Wheelchair seats are available for purchase online or at the festival box offices to all accessible theatres. Free tickets for personal assistants can be requested at our online shop or by visiting the box offices. Please note that if a screening is sold out, seats for personal assistants are not guaranteed.

Content warnings

We use content warnings in our films. They are intended to give the viewer advance warning of potentially disturbing content or imagery. We also mention any strobe lights in the content warnings.

Accessibility to venues:

Venue specific information is collected with  help of Riesa. See the pictures here.

Bio Rex

Entrance

Bio Rex’s main entrance does not provide an accessible entrance. However, there is an accessible entrance on the other side of the building in Lasipalatsi square. The entrance is located on the ground floorin the address ”Lasipalatsin aukio, Helsinki”. The accessible entrance reads ”Amos Rex” on the door. The entrance is available during the opening hours of the museum. In other times, at the entrance there is a staff phone number you can call, in case you need to use the accessible entrance. The accessible entrance has an electrical door opening mechanism. The switch to operate the doors is located on the left side of the door on the wall. There is a change in elevation, which can make the use of the switch difficult. (picture 1, see pictures attached) There is a shelter in front of the entrance, which you can use to wait for transportation.

Navigating Indoors

The accessible entrance leads to the Amos Rex museum lobby and gift shop, located on the first floor. The Bio Rex foyer and auditorium are located on the second floor, which can be accessed using the elevators in the museum gift shop. These are found at the end of the hallway to the right. When arriving to the second floor, the foyer leading to the auditorium is located on the left. The entrance to the foyer has a doorstep that is 2,5 centimetres high. The entrances to the auditorium are located at both ends of the foyer. The auditorium has space for 4 wheelchairs. These spaces are located on the platform near both entrances, so there are two wheelchair spaces in total per platform. The theatre does not have an induction loop.

Accessible toilets

The visitors may use the accessible toilets of the museum during its opening hours. To get to the accessible toilets, you need to use an elevator. The toilets are in the lobby of the museum’s exhibition room located on the first floor. Upon arriving to the lobby the accessible toilets are located on the farmost side on the right, past the cloakroom. The toilet doors are not electrically operated, but they are light and easy to use. The accessible toilets have 80 centimetres of space on both sides of the toilet seat. There is also space on the back of the seat for assistance (Picture no.3). The toilet doors have horizontal pullers. t At other times an accessible toilet can be found in Lasipalatsi restaurant, located on the same floor as the foyer and the auditorium. This can be accessed using a ramp leading to the restaurant. The accessible toilets here are located on the right side of the stairway landing. The doors here are not electrically operated but are light and easy to use. The toilet has 80 centimetres of space to move around on the both sides of the seat. There is no space for assistance on the back of the seat. (See picture no.4).

*Bio Rex’s cinema hall and festival centre can also be accessed via Restaurant Lasipalatsi (Mannerheimintie 22-24) at the following times:
Mon-Tues 10.45-22.45
Wed-Fri 10.45-23
Sat 11-23
Sun 11-18

In this case, you can access the Bio Rex premises via the elevator of the Restaurant Lasipalatsi (more detailed accessibility information will be updated).

Savoy teatteri

Entrance

The main entrance of Savoy Theatre is accessible. It’s address is Kasarmikatu 46, Helsinki The entrance isn’t at street level. The accessible route is on the left side of the stairs, where you can find a short ramp. The ramp does not have hand railings, and is steeper than the recommended inclination. (see picture no.1) There is a shelter in front of the entrance, which you can use to wait for transportation. The accessible entrance is not electrically operated, and is heavy to open.

