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Castle complex / Exhibition rooms

Unfortunately, the castle complex Veste Oberhaus itself is not accessible for the disabled. As a public institution, however, we are working hard on special accessibility concepts. We ask for your understanding that not all of the listed buildings at Veste Oberhaus can be made fully accessible. Nevertheless, we would like to open our doors to visitors with disabilities. There are many possibilities for inclusion –contact us to find out which areas of the museum you can visit.
The New Rampart viewpoint can be reached from the car park via a paved path with an elevator. Please note, however, that the path on the New Rampart is not paved, and an accompanying person is recommended. The Outer and Inner Bailey at Veste Oberhaus contain surfaces of gravel, grass, or uneven paving stones.
The Observation Tower, the exhibition rooms, St George’s Chapel and the viewpoint Linde Battery have no disabled access. Please note that the "Cold/Dark-Room" within the exhibition "Fascination Middle Ages - Earthly Life" could be a potential trigger for some people (e.g. with ASS).


The ticket office and the museum shop at the Oberhausmuseum can be reached via three steps. Disabled people pay a reduced admission fee. Admission is free for accompanying persons registered on the disability card.

Car park

The car park at the sports field above Veste Oberhaus has a specially marked public disabled parking area.


The shuttle bus is unfortunately not suitable for wheelchair users (high entry). The shuttle bus stop within the castle complex is located outside the gate tower leading to the Outer Bailey. 

Guided tours

We offer guided tours for registered groups with their own sign-language interpreter. Contact with a local interpreter can also be arranged on request.


Unfortunately there is currently no wheelchair-accessible toilet in the Oberhausmuseum. There is a public toilet with disabled access at the sports field above the castle complex that can be opened with a Euro key.


The Oberhausmuseum has folding stools that can also be used as walking aids. You can find them at the ticket office and take them with you into the museum's exhibitions and outdoor areas.


The lockers are located in the entrance area of the museum, and can be reached at ground level.


The restaurant "Das Oberhaus" has disabled access.  


If you have questions or feedback, please contact:

Veste Oberhaus | Oberhausmuseum
Eva Sattlegger
Phone: +49 851 396817


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