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Information for people with a handicap

Hall of Liberation at Kelheim

Picture: Hall of Liberation


Information for people with mobility impairment

Disabled parking
  • Four disabled parking spaces in the car park

  • Distance to the Visitor Centre: approx. 50 m (asphalted)

  • Distance to the Hall of Liberation approx.: 400 m (270 m asphalted, 150 m gravel) with a slight gradient (less than 6%)


Disabled toilets
  • In the public toilet behind the Hall of Liberation (open in summer)

  • In the cash desk area (locked; key available at the cash desk)


Visitor centre (cash desk, shop, restaurant)

Access via two steps or a ramp; the door is usually open during opening hours; in bad weather the staff on site will open the door.

  • There are no steps in the visitor centre.

  • Width of the doorways : Entrance door 1,16 m; door to the shop: 1,06 m; door to the disabled toilet: 0,97 m

  • Level, non-slip flooring

  • Seats available


Picture: Interior of the Hall of Liberation


Hall of Liberation
  • At the back of the Hall of Liberation without steps via a lift (width: 130 cm x length: 2 m)

  • Bell for wheelchair users at the entrance; door will be opened by staff

  • A ramp for the threshold will be provided by staff if required.

  • Wheelchair users can visit the hall where the goddesses of victory stand. The two galleries and the viewing terrace can only be reached via long and very narrow spiral staircases.

  • No steps

  • Doorways at least 92 cm wide

  • Level flooring; slippery when wet

  • Seats available

Information for the visually impaired

  • No guidance system for the visually impaired available; for blind or visually impaired visitors, an accompanying person is recommended.

  • Audio guide available; a sighted companion is required when operating the guide.

  • No regular guided tours


Information for the hearing impaired

  • Induction loop for hearing aids available

  • Written information available

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