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Accessibility

The Laténium is accessible to people with reduced mobility and in wheelchairs. Ramps in the museum facilitate access to the areas and a wheelchair-accessible lift provides access to the museum floors.

A wheelchair is available at the reception desk. The ground floor has a wheelchair accessible toilet.

Some areas of the park are not accessible to people with reduced mobility.

Parking for people with reduced mobility

Several parking spaces are reserved for people with reduced mobility in the car park of the Hauterive port.
One space is available at the service entrance to the museum (north of the building).

Description of the rooms

The zugangsmonitor website gives a detailed description of the rooms and the accessibility of the museum for people with reduced mobility.

Temporary exhibition “Des choses”

The current exhibition “Des choses” is accessible to people with reduced mobility.

Guided tours and workshops with a wheelchair

The cultural mediation activities can be followed by people with reduced mobility. Only the activities in the park may be difficult to access for people with reduced mobility. Please consult the museum’s agenda, which indicates the accessibility of the activity with a pictogram.

 

INCLUSIVE CULTURE AT THE LATÉNIUM

The Laténium is committed to making culture accessible to all. It is the first museum in French-speaking Switzerland to be awarded the “Inclusive Culture” label.

A delegate for inclusion supervises the offer and organises in-house training sessions with experts in the field of disability. The reception and mediation staff have been trained to welcome people with visual and motor disabilities.

Discover the “Cultural Inclusion Charter” in french here.