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Disabled visitors and their carers can visit Sapieha Palace free of charge.




Our building is fully accessible for visitors with reduced mobility. For wheelchair access, please use the level-access entrance on the east side of the building. For more information on how to access the building, please click here [pdf].


Site maps are available here [pdf].




We are able to offer a free assistant service for visits to the palace by prior arrangement. The assistant will help you to find your way around the palace and describe the exhibition objects. 


There are two entrances to the palace – the west entrance (facing Sapieha Park) and the east entrance (on the other side of the building). Please note, the western entrance is reached by a staircase (approx. 10 steps) with a handrail. The doorway is located in the middle of the west facade.


Once inside the building, the reception desk will be located in a room to the left. It is a grey rectangular concrete table, several metres long. The staff behind the desk will be there to assist you and answer any questions you may have. 


Large print guides are available at the ticket desk with information about the current exhibitions and history of the palace. 


Historical tours for blind and partially sighted visitors can be booked by contacting or calling +370 600 63833. 


We strive to make Sapieha Palace accessible to all. If you have any suggestions for how we can improve the visitor experience, please contact us:, tel. +370 600 63833

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