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Visited: 10/15
Milan Janco
The Natural History Museum in Vienna is wheelchair accessible. Entrance for wheelchair users, labeled guideposts logo wheelchair, is from the street Burgring 7 ( from the building). Visitors enter through the yard, he gets to the elevator. Lift ensures barrier-free movement throughout the museum. In the building they are installed accessible toilets adapted for wheelchair users (see building plans at the reception). Blind, partially sighted have access to selected exhibits of geology, mineralogy, anthropology and archeology, with which they can learn to touch. Seniors have access to wheelchairs, available free of charge. The museum is a popular destination for visits of school children. Although the exhibits in glass cabinets from the late 19th century, the exhibition of modern and interactive.
Text was translated from Czech.

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