The following information is designed to help visitors with mobility or sensory impairments prepare for their trip. Here you will find information about accessibility in accommodation and museums as well as practical tips. For further information please contact Weimar Tourist Information.
Guided tours in sign language, better sound quality for people with hearing aids, audio guides to help you explore the city at your own pace - Weimar has a lot to offer in terms of accessibility.
Special tours are available for visitors with reduced mobility, with different routes and paces. Sign language and i-Guide tours are also available.
Some of Weimar's museums are accessible without barriers. The conditions there and in the other historic buildings are explained in detail below.
The weimarhalle, Deutsches Nationaltheater Weimar DNT (with assistance, limited seating) and the mon ami cultural centre are wheelchair accessible.
Lowered buses make your journey comfortable and provide mobility in Weimar. In addition many buses are equipped with ramps.
Some of Weimar's hotels have barriere-free rooms. They also offer packages with cultural or culinray modules.
Special parking zones for disabled people (special permission needed) are reserved in the entire city centre. The list also includes suitable public restrooms.