Accessibility / Public with specific needs

Museum accessibility

The Mundaneum tries to offer accessibility and comfort of visit in all areas to people with disabilities.

To meet everyone's needs, the museum provides visitors with adapted services.

The European Disability Card is accepted at the museum reception. In addition, free admission is granted to the person accompanying the disabled person.

Visitors with reduced mobility


The Mundaneum is accessible to people with reduced mobility thanks to specific arrangements:

- access ramp at the entrance to the museum

- reception desk suitable for wheelchairs

- elevator

- adapted toilets

- free access folding seats inside the museum

- parking possible (PMR spaces) in the immediate vicinity of the museum at rue de Nimy and rue des Passages. Click on this link to access the interactive map of Disabled car parks.

Visually impaired or blind visitors


- Guide dogs and assistance dogs are accepted in the museum collections and exhibitions route.

- Rods with end caps are also authorized in these same spaces.

- Magnifiers and easy-to-read magnifiers are available at reception for the visually impaired.

- The museum offers tactile and descriptive tours using thermoforming techniques and 3D printing which allow visually impaired people to experiment with the works of art. These visits are intended for groups (maximum 5 visually impaired people and five accompanying adults) and are led by an animator-guide from the Mundaneum. To book a visit, send an email to

Click on this link to access documentary resources and fact sheets to facilitate the visit

Deaf or hard of hearing visitors


The Mundaneum allows deaf or hard of hearing visitors to discover its history through subtitled and signed videos (in collaboration with Les Cèdres).

Click on this link for digital resources to make it easier to visit.