Navigating Indoors

The accessible entrance leads to the first floor lobby of Savoy Theatre. The auditorium in Savoy Theatre is located on the second floor. The accessible entrance to the auditorium is opposite to the entrance, using a ramp. The ramp is steeper than the regulated recommendations

 (see picture no.2). If needed, the staff can assist with opening the door at the end of the ramp. The auditorium has two wheelchair spaces located on the same side as the entrance at the ends of rows 5 and 6 (see picture no.3). There is and induction loop in the auditorium, but no coverage mapping. The cloak room is located on the left side of the lobby (see picture no.4)

Accessible toilets

Savoy Theatre’s accessible toilets can be found to the left from the entrance, on the opposite side of the cloak room. The toilet door is not electrically operated, but is easy to use. The toilet has 80 centimetres of space to move around on the both sides of the seat. There is no space for assistance on the back of the seat. (See picture no.5). The toilet has 80 centimetres of space to move around on the both sides of the seat. There is no space for assistance on the back of the seat. (See picture no.4). 

Cinema Orion  

Entrance

There are stairs in the main entrance of Cinema Orion – a more accessible entrance is through staircase D, which is on the right side of the main entrance looking from the street. The door of the staircase is locked and a staff member will open it upon request. There is a step in the entrance, which is 7 cm in height on the left side and 5 cm on the right (picture 1). The entrance door doesn’t have an electronic opening system and it is heavy to use. 

Cinema Orion wishes that they are notified in advance to the ticket office info@cinemaorion.fi, when arriving with an assistive device, so they can reserve enough staff to ensure fluent service.

Interior spaces and routes 

From the entrance door D you arrive in a staircase at the end of which there is a passage to the movie theatre. The accessible route to the movie theatre is possible with the help of a movable ramp. The ramp is 70 cm wide. The ramp does not meet accessibility recommendations and is steeper than recommended (picture 2), and it is not safe to use without assistance. The wheelchair accessible places are right in front when arriving at the theatre. The route to the wheelchair places is via movable ramp. The ramp is 72 cm wide. The ramp is steeper than the accessibility recommendations require (picture 3).

There are two wheelchair places located at the back of the movie theatre (picture 4). 

There is no induction loop in the movie theatre.

The ticket- and other services of Cinema Orion are located in the main lobby, which has no accessible entrance. The service point has no induction loop.

Accessible toilet 

There is no accessible toilet in Cinema Orion.

Finnkino Itis 2

Itäkatu 1-7, 00930 Helsinki

1 wheelchair seat.

Theatre is wheelchair accessible.

Finnkino Itis 7

Itäkatu 1-7, 00930 Helsinki

1 wheelchair seat.

Theatre is wheelchair accessible.

Finnkino Itis 8

Itäkatu 1-7, 00930 Helsinki

1 wheelchair seat.

Theatre is wheelchair accessible.

Kino Engel

Entrance

The entrance for Kino Engel is located at Sofiankatu 4. Sofiankatu is covered in cobblestone, but the sidewalk is covered in asphalt. The theatre entrance is shared with Sofia Helsinki. From the street, the door on the right is electrically operated. The door switch is located at an approppriate height at a corner on the right side of the door (see picture no.1). The entrance does not have a doorstep and is even. Escort transportation can stop on the street in front of the entrance.

Navigating Indoors

Past the entrance, head to the elevator located on the right side of the lobby (see picture no.2). The elevator leads to the floor -1, where the ticket counter is located. To use the elevator, a staff member needs to be present. The staff should be contacted beforehand through e-mail or by calling. The staff contact information can be found on the Kino Engel website, under the section ”Meistä”. The ticket counter is 110 centimetres high (see picture no.3) The ancillary services can be easily accessed. The toilet is located on the same floor. Kino Engel has two screening auditoriums, each having their own accessible paths. Auditorium 2 is accessed using the same elevator that is used to access the ticket counter. Auditorium 2 Is located on floor -2. Staff assistance is needed for using the elevator. The auditorium has a space for a single wheelchair, located in the left edge of the first row. (see picture no.4)

The accessible path to Auditorium 1 is on the outside of the theatre, at Sofiankatu 4. (See picture no.4) The detour always requires a staff member to assist with the doors and the elevator. After entering the gateway, there is a small hill on which there is a door to the right. The door is also used to access restaurantVia Tribunali. Next to the accessible toilet in the restaurant there is an elevator, which goes to floor -1. Upon exiting the elevator, there is a slight decline before getting to a flat surface. The door on the left opens to Auditorium 1. The auditorium has one space for a wheelchair, which is located at the right side of the first row (see picture no.6)

Both auditoriums have induction loops.

