Listed below are accessibility facilities. If you need further information or assistance, please ask at the Information Counter on the 1st floor.
In front of the South Entrance on the 1st floor, there is a designated free parking area exclusively for holders of a Physical Disability Handbook, a Designated Medical Expenses Recipient Certificate or other relevant public certificates.
Alternatively, free parking is available to holders of such certificates or their drivers who have parked their car in the Fukuoka Art Museum Parking Lot if the holders show their certificate at the Information Counter.
For more parking information, click here.
Visitors with disabilities can bring their guide dog, service dog or hearing dog into the Museum.
All entrances have a ramp.
If you need assistance, call staff on the intercom located at the South/Ohori Park Entrance on the 1st floor.
Free Wheelchair Rental
Wheelchairs are available for free. If you wish to use one, ask at the Information Counter on the 1st floor.
There is one elevator for visitors (location: 1st floor: next to the Information Counter; 2nd floor: next to the restaurant, dimensions: 1.6 m in width, 1.5 m in depth and 2.3 m in height).
Multi-purpose Toilet are located behind the Information Counter on the 1st floor and behind the Ticket Counter on the 2nd floor. Accessible facilities are as listed below.
|Behind the Information Counter on the 1st floor||Slop sink for ostomates, retractable multi-purpose bed, L-shaped grab bar, flip-up handrail, mat for changing clothes, baby chair|
|Behind the Ticket Counter on the 2nd floor (front)||Slop sink for ostomates, L-shaped grab bar, flip-up handrail, baby chair, diaper-changing station|
|Behind the Ticket Counter on the 2nd floor (back)||Retractable multi-purpose bed, L-shaped grab bar, flip-up handrail|
Baby Stroller for Free Use
Baby strollers are available for free use. Ask at the Information Counter on the 1st floor.
Play Space “Seeds of Life”
We have a play space called “Seeds of Life,” where small children can enjoy themselves. It was created by the artist Ohgi Kanae. In this space, children can play with artworks featuring paintings and sculptures housed by the museum.
For more information about this play space, click here.
Two nursing rooms (one for women only and the other for men and women) are located in the play space.
You can change diapers in all restrooms in the museum.
Restroom Stall with Baby Chair
All restrooms in the museum have some stalls with baby chairs.