'At Malmö Castle you can see everything from the Nordic region´s oldest surviving Renaissance castle to a real submarine, a new aquarium and fantastic vehicles. The museum´s permanent exhibitions focus on history, natural history, technology and seafaring. There are also about a dozen temporary exhibitions every year.'
I rolled myself there in a lovely afternoon, The castle looked pretty cool from the outside, it was surrounded by water and it still had a medieval feeling to it. That's why I didn't expect much when it comes to accessibility. The castle is pretty old (it is actually the oldest preserved Renaissance castle in the Nordic region) and far back in time there was no accessibility laws or even wheelchairs. Well, I was wrong.
The Malmö Art Museum (Malmö Konstmuseum), and City Museum (Stadsmuseum) are both located inside Malmo Castle and they are more or less 80% wheelchair Accessible.
They have automatic doors, step free entrance, disabled friendly toilet and elevators to take you to the different exhibitions. Staff is friendly & helpful.
There is also café located inside the walls next to the museum. A nice piece of Swedish culinary history itself as well as a really relaxing terrace where you can enjoy a brew and some pastries. Or a pastry and some brews. You choose.
+46 40 34 44 00 Malmöhusvägen 6, 211 18 Malmö, Sweden
If you are a wheelchair user in Malmo, this is a pretty good choice for a afternoon out.
Enjoy it folks and have a good time X