For you going out means good preparation, because you have extra needs around accessibility. In the Arnhem region we understand this and do everything we can to provide you with transparency and clear information. Our hospitable entrepreneurs welcome you and offer you the necessary facilities. So that you, together with your partner, children, family or friends, can get away from it all in the region. Go out into our diverse nature, enjoy the culture at our historical sites or in one of the many museums. And while you're there, why not stay overnight?
Here we have an overview for you of all locations that are wheelchair accessible. When you have decided what you would like to do you can find the specific accessibility of the location at the bottom of each page
Take a trip around the world at Burgers' Zoo! Are you ready for an adventurous expedition? After all, you are going on a journey through the most diverse natural areas in the world! Not only will you travel through the tropical rainforest, the rocky desert of Arizona and the savannah of East Africa, but you will also get to know the tropical coral reef and the jungle of Malaysia.
Great efforts are being made to make the park as accessible as possible. Therefore, there is also a special route through the park for the disabled. You can also rent a wheelchair and there are several disabled toilets and disabled parking spaces available.
Experience history in the Dutch Open Air Museum. Special encounters, smells, images and stories evoke unforgettable memories of everyday life as it used to be.
The Dutch Open Air Museum and its historic buildings are accessible to visitors in wheelchairs. In dry weather, it is possible for any wheelchair user to visit almost the entire museum park. With the exception of the poffertjeskraam, all catering locations in the museum are also easily accessible to visitors in wheelchairs.
A visit to the Kröller-Müller Museum is an amazing experience: a voyage of discovery that begins as soon as you drive into De Hoge Veluwe National Park. With nearly 90 paintings and more than 180 drawings, it is home to the second largest Vincent van Gogh collection in the world. Here you can get closer to his works than anywhere else. In addition, the collection includes important pieces by world-class artists such as Pablo Picasso, Georges Seurat, Claude Monet, Piet Mondrian and many more.
The museum is easily accessible with a wheelchair. Mobility scooters are permitted in the museum and in sculpture garden.