Kino Engel also has an outside screening area, which is located at Cafe Engels’ inner yard. The yard is accessed from the street, and all the seats are moveable, so accessible seating can be arranged if needed. The floor in the yard is made of cobblestone, and is somewhat uneven. (See picture no.7)

Accessible toilets

The accessible toilet in Kino Engel is located in the floor -1, which is accessed with the elevator in the lobby. The toilet is marked with a symbol of a wheelchair on the door. The toilet is located near to the elevator. The sink and the toilet bowl are both accessible. There is 80 centimetres of space on the both sides of the toilet, And the back side has space for assisting. The handles are connected to the seat of the toilet (see picture no.8) The door has a horizontal grab rail.

Before your arrival, please inform the staff for assistance with the elevators. Email: info@cinemamondo.fi or call 0201 555 801.

Kino Regina

Entrance

Kino Regina is located in Oodi, the Helsinki Central Library. All the entrances are accessible, have no doorsteps, and are equipped with electrical doors and sound beacons. The entrances are located in Kansalaistori Square (see picture no.1), on Eero Erkon katu and Töölönlahdenkatu. While the library is closed, the door in Töölönlahdenkatu will be available (see picture no.2).

Navigating Indoors

Kino Regina is located on the first floor of Oodi. Passage to the auditorium is along the wide corridors. When entering from Kansalaistori, the way to the theatre is to the left past the cafe, until the ticket counter and the entrance are visible. The accessible route to the theatre is marked with tactile guidance path strips. (See picture no.3). The ticket counter is 90 centimetres high (see picture no.4). The auditorium has two spaces for wheelchairs. These are located in the each side of the front row. There is also a fair amount of space in front of the seats, in which wheelchair users also may be positioned (see picture no.5) The auditorium has an induction loop. In the passage where the ticket counter is, there is a coverage map for the induction loop, which informs that the front and back rows are outside of its coverage.

Accessible toilets

The accessible toilets in Oodi are located on the floor K, which is accessed with an elevator in between the cafeteria and Kino Regina. There are trash cans under the elevator buttons. The floor K has three accessible toilets. Each bathroom has a horizontal grab bar. The rooms also have plenty of room to move in. The support handles next to the toilet seat are attached to the wall (see picture no.6). Kino Regina also has its own accessible toilet, which is located in a recess next to the ticket counter. The door does not have a sign for an accessible toilet space. The door is locked and can be opened for customers only by staff members (See picture no.7) The support handles are attached to the wall. The space has some extra equipment around, making the space more cramped. Furthermore, the left side of the seat has less than 80 centimetres of free space.

The National Museum – Great Courtyard 

Entrance

Accessible entrance to the Great Courtyard of the National Museum is possible either through the door on the right side of  the main entrance stairs, or through the yard from Museokatu street.

When going through the National Museum’s spaces, the accessible entrance is on the street level and is located in the address Mannerheimintie 34, door A2 (picture 1).

The door in the accessible entrance doesn’t have an electronic opening system and the door is heavy to use. On the left side of the accessible entrance there is a door phone, which can be used to contact the staff. The doorbell is at 100 cm height in a corner, which can make it hard to reach (picture 2).

The accessible entrance is not covered. Alternatively the accessible entrance to the Great Courtyard is through a ramp to the yard in address Museokatu 1. The ramp is steeper than the accessibility recommendations require (picture 3).

