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Eye's entire building is accessible to people in wheelchairs or with any other restriction. The elevator to get to the reception desk is located right next to the staircase of the main entrance.

All floors of Eye are accessible by lift. In Eye's cinemas, there are always two places reserved for wheelchairs. In Cinema 2 and 3 these places are located at the back of the screening room and in Cinema 1 and 4 these places are in front of the room (first row). Pre-booking is not necessary, but it is appreciated if you will notify us of your visit via


Dogs are allowed in the Eye Bar Restaurant/arena, but not in the Panorama, the exhibition space or the cinemas. Dogs must always be on a leash and supervised. Guide dogs are of course welcome everywhere.

Disabled parking places

There are two disabled parking spaces in the A'DAM Tower car park. We advise you to take the A'DAM Tower exit when leaving the car park, which has a wheelchair-friendly automatic outside door.

Wheelchair and walker available

You can arrange for a wheelchair or walker in advance at the Eye front desk: please mail us at, mentioning the time and date you wish to visit.

Eye in sign language

Eye wants to be accessible to as many people as possible. On request, guided tours can be given in International Sign (IS). More information about guided tours in sign language can be found on the guided tours page.

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Hearing loops

We have hearing loops in our rooms, please ask our colleagues at the desk.

Audio code script and subtitles via Earcatch and Subcatch (in Dutch)

The Earcatch app offers audio description for (premiere) films. If Earcatch offers audio description for a film, it is stated on the film page.
What you don't hear is subtitled via the Subcatch app. If a film is available on the Subcatch app, it will be stated on the film page.