Ehrenbreitstein Fortress, Koblenz
Today, anybody can conquer Ehrenbreitstein Fortress in Koblenz high above the confluence of the Rhine and Moselle — via the cable car with accessible gondolas or the inclined lift. To help you get your bearings when you arrive, you'll find ramps, a guide system for blind people and audio guides.
Emden Kunsthalle art gallery
The nationally famous Emden Kunsthalle art gallery made its name with works of classical modernity and special exhibitions by famous artists. The attached school of painting undertakes projects for all age groups. Special tours are available for visitors with learning difficulties.
Federal Art Gallery in Bonn
The Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany in the City of Bonn, or the Federal Art Gallery for short, deals actively with themes of inclusion, a changing society and demographic shifts. In addition, assistance is currently being developed for visitors with special requirements.
Frankfurt Dialogue Museum
There's nothing to see in Frankfurt's Dialogue Museum. Guided by the blind members of the darkness team in six special experiential rooms, 'Dialogue in the Dark' lets visitors discover the invisible. The museum's surroundings take on a new character – puzzled, impressed and absorbed, sighted visitors learn to see things in a new light.
German Historical Museum in Berlin
Visitors to the German Historical Museum in Berlin come into physical contact with history. The exhibits are also explained acoustically or in sign language. Selected exhibits e.g. armour pieces, marble busts or a piece of the Berlin Wall, can be explored through touch.
German Hygiene Museum in Dresden
Visitors to Dresden's Hygiene Museum will discover the 'Abenteuer Mensch' (Adventurous Human). These spectacular exhibitions can be experienced by everyone thanks to tactile route finders, subtitled films, sign language tours, tactile objects and plain-language audio guides.