For us, inclusiveness is something we carry through everything. We want to contribute to a great experience for everybody. From warmly welcoming pushchairs, and of course having wheelchair ramps, to arranging appreciated guided tours. Photography requires no pre understanding, everyone can be touched by a photo, which is a large part of the inclusive charm and fascination. A guides’ engaging explanations can enrichen the visit even more and add further exciting dimensions.
A steep ramp for pushchairs is inbuilt on the stairs outside of our main entrance.
Along the long side by the water, there is a wheelchair ramp.
Beside our two stairwells, the elevator goes to all floors.
Accessible toilets equipped with changing tables are on floor -1 and by the café on floor 2.
Lockers you can find on floor -1.
On floor -1 are spots to park pushchairs. It’s also fine to take pushchairs through the exhibitions.
Car parking with a parking-fee is available both in front of the entrance and behind the building, although there are just a few spaces.
Parking for the disabled is available
Unfortunately we have to draw a line at inclusiveness when it comes to dogs due to other guests being allergic. Although, if you are in need of a guide dog you are of course more than welcome to bring your four-legged friend.
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