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An older woman and a child stand on opposite sides of an exhibition table. The table features a hands-on 3D plan of the exhibition. The woman holds the handset of an audio station to her ear. Both the woman and the child are touching the 3D plan.


A museum for everyone! We want to offer a positive informative, social and cultural experience to as many visitors as possible. This is why we are actively working to become a barrier-free, inclusive and diverse museum.

A museum for everyone!

The Stiftung Deutsches Technikmuseum Berlin is working to make exhibitions and educational programs accessible to all visitors. Most of our buildings, exhibition and event rooms are accessible by wheelchair. Exceptions are the exhibition on film technology and historical objects such as the historical brewery and the windmills in the museum park.

On presentation of a disabled pass, visitors receive reduced admission. Free admission applies to recognized accompanying persons.

How to get there

  •     Gleisdreieck subway station is barrier-free: U1, U2, U3
  •     Möckernbrücke subway station is not wheelchair accessible: U1, U3, U7
  •     S-Bahn station Anhalter Bahnhof is barrier-free: S1, S2, S25, S26
  •     Disabled parking spaces near the entrances
  •     Barrier-free pathway with polished paving stones on the forecourt and in the historic loading street

Museum building

  • Stepless entrance to the main building of the German Museum of Technology
  • Entrance via a ramp to the Science Center Spectrum and the exhibition area in the loading road
  • Button for door opening
  • Museum stores and museum restaurants are barrier-free.
  • Disabled toilets in all parts of the building
  • For the loan of folding wheelchairs at the checkroom, please register in advance (by e-mail to info@technikmuseum.berlin). A limited number of buggies are available for small children.
  • Assistance dogs are allowed in all areas.


  • In the entrance area of Deutsches Technikmuseum, an information desk with tactile orientation plans, models, audio and texts in Braille provides information on the themes of the permanent exhibitions.
  • The museum park can be experienced via a tactile guidance and information system. However, due to the historic cobblestones, the park is only partiallyaccessible by wheelchair.
  • The historic brewery, Bock windmill and Dutch mill in the museum park are not barrier-free.
  • The exhibition on film technology can only be reached via a staircase.


  • Quiz in German sign language available via the German Museum of Technology app
  • Public tactile tours for blind, visually impaired and sighted children and adults
  • Bookable guided tours for German learners

Please address your questions and feedback on our barrier-free and inclusive offers or on the accessibility of the buildings to Judith Bauernfeind. All employees are happy to help you on site.


Judith Bauernfeind

Curator for Outreach

Tel 030 90 254 486