Since obtaining its Tourism and Disability accreditation in 2011, the Beer Museum has been committed to a policy of accessibility for all.

Plus points

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Easy parking

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Locker room

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Permission to take pictures without a flash

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Dogs permitted if kept on a lead

LEARNING
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Accessibility

The entire museum tour is suitable for people with reduced mobility.

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Sign language

The tour features a series of videos in sign language.

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Braille

Texts are translated into braille and several brewing machines are reproduced in relief on special plaques.

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Adapted workshops

Specially adapted guided tours and workshops are available for people with mental disabilities.

TASTING
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Tasting

After immersing yourself in brewing culture in our themed rooms, you’ll never drink beer in quite the same way again! Luckily, the Museum’s Tavern has a range of over 70 beers to be enjoyed – in moderation, obviously!

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Light snacks

We also have a selection of tasty local food to go with your beer, including Orval beer cheese, Stenay madeleines, and beer sausage from the Baston butcher’s.

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Shop

Take away a taste of your visit with a few of our superb gift boxes or souvenirs, perfect for friends and family.