Access to the main entrance is facilitated by a ramp from Stratou Ave. The door has an adequate opening to accommodate people using a wheelchair.
The distance to be reached from the nearest ramp to the entrance of the museum is approximately 120 m. See the proposed route.
Exhibition halls are on two levels, accessed via staircases, special lifts and lifts suitable for wheelchairs. The museum can provide a wheelchair upon request. Handrails are present on ramps and staircases.
RESTING SPOTS AND CORRIDORS
Resting spots are found within the exhibition, to allow visitors to rest when needed. Spaces are free of obstacles and the corridor width is over 1.5 m. according to specifications for accessibility.
Accessible toilets are available inside the Museum.
The Museum cafe is accessible through a ramp.
Special vehicles for people with disabilities can park at the Museum's car park. There are two parking spots. See the proposed route.
Blind or partially sighted visitors
For the blind or partially sighted visitors a "Touch tour" can be arranged.
An automated external defibrillator (AED) is available at the Museum.
VISITORS ON THE AUTISM SPECTRUM
The Museum has the following visiting guides for adults and children on the autism spectrum.