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Berlin Neues Museum Disabled Access
Review

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The Neues Museum has a variety of artifacts from
prehistoric, Egyptian, Greek, and Roman times, the most famous of
which i...
Is there an accessible entrance? Yes, there is a ramp to the west of
the building

Is the door push/pull, revolving, autom...
Are there cobblestones or hills leading to the entrance? No
cobblestones or hills.
What percentage of the attraction can b...
Are there loaner wheelchairs? Yes, three
Is there an accessible bathroom? Yes
Is the door wide enough for a wheelchair? Ye...
Does advance notice need to be given for…
…admittance? Yes, tickets have a time for admittance because of the
large crowds...
We look forward to making your accessible dream vacation a reality!

Call Us: 1-888-645-7920

Contact us at info@sagetrave...
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Berlin Neues Museum Disabled Access Review

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The Neues Museum has a variety of artifacts from prehistoric, Egyptian, Greek, and Roman times, the most famous of which is the bust of Nefertiti. It is step-free throughout and currently requires a ticket with an entrance time. Europe Disabled Travel Advice, Accessible Tours Hotels, Accessible Holidays, Disabled Guided Tours By www.sagetraveling.com.

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Berlin Neues Museum Disabled Access Review

  1. 1. Berlin Neues Museum Disabled Access Review www.sagetraveling.com/Neues-Museum-Accessibility
  2. 2. The Neues Museum has a variety of artifacts from prehistoric, Egyptian, Greek, and Roman times, the most famous of which is the bust of Nefertiti. • It is step-free throughout and currently requires a ticket with an entrance time. • Visit the nearby Pergamon Museum beforehand and buy a Neues Museum ticket for 2 ½ to 3 hrs later. www.sagetraveling.com
  3. 3. Is there an accessible entrance? Yes, there is a ramp to the west of the building Is the door push/pull, revolving, automated by a button, or motion activated? Staff checking tickets can open door Where is the closest place that cars/taxis can drop-off people? On Bodestrasse street to the south of the building www.sagetraveling.com
  4. 4. Are there cobblestones or hills leading to the entrance? No cobblestones or hills. What percentage of the attraction can be viewed without having to go up steps? 100% is accessed via either of the elevators Which parts are not accessible? All exhibits are accessible www.sagetraveling.com
  5. 5. Are there loaner wheelchairs? Yes, three Is there an accessible bathroom? Yes Is the door wide enough for a wheelchair? Yes Are there grab bars? Yes Is there a space to position a wheelchair next to the toilet? Yes Are there guided tours that don’t have to go up steps? No www.sagetraveling.com
  6. 6. Does advance notice need to be given for… …admittance? Yes, tickets have a time for admittance because of the large crowds due to its recent opening. Buy one beforehand at the Pergamon Museum (which takes about 2 ½ hours to see) …handicapped parking? No …opening of an accessible entrance? No …loaner wheelchairs? Reservations are possible, call 266 424242 …accessible tours? No Is there a discount for someone with a disability and/or their companion? Yes, half-price for someone with at least 50% disability and free for a companion of that person. Address: Bodestraße 4, 10178 Berlin, Germany Telephone: +49 (0)30 266 42-4242 Website: http://www.neues-museum.de/ Email: service@smb.museum www.sagetraveling.com
  7. 7. We look forward to making your accessible dream vacation a reality! Call Us: 1-888-645-7920 Contact us at info@sagetraveling.com www.sagetraveling.com/Neues-Museum-Accessibility

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