The Museum of Contemporary Tibetan Art is accessible to anyone who is curious of Tibet its history and present.
We seek to provide accessibility for visitors with disabilities and promote equal access and inclusion.
Please read our code of diversity and inclusion.
Information is written in an accessible way. It is readable and available through different channels. For example, the Museum offers optional Audio Tour.
Museum Audio Tour offers recorded narration in Dutch, English and German, via a tablet with headphones, with narration and behind-the-scenes stories of all the artworks and museum objects, giving our visitors the flexibility to experience an exhibition in their own way, at their own pace, following their own route. For hearing impaired visitors, a written Audio Tour is available in the above 3 languages.
The Museum is welcoming, regularly organising various activities such as meditations, workshops or painting sessions.
Information is easy to find online and on the mocta.org website Our site is user-friendly in form, layout and languages.
We are a museum on the ground floor of the building and access by wheelchair / scooter is easy. You can enter through the main entrance. This is an entrance on the ground floor of the building. The entire museum is at ground level.
Baby changing facility:
We offer a baby changing facility.
Good description and explanations in Dutch and English alongside all Artworks and objects from our collection.
Borrowing a wheelchair:
You can borrow an unmechanised wheelchair at reception.
Lighting and temperature:
Our museum has natural, bright light, as the ceiling or roof in some parts of the museum are made of glass allowing light to pass through.
There are some seats at selected points in the museum and gallery space.
Wheelchair-accessible toilets are available in the museum. A manual wheelchair can be borrowed from reception.
Visitors who arrive by car, can park in paid parking places with disables parking spaces which are available in the vicinity of the museum.
If you come by car you might meet a bit of difficulty on parking as local market bazaars take place often. Here are some recommendations on when to park:
This parking place photo is at the beginning of Sterrenkamp street. You may also park in the museum house small yard of Sterrenkamp 7 (usually used by our museum staff).
The museum has an emergency or contingency plan such as actions in case of fire. In the event of an emergency, always follow the instructions of security. Evacuation of disabled people is also included in our emergency plan.
Guide dogs / assistance dogs:
Blind guide dogs are allowed and should be kept with you at all times.
Food and drink:
You can enjoy a freshly ground coffee or a hot chocolate or an organic tea in the Museum and sit next to our cosy library where you can read about Tibet and its culture and have a view of the beautiful landscape of Rensenpark. Taste our fresh cut coffee and our organic selection of teas with snacks, all at a symbolic price
The museum is open from Wednesday to Sunday from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm. Groups are welcome in our museum. Please arrange an appointment.
You can pay cash or use your card in our museum
|Adults p.p.||€ 7.50|
|Students p.p. *student card required||€ 5.00|
|Friends of MOCTA||Free|
|Children up to 12 years||Free|
|Groups (from 7 and up) p.p.||€ 5.00|