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Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church Accessibility

  3 Star Sage AccessibilityPicture of Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church from the north.

The church actually consists of two buildings: the bombed ruins of the old church and the modern church next door.   The ramp to get to the church entrances is located on the south side of the churches. The modern church has step-free access and the old church can be accessed via a ramp (3 Star Sage Flatness) at the back (east) side of the building. Both churches are step-free on the inside. The useful number 100 and 200 busses stop on the street just north of the churches.

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The main entrance to the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church has 6 steps.

Is there an accessible entrance? Yes, there is a ramp to the south of the two church buildings. If you are at the ramp the new church will be on your left and the old church will be on your right.There is an accessible ramp at the back of the church.  Yes I needed help getting up it when it was covered in ice!

There are no steps to get into the new church, and the door is motion activated.
The old church is accessed via a ramp (3 Star Sage Flatness) at the back (west) side of the building and has a push door.

Where is the closest place that cars/taxis can drop-off people? Taxis can drop-off on the street to the south of the churches.

 Picture of the back door where the accessible ramp is.

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%

Which parts are not accessible? None

Are there loaner wheelchairs? No

Is there an accessible bathroom? No accessible bathroom at either church

Are there guided tours that don’t have to go up stepsNo guided tours

Does advance notice need to be given for…
…handicapped parking? No
…opening of an accessible entrance? No
…loaner wheelchairs? No
…accessible tours? No accessible tours

Is there a discount for someone with a disability and/or their companion? Free for all

Address: Budapester Straße, 10623 Berlin, Germany
Telephone: 49 (0)30 2 18 50 23

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