Accessibility

The Dom Tower is for everyone

Read more about the accessibility of the Dom Tower

Persons with reduced mobility

Thanks to the temporary visitors lift, the Dom Tower is now accessible to persons with reduced mobility. The Utrecht Tourist Information Centre is also wheelchair accessible and just 100 metres from the tower and the bus line 2 stop (U-OV line Museumkwartier).

Service dogs

Service dogs are welcome. Please inform us in advance when visiting with a service dog.

Blind and visually impaired persons

Blind and visually impaired persons can climb the tower with a companion, who can enter free of charge. We request advance notification and have placed information signs at the top of the tower providing descriptions of the view in braille.

Hard of hearing

Persons who are hard of hearing can climb the tower with a sign interpreter, who can enter free of charge. We do, however, request advance notification. We also provide an information page in Dutch that can be read while the guide narrates.

Facilities

Restrooms are located on the ground floor of the Dom Tower reception building. There is no toilet for persons with reduced mobility.

If you have any questions regarding accessibility, require further information or want to make a request concerning your visit, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

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