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MUSEUMS in Dortmund


Kartenlink
Dortmunder U
Di+Mi 11-18, Do+Fr 11-20, Sa/So/Fei 11-18 Uhr
Leonie-Reygers-Terrasse, 44137 Dortmund
0231-5024723


The Dortmunder U was built in 1926/1927 as a "fermentation and storage cellar" for the Dortmunder Union brewery and is a listed building. The city of Dortmund had the "Dortmunder U" converted into a center for art and creativity for the European Capital of Culture - RUHR.2010. Today it houses the Ostwall Museum and the Hartware Medienkunstverein, among other things.

There are seven disabled parking spaces in the multi-storey car park. The path in front of the entrance is easy to walk and drive on, access to the building is at ground level and without steps. The door widths are suitable for wheelchair users. All rooms that can be used and accessed by visitors are on the ground floor or can be reached by elevator.

There are designated wheelchair spaces in the cinema hall. These are stepless and can be reached with a maximum incline of 6%.

Guided tours for people with walking disabilities and wheelchair users are offered by prior arrangement.

The cinema in the U has an inductive audio system. The public area in the U is equipped with a guidance system for the visually impaired. A further expansion is planned.

Disabled toilets are available on the ground floor and 5th floor. A Euro key is required for the toilets.

Guided tours for people with visual impairments and blind people are available on request. Tactile objects are available for the guided tours. An audio guide is available that can be operated independently by people with visual impairments and the blind.
There are seven disabled parking spaces in the multi-storey car park.
A wheelchair-accessible elevator is available. All rooms that can be used and accessed by visitors are on the ground floor or can be reached by elevator.
Disabled toilets are available on the ground floor and 5th floor. A Euro key is required for the toilets.
The cinema in the Dortmunder U has an inductive audio system.
An audio guide is available that can be operated independently by people with visual impairments and the blind.
Assistance dogs are allowed.
Guided tours for people with visual impairments and blind people are available on request. Tactile objects are available for the guided tours. An audio guide is available that can be operated independently by people with visual impairments and the blind.
Guided tours are offered in plain language for guests with cognitive impairments. Pre-registration for the tour is necessary.
Information on the exhibits is partly provided in easy-to-understand language and is partly presented in photo-realistic form.

The guided tour for people with cognitive impairments is held in easy language. Pre-registration for the tour is necessary.





Kartenlink
Museum Ostwall im Dortmunder U
Di,Mi,Sa,So 11-18, Do/Fr 11-20 h
Leonie-Reygers-Terrasse 2, 44137 Dortmund
0231-5023247


The Museum Ostwall (MO) is the city of Dortmund`s museum for art from the 20th and 21st centuries. For 60 years it had its headquarters "Am Ostwall", since 2010 it has been in the Dortmund U - Center for Art and Creativity.

There are seven disabled parking spaces in the multi-storey car park. Access to the building is at ground level and stepless via the main entrance. All levels of the house can be reached via the barrier-free elevator. The Ostwall Museum is located on the fourth, fifth and sixth floors of the building

All rooms that can be used and accessed by visitors are on the ground floor or can be reached by elevator.

There are designated wheelchair spaces in the cinema hall. These are stepless and can be reached with a maximum incline of 6%.

Guided tours for people with walking disabilities and wheelchair users are offered by prior arrangement.

Disabled toilets are available on the ground floor and 5th floor. A Euro key is required for the toilets. Please report to reception.

Guided tours for people with visual impairments and blind people are available on request. Tactile objects are available for the guided tours. An audio guide is available that can be operated independently by people with visual impairments and the blind.

Assistance dogs are allowed.

The public area in the Dortmunder U is equipped with a guidance system for the visually impaired.
There are seven disabled parking spaces in the multi-storey car park.
Access to the building is at ground level and stepless via the main entrance. The Ostwall Museum is located on the fourth, fifth and sixth floors of the building.
All levels of the house can be reached via the barrier-free elevator.
Disabled toilets are available on the ground floor and on the 5th floor. A Euro key is required for the toilets. Please report to reception.
The public area in the Dortmunder U is equipped with a guidance system for the visually impaired.

Guided tours for people with visual impairments and blind people are available on request. Tactile objects are available for the guided tours.

An audio guide is available that can be operated independently by people with visual impairments and the blind.
Assistance dogs are allowed.
An audio guide is available that can be operated independently by people with visual impairments and the blind.
Information on the exhibits is partly provided in easy-to-understand language and is partly presented in photo-realistic form.

The guided tour for people with cognitive impairments is held in easy language. Pre-registration for the tour is necessary.
The guided tour for people with cognitive impairments is held in easy language. Pre-registration for the tour is necessary.