The High-Rise Building is one of the two sites of the terror attacks on the 22nd of July 2011. The building bears clear traces of the car bomb explosion, and beyond safeguarding the security of employees and visitors, no renovation work has been commenced. The floor is uneven and several of the walls have sharp edges. Therefore, it is important that adults look after small children during their visit.
As a continuation of the exhibition space in the 22 July Centre, we have a room, the pavilion, which is well-suited to the needs of families with young children. In order to meet the needs of younger visitors, the pavilion has been furnished with a drawing table and a bookcase filled with literature suitable for young children, some of which are on the topic of difficult themes and subject matter.
The exhibition has a changing table and is well suited for visitors with prams and strollers.