German Museum of Technology in Berlin
With its Science Center Spectrum, the German Technology Museum in Berlin is an interactive place of learning and experiences. A touchable mock-up of the entire facility is displayed in the fully accessible Infothek. Many of the exhibits include a description in Braille.
Kunsthalle art gallery in Bremen
The City of Bremen's Kunsthalle art gallery chiefly exhibits French and German art from the 19th and 20th centuries. All rooms have an entrance width of 1.3 metres and are fully accessible. Audio guides are provided; induction loop systems are available for hard of hearing visitors.
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.
Bucerius Art Forum in Hamburg
Lying in the heart of Hamburg, the Bucerius Art Forum offers four exhibitions all year round on themes from antiquity to the present. The Bucerius Art Forum is fully accessible. Tours in sign language can be booked with the Hamburg Museum Service.
Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart
With ramps and non-slip floors, the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart offers a striking journey through the history of the automobile — with audio guides for hard of hearing visitors and videos in sign language. The museum has already received the 'Golden Wheelchair' award.
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.