Accessibility for wheelchairs
The Van Abbemuseum is accessible for people in wheelchairs. There are two disabled-parking spots next to the main entrance and two more at the rear entrance, at the Stratumsedijk 2.
For assistence, call +31 (0)40 238 10 20.
Accessibility for the blind and visually impaired
Blind and visually impaired visitors and their guidance dogs are more than welcome at the Van Abbemuseum. Escorts can accompany them for free. Every second Sunday of the month, there is a free Special Guests tour where some artworks can be touched and all the senses will be stimulated.
Accessibility for the deaf and hard of hearing
Directions public transport to Van Abbemuseum
Take the bus 7 or 17 from Eindhoven Central Station and exit at bus stop Stadhuisplein. Cross the bicycle path and walk with the direction of the bus to the left. Pass the bridge until after 190 metres you've come to a crossing with traffic lights. Here, go to the left. To get to the traffic light, you have to cross the bicycle path again. When you've crossed the street, cross the bicycle path and walk onto the sidewalk. Right ahead of you is a low brick wall. Follow this wall for a few metres in the direction of the turn to the right until there's a broad groove in the pavement with two little poles in the middle. Walk this path for several metres and go to the right. Walk the stairs with 10 steps. Walk another few steps ahead and you'll be in front of the main entrance of the museum.
Note: the traffic lights in front of the Van Abbemuseum do not have ticking noises to help the visually impaired.
Directions from the museum to the bus stop
Walk out of the museum and take the stairs down. Go to the right and follow the path in the direction of the main road. At the end of the path is a low pole in the middle. Go to the right and follow the road across the bridge. On your left is another bicycle path. After about 120 metres there is a small building on your right for the underground garage. Walk some more metres ahead until you reach the ribbed tiles. Cross the bibycle path here. On your right is the bus stop. Be careful not to run into the information pole that is immediately on your right after crossing the bicycle path.