Accessibility, Drottningholm Palace

Steps. There are 22 steps from ground level to the entry level, with a handrail up to the entry door. There are 30 steps from the entrance up to the lower vestibule and the front desk, with a handrail. There are three steps from the lower vestibule to the main entrance. There are 40 steps from the first floor level to the second floor level, with no handrail.

No lifts.

No ramps.

Disabled toilets are available in the Main Guard Wing and at the Chinese Pavilion.

Disabled parking is available at the visitor car park at the palace theatre.

Assistance/guide dogs are welcome.

Free entry for guides/assistants for visitors with disabilities.

Other information. For more details about accessibility, please contact us using the form under Contact us.

Alternatively, call +46 (0)8 402 61 00, weekdays 09:00-12:00.

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