Advice on accessibility for wheelchair usersThe Open Air Museum has made a number of modifications to the site over the past few years in order to improve accessibility for wheelchair users. In dry weather, it is possible for any wheelchair user, together with a carer, to visit virtually the whole park. Some of the historic buildings feature presentations on an upper floor (e.g. the Delft windmill). Unfortunately, these areas are not accessible for wheelchair users.
Because the museum park is situated on a hilly site and not all paths have been surfaced yet, there are still certain areas that are less easy to reach.
We advise you to start your visit with a tram ride to the ‘Spaarstation Dingenliefde’ tram stop (B), as this way you will avoid uphill sections. Also, if you wish to visit the Brabant and Limburg area (12), the parish church from ’s-Heerenhoek (10.1) or the ‘Freia’ steam-powered dairy factory from Veenwouden (7.1) directly from the entrance pavilion, we advise you to take the tram from the stop 'Grote Weide' (A).
Additional adviceWe advise you not to use the path between the Midlaren toll-house (13.3), the Delft tower mill (15.6) and the Veluwe paper mill (5.4). We would also advise you against taking the path from the Varik farmhouse (1.10) towards the Giethoorn farmhouse (2.2).
We recommend that you choose the path that takes you to the Hoogmade farmhouse (3.7) and then follow the wooden walkway in the direction of the manor (3.1).