Museum of Jewish History
The main entrance is accessible, but somewhat difficult: a ramp and three steps (less than 2 cm high) lead to the ticket office; the exhibition space is accessed via steps that are more than 5 cm high.
Alternative entrance, yet with certain obstacles (a step exceeding 5 cm in height) via a medium-sized lift. Request access to the lift at reception; museum staff will accompany you to the lift and point out the itinerary. This service is subject to staff availability: from Tuesday to Saturday from 10 AM to 3 PM. Outside this schedule, call 972 216 761 in advance to check availability.
Interior circulation is mostly obstacle-free, excluding a few obstacles that can be overcome via ramps or several steps—between 2 and 5 cm high—which do not hinder the view. The only area that is not accessible for visitors in wheelchairs is the micvé, a narrow space only accessible via steps that are more than 5 cm high.
The exhibition can be accessed with no difficulties. Please contact reception to ask how to follow it in chronological order when taking the alternative itinerary via the lift.
Most display cases and objects exhibited are placed at a height that makes them visible for visitors in wheelchairs.
Non-adapted information desk. Nonetheless, museum personnel are available to assist at all times.
Discounted, €2 entry fare for persons holding a disability card.
Surroundings: Pedestrian, cobblestone street with a considerable gradient—between 8% and 12%.
Nearest free, wheelchair-accessible car park: 1 parking bay at Plaça de Sant Josep, 290m away.
Nearest bus stop: L11 Cort Reial, 210m away (wheelchair accessible). Access to the museum from there is via Carrer de la Força, which is a cobblestone street with a gradient between 8% and 12%.
Taxi: Plaça de la Catedral, 50m away; or the Plaça de l'Oli, 150 m away.