The underground car park "Q-Park-Schlossgarage" in front of the Hessisches Landesmuseum Darmstadt is accessible for visitors with restricted mobility. Please use the entrance "Cityring" and turn right to the parking area "Karolinenplatz/Welcome Hotel". Accessible parking lots are marked.
To reach the museum from the car park, please use the elevators to the Welcome Hotel (level 0).
Visitors with restricted mobility and visitors with prams can access the museum via the museum shop on the west side. The museum shop is located next to the museum café.
Admission is free for visitors with a special note on their disabled pass and for one accompanying person.
Visitors who use the accessible entrance via the museum shop can buy their admission ticket there.
Accessibility of the exhibition areas
The individual exhibition areas and the Study Room for Prints and Drawings can be reached via wheelchair-accessible lifts. You can find further information in our floorplan.
The contents of two exhibition areas (Laaxer Spange and mezzanine floors in the Picture Gallery) could not be made accessible to visitors with restricted mobility due to the historical building situation.
Informations on the "Block Beuys"
The circular path through the exhibition rooms of the "Block Beuys“ has narrow sections with a width of only 50 cm. You are therefore only permitted to enter or drive through the rooms at your own risk. Please do not touch the works of art and do not enter or drive on the yellow line in Room 1. Felt and copper in the transition from Room 2 to Room 3 may be walked and driven on.
As the entire "Block Beuys" is not accessible to visitors with restricted mobility, a media station has been set up to give you a visual tour of all seven rooms.
The location of the media station can be found on the floorplan.
The museum café is accessible via the museum shop. The outdoor area of the café (Rodensteiner Hof) is unfortunately not accessible for visitors in wheelchairs.
Offers on site
Visitors with visual impairments can use the tactile models in the exhibition.