We make access for all visitors to the museum a priority, irrespective of physical, auditory or visual impairments. If you have suggestions as to how we can improve our communications, service, signage or facilities, please email us at email@example.com
For less mobile visitors
- Thanks to the wide corridors and the lifts in both the memorial and the museum, the whole circuit is fully accessible.
- Wheelchair-accessible toilets are located on floors -1 and +3.
- Folding seats are available on every floor.
- We have several wheelchairs which you can use free of charge. You can book one by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org (min. of five days in advance).
- If you require assistance, please ask a member of our front-of-house staff who will be happy to help.
- The security gates at the entrance to the museum are 82cm wide. If necessary, you can use the door next to them.
FOR Visually-impaired visitors
- Guide dogs are welcome in the museum and memorial.
- If you are following a guided tour, please notify our guide in advance. He or she will take your visual impairment into account when leading the tour.
For visitors with impaired hearing
- You can watch the introductory film with subtitles (NL-FR-ENG). Ask a member of staff for more information.
- If you are following a guided tour, please notify our guide in advance. He or she will take your hearing impairment into account when leading the tour.
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CARERS ENJOY FREE ADMISSION.
- The gallery texts in the museum are very legible. Most of the personal accounts and film excerpts have subtitles.