It goes without saying that we want everyone to be able to visit Junibacken and have fun here. This is why we continuously strive to try to improve and adapt the experience for all our visitors.
Can I take the Storybook Train if I use a wheelchair?
Yes, you can, but to meet evacuation requirements we can only allow one wheelchair user at a time to take the Storybook Train. This applies irrespective of whether you take the train sitting in your wheelchair or otherwise. The train journey takes approximately 15 mins.
How is Junibacken adapted for wheelchair users generally?
We obviously have disabled access toilets and lifts that are adapted for wheelchair users to make their way between different floors. Our play exhibitions have a number of settings that are adapted for wheelchair users. The area in front of the little stage on the upper floor has plenty of space for wheelchairs. It’s a little more cramped in front of the theatre stage on the lower floor, but our staff will be pleased to sort out a place for you. If you notify the staff at the entrance desk when you arrive, we’ll be pleased to help.
How is Junibacken adapted for other disability challenges?
Junibacken is accredited as providing good disabled access by “Tourism for everyone”, an organisation that provides people with disability with detailed information about travel and tourist destinations across the whole of Europe.