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Dear Mrs. Hope, I was a visitor and for that I am not sure wether I can assist you. Maybe the answer to your question is the information on the homepage of the museum: “...Information for visitors with disabilities ... Mehr
Dear Mrs. Hope, I was a visitor and for that I am not sure wether I can assist you. Maybe the answer to your question is the information on the homepage of the museum: “...Information for visitors with disabilities Parking spaces for visitors with disabilities are located immediately next to the museum’s entrance. Both the entrance area and the box office are fully accessible. The box office offers visitors a barrier-free plan of the museum. Accessible toilets are available throughout the Open Air Museum and marked on the site maps. Although some roads and paths are cobbled, many sections of the routes have special surfacing that can be easily used by wheelchairs and mobility scooters. Unfortunately, numerous reconstructed buildings do not offer barrier-free access due to their historic structural conditions (steep steps, narrow doors and small rooms). We apologize for the inconvenience. Please be assured that we do our best trying to consider the needs of all our visitors when planning new projects and measures. Our new, modern exhibition building, the Stable Barn from Asterode (Northern Hesse Ensemble), offers over 300 square meters of accessible exhibition space. The Synagogue from Groß-Umstadt (Southern Hesse Ensemble) will soon have an accessible entry ramp. Need assistance? We are happy to help prepare your visit. Please give our team a call under 06081 588-0. ...“ Please check the visitor information found on the homepage. Best greetings.