Activities for
people with disabilities

Photo: People move around in a room filling installation. One person with a wheelchair, one person with a white cane.
© Daniel Müller

The Berlinische Galerie sees itself as a museum for everyone and we provide barrier-free access to exhibitions, events and the café. Tactile floor guidance helps blind and visually impaired visitors to navigate their way around the museum and permanent exhibition. An audio guide provides information on 17 highlights from the Berlinische Galerie’s collection. Tactile models of selected works can be explored by all our visitors.

Information on the accessibility of the museum

Reduced tickets for visitors with dis­abilities

Free entrance for recognised helpers of people with disabilities

Accessible education programme

We run regular tours of our exhibitions for people with disabilities. The programme includes touch tours, tours with or in German Sign Language and tours for people with learning difficulties. Some of our events are inclusively designed and are explicitly aimed at people with and without disabilities.

Photo: Two People are talking in german sign language.
© Daniel Müller

Further offers


One Guide for everyone

Inclusive audio guide to the permanent exhibition with detailed work descriptions and pointers for orientation



Andreas Krüger

Accessibility and Inclusion Officer
Phone +49 030-789 02-832

Museumsdienst Berlin

Phone +49 030-247 49-888