Munich is one of the most popular destinations in Germany and offers numerous sights, interesting museums, green parks and many leisure activities. There is always something to discover in and around Munich. These are our suggestions for a barrier-free holiday in Munich!
- Important links
- Questions on site
- Discover Munich's sights
- Museums in Munich
- Leisure activities in Munich
- Excursions from Munich
- Evening programme: from opera to musicals
- Renting wheelchairs, rollators or electric scooters in Munich
- General information: Accommodation, events, food & drink, etc.
Detailed information can be found on the pages of the Disability Advisory Board of the City of Munich.
Kultur barrierefrei München offers a comprehensive overview of cultural offerings.
Questions on site can be answered by the Tourist Information in Munich.
There are many ways to discover Munich's sights barrier-free:
Our trained guides show people who also want to travel and experience something in old age, for young and old, for people with and without restrictions, the most beautiful sides of the city in a way that is specially adapted to you on a barrier-free guided tour.
With "vui Gfui", i.e. with "lots of feeling" and "lots of emotion", people with visual impairments discover the highlights of Munich (different languages available).
The blue buses of the Munich city tours also all have folding ramps (different dimensions) and a place for a wheelchair. The tours start in Sonnenstraße - Karlsplatz 21 - next to the Hotel Buddy.
You can get a beautiful view of Munich from the Neues Rathaus on Marienplatz. There is a viewing platform on the 9th floor of the city hall tower. The lift can be reached via the passage to the state courtyard.
You can get a great view all the way to the Alps from the observation deck of the Olympiaturm in the Olympiapark one of the tallest towers in Europe.
Experience the Deutsches Museum with all your senses and discover the many stations to touch, see and hear.
The Haus der Kunst am Englischen Garten is one of the world's leading museums of contemporary art.
The Neue Sammlung in the Pinakothek der Moderne offers the largest design collection in the world with around 120,000 objects.
The NS Dokumentationszentrum conveys the history of National Socialism with a view to the present and the future in exhibitions, events and projects.
The Museum Mensch und Natur (Man and Nature Museum) is a natural history museum in the northern part of Nymphenburg Palace.
The DenkStätte Weiße Rose (White Rose Memorial) at the atrium of Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität is a central place of remembrance for the history of student resistance.
The State Museum of Egyptian Art takes you into the world of the pharaohs.
Nymphenburg Palace is one of the largest palaces in Germany and, with its park, offers a beautiful excursion destination in the city.
Visit the Allianz Arena, the football temple in the north of the city.
The Hellabrunn Zoo is home to around 18,500 animals and you have an unobstructed view of all the enclosures. Only the aquarium in the basement is accessible via stairs.
Explore the impressive underwater world at SEA LIFE Munich. All levels can be reached via a lift.
Petuelpark is a barrier-free park in the north of the city and has a beautiful barrier-free playground.
In the Bavaria Filmstadt you can look behind the scenes and learn more about film and television.
Many parks and gardens offer relaxation from the hustle and bustle of the big city.
At Riemer See, an artificial lake in the east of Munich, there is a bathing area with a ramp for wheelchair users into the lake.
The company Münchner Stadtrundfahrten also offers many excursions from Munich.
SBS Fahrdienst München also offers barrier-free excursions and city tours in and around Munich.
Experience that Broadway feeling at the Deutsches Theater.
At the GOP Varieté Theatre in Munich you can experience acrobatics, comedy shows or magic performances.
International musicians play at the celebrated jazz club Unterfahrt.
The VON SCHLIEBEN health centre on Karlsplatz / Stachus rents out wheelchairs, rollators, electric scooters and toilet chairs.
At Leihzig.de you can rent travel wheelchairs, walking frames or even walking aids or crutches for 6 hours, for one or several days up to a month.
The TravelScoot is a lightweight and compact electric scooter that folds up quickly, fits in virtually any car boot and can be hired for travel.
You can find accommodation in Munich that is suitable for people with disabilities using this search filter.
You can also visit the many events such as the Dulten, the Oktoberfest or the Christkindlmarkt in Munich. You can find more information on parking, how to get there and sanitary facilities here.
A visit to a restaurant is a must during your stay in Munich. You can find an overview of barrier-free restaurants and cafés here. Many restaurants and beer gardens are also looking forward to your visit.
Also interesting: Barrier-free through Munich: The most important information can also be found compiled on the pages of the City of Munich.