Reconstructed Roman fort at Saalburg
Special tours tailored to the individual requirements of blind visitors and wheelchair users around the reconstructed Roman fort at Saalburg provide a fascinating insight into the border fort's history and everyday life in the Roman Empire. The museum contains touchable original finds, replicas and true-to-scale plans.
Regional Garden Show 2015 in Landau
In Landau in the Palatinate, a former barracks complex containing historical buildings lends the Regional Garden Show 2015 a distinctive character. Visitors can enjoy beautiful flowerings and magical colours across a largely barrier-free 27-hectare area. At the heart of the site lies the Park of the Generations with water garden and shaded promenades. Besides the Garden Show, a host of other accessible attractions are available in the area.
Sanssouci Palace and Park
Frederick the Great sketched the designs for Sanssouci Palace and Park (and its famous garden terrace) himself — so he could take his strolls there. The New Palace and picture gallery were built later. At the top of the castle, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site, lies the sepulchre of Frederick II.
Schönhausen Castle in Berlin
In the 18th century, the baroque Schönhausen Castle in Berlin was the summer residence of Queen Elisabeth Christine, consort of Frederick the Great, and later became the seat of the East German President. Audio guides are available in plain language and for partially sighted visitors, as well as video guides in sign language.