We are working hard to become a fully inclusive museum. As we want everyone to enjoy our fascinating displays and exhibits, they have to be accessible to one and all. No-one should feel excluded just because they have a disability or because they find it hard to speak or read German well.
This has led us to systematically implement a whole range of changes.
Full accessibility requires barrier-free access throughout the museum. However, our historical buildings are under a preservation order and this is not always easy.
The redevelopment project that we are undertaking over the next few years will incorporate accessibility right from the outset. To this end, we have brought members of the relevant stakeholder groups on board to provide us with expert advice. In addition, valuable insights can be gleaned from individual pilot projects on how best to communicate information and design our exhibitions.
Details of current access arrangements are available here.