Facilities

CORPUS wants all its visitors to have an unforgettable and safe day out. We therefore strive to make the attraction accessible to as many people as possible. To make your visit as pleasant as possible, we have several facilities. Discover all the facilities for visitors with a disability and plan your visit!

Visitors with disabilities

Due to the 1.5 metre distance, the 'journey through the human body' is unfortunately currently not accessible to people using a wheelchair, walker or mobility scooter. We apologise for any inconvenience.

CORPUS is suitable to a limited extent for people with a visual or hearing impairment.

In all the following cases, please do not book your ticket online, but book it by telephone via the reservations department: 071 75 10 200 (option 1).

Visual or auditory impairment?

CORPUS has limited access for people with a visual or hearing impairment. Among other things, CORPUS has a loop system. Whether CORPUS is suitable for you depends on the extent of your disability. We therefore recommend that you call us in advance to discuss whether CORPUS is suitable for you. If you wish to make use of our special facilities, you should reserve this in advance. The use of the induction loop is free of charge, but a deposit of € 25.00 is required.

Would you like to visit CORPUS with a guide or assistance dog?

If you would like to visit CORPUS with a guide dog or assistance dog, we ask you to call the reservations department: 071 75 10 200 (option 1). During part of the 'journey' you will be transported by escalator. CORPUS is familiar with the regulations for the use of escalators by assistance dogs. Where necessary, you will be accompanied by a hostess.

Do you want to visit CORPUS with a walker, or do you have trouble walking?

Rollators can be used inside CORPUS. However, you must make a reservation by telephone in advance and inform us that you are coming with a rollator (walker): reservations department: 071 75 10 200 (option 1). The car park does not have a lift that provides access to the main building. If walking up the stairs is difficult for you because you have difficulty walking, the best thing to do is to drop you off in front of the building at the entrance with the revolving door and side doors. CORPUS has several disabled parking spaces at the side of the building where you can only park with a disabled parking card. If you have difficulty walking and are only coming to CORPUS, please do not park in the car park, but use the disabled parking spaces.

Do you want to visit CORPUS with a wheelchair?

To visit CORPUS with your own wheelchair, your wheelchair must have a maximum width of 75 cm (including handles) and a maximum length of 90 cm (including wheels and footrests). Wheelchairs with footrests for extended legs are not allowed because these wheelchairs cannot make the turn in the 'journey through the human body'. If you would like to visit CORPUS in a wheelchair, you can only make a reservation by telephone with the reservations department: 071 75 10 200. Please state clearly that you would like to borrow a wheelchair from CORPUS.

Points we would like to draw your attention to:

  • A group with a wheelchair attached consists of a maximum of 14 people.
  • For part of the 'journey', you will be transported on a tapis-roulant, which is a type of conveyor belt placed at an angle in CORPUS. Use the brake on your wheelchair.
  • The car park does not have a lift with access to the main building. It is best to be dropped off in front of the building at the entrance/exit door with side doors. On the side of the CORPUS building (outside, between CORPUS and the Hilton Garden Inn hotel) there are several disabled parking spaces, where you can park if you are in possession of a disabled parking card. If you are in a wheelchair and are coming alone to CORPUS, please do not park in the garage but in the disabled parking spaces.
  • In the Heart Theatre, you have to look at the screen from the side, as wheelchairs cannot be positioned here in the viewing direction.

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