Accessibility, Museum de Vries

Lifts and ramps. Wheelchair lift available.

Disabled toilets are available in the museum.

Parking. There is no disabled parking directly outside the museum. The nearest disabled parking is at the visitor car park at Drottningholm Palace, approximately 200 metres from the museum.

Guides/assistants. Free entry for guides/assistants for visitors with disabilities.

Other information. The museum is specially adapted for visitors with visual impairments.

For more details about accessibility, please contact us using the form under Contact us. Alternatively, call +46 (0)8 402 61 00, weekdays 09:00-12:00.

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