Interior spaces and routes

The accessible entrance, located on the right side next to the main entrance stairs, leads to the ground-floor lobby of the National Museum. The accessible route to the National Museum’s Great Courtyard is through the museum’s cafe, which is located on the right side, when coming from the accessible entrance, at the end of the hallway on the left. The route from the cafe to the courtyard is through a door on the left and through Halkopiha yard. There is a 2,5 cm threshold at Halkopiha door and the width of the door is 75 cm (picture 4). The double door to Halkopiha can be opened, if necessary, to ease the passage. From Halkopiha the route continues on the left side through a gate to the backyard of the National Museum. The route from the backyard to the Great Courtyard is guided by signs.

Alternatively, when going through the Museokatu ramp to the Great Courtyard, turn right on the ramp’s platform. The Great Courtyard is located on the left around the corner. The wheelchair seat is located on the left side of the first row. There is no induction loop at the Great Courtyard. 

The National Museum’s cafe is located on the ground-floor from the accessible entrance on the right side at the end of the hallway on the left. The service counter is at 112cm height (picture 6). The service point doesn’t have an induction loop.

Accessible toilet

There are two accessible toilets in the National Museum. The accessible toilet within the National Museum is located on the ground-floor lobby on the hallway between the accessible entrance and the cafe on the left side. The door doesn’t have an electronic opening system and it is heavy.

In the toilet, there is 80 cm space on the right side of the toilet seat and 67cm on the left side. There is space in the back of the toilet seat for assistance (picture 7). The door has a horizontal door handle.

The accessible toilet in the yard of the National Museum is located in a building on the left side of the ramp. The toilet’s doors don’t have an electronic opening system and are heavy to use (picture 8). In the toilet there is 80 cm space on the right side of the toilet seat. There is no space in the back of the toilet seat for assistance (picture 9).

The National Museum – Underground Space

Entrance 

Entering the National Museum’s Underground Space is done together in a group. The route goes through the parking hall “Aimo Park” between the National Museum and the Parliament House. The parking hall is accessible. 

Interior spaces and routes 

The movie theatre is located in the underground docking area of the National Museum. There are two wheelchair seats in the venue. There is no induction loop in the space.

Accessible toilet

There is no accessible toilet in the underground space. The nearest accessible toilet is inside the National Museum. The accessible toilet inside the National Museum is located on the ground-floor lobby on the hallway between the accessible entrance and the cafe on the left side.  The door to the toilet doesn’t have an electronic opening system and it is heavy to operate.

In the toilet there is 80 cm space on the right side of the toilet seat and 67cm on the left side. There is space in the back of the toilet seat for assistance (picture 2). The door has a horizontal door handle.

Kaapelitehdas – The Cable Factory

Entrance

In the special screening venue in the Cable Factory we gather in a space called Konttori (the Office). The audience is then directed as one group to the screening venue. At Konttori’s entrance there is a ramp that is according to the accessibility regulations (picture 1). The door of the entrance is manual and heavy. The threshold of the door is covered with footing boards.

Interior spaces and routes

From the Konttori the audience is directed to the inner courtyard of the Cable Factory and further inside the Cable Factory through entrance C. At the door there is a steep ramp with a railing only on the other side (picture 2). The doors are manual and heavy to use, but on the way from Konttori to the screening venue there is always staff present. There is a short way from the entrance into a large elevator, which is the screening venue (picture 3). The movie can be watched from inside the elevator or directly outside of it. 

Accessible toilet

On the route to the screening there are two accessible toilets: one right in the Konttori (picture 4), the other directly next to the entrance C – entrance doors on the right side (picture 5).

In both toilets, the toilet seat is placed so that only one side has the necessary 80 cm space to move.  There is no space for assistance behind the toilet seat. The doors are manual, but light to use and have horizontal door handles.

kino gas (outdoor)

Suvilahden kaasukello, 00540 Helsinki

4 wheelchair seats.

