Accessibility Guide

Information for visitors with physical disabilities

Premises

The entire museum is accessible to wheelchairs; there are no stairs in the building.

Entrance

The entrance for visitors in wheelchairs is located at the rear of the Nobel Museum and is fitted with an access ramp. An intercom is located next to the entrance. Place a call and the doors will open automatically.

Bathrooms

The museum has a bathroom adapted to suit wheelchair users.

Fire Alarm

The museum is equipped with a visual fire alarm for the hearing-impaired.

Accompanying Visitors

Entry is free for escorting individuals and personal assistants accompanying disabled visitors to the museum.

Physical Aids

The museum has two wheelchairs, magnifying glasses, and flashlights that visitors may borrow.

Assistance Dogs

Only guide dogs and assistance dogs are permitted inside the museum.

Taxis

If you require a taxi, please contact museum staff for assistance.

Emergency Exit

The entry located at the rear of the museum serves as an emergency exit for visitors in wheelchairs.

Parking

Parking spaces for disabled visitors are located on the corner of Källargränd 1 and Slottsbacken. The Nobel Museum is unable to reserve parking spaces for visitors.

Tours for Disabled Visitors

Contact the Nobel Museum's reservation desk or call +46 (0)8-534 818 18 for information and to book tours adapted for disabled visitors.

The Nobel Museum is continually working to improve accessibility to its facilities for visitors with physical disabilities and we appreciate your comments and suggestions. You can contact the museum's accessibility coordinator, Laura Aronovici, at +46 (0)8-534 818 17 or laura.aronovici@nobelmuseum.se.

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