Accessibility

Main entrance

Access to the main entrance is facilitated by ramps. The main door is wide enough to allow access to people with disabilities.

Lifts

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.

toilets

Accessible toilets are available inside the Museum.

Cafe

The Museum cafe is accessible through a ramp.

Wheelchair

Special vehicles for people with disabilities can park at the Museum's car park.

Blind or partially sighted visitors

The Museum's open-air exhibition "Memory in Stone" has been specially designed to accommodate blind or partially sighted visitors. Wheelchairs can access the exhibition thanks to the use of relevant flooring, while special paths facilitate access to visually impaired visitors and direct them to the exhibition's highligths, where braille inscriptions are available in Greek and English that provide detailed information.