Declaration of accessibility
The Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw is committed to ensuring the accessibility of its website pursuant to the Act of 4 April 2019 on the accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities. The declaration of accessibility applies to the website of the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw.
Website publication date: 2013-05-15
Date of most recent website update: 2021-02-16
The website partially complies with the Act of 4 April 2019 on the accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities due to the incompatibilities and exemptions listed below:
• some of the data tables have an incorrect design, which makes it difficult for visually impaired users to read the content of the tables
• some of the links on the website are not highlighted by underlining, and their content is not understandable after being marked with the focus
• some PDF documents are not fully readable by software for blind users
• no indication of foreign language content with the lang tag
Declaration drawn up on: 2022-03-31
The declaration was drawn up on the basis of a self-assessment.
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Feedback and contact details
In case of problems with website accessibility, please contact us. The contact person is Anna Zdzieborska, firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact us by calling +48 577 006 290. Using the same contact details, you can request inaccessible information and request accessibility.
Everyone has the right to request the accessibility of the website, mobile application or any element thereof. It is also possible to request information in alternative forms, such as reading a digitally unavailable document, describing the content of a film without an audio description, etc. The request shall include the identity of the person making the request, an indication of which website or mobile application is involved and how they can be contacted. If the person requests information in an alternative means of access, they should also specify the form of that information. The public entity shall comply with the request without delay and no later than 7 days from the date of the request. If it is not possible to meet this deadline, the public body shall inform the requester without delay when it will be possible to comply with the request, but the deadline shall not be longer than 2 months from the date of the request. If digital accessibility is not possible, the public entity may propose an alternative way to access the information. Where the public entity refuses to comply with a request to provide accessibility or an alternative way to access the information, the requester may file a complaint about provision of digital accessibility of the website, mobile application or an element of the website or mobile application. After exhausting the procedure indicated above, a complaint may also be filed with the Commissioner for Human Rights.
The main exhibition space is located in the Museum on the Vistula at Wybrzeże Kościuszkowskie 22 in Warsaw. The Museum does not have its own car park. The nearest parking spaces designated for people with disabilities are located in the paid parking zone along Wybrzeże Kościuszkowskie street. The building is accessible for wheelchair and pram users. All spaces are located on the ground floor level and are connected by wide passageways. Toilets are located in the café and are adapted for wheelchair users and provided with baby changing facilities. The entrance to the Museum is from the side of "Cubryny" Square and the Copernicus Science Centre. The reception desk is equipped with an induction loop. An online Polish Sign Language interpreting service is available at designated times. All spaces may be entered with a guide or assistance dog. More practical information that can help you prepare for your visit to the Museum can be found in the tabs:
Mobility impaired visitors
Visually impaired visitors
Hearing impaired visitors
People on the autism spectrum
The Museum's headquarters is located at Pańska 3 street in Warsaw. It contains office space and an auditorium where the Department of Presence public programme is implemented. Visitor spaces and toilets are located on the ground floor and are accessible for people using wheelchairs or with a pram. The office space is partially accessible for people with mobility impairments. Offices on the first floor can only be accessed by stairs. The entrance to the Museum is located in the passageway running between Pańska and Śliska streets. The online Polish Sign Language interpreting service is available at the reception desk, located opposite the entrance. All spaces can be entered with dogs.
More practical information about the Museum on Pańska street can be found in the tabs:
Mobility impaired visitors
Visually impaired visitors
People with hearing disabilities
The museum owns the Oskar and Sophie Hansen House in Szumin. The house can be visited during organised tours. At present, the space is not accessible for wheelchair and pram users. The entrance is preceded by stairs and the doors are equipped with thresholds. The rooms are connected by narrow passageways and the first floor is only accessible by stairs. The house is currently undergoing restoration, as part of which the Museum is working to make it as accessible as possible to visitors with a variety of needs. The house can be visited with a guide or assistance dog.
During the summer season, the Museum operates in the Bródno Sculpture Park. There is a wheelchair accessible toilet in the Park. The sculptures are located along wide asphalt or paved alleys. Admission to the Park is non-ticketed and entirely accessible to animals.
The Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw is in the process of building new premises on plac Defilad. Every effort is being made to make it suitable for the diverse needs of the public.