Gods Recