Although the new CERD building inaugurated in 2005 was designed to accommodate disabled visitors, such is not the case for the historical site, for obvious reasons stemming from the site’s historical purpose, but also due to its location on a steep mountain.

Indeed, the barracks in which the museum is located can only be accessed via steps, and the barracks at the bottom of the camp can only be reached by taking a long, very steep path. It would be very complicated to upgrade the facility, because adding an access ramp to the museum barracks entrance would not solve the problem of access to the terrace where it is located. Regarding the steep path, it is too long to be equipped with a lift mechanism.

The fact that the site is listed as a historical monument further complicates matters. Our guards and guides are available to help visitors with reduced mobility, in order to facilitate their visit as much as possible.