Access

During several decades Grimeton Radio Station was a closed site and people were informed to keep out. Luckily time has changed!

 

Today we are committed to making this heritage site as accessible as possible, for all. Below is useful access information before your visit to the site.
We welcome your thoughts and for improvement on the constant progress of fulfilling the ambition that the Radio Stations indoor and outdoor environment should both give access and be sustainable for the future. On site, please do contact the staff for assist if you experiencing any problems during your visit. We are more than happy to help!

Walkways
The public buildings are linked by paved walkways.

Parking
Parking is located by the Visitor Center, and a drop off zone located outside its entrance. The graveled parking has two designated accessibility spots and a few spots for busses and campervans.

Accessible Toilets
Accessible toilets including baby changing facilities are located in the Visitor Centre and in Radio Stations main building.

Hard of hearing
Guides carry a sound enhancement system with speakers throughout the guided tour. Available for the guided tour is also a portable induction loop.

Visually Impaired
An adapted guided tour with includes ”hands on”f ocus of some objects related to the radio station can be booked. Please not, only pre-booking on these tours.

Fier alarm
Placed in public buildings. Assembly pint for evacuation is marked.

Animals
Guide dogs and registered assistance dogs are welcome inside and throughout the property. Other animal is limited to the outdoor green areas of the site.

Carers
Disabled visitors are entitled to bring an accompanying carer free of charge. Complimentary tickets for adult carers can only be obtained on the day of your visit.

Stairs/elevator
The main public buildings have a ground floor access without stairs.

Food & picnic
Brought food may be enjoyed as picnic out door.

Safety

World Heritage Grimeton is a living heritage and activity and maintenance work may be carried out around the clock. To ensure safety for all, it is of importance for visitor at the site to take notice of and respect information signs and restrictions.