It is a very hilly area. The paths are suitable for wheelchair users, however, be careful when it goes downhill.
There is a ramp for wheelchairs (concrete with handrail) at the entrance (reception), and another ramp to the maze area.
The distance to the entrance/reception from the parking area is about 30 meters. It is possible to drive up to the entrance to get in and out of the car, but not to park.
Indoors, you can see and try everything on the tables; it is all at ground floor level.
There is a toilet for disabled persons.
Information for Wheelchair Users:
Here you can see which labyrinths / mazes are suitable for wheelchair users and which are not:
The 3D Maze: Not suitable/Suitable. Depends on the kind of wheelchair; and the weather. (Some parts have loose bedding, stairways and bridges).
The Water Maze: Suitable. (Paved).
The Colour Maze: Suitable.
The Balance Maze: Not suitable (narrow wooden-beams).
The Mini Labyrinth: Not suitable (loose bedding, narrow paths).
The Trojaborg Labyrinth: Suitable (but it can be difficult to get around the some of the turns).
The Chartres Labyrinth: Maybe suitable (depends on the weather - can be a bit wet).