Accessibility

Schränke mit Objekten, davor Kisten, eine in Folie eingepackte Figur. Eine steile Treppe führt aus der Mitte des Raumes gegen eine geschlossese Tür.

In spite of the protection of historical buildings and several stairs, we aspire to provide access to the museum to all interested parties. Visiting with a wheelchair or similar aids for persons with impaired mobility is possible with restrictions.

For visitors dependent on a wheelchair, together with one accompanying person, there is free admission to our museum!
In spite of the protection of historical buildings and several stairs, we aspire to provide access to the museum to all interested parties. Visiting with a wheelchair or similar aids for persons with impaired mobility is possible with restrictions.
Specially marked parking spaces for visitors with special parking permits can be found in front of the main entrance at Rothenbaumchaussee (2 spaces) and on Binderstraße (in front of house number 14) at the side entrance of the museum (1 space). The side entrance from Binderstraße is barrier-free and has access to the elevator. Our staff will be happy to come and meet you there and can be contacted by intercom or telephoned at +49 40 428879 671, in order to open the door for you.
Our exhibition guards will be happy to help you at any time to move around the building despite the stairs. A wheelchair-accessible WC in the restaurant area can be accessed by lift.
Further information can be obtained from the visitor service at +49 40 42 88 79 – 671.

Lecture hall

We would like to point out that the museum’s lecture halls are not barrier-free and there is no space for leaving wheelchairs and rollators.

We regret these circumstances and kindly ask for your understanding. The improvement of barrier-free access to all museum rooms is part of the structural changes that the museum is aiming at in the course of the planned renovation.