The cinema is wheelchair accessible. The cinema has wheelchair accessible toilets.

kino k13

Katajanokanlaituri 11 A, 00160 Helsinki

1 wheelchair seat.

The wheelchair lift is located at the eastern end of the building, at Katajanokanlaituri 11 B. The main entrance is about 30 meters from the lift. The decked loading dock which leads from the lift to the entrance is 180 cm wide and has a railing. The wheelchair lift is locked. Our staff will assist with the lift. Please contact: kinok13@ses.fi, tel. 09 6220 3027. There is a 10-centimetres high threshold at the main entrance. The heavy doors do not open automatically. Kino K13 staff can help you by the entrance.

Kinopalatsi 

Entrance

The main entrance to Kinopalatsi is located on the street level in Kaisaniemenkatu 2 (picture 1). The main door is manually operated and heavy to use. Also the door to the vestibule is manual and heavy. The entrance has thresholds but on the right side they are under 2 cm in height.

The other entrance is located in the University of Helsinki metro station’s, in Mikonkatu side exit hallway (In the level of the metro). There are elevators on both sides of the stairs to Kinopalatsi. When going to the Kinopalatsi shop it’s recommended to use the passenger elevator on the left side of the stairs (the shop is located on level K1). Access to the street level (theatre 2 and Oscar’s bar) is through the elevator on the right side of the stairs (picture 2). Both entrances are accessible, but we recommend the Mikonkatu entrance especially when arriving by vehicle.

Interior space and routes

The interior spaces of Kinopalatsi are accessible and there are no thresholds inside. There are multiple elevators to travel between floors. If you arrive in Kinopalatsi from the street level main entrance, you need to use a lifting platform to access the actual ground floor level (picture 3). 

The Kinopalatsi shop is is located on floor K1. The floor is accessible either by elevator straight from Mikonkatu entrance, or by going from the main entrance through the 3rd floor, taking an elevator to the metro level (floor 2) and then taking the passenger elevator to the shop floor. The same lift is used to move to floors K2 and K3. The service counter of the shop is 100cm high and the operating level of the payment terminal is 115 cm. There is no induction loop in the shop (picture 4).

All movie theatres are accessible. The entrance to theatre 2 is through a 110 cm wide ramp (picture 5). theatre 2 has to be accessed through a detour from the main entrance level next to the main doors. To use the accessible route, you need a staff member to open the doors when entering the theatre 2, but it’s possible to leave the theatre independently after the screening. There are no induction loops in any of the Kinopalatsi theatres. Kinopalatsi’s wheelchair seat amounts and locations by theatre

theatre Floor Wheelchair seat amounts and locations
K1  2, row 4
Street level  2, row 1
Metro level 1, row 4
Metro level 1, row 4
K1  1, row 10
K2  1, row 6
K2  1, row 10
K2  1, row 10
K3  1, row 10
10  K3  1, row 10

Accessible toilet

There are two accessible toilets in Kinopalatsi. One is located at the metro floor level next to theatres 3 and 4 (picture 6), and the other next to the Kinopalatsi shop on floor K1, close to the elevators (picture 7).

The doors of both toilets are locked and staff members are needed to open them. For the metro level toilet, the staff can be requested by pressing the button (at 160 cm height) next to the door of theatre 4 (picture 8) or by calling the phone number written next to the toilet’s door.

In both toilets the toilet seat is located so that at least on one side there is the required 80 cm space. There is space behind both toilet seats for assisting.

Kino Tapiola

Entrance

The main entrance at Kino Tapiola also serves as the accessible entrance. Its address is Mäntyviita 2, Espoo. The entrance is not at street level, and the accesible route goes through restaurant Klims terrace, which is in the same building. There is a shelter in front of the entrance, which can be used to wait for transportation. The door for the accessible entrance is not electrically operated, and is heavy to use (See picture no.1).

