Do you need assistance for your visit at the Staatsgalerie? Here you will find a range of basic information on accessibility to help you plan your visit and stay at the Staatsgalerie.
Our guided tour service will also be happy to assist you with any individual questions or access needs. For all basic enquiries, suggestions and cooperation on inclusion and accessibility, please feel free to contact our barrier-free visitor experience team.
Team accessible visitor experience
Anna Arnold T +49 711 470 40 - 472
Susanne Kohlheyer T +49 711 470 40 - 470
Guided tour service:
T +49 711 470 40 - 0
For your admission, you pay the reduced admission price for the collection ( 5 €) and the special exhibitions ( 10 €) respectively upon presentation of a disabled person's card (with an impairment of 50 % or more). Your registered companion receives free admission to the collection and the special exhibition.
The Staatsgalerie is barrier-free accessible.
Accessibility in the building Bild
The Staatsgalerie comprises three large architectures (Alte Staatsgalerie, Stirling-Bau and Steib-Bau) that are interconnected. The collection and exhibition rooms are distributed over the three buildings on two floors, each accessible by lift.
The entrance is on the terrace of the Stirling Building. With the purchase of the entrance ticket, every visitor receives a plan of the building structure with relevant information on the wayfinding system including lifts and sanitary facilities. The staff on site will be happy to answer any questions you may have. Barrier-free toilets are located on the ground floor of the Alte Staatsgalerie and in the Stirling Bau.
Support wheelchairs, walkers, visitors' chairs
If required, wheelchairs and walkers can be borrowed free of charge in the foyer. Please ask for them at the cloakroom.
If you have a special impairment such as visual impairment, inability to walk or dementia, we can also provide you with an accompanying person by prior arrangement.
In order to be able to rest every now and then during the tour, we recommend the free loan of portable visitor chairs. Please ask for them at the cloakroom.
For people with disabilities, service dogs for which proof is provided are permitted as companion dogs for visiting the collection and exhibition rooms. Pre-registration is not required.