Porcelain worlds on the "Leuchtenburg"

Certified in the period

April 2019 - March 2022

Accessibility certified People with walking disabilities

Barrier-free information

Short Report as PDF

All areas relevant for testing meet the quality criteria of the label "Accessibility certified - partially accessible for people with walking disabilities".

Some information on accessibility are listed below. For detailed information please see the evaluation report.

  • There are three parking spaces for people with disabilities (parking space size: 350 cm x 500 cm).
  • The path from the parking spaace to the entrance is 300 m long. It is easy to walk and drive on and has a maximum longitudinal gradient of 4 % over a distance of 10 m.
  • The buildings are steplessly accessible.
  • All evaluated rooms and facilities available to the guests are stepless or accessible via elevators.
  • The elevator cabins have a size of:
    • Elevator Porcelain Worlds 110 cm x 200 cm;
    • Elevator castle tavern 114 cm x 217 cm.
  • Almost all evaluated passageways/doors available to the guests are at least 85 cm wide.
  • The counter at the entrance is 100 cm high at its lowest point. There is another, equivalent communication possibility while in a sitting position.
  • The exhibits and the information on the exhibits are predominately visible while sitting.
  • There are wheelchair accessible tables in the castle tavern and in the bistro at the information desk.
  • Guided tours for people with walking impairments and wheelchair users are offered. A reservation in advance is necessary.
  • Special trained guides ensure that people with walking impairments and wheelchair users can take part in any guided tour.
  • Mobile or fixed seats are available for people with walking disabilities, which can be used during the guided tour.
  • The entire route of the guided tour is steplessly accessible for wheelchair users.
  • Aids offered: wheelchair, (wheeled) walker

Public toilet for people with disabilities (outdoors)

  • The maneuvering spaces are:
    • in front of/behind the door, in front of the toilet;
    • in front of the washbasin 180 cm x 95 cm;
    • left of the toilet 83 cm x 70 cm and right of the toilet 93 cm x 70 cm.
  • There are handles which can be folded up on the right and left of the toilet.
  • The washbasin is wheelchair accessible.
  • An alarm trigger (cord) is present.

Public toilet for people with disabilities (in the exhibition area)

  • The maneuvering spaces are:
    • in front of/behind the door, in front of the toilet and in front of the washbasin at least 140 cm x 190 cm;
    • left and right of the toilet at least 90 cm x 70.
  • There are handles which can be folded up on the right and left of the toilet.
  • The washbasin is wheelchair accessible.
  • An alarm trigger (cord) is present.

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Some information on accessibility are listed below. For detailed information please see the evaluation report.

  • There is no alarm.
  • There is no audio induction loop.
  • An outgoing emergency call in the elevator is not confirmed.
  • Alternatively stairs are available.
  • The information on the exhibits is predominately provided in written form.
  • In the castle tavern and in the bistro at the information desk there are tables with bright and glare-free lighting, on which there are no lamps standing or hanging that restrict the field of vision or eye contact.
  • There is a seating area with low background noises (e.g. seating corner, separate room) in the bistro at the information desk.
  • There are no guided tours offered for people with hearing impairment and deaf people.
  • Special trained guides ensure that people with hearing impairment can take part in any guided tour.

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Some information on accessibility are listed below. For detailed information please see the evaluation report.

  • Assistance dogs are allowed in relevant areas/rooms.
  • The entrance is not visually rich in contrast, but recognizable by a tactile change of floor covering.
  • The evaluated areas that can be used by the guest are predominantly well lit, i.e. bright and glare-free.
  • There are no visually contrasting or tactilely detectable floor indicators.
  • The paths in corridors/aisles are predominantly visually contrasted to the surroundings.
  • The paths in corridors/aisles are partly marked with tactile markings.
  • The signage is designed in clearly legible and contrasting font.
  • There are usually no obstacles, e.g. objects protruding into the path/room.
  • There are no revolving or rotating doors.
  • An outgoing emergency call in the elevators is not confirmed. The stopping position is not announced by spoken commands. The operating controls are visually rich in contrast and tactilely detectable.
  • Alternatively stairs are available.
  • At least at the first and last step, stairs have visually contrasting edges.
  • Stairs have handrails on both sides.
  • The exhibits are usually well illuminated.
  • The information on the exhibits is usually provided in written form and is usually visually rich in contrast.
  • The font of the menu in the bistro at the information desk is straightforward and visually rich in contrast, but not the menu in the castle tavern.
  • There are no guided tours offered for people with visual impairments and blind people.
  • Special trained guides ensure that people with visual impairments and blind people can take part in any guided tour.
  • Tactilely detectable exhibits are integrated in the guided tour.
  • An audio guide is offered which can be operated independently by people with visual impairments/blind people.

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Some information on accessibility are listed below. For detailed information please see the evaluation report.

  • The name or logo of the establishment is clearly recognizable from the outside.
  • There is no colored or pictorial guidance system.
  • The information on the exhibits is predominately provided in written form, but not in easy language.
  • In the bistro at the information the dishes are visibly presented (buffet, bar).
  • There are no guided tours offered for people with cognitive impairments.
  • Special trained guides ensure that people with cognitive impairments can take part in any guided tour.
  • There is no information in easy language.
  • Information is not displayed with pictograms or pictures.

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