The museum is closed until further notice due to the Corona virus (Covid-19). All programmes are canceled through May 17, 2021.
The City Museum is temporarily closed
Guide dogs welcome
Lift from Ryssgården down to the entrance on the ground floor
Door width: 100 centimetres
Interior length: 223 centimetres
Width: 145 centimetres
Maximum load: 1,750 kilograms (or max. 23 passengers)
Lift between exhibition floors 0 and 3
Door width: 87 centimetres
Interior length: 129 centimetres
Width: 199 centimetres
Maximum load: 850 kilograms (or max. 12 passengers)
Entrance and entry hall for wheelchair users
The entrance is disability adapted, with automatic door opening.
Accessibility within the museum
The museum is built on three floors and is accessible to those using a wheelchair or walking frame. The only exception to this is the highest level of the museum, which is reached via a steep staircase up to the Pihlqvist family home. Otherwise, there are always ramps available as an alternative to stairs.
Toilets with space for electric wheelchairs
Available on floors 0, 1 and 2. Baby changing stations are available on the ground and first floors.
Hearing aid technology
Hearing loops are available at the information desk on the ground floor and the 2nd-floor auditorium.
Wheelchairs present no impediment to participating in guided tours of the museum. Please inform your guide if you have a non-visible disability.Tours can also be ordered and adapted to your particular needs. Learn more under Bookings
Further information on accessibility
For further information on accessibility, please contact the information desk. Telephone +46 (0)8 508 316 20.