Wheelchair Accessible Van Gogh Museum Amsterdam
Fully Wheelchair Accessible,
Wheelchair Accessible Lifts to all floors,
Wheelchair Accessible Toilets,
Wheelchair Accessible Cafe
Getting There – Arrival at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam
Accessible Parking is available on “Paulus Potterstraat” (in front of the museum). There is also a dedicated drop-off/pick-up space for disabled visitors here, ideal if you are arriving by wheelchair accessible taxi. And as the “Paulus Potterstraat” entrance is the quieter of the two Van Gogh Museum entrances, then this is definitely the entrance you should use.
Entrance – Access to the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam
Disabled visitors are offered priority entrance.
Free admission for one companion. You can book the free companion’s ticket online. The companion ticket also includes a free multimedia tour.
Van Gogh Museum Accessibility
Wheelchairs are available to loan.
A floor plan which includes information about accessible facilities, is available from one of the Information Desks at the museum.
There are lifts to the upper levels of the Van Gogh Museum (and there is a PDF guide to the width of these lifts, on the Van Gogh Museum website).
Wheelchair Accessible Toilets
Wheelchair accessible toilets are available on the ground floor.
Wheelchair Accessible Cafe/Restaurant
The Van Gogh Museum has both a wheelchair accessible cafe, and a wheelchair accessible restaurant.
See the Wheelchair Accessible Amsterdam Guide for details of other wheelchair accessible attractions, restaurants and hotels in Amsterdam.
If this information has assisted you in planning your travels with your wheelchair, please consider making a donation to my Virtual Kiltwalk appeal for 2022 – in aid of FareShare. And thanks to an ADDITIONAL donation of 50% by Sir Tom Hunter, FareShare will actually receive 150% of the amount that you donate!
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