Navigating Indoors

The accessible entrance to the theatre leads to the cafe in the main lobby. The auditorium is located on the first floor. The accessible way to the auditorium goes past the glass door in the back of the cafe, and then to the right. The auditorium has a doorstep that is 2,5 centimetres high. The auditorium has two wheelchair spaces in total, at both ends of the first row. The inclination of the floor at these spaces is steeper than is recommended for accessibility (See picture no.3) The auditorium does have an induction loop, but no map for coverage. The coverage for the loop has not been tested.

Kino Tapiola cafe service desk is 93 centimetres high (see picture no.4) The service desk does not have an induction loop.

Accessible toilets

The accessible toilet in Kino Tapiola is located at the cafe in the lobby, on the right after the service desk. The toilet is not indicated with any signs. At the door there is a short ramp, which is steeper than recommended for accessibility. The door is not electrically operated, but is light to use (see picture no.5) The toilet seat has 80 centimetres of space on the left. There is a case on the floor, making it difficult to get next to the toilet seat. The seat does not have room for assistance in the back (see picture no.6)

korjaamo kino töölö

Töölönkatu 51 B, 00250 Helsinki

1 wheelchair seat.

There is a doorstep on the way to the theatre. Please ask the staff for a ramp if needed.

maxim 1

Kluuvikatu 1, 00100 Helsinki

2 wheelchair seat.

The theatre is wheelchair accessible. There is a wheelchair lift to the accessible toilets and to the venues. Please note that the lift cannot carry over 300kg.

maxim 2

Kluuvikatu 1, 00100 Helsinki

2 wheelchair seat.

The theatre is wheelchair accessible. There is a wheelchair lift to the accessible toilets and to the venues. Please note that the lift cannot carry over 300kg.

Riviera (Kallio) 

Entrance

The entrance to Riviera is accessible and it is located on the street level in Harjukatu 2 (picture 1). The main door is open during the opening hours of the theatre. 

Interior spaces and routes

From the entrance you arrive in the restaurant, through which you enter the movie theatre (picture 2). In the movie theatre, there can be up to four wheelchair seats on row G (picture 3). There is no induction loop in the movie theatre. Riviera’s ticket- and other services are located in the restaurant space and inside the movie theatre. The counter inside the movie theatre is accessible. The service point doesn’t have an induction loop. Riviera wishes that they are notified in advance when arriving with an assistive device, and if there’s a need for an assistant’s ticket, so that the seating can be arranged accordingly  before the screening.

Accessible toilet

There is one accessible toilet in Riviera. It has a 5,5cm threshold in the entrance door (picture 4).

Tennispalatsi

Entrance

The main entrance into Tennispalatsi is located on Salomonkatu, which is a pedestrian area. The main door on the left is marked with a wheelchair symbol for accessible passage. The door is manually operated and somewhat heavy to operate. The entrance does not have a doorstep. You can also find an accessible entrance to Tennispalatsi on Jaakonkatu, which crosses Salomonkatu. These doors are heavy to use. The Jaakonkatu entrance doesn’t have a doorstep. On top of the Salomonkatu entrance there is a shelter, which can be used to wait for transportation.

Navigating Indoors

The main entrance on Salomonkatu leads to the floor L, which currently functions mainly as a lounge. The ticket sales and ancillary services are on the 1st floor. To get to the 1st floor you either need to use the stairs, the elevator, or the entrance outside on Jaakonkatu. Auditoriums 6-14 are also located on the 1st floor. Auditorium 3 is on the 1st floor as well, but the accessible route there is through a detour.

