As part of the national designation “Travel for Everyone”, the HNF has been certified and now bears the distinction “accessibility certified”.
Most areas of the Heinz Nixdorf Museums Forum are barrier-free and accessible to wheelchairs. Below you can find an overview of important information on this topic.
Two elevators bring you to all floors.
The entire permanent exhibition and the special exhibitions are wheelchair friendly.
Designated companions of people with disabilities are admitted free of charge.
The bistro on the lower level can be reached by taking the elevator.
A special tour offers blind and visually impaired people the opportunity to experience the museum haptically.
Guide dogs are welcome in the entire museum and the bistro.
The foyer and the event rooms on the ground floor have stone, parquet and carpet floors. Both the permanent exhibition on the first and second floor and the special exhibitions have linoleum and parquet floors.
There are two defibrillators, one each on the ground floor and the third floor in the staircase.
A first-aid room is located in the basement. If you require first aid, please contact the museum staff.
Cloakrooms and lockers can be found in the basement of the museum and are wheelchair friendly.
The bus stop for line 11 of the Padersprinter is located directly in front of the HNF. The path from the bus stop to the museum is wheelchair friendly.
Four parking spaces for those with disabilities are available directly in front of the building.
If required, a wheelchair can be borrowed from reception.
All seminar rooms and the auditorium are wheelchair friendly.
Convenient folding chairs are available at no extra cost for the duration of your visit. They can be found at the beginning of the tour on the first floor and in the special exhibitions on the third floor. In addition, the corners of the exhibition are designated quiet zones with benches.
A toilet for those with disabilities is located in the basement.