- Meeting and payment
- Collapsible Stools and Wheelchairs
- Restrooms and Refreshments
- Camera and cellphone usage
- Digital Devices
- Age of Empires – statue of the Pharaoh
- Chanukah, Hellenism and the Jews – statue of Athena Parthenos
Collapsible Stools and Wheelchairs
Unlike the painting galleries, in which artwork is displayed on the wall, our tours are in the archaeological galleries which take up considerable floor space. This results in very little place for benches, and there is little room for sitting in most galleries.
But don’t worry, we have a solution!
Collapsible stools, as well as wheelchairs, are available to clients with special accessibility requirements. However, these needs to be picked up on the ground floor, which is very much out of the way, and would take up considerable time.
If you would like a collapsible stool, or need a wheelchair arrangement, please contact me in advance to let me make the proper arrangements. Wheelchairs, in general, enter on the street level entrance, AKA 81st Street entrance. From there, there is an elevator to the first floor, and if you are part of a group, you may request a special pass so you can get to the group without paying admission.
Restrooms and Refreshments
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