Information and Registration

We want to give all people the opportunity to participate in our programs at Schloss Rosenstein and at Museum am Löwentor. Therefore our guided tours take into account the interests of people with disabilities and we try to adjust our tours to meet  your wishes and needs. Due to the extensive educational materials at the museum, we can offer almost every one of our guiding themes, for example as a tactile guided tour or in simplified language.

To make this possible, please tell us your specific needs when you are booking a tour! Group tours take place by appointment only.

Further information and registration for guided tours and educational programs for people with and without disabilities:

 

Museum am Löwentor 0711 / 8936 - 126 
Schloss Rosenstein 0711 / 8936 - 266
Sie erreichen uns: mo, wed, thur: 14:00 – 16:30 h
tue, fr: 9:30 – 12:00 h

Accessibility

The exhibitions and premises of the museum are as far as possible accessible for wheelchair users and people with walking disabilities. Bringing guide dogs into the museum is allowed.

In both museums, audio guides (without induction loop) are available that can be borrowed at the ticket office.

Museum am Löwentor

parking spaces

There is a handicapped parking space in Nordbahnhofstraße.

acces to the museum

There is a path at ground level from Nordbahnhofstraße directly to the museum.

elevator

There is a barrier-free lift with access to all floors.

seating options and wheelchairs

The exhibition area is furnished with seating options. Lightweight folding chairs that you can carry easily during your visit are available at the entrance. Unfortunately, at the moment we do not have wheelchairs available for guests.

toilets

You can find a toilet for disabled people on the ground floor in the entrance area.

cloakroom

On the lower level, there is a cloakroom and lockers.

Schloss Rosenstein

parking spaces

The Wilhelma car park has over 800 parking spaces; 8 of these on parking level 3 (ground level) are reserved for wheelchair users and disabled people. A drive directly to the castle is only possible in exceptional cases. Please ask in advance by phone.

access to the museum

There are paths at ground level through the park to the museum.

seating options and wheelchairs

The exhibition area is furnished with seating options. Lightweight folding chairs that you can carry easily during your visit are available at the entrance. Unfortunately, at the moment we do not have wheelchairs available for guests.

toilets

You can find a toilet for disabled people on the ground floor in the entrance area.

cloakroom

In the entrance area on the ground level there is a cloakroom and lockers.