Access for all

It is very important to us that people with disabilities feel comfortable in our museum. All rooms are one level, making everything easily accessible to wheelchair users and people with impaired mobility. These visitors may also make use of our wide variety of guided tours and workshops without any restrictions. We offer specially designed guided tours of the exhibitions to help people with impaired sight or hearing experience the world of artworks. Group workshops are also available upon request. We can also prepare special guided tours and workshops for people with mental disabilities.

Admission fees

IV-pensioners pay a reduced admission fee. Admission is free for care partners of people with disabilities who cannot visit the museum alone. We can also make special preparations for your visit if desired, please contact us.

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Additional Information

Wheelchair users and people with impaired mobility: detailed information on conditions, arrival, and on site assistance.


Impaired sight and hearing: information on guided tours, workshops, and access.


For special guided tours and workshops for people with mental disabilities, please contact our tour coordinator

Award

In 2006 the Fondation Beyeler was awarded a Museum Star for measures designed to meet the needs of people with disabilities and senior citizens. The museum received an additional award from the Museum Star project in 2010.