Auditorium 2 is located on the 2nd floor. The Auditoriums 4 and 5 as well as the ISENSE-auditorium are on the 3rd floorGetting to the third floor requires using an elevator (see picture no.2). The use of these elevators does not require assistance from staff members. The accessible entrance to Auditorium 3 is on the floor K, and requires detouring (see picture no.3). The use of the elevator requires assistance and escorting from the staff. The accessible route to Auditoriums 6-14 requires using a ramp located behind the pick n’ mix candy shelf on the 1st floor. At the beginning of the ramp there is a button to call staff to open the gate and to escort you to the wanted auditorium. Each auditorium in Tennispalatsi has two spaces for wheelchairs, except for the ISENSE-auditorium, which has four. All wheelchair spaces are on the ends of every first seat row (see picture no.2), Except for Auditorium 2, in which the spaces are on the right side of the last row (see picture no.5) The staff will escort the visitor to the correct spot from the ticket counter. Two wheelchair spaces together No auditoriums in Tennispalatsi have induction loops.

The shop sells tickets and accessories. The shop desk is 90 centimetres high (see picture no.6) The payment terminals can be lowered down to the height of 95 centimetres. The shop has three self-service checkouts. The leftmost checkout has a recess under the table and free space for knees, the vestibule door is also manually operated (see picture no.1) next to each other are 120 centimetres wide.  Making the check out more accessible to use (see picture no.7). The check out interface is located at 150 centimetres. The terminal cannot be lowered, and is located at 125 centimetres.

Accessible toilets

The only accessible toilet in Tennispalatsi is located on the second floor. The door is locked and a staff member is needed to open it. The door is marked with a wheelchair symbol on the outside, under which there’s a button that can be used to call staff for help. The button is located 110 centimetres high. Up from the button are instructions for its use, and a phone number to alternatively call staff to help (See picture no.8). The door for the toilet is heavy to open. The support rails at the sides of the seat are attached to the seat. (See picture no. 9). The room has enough space to move around freely, but the left side may be challenging to access because of the proximity of the sink. The sink is large but the faucet is short, and it is challenging to reach.

Bio Rex Tripla

Entrance

Bio Rex Tripla is located on the fifth floor of the mall of Tripla. Its address is Fredrikanterassi 1. The accessible route to Bio Rex Tripla is on the fourth floor (Little Manhattan), using the elevators behind the clothing store Kekäle.

Navigating Indoors

The elevator arrives to the elevator lobby. The theatres’ auditoriums 4 and 5 are located to the right and left from the elevators. Auditoriums 4 and 5 both have three spaces for wheelchairs, which are at floor level on the front row. (See picture no.1) The auditoriums do not have an induction loop.

The ancillary services in Bio Rex Tripla are located to the right from the elevator lobby, on the right side of the hallway. The service desk is 112 centimetres high. The payment terminal can be lowered to 100 centimetres. (See picture no. 2). The service desk does not have an induction loop.

Accessible toilets

The accessible toilet in Bio Rex Tripla is located on the right from the elevator lobby, after the ancillary services on the right side of the hallway. The toilet door is not electrically operated and is heavy to use. The toilet has 80 centimetres of space for movement on each side of the seat. There is also room on the back of the seat for assistance (see picture no.3). The door of the toilet has a horizontal grab bar. 

Teatteri Union 

Entrance

Teatteri Union is located in Siltavuorenranta 18. The main entrance has a large step that can be crossed with a separate ramp (picture 1). The staff will place the ramp when necessary. When exiting, the door has a 4,5 cm threshold.

Interior spaces and routes

After the main entrance there is an accessible entry to the movie theatre, accessible toilet and to other services. There is one wheelchair seat in the theatre, which is located in the middle of the back row (picture 2). The movie theatre doesn’t have an induction loop. Teatteri Union’s ticket- and other services are located in the main lobby. The service point doesn’t have an induction loop. Teatteri Union wishes that they are notified in advance to the ticket office info@teatteriunion.fi, when arriving with an assistive device and if there is a need for an assistant’s ticket.

Accessible toilet

Teatteri Union has one accessible toilet (picture 3).

Accessibility contact persons

For more information about accessibility, please contact our accessibility contact persons (notice different email address types):  

Mona Huczkowski  

mona@hiff.fi

04041883898

Inari Nikkanen

inari.nikkanen@hiff.fi

0405098818