Museum Visit on 28 July
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair, Powerchair
An amazing museum with great accessibility for wheelchair users. Could spend days in here with all of the different exhibits though highlights can be easily seen in an afternoon.
Transport & Parking
An easy walk to the museum, but there is a dedicated bus stop as well.
Disabled access is excellent, but only complaint would be the lift to the roof terrance was constantly packed. Lack of signage for directions to stairs seemed to be the cause of the issue.
Accessible toilets on every floor. The one located on Level 0 had plenty of space. Didn't use changing places toilet, but it is listed on the website as also on Level 0.
Didn't really interact with staff, so can't comment on this.