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Accessibility

The KBF is an institution open to all audiences. We make every effort to adapt the spaces of the buildings we manage and the events we organise to the needs of people with disabilities. You will find detailed information on our event websites.

In case of special needs or additional questions –feel free to call or send your queries our way.

Accessibility Coordinator
Barbara Zając
mail: barbara.zajac@kbf.krakow.pl
phone: +48 604 483 402 or +48 12 354 27 31

 

KBF: PARTNERSHIP FOR ACCESSIBILITY

On 13 November 2019, we signed the “Partnership for Accessibility” at the Ministry of Investment and Development. The signatories of the document are guided by the idea of accessibility and equal treatment, while jointly striving for equalising opportunities and access for all citizens to the physical, social, and cultural environment, as well as to recreation, rest, sports, health care, education, work, transport, information and means of communication. Why us? We are a socially responsible institution, open to the needs of all recipients. We are making every effort to ensure all kinds of amenities to people, who face difficulties accessing culture and do our best to achieve full accessibility of our events. We also make sure that during our events, there rea designated areas for seniors, people with disabilities and parents with children.

KBF: A SENIOR-FRIENDLY PLACE

On 5 December 2019, the KBF received the Senior Friendly Place award from Mayor Andrzej Kulig. The certificate is granted for three years (2020-2022).
The initiative launched by the Małopolska Region Local Government and the City of Krakow aims at distinguishing senior-friendly places, as well as promoting the activities of institutions and organisations offering products, services and discounts with seniors in mind, while providing services and architecture tailored to the needs of the elderly.

 

Enjoy culture at a discount!

*Discount tickets -30% – retirees, pensioners, persons with a disability certificate, students under 26 years of age, students of primary schools, high schools, and technical schools with a valid student ID

*Krakow Family Card with a Child with Disabilities -70% (discount calculated based on the price of a standard ticket); the card is checked during purchase;

Discounts can be used when purchasing tickets at of 8 InfoKraków information points:

  • Szpitalna 25
  • Józefa 7
  • św. Jana 2
  • Wyspiański Pavilion (Plac Wszystkich Świętych 2)
  • ICE Kraków (Marii Konopnickiej 17)
  • Cloth Hall (Rynek Główny 1/3)
  • Powiśle 11 (Powiśle 11)
  • Zgody 7 (os. Zgody 7)

 

KBF: ARCHITECTURAL ACCESSIBILITY

Wygrana 2
Access: a car park can be made available for use (please call in advance, phone: +48 12 354 25 00); also accessible by public transit – stops: Rondo Grunwaldzkie, Centrum Kongresowe ICE Kraków, Osiedle Podwawelskie (terminal)
Entrance to the building: threshold in front of the entrance, you may use the intercom and ask for assistance.
The reception desk is located opposite the entrance to the building.
Toilet is not accessible for wheelchair users.
There is no possibility of using the services of a sign language interpreter on site or online. There is no induction loop. Blind persons may move inside the building in the presence of a guide dog.

ICE Kraków Congress Centre: information on building accessibility is available HERE  in the Accessibility Information tab.

Wyspiański Pavilion (Plac Wszystkich Świętych 2)
Access: Car park at Plac Wszystkich Świętych 5 (entrance only from Poselska Street) next to the Franciscan monastery
Price: 80 PLN/day or 8 PLN/hour
The car park is open from Monday to Saturday, from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. On Sunday, it is open from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Public transit: Plac Wszystkich Świętych stop, approx. 100 metres away from the building.
Entrance from Grodzka Street: no thresholds, wide door.
Entrance from Plac Wszystkich Świętych: steps, no wheelchair ramp available.
The building has an elevator. Toilet available for people with physical disabilities on the ground floor of the building. Toilet on the first floor (next to the conference room) is not available for wheelchair users.
There is no possibility of using the services of a sign language interpreter on site or online. There is no induction loop. Blind persons may move inside the building in the presence of a guide dog.

Powiśle 11
The building is adapted to the needs of people with disabilities. Toilets (paid) outside the building are adapted to the needs of people with disabilities – they have markings and wide entrance doors. PLEASE NOTE! To get to the building itself, steep stairs must be climbed. Persons in wheelchairs can use a ramp.
Blind persons may move inside the building in the presence of a guide dog.

Information about individual festival/event venues can be found on the relevant event websites.

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