Yes, almost all paradoxes and exhibits are available.
Are you coming with a wheelchair?
Sergelgatan 20 or Sveavägen 17 is our address, unfortunately there is no public lift here. In order to get down to the subway level where the museum is located, our staff needs to know about it in advance in order to be able to offer a lift down to the subway level. They will then come and meet you. When you buy your tickets, there is a specific box to tick for this.
RWC is located inside the museum.
Guide and signal dogs as well as assistance dogs with working vests are welcome at the museum. We need to know about this in advance so that we can plan the visit in the best way. Companions join free of charge (show companion certificate).
Parent of a child with an NPF diagnosis or with a self-diagnosis?
Generally speaking, weekends are the time when we welcome the most visitors, so we recommend coming on a weekday afternoon or evening if you, as a visitor, want it to be quieter in the museum.
We also have guides with npf competence.
For people with npf or hearing loss, there is the possibility to adapt the visit by turning off music and sound effects. This is something that you can report at the entrance before the start of the visit.
Important to know is that the Paradox Museum is an interactive museum and we have paradoxes that spin, have flashing lights, lots of colors in the exhibits and sounds from visiting guests.
Please contact our staff for more information or assistance.