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Information for people with a handicap

Seehof Palace and Park

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Picture: Seehof Palace with Orangery Parterre


Information for people with mobility impairment

Disabled parking

There are two disabled parking spaces in the Seehof Palace car park. Distance to the palace entrance approx. 450 m; slight inclines (under 6%); path surface: grass paving (car park), asphalt, cobblestones, paved gravel


Disabled toilets
  • Adjacent to the eastern orangery in the entrance area to the café (accessible during the café's opening hours)

  • In the palace (one disabled toilet each in the ladies' and gents' toilets)



Picture: White Hall at Seehof Palace

Seehof Palace
  • Access to the palace via a passageway and the inner courtyard (cobblestones, paved gravel)

  • Access to the ticket office and museum shop only possible via four steps

  • Access to the chapel and the lift via the arcade walkway (can be reached via four steps; mobile ramp with incline well over 6%; escort recommended)

  • For people with walking difficulties and in wheelchairs, it is possible to use the lift (door: 85 cm, cabin width: 110 cm, cabin length: 140 cm) to join the tour, accompanied by museum staff.

  • There are no steps on the way through the rooms, but door thresholds of 2-3 cm height; the staff are happy to help here.

  • Doorways at least 100 cm wide

  • Level flooring

  • Seats available


Tietz Museum in the Orangery

Access via a path from the main park entrance (Memmelsdorfer Tor): slight incline; path surface: paved gravel. At the entrance to the museum, there is a step of approx. 15 cm to negotiate (escort recommended); the entrance door (width: 150 cm) stands open during opening hours.


The route through the exhibition rooms is barrier-free.


Restaurant-Café (adjacent to the eastern orangery)

The interior is accessible without steps; the entrance doors must be opened manually (outwards) and stand open in good weather.


Picture: Hornbeam arcade at Seehof Park


Seehof Palace Park

Main gate (Memmelsdorfer Tor) in the north-east of the grounds; further gates on the western and eastern driveways. The gates are open during the park's opening hours.

  • Mainly level paths (paved gravel)

  • Occasional areas with a gradient of over 6% (along the cascade, ramp from the main entrance to the Orangery Parterre, paths from the Orangery Parterre to the Linden Halls)

  • Seats available

  • Cascade with waterworks only accessible via steps

Information for the visually impaired

  • No guidance system for the visually impaired available

  • No audio guide available

  • Regular guided tours at Seehof Palace

Information for the hearing impaired

  • No induction loop for hearing aids available

  • Written information available

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