The Neanderthal Museum and the Höhlenblick tower are barrier-free. On this page you will find all the relevant information and answers to the most frequently asked questions about accessibility. Our booking team is also available to answer your questions at any time: 02104 9797-15

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The most important facts at a glance

  • Barrier-free certified exhibition and tower Höhlenblick
  • Floor guidance system, tactile objects and a mobile game guide visitors through the permanent exhibition
  • Barrier-free catering, car parks and WCs
  • Text reader for permanent exhibition in print & digital incl. easy language
  • Barrier-free bookable offers
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Eine Frau mit Blindenstock steht an einer tastbaren Übersichtskarte im Museum

Floor guidance system & tactile objects

A floor guidance system, various tactile objects and an audio guide in German and English will guide you safely through the exhibition and turn your visit into an experience. You can download the audio guide (Neanderthal app) to your smartphone at home using the button below.

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Barrier-free catering, car parks and WCs

The museum café at the end of the exhibition is barrier-free. Marked barrier-free parking spaces are available in the central car park P1 directly in front of the museum. There is a wheelchair-accessible toilet in the basement of the museum (accessible via lift).

Beim Bestimmungstag wird ein Feuerstein Faustkeil im Höhlenraum präsentiert


Programme for the visually impaired and blind

We sit around a cosy table and experience the development of mankind with all our senses. You will gradually be handed 10-20 artefacts, fossils and models that you can see, smell, taste, touch and hear.

FAQ - frequently asked questions about accessibility