getting here, entrance, ticket sales, cloakroom

The Museum’s second location, the “House of Esther”, located on Krakowska Street 46, has not been adjusted to fit the needs of visitors with physical disabilities. The closest tram stop is less than 80 metres from the House of Esther’s entrance. There is a 13-cm high threshold at the entrance. Once you get through the main door, there is a second glass door. The distance between both doors is about a half metre. Right behind the glass door, to the left, you will see the help desk where you can also buy tickets. The Museum’s staff are trained to assist visitors with disabilities. If needed, they will help you enter the building. The cloakroom and restroom are located behind the help desk – the former to the right and the latter to the left. Unfortunately, the toilet is not wheelchair-accessible. The House of Esther houses temporary exhibitions displayed in the building’s basement with steep stairs. Unfortunately, the building does not have an elevator. It is a historical site from the 14th century. We are now in the process of getting funds for an external elevator which would provide access to all floors and the basement.