How to get there
The Groninger Museum is easily reached by public transport, car and taxi. The museum is opposite Groningen’s main station, about 300 metres away. The station is served by buses and trains.
To get to the museum from the station, cross Stationsweg via the zebra crossing. The crossing has traffic lights with an audible signal. After you cross, turn left and take the ramp to the cycle path.
The closest taxi rank is on Ubbo Emmiussingel, at the sharp bend in the road near the museum. From here, follow the road for a short distance and then the shared cycle/pedestrian path . The museum entrance is approximately 100 metres from the taxi rank. There is another taxi rank at the Groningen main station, approximately 150 metres from the museum.
To get to the museum from Ubbo Emmiussingel or Stationsweg, take the public cycle/pedestrian path , which has a slope at each end with a 5% gradient.
There is disabled parking on Ubbo Emmiussingel on either side of the museum entrance. Be careful when getting out, as the parking spaces are fairly small and located on a public road. The museum entrance is approximately 100 metres from the parking spaces.
Accessibility in the museum
Entrance hall and galleries
The ticket desk in the entrance hall has a payment terminal with a long cord.
Access to the galleries is good. Our employees will be happy to help you. To get to the galleries, take the lift down from the entrance hall.
Need assistance? Ring a staff member on +31 (0)50 3 666 523.
Borrow a wheelchair or rollator
The museum has a wheelchair with hand rims and rollators available to borrow. Book one in advance by ringing us on +31 (0)50 3 666 523 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The museum has three lifts: one between the entrance halls, one in the west wing, and one in the east wing. The lifts are accessible for wheelchairs, rollators and small mobility scooters. If you have a larger mobility scooter, ring a staff member for assistance on +31 (0)50 3 666 523.
There is a disabled toilet on level -1, in the downstairs hall near the cloakroom.
Food and drink
Access to the MendiniRestaurant is good. The restaurant does not have a disabled toilet.
The museum shop is reasonably accessible for rollators and wheelchairs.
There is no step-free access to the emergency exits. In case of emergency, museum staff will assist you. An evacuation chair is present in the building.