CERN’s efforts to make visits accessible to all are ongoing. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or special requirements.
|Guide dogs for the visually impaired are welcome.|
|Hearing loops are available at all reception desks and in the conference room used for guided tours.|
|Out exhibition is wheelchair-accessible.
A wheelchair is available at the Reception if required.
|Folding seats are available (ask the guard in the Universe of Particles).|
|Some visit points on guided tours are not accessible to all visitors (people with reduced mobility, wearers of medical implants or pacemakers, people above or below a certain age, pregnant women, etc.).
Individuals: ATLAS Visitors Centre is currently not accessible to reduced mobility persons due to works. Synchrocylotron is fully accessible.
Groups: after your visit request has been accepted, please make sure when providing visitor details that you tell us about any accessibility requirements of the members of your party. We will endeavour to accommodate your needs and suggest the most appropriate tour for you.
A wheelchair is available at Reception if required.
|A hearing loop is available on the front rows of the seating in the Globe of Science and Innovation.
Don’t hesitate to ask our technicians for help.
|The Globe and most CERN public events are accessible to persons with reduced mobility.|