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Does the Southern Branch of the National Palace Museum provide accessible services?


To build a friendly accessible services environment, the Southern Branch of the National Palace Museum has installed accessible services in its design of infrastructure, facilities, and visiting services. For instance we have ample disabled parking, wheelchair ramps, accessible service elevators, accessible service restrooms, directional bricks and guidance tactile paving. If your vehicle contains a physically challenged person, we will guide you to the south or north entrance which are the closest to the exhibition hall to reduce your distance and walk time. The Visitor Center, provides wheelchair and stroller rentals free of charge, also offers parasol rentals free of charge as the sun is stronger and the days longer in Taiwan’s south. In brief, we hope our comprehensive and friendly accessible services exemplify the museum’s conviction in upholding the equal right for arts and culture.