Good to know if you have a disability
With a few exceptions, Astrid Lindgren’s Näs is adapted for wheelchair users and the disabled. Our gardens and the walkway from our parking lot to the entrance are equipped with stone flour walkways. The exhibitions, the shop and the restaurant are adapted and there are marked disabled spaces in the car park. The childhood home of Astrid Lindgren and the building called Boa with the old granary is privately owned by the Lindgren Family and not adapted for the disabled. You cannot bring a wheelchair inside.
Disabled guests pay the regular admission ticket. Admission is free for a accompanying personal carer/assistant. Our main entrance is wheelchair accessible.
If you have a disability that requires the need for a companion or personal carer, the carer/ comapanion gets free admission on presentation of a personal carer certificate. The companion must be at least 16 years old and must be able to prove with a certificate that he or she works as a companion. A parent of a child with a disability is not entitled to free admission unless the parent is employed as the personal carer and can show a personal carer certificate. If you visit us without a certified companion, but have a certificate that you need extra help with activities similar to museum visits, we can give free admission to a relative or companion without a personal companion certificate. We approve certificates from health care, the municipality, schools and assistance companies.
Please contact the reception for more information at email@example.com .If you have more than one companion/ carer, they pay the regular admission ticket, unless you can prove the need for more than one companion through a certificate.
Please note that the childhood home and the building called Boa are privately owned and not for the disabled.
About 100 meters from the entrance is our parking with marked disabled spaces. The walkway from our parking lot to the entrance is provided with stone flour.
Disabled toilets are available in the entrance building and in the Rectory.
The disabled toilet in the main entrance is equipped with a changing table.
Guide dogs, service and signal dogs are welcome in all areas of our business. All dogs must be kept on a leash throughout the visit. In several places around the gardens, we have exhibited water bowls. The childhood home and the building called Boa is privately owned and not adapted for guide dogs and the disabled. For visits to our restaurant and outdoor cafes with a guide dog, please contact the staff in the restaurant.