Chocolate Museum in Cologne
At Cologne's Chocolate Museum, visitors learn everything about the humble cocoa bean's transformation into finished chocolate, as well as all manner of facts about the cultural and historical origins of the confection and its industrial manufacture today. With flat floors, ramps and lifts, the museum is entirely barrier-free.
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.
Hamburg Kunsthalle art gallery
As one of Germany's most important art galleries, Hamburg's Kunsthalle houses masterpieces spanning 700 years of art history. All three buildings are fully accessible. Induction loop audio systems and guided tours in German sign language are available.
The Lemmers-Danforth Collection in the Palais Papius, Wetzlar
The private collection of Lemmers-Danforth in the Palais Papius, a historical building in Wetzlar's old quarter, offers a wealth of historical furnishings which are among the foremost of their kind. There are guided tours through the accessible rooms for blind and deaf visitors, and in plain language.
Baden-Baden Festival Theatre
The Baden-Baden Festival Theatre ranks among the largest classical music venues in Europe. Its schedule includes opera, classical concerts, ballet performances, jazz evenings and international shows. Barrier-free entry is via the west side entrance.