Exhibition "All about Anne" at the Anne Frank Zentrum

Exhibition "All about Anne" at the Anne Frank Zentrum (Anja Peters)

Certified in the period

January 1970 - January 1970

No certification

Barrier-free information

Short Report as PDF

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

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

  • There is no parking lot available.
  • The exhibition is steplessly accessible via an elevator (can only be used when accompanied by personnel).
  • The elevator cabin measures 158 cm x 206 cm. The elevator door is 150 cm wide.
  • All evaluated rooms and facilities available to the guests are steplessly accessible.
  • All evaluated passageways/doors available to the guests are at least 90 cm wide.
  • The information and cash desk is at its lowest point 106 cm high.
  • Seating is available in the exhibition.
  • The exhibits are predominately visible when seated. The information is predominately readable when seated.
  • Offered aids: wheelchair
  • Guided tours for people with walking impairments and wheelchair users are offered. A reservation in advance is necessary. Mobile or fixed seats are available for people with walking disabilities, which may be used during the guided tour. The entire route of the guided tour is steplessly variable for wheelchair users.

Public toilet for people with disabilities

  • The manoeuvring spaces are:
    in front of/behind the door, in front of the toilet and the washbasin at least 127 cm x 150 cm;
    left of the toilet 102 cm x 56 cm, no manoeuvring space on the right.
  • There are grab rails available on the right and left of the toilet. The grab rails can be flipped-up.
  • The sink is wheelchair compatible.
  • The mirror can be seen while standing or sitting.
  • An alarm trigger is available.

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All areas relevant for testing meet the quality criteria of the label "Accessibility certified - accessible for people with hearing impairment and deaf people".

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

  • The alarm is clearly visible in the entire exhibition.
  • An outgoing emergency call in the elevator (can only be used when accompanied by personnel) is confirmed audibly. Alternatively stairs are available.
  • There are induction loops and a digital Roger system.
  • All texts in the exhibition are written in clear language. Difficult words are explained.
  • The most important texts are translated into German sign language.
  • The contents of the audio guide are also available in a PDF file for reading.
  • Guided tours for people with hearing impairment and deaf people (in German sign language) are offered. A reservation in advance is necessary.

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All areas relevant for testing meet the quality criteria of the label "Accessibility certified - partially accessible for people with visual impairments and blind people".

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

  • Assistance dogs are allowed in relevant areas/rooms.
  • There is a route description from the underground station Weinmeisterstraße to the exhibition rooms online for listening and downloading as well as in a barrier-free PDF.
  • The entrance is visually rich in contrast, but not recognizable by a tactile change of floor covering.
  • An outgoing emergency call in the elevator (can only be used when accompanied by personnel) is confirmed audibly. The break position is not announced by spoken commands. The operating controls are not visually rich in contrast and not tactilely detectable. Alternatively stairs are available.
  • Steps are partly visually rich in contrast. Stairs have at least a handrail on one side.
  • All evaluated and usable areas for the guest are well illuminated, i.e. bright and glare-free.
  • An uninterrupted guidance system with floor indicators available is available in the exhibition.
  • The signage is designed in clearly legible and contrasting font.
  • Information for orientation can be captured tactilely (tactile overview plan, Braille and prismatic signs).
  • The exhibits are usually well illuminated.
  • The texts in the exhibition are visually rich in contrast.
  • There is an audio guide, tactile objects with Braille explanations and audio descriptions as well as the diary of Anne Frank as braille edition.
  • Offered aids: reading aids (reading glasses, magnifying glasses, etc.)
  • Guided tours for people with visual impairments and blind people are offered. A reservation in advance is necessary. Tactilely detectable exhibits are integrated in the guided tour.

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All areas relevant for testing meet the quality criteria of the label "Accessibility certified - accessible for with cognitive impairments".

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

  • The name or logo of the facility is clearly recognizable from the outside.
  • In the entrance area there is an overview plan with coloured markings.
  • Information for orientation is available audibly (audio guide).
  • All texts in the exhibition are written in clear language. Difficult words are explained.
  • There is an audio guide, tactile objects and other visual representations.
  • Guided tours for people with cognitive impairments are offered. A reservation in advance is necessary. The contents (e.g. exhibits) of the guided tour for people with cognitive impairments are easy to understand or are explained in a way that is easy to understand (e.g. visually).

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