Visitors with disabilities
The whole of the Musée Unterlinden is accessible to visitors with reduced mobility. Blind visitors may bring guide dogs.
A sculpted copy of the Isenheim Altarpiece created by the workshop of Jean-Jacques Erny in Colmar is presented on the gallery overlooking the chapel in the space devoted to the History of the Altarpiece. It is smaller than life-size to make it easier for blind and partially-sighted visitors to discover the work.
Magnifying glasses can be borrowed free of charge on request from the reception and ticket office.
People with reduced mobility can access all the rooms. Pushchairs, wheelchairs and walkers are all easily accessible thanks to the lifts and inclined surfaces.
The Musée Unterlinden offers wheelchairs on loan to visitors who find it difficult to move around, to stand for several hours in an often uncomfortable position, or to visit the museum independently.
The acquisition of two wheelchairs was made possible thanks to the support of the Rotary Club of Colmar.
Seats are also available throughout the museum.
Two wheelchairs are available at the ticket office on request and in exchange for ID. Cane seats are freely available in the orientation room near the ticket office.