Museum Willet-Holthuysen is located on the Herengracht in Amsterdam. The Amsterdam canal belt is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. This historic building has numerous flights of stairs but no lift, making it unfortunately inaccessible to people in wheelchairs or on mobility scooters. We are currently investigating ways of modifying Museum Willet-Holthuysen to make it more accessible to everyone
Personalised guided tours
If (for whatever reason) you are unable to join the regular groups of visitors and would prefer a guided tour with more time, space or help, please contact our Bookings department to discuss other options: firstname.lastname@example.org or + 31(0)20 5231 730 (Mon–Fri 13.00–17.00).
Chaperones are admitted to the museum free of charge.
Registered guide dogs are allowed into the museum. Pets will not be admitted.
There are no special toilet facilities for the disabled.
Deaf visitors and the hard of hearing
A audio guide is included in the entrance fee. Deaf or hard of hearing visitors can download the audio text here.
- Download Audio guide Museum Willet - Holthuysen (English)