• 2 parking spaces reserved for disabled visitors are located in the staff car park near the reception area. An access path leads directly to the Memorial Museum reception. It is advisable to come accompanied because of the uneven cobblestones on the access paths.
  • It is also possible to stop in front of the entry to drop off.


  • Disabled visitor can benefit from a reduced entry price, upon presentation of a valid proof.
  • Free entry for one accompanying person.

Access to the memorial-museum

At the reception desk, you will find free documents to help you with your visit: a map of the areas and practical information. For your comfort, we recommend that you come accompanied.

  • The museum’s bookshop is located on the ground floor near reception.

Lifts provide access to all three areas of the museum and to the Zlatin gallery, a temporary exhibition space located in the extension.

  • Situated 50m from the reception, the house is accessible via the road and the slightly sloping, irregularly paved path.
  • A ramp to the house is installed when you arrive, allowing you to visit the ground floor. Only the first floor of the house is not accessible due to its classification as a historic monument. You can explore the first floor using digital media.
  • The Wiltzer Room – a workroom for temporary exhibitions on the ground floor of the former silkworm nursery – is located close to the house.

Free services

  • Cane seats
  • Audioguides

Toilets for disabled visitors are available on the ground floor of the museum. For events and commemorations, please contact reception in advance.


Mediation adapted to each type of disability is available by reservation only.