For Disabled Persons

  • The Museum has a large, spacious lift leading to the exhibition and special toilet
  • The ramps installed in the exhibition rooms can be used by persons with movement disabilities, mothers with babies, etc.
  • The Museum offers a few dozen copies of the "Touch culture" guidebook for persons with sight loss and impairment. The guidebook contains unique tangible illustrations of selected objects from the Museum's collection, with the possibility to borrow it out of charge. The digital version of the guidebook for persons with sight impairment is available on the webpage
  • Possibility to touch selected exhibits
  • Possibility to organize museum classes with a guide for students with and without disabilities (educational models for persons with sight loss are available: tangible wooden bricks presenting King Kasimir the Great and a replica of Queen Hedwig's scepter)
  • The Museum's employees have been trained by the JU Disability Support Service in proper care over persons with different types of disability: they have learned rules and techniques for assisting a person using wheelchair, and taught to guide persons with sight loss. All employees are familiar with correct disability vocabulary.
  • The museum cafeteria "U Pęcherza" offers Braille menus
  • For additional support for disabled persons please contact the Museum.