The exhibition in the Polarcenter is divided into two floors that can be reached by stairs or elevator.
Next to the reception there is a cloakroom with storage cupboards. There are also toilets here, one of which is a toilet adapted for people with a mobility impairement. Nursing room can be found upstairs, next to Gränna library.
To avoid stairs, you can park in the town square and enter via the entrance there. Keep in mind that the town square has a steep incline and is paved with cobblestones. Another option is to briefly stop at Bergsgatan and enter through that entrance. From there you take the elevator down one floor to the museum.
In Franckska gården, where we have our local history exhibitions, there are ramps to get over high thresholds with, for example, a wheelchair. However, the building itself is quite cramped and the rooms are small. This is because the building is from the 17th century.
On Grännaberget at the Open-Air museum, it is possible to drive right up to the front and park for those who need to park close by.
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