August Horch Automobile Museum in Zwickau
In Zwickau's August Horch Automobile Museum, 100 years of automobile history are brought to life with luxury models from Horch, Audi, Wanderer and DKW. There's also the Trabant cult car. The museum is barrier-free, offering tours and audio guides for blind visitors as well as tours in sign language.
Bach's birthplace in Eisenach
Johann Sebastian Bach's birthplace in Eisenach hosts hourly concerts played with historical instruments. The museum's new building contains 'sound chairs' and 'walk-in music' for a fantastically sensuous experience. The new building is barrier-free; guide dogs are welcome. The museum guide is available in Braille.
Baden-Baden Festival Theatre
The Baden-Baden Festival Theatre ranks among the largest classical music venues in Europe. Its schedule includes opera, classical concerts, ballet performances, jazz evenings and international shows. Barrier-free entry is via the west side entrance.
Bucerius Art Forum in Hamburg
Lying in the heart of Hamburg, the Bucerius Art Forum offers four exhibitions all year round on themes from antiquity to the present. The Bucerius Art Forum is fully accessible. Tours in sign language can be booked with the Hamburg Museum Service.
Cathedral Steps festival plays in Erfurt
Every summer the 70 steps of Erfurt Cathedral are transformed into a spectacular open-air stage for the Cathedral Steps festival plays. Erfurt Cathedral and the Church of St Severus provide the backdrop for unforgettable evenings. The area is accessible for wheelchair users and offers wheelchair berths and disabled toilets.
Chocolate Museum in Cologne
At Cologne's Chocolate Museum, visitors learn everything about the humble cocoa bean's transformation into finished chocolate, as well as all manner of facts about the cultural and historical origins of the confection and its industrial manufacture today. With flat floors, ramps and lifts, the museum is entirely barrier-free.
Dresden State Art Collections
The Dresden State Art Collections rank among the foremost and oldest museum networks in the world. Their goal is to give all visitors unrestricted access to the art collections of the Saxon Electors, which date from the 16th century.