled (see the map).
Accessibility sculpture garden
The sculpture garden is largely accessible with a wheelchair or mobility scooter. There are, however, also unpaved paths that are not suitable for wheelchair or mobility scooter users. You will find all the necessary information on the map of the sculpture garden. To the maps
Free parking with disabled parking ticket
If you have a disabled parking ticket, you can park for free in the Park or in one of our disabled parking spaces at the museum. There are 6 of these. The distance from the main entrance of the museum is 175 meters. If you come with a care attendant, that person pays no admission fee.
For the blind/visually impaired
We organize special guided tours on demand for blind/visually impaired visitors.
The tour guide tells about the meaning of a work, the material and the shapes. You have the opportunity to touch a few of the sculptures (wearing gloves). This allows you to feel and fathom the shape of those works of art.
Price: on request, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call +31(0)318 595 968.
If you come with a care attendant, that person pays no admission fee.