Website publication date: 2012.09.19
Date of last major update: 2012.09.19
The Historical and Ethnographic Museum in Chojnice fulfils its obligation under the Act of 4 April 2019 on digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities by publishing this statement.
The website www.chojnicemuzeum.pl is partially compliant with the Act on digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities.
The non-compliance is because the website was developed at a time when digital accessibility guidelines would not have been available and widely used. In this respect, the current website benefits from the exemption indicated in Art. 3 para. 8 of the Act.
The statement was drawn up on 2021.03.29 on the basis of a self-assessment by the public body.
Standard keyboard shortcuts can be used on the website.
Problems with the digital accessibility of the website can be reported at: firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at 52 397 23 19. The person responsible is Jordan Rolbiecki.
Requests for inaccessible information and complaints about lack of accessibility can also be submitted in the same way.
A reply to the request/complaint should be made immediately, no later than within 7 days. If this is not possible, the entity shall inform the sender of this fact and indicate a possible time limit for a reply, which may not be longer than 2 months.
If it is not possible to provide accessibility, the entity may propose an alternative method of accessing the content.
If a request to provide accessibility or provide access to content in an alternative form is refused, a complaint may be made to the Ombudsman.
The Historical and Ethnographic Museum in Chojnice has 8 locations. 6 of them are located in historic buildings on the medieval city walls along 3-15 Podmurna St. Due to their historic substance, the buildings of a bastion character are only partly adapted for people with disabilities. Brama Człuchowska (The Człuchowska Gate), Baszta Wronia (the Crow Tower) - the seat of the administration - and the Dom na murach (House on the Walls) - housing the factual workshops - are not adapted for the disabled due to architectural barriers. Other buildings of the Museum: Baszta Kurza Stopa (Chicken Foot Tower), Dom Szewski (Shoemaker's House) and Baszta Szewska (the Shoemaker Tower) with the Museum Library, as well as the Kolekcja Historyczno-Regionalna (Historic-Regional Collection) (5 Drzymały St.) and Archeologiczna ekspozycja zamiejscowa Kręgi Kamienne w Odrach gm. Czersk (the Archaeological Exhibition of the Stone Circles in Odry municipality Czersk) (5 Długa St.), are accessible or partially accessible for people with disabilities.
The main building of the Historical and Ethnographic Museum in Chojnice in the historic Człuchów Gate does not have a lift and is not accessible to persons with mobility disabilities in wheelchairs. The building is accessible to people with disabilities to the following extent:
Other locations of the Historical and Ethnographic Museum in Chojnice
Baszta Kurza Stopa (The Chicken Foot Tower), 3 Podmurna Street
Dom na Murach (House on the Walls), 5 Podmurna Street
Dom Szewski (Shoemaker's House), 7 Podmurna Street
Baszta Szewska z Biblioteką Muzealną (The Shoemaker Tower with Museum Library), 9 Podmurna Street
Baszta Wronia (Crow Tower), 15 Podmurna Street
Kolekcja Historyczno-Regionalna A. Makowskiego (A. Makowski Historical-Regional Collection), 5 Drzymały St.
Archeologiczna ekspozycja zamiejscowa Kręgi Kamienne w Odrach (The Archaeological Exposition of the Stone Circles in Odry, Czersk Commune), Długa St. 5