Attention: From Monday 4 January 2021 the lift in St. Peter's Abbey is temporarily out of use due to maintenance. Wheelchair users are therefore unable to go upstairs and can therefore temporarily not visit the exhibition 'Heeren, vertrekt! We apologise for any inconvenience.
St. Peter’s Abbey has a wheelchair accessible entrance in the front of the building and a lift. As a result, wheelchair users can freely visit all the abbey’s exhibition spaces and the highest section of St. Peter’s Church.
A wheelchair and adapted toilets are available onsite.
You can easily access Pietersbar with a wheelchair.
St. Peter’s Abbey welcomes assistance dogs.
European Disability Card
Historische Huizen Gent is a partner of the European Disability Card project.
This card entitles you to free admission for the person accompanying you.
Underground car park in Sint-Pietersplein
There are several adapted parking spaces and a lift in the car park under Sint-Pietersplein.
Attention: from Friday night March 13th until April 5th 2020, the entrance and exit on the side of the 'Kunstlaan' are closed because of the fairground. Entry and exit will only be possible via 'Kantienberg' during this period.
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