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Museum of the Wall at Checkpoint Charlie (Mauermuseum Haus am Chekpoint Charlie)

  3 Star Sage AccessibilityThe step-free entrance to the Museum of the Wall is through the gift shop at Friedrichstrasse and Kochstrasse.

This is one of the best museums in Berlin with authentic artifacts from the Cold War, the Wall, and escape attempts. It is definitely worth a visit even though only half of it has step-free access. Use the step-free entrance to the gift shop and a staff member will escort you to an elevator to the first floor of the exhibit. A second elevator gets you to the second floor, but you will also have to navigate -3, +3, and +3 steps.

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Is there an The staff will lead you 1 block to the north where this step-free entrance and an elevator bring you into the museum.accessible entrance?  Yes, there is a step-free entrance to the gift shop at the southwest corner of the building (the intersection of Friedrichstrasse & Kochstrasse). From there the staff will take you to the elevators to the exhibits.

Is the door push/pull, revolving, automated by a button, or motion activated? Pull

Where is the closest place that cars/taxis can drop-off people? On Kochstrasse street to the south of the building

Are there cobblestones or hills leading to the entrance?  No hills or cobblestones

What percentage of the attraction can be viewed without having to go up steps?  50%

Which parts are not accessible?  Staff will lead you to an elevator half a block to the west that will bring you to the 1st floor where there is -3, +3 and +3 steps. There is no ramp or elevator to get past these steps. After going down and up these steps, you can see the first floor which is half of the museum. After seeing this part of the museum, the staff will take you back outside where you will go a block to the north to a different elevator which will bring you to the 2nd floor. There are no steps on this floor and you can see the other half of the museum.

Are there loaner wheelchairs?  No

Is there an accessible bathroom?  Yes, on 1st floor
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 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?  No

Address: Friedrichstraße 43, 10969 Berlin, Germany
Telephone: 49 (0)30 253725-0

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