Visitors with walking aids or wheelchairs

The museum is easily accessible by wheelchair or mobility scooter. Wheelchairs, walking frames, crutches and children's buggies are available for loan free of charge from the cloakroom. The sculpture garden is also accessible by wheelchair or mobility scooter, except for the unpaved paths. Segways are permitted in the sculpture garden. Other motorized (electronic) aids are not allowed in the museum or sculpture garden. 

Assistance dogs are welcome in the museum, sculpture garden and De Hoge Veluwe National Park. 

On 19 February 2019, the museum received the Accessibility Award from De Zonnebloem. 


Parking at the museum is free. Do you have a disabled parking card? Then you can use one of the six accessible parking spaces 175 metres from the museum's main entrance. Accompanying care attendants pay no admission fee.


There are two accessible toilets, one in the museum near the museum shop and one in the sculpture garden, to the right of the Rietveld Pavilion.

Visitors with a visual impairment

The main exhibition texts of the permanent collection have been compiled in large-format letters in a PDF file. Exhibition texts are texts about the artworks that you can read on signs in the museum. Prefer not to read from a screen? You can also borrow the compiled exhibition texts from the museum’s reception desk.

Download the exhibition texts of the permanent collection in large-format letters here

Download the exhibitions texts of The Wood for the Trees in large-format letters here

If you have any questions or comments on these documents, we would like to hear from you. You can contact us via

Visitors with sensory processing sensitivity

For visitors who are sensitive to stimuli, the museum plans to organize low-stimuli museum visits in the future. 

Hidden Disabilities Sunflower

The museum staff are familiar with the Hidden Disabilities Sunflower. This allows visitors to discreetly alert those around them that they require an extra helping hand.

Aduld and child using the picto museum map

Visitors with a communication disability

To allow adults or children to enjoy and engage in the museum visit even more, you can download the picto museum map. This contains pictograms related to the museum visit that the user or care attendant can use during a museum visit. A laminated version of the picto museum map can be borrowed from the reception desk.