The entire exhibition space is accessible to wheelchair users.
All public areas have elevator access. Parts of the grounds of the Jewish Museum Berlin have historical paving stones, which affects access to the group entrance and the museum garden. The space between the stelae in the Garden of Exile is unfortunately slightly too narrow for a wheelchair.
The main entrance can be accessed via a stair-free path with a roughly 9 percent incline. The axes in the Libeskind building have inclines between 2.65 percent (toward the stairs) and 3.9 percent (toward the Holocaust Tower). They slope downward up to 1.5 percent side-to-side. The Glass Courtyard is accessible via two ramps on the sides.
All the public rooms in the Academy are also wheelchair accessible.
The coat room has wheelchairs, which you may borrow during your visit. You can also reserve a wheelchair by emailing email@example.com.
Directly in front of the entrance of the Jewish Museum Berlin, there are two parking spaces for visitors with disabled parking permits ("Blue Badges").
The Jewish Museum Berlin has two disabled-access toilets. One is located near the rear entrance to the Old Building at the foot of the stairs to the upper level; the other is located on the lower level of the Libeskind building.
If you have any further questions about your museum visit, please contact our Visitors' Service department, which would be happy to help.
Tel.: +49 (0)30 259 93 300
Fax: +49 (0)30 259 93 566