Barrier-free access at the northern entrance.
All exhibition rooms are freely accessible. The inner courtyard can be accessed from the café with a wheelchair lift.
Light, portable folding chairs are available.
The disabled toilet, luggage lockers and the cloakroom are located next to the pay desk.
Visitors may be accompanied by a guide dog or a seizure response dog if these are identified as such. A tactile map is available in the foyer for visitors who are blind or have a visual impairment. For blind visitors there is the possibility of experiencing the sculptures manually wearing gloves. Gloves are available at the pay desk. Before your visit, please get in touch with us via our → contact-form.
We regret that the collection of antique minor arts that is distributed across three floors is not barrier-free. This applies both to the access to the building via the steps at the main entrance and to the inside infrastructure with the three exhibition levels. Neither are the toilets barrier-free. These shortcomings can only be remedied within the scope of a complete renovation, which we are emphatically campaigning for.