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Frescativägen 40

Ordinarie öppettider:
Tisdag-söndag 10-18


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Accessible facilities

We aim to provide a friendly, accessible environment for all our visitors and the widest possible access to our building.

Impaired hearing

Induction loops are available in Cosmonova and the auditoriums on the lower floor. Cosmonova programmes are in Swedish, without subtitles.

Impaired vision

Some of the exhibitions may appear to be unusually dark. This may be due to the presence of light-sensitive materials. Also, some of the older exhibitions are lit according to the standards in effect at the time they were created. Would you like to borrow lenses, ask at the Information desk at the main entrance.

Audioguide and objects to touch

The exhibition The Human Journey includes a number of features designed to enhance accessibility to the vision impaired. There are a number of objects that can be touched, such as skeletons and skulls. There is also an audio guide available.

Audio guide The Human Journey

Audio guide 10 exhibition highlights

Stairways

The museum stairways have signs indicating the floors above and below.

Floors

The floors are even and of various materials.

Guide dogs

You may bring your guide dog into the museum.

Impaired mobility

All exhibitions are adapted for wheelchairs. Doorways to all exhibitions are kept open during normal hours. The exhibition Treasures from the earth's interior at present is only reached by stairs.

Reserved parking spaces

The museum has two parking areas reserved for visitors with disabilities. One is located at the gateway to the courtyard, to the right of the museum's main entrance. The second is located in the inner courtyard. The surface is asphalt.

Entrances

Near the parking area in the courtyard there is an accessible entrance to the lower floor of the museum, address Frescativägen 38.

Cosmonova has an accessible entrance on the upper floor, reached by elevator. If you need to use this entrance, please mention when getting your ticket.

Lockers and lunchroom

There are lockers on the ground floor. There are picnic rooms on the ground and lower floors.

Wheelchairs at Cosmonova

Cosmonova has three special places for visitors in wheelchairs. These may be booked in advance by telephone at +46 (0)8 519 540 00.

Accessible toilets

Available on all three floors.

  • Lower floor: Door width 90 centimetres, floor space 6.78 square metres. Diaper changing table. No automatic door opener.
  • Ground floor: Door width 90 centimetres, floor space 6.78 square metres. Diaper changing table. No automatic door opener.
  • Upper floor at Cosmonova exit: Door width 90 centimetres, floor space 5.51 square metres. Diaper changing table. Automatic door opener.
  • Upper floor in exhibition Treasures from the Earth's Interior. Door width 90 centimetres, floor space 2.89 square metres. Diaper changing table. No automatic door opener.

Courtesy wheelchair and walker

The museum has one wheelchair and one walker available for use by visitors. We also have a pair of crutches to lend. Please contact the Information desk at the main entrance to borrow.

Lift dimensions

There are lifts on all floors. 

Entrance hall: door width 80 centimetres, floor space 1.6 square metres

Ticket hall/Cosmonova: door width 78 centimetres, floor space 2.1 square metres

Exhibitions Fossils and Evolution and Swedish Nature: door width 191 centimetres, floor space 7 square metres.

Download map overviewing the Museum with CosmonovaPDF

Neuropsychiatric and intellectual disabilities

The staff at the box office and at the Information desk in the entrance hall, can give you tips and advice on how to make your visit with us as smooth and positive as possible. Please contact us before your visit and tell us about your special needs: 08-519 540 00, informationen@nrm.se.

Pupils

Teachers with pupils with special needs are encuraged to contact our museum educators before the visit.

Stress and high noise levels

If you are extra sensitive to stress or high noise levels, it may be a good idea to come here on weekday afternoons, when teh museum usually is less crowded and more quiet.