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.
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.
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.
Military History Museum in Dresden
Redesigned by star architect Daniel Libeskind, the Military History Museum in Dresden explores, critically and from a modern perspective, military history as a historical, cultural and anthropological phenomenon. The museum offers group tours for partially sighted visitors in plain language.
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.