Tours for visitors with visual impairments
The tours for blind or partially sighted visitors include detailed descriptions to facilitate a deeper appreciation of the works in the exhibition. Individual visitors should be aware that the wall labels in the museum galleries are generally in small print. However, a description in large print is generally to be found at the start of the exhibition itinerary. You are welcome to bring your guide dog into the museum. Please remember that touching the works is not permitted.
For further information about guided tours or about special workshops for blind or partially sighted visitors, please contact our art education coordinators:
Tel: +41 61 645 97 20
Arrival by public transport: visitors with visual impairments
The museum is accessible from the "Fondation Beyeler" tram stop. If you are traveling from Basel, get off the tram, turn left, and walk twelve meters to the pedestrian crossing. Cross the road, turn right, and walk 30 meters to the main entrance of the museum park. Enter the park and keep to the right of the path leading to the building entrance. Access from the path to the museum is via a 50-meter-long ramp. The ticket office is on the right by the entrance.