Museum Voorlinden is easily accessible by wheelchair. The building is mainly on the ground floor and has a special entrance for wheelchairs, rollators and children’s buggies. There are also free wheelchairs on loan.
It is possible to reserve a wheelchair. We also offer the possibility to pick you up with a wheelchair and bring you back to the parking lot. Please send an e-mail to email@example.com at least two working days before your visit. Please include the date and time of your visit and whether you would like to make use of our pick-up service.
The works Swimming Pool by Leandro Erlich and Open Ended by Richard Serra are partially accessible by wheelchair. Swimming Pool can only be viewed from above. Open Ended is only visible from the outside. Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirror Room is not accessible to wheelchair users during regular opening hours. Are you in a wheelchair or are you using a walker and would you like to see this work? We will be happy to welcome you at 10.45 hours – just before opening time – and help you to enter the work. Please contact us at least two working days in advance for an appointment via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Everyone must be able to show a valid admission ticket. Visitors who are unable to navigate their way through the museum independently, can bring a care-giver for free on presentation of a care-giver pass or letter signed by a family doctor or specialist.
Are you visiting Voorlinden with a group of 15 people or more? Please announce your group visit via email@example.com.
Do you also want to use our catering facilities? We would like to hear about this in advance via firstname.lastname@example.org, so that we can check the availability in the agenda.
- Free cloakroom and lockers
- Free wifi
- Disabled toilets in the museum
- Disabled parking spaces
- First aid staff
2244 AG Wassenaar
+31 (0)70 51 21 660
Telephone reachable during office hours (Monday to Friday from 9.00 to 17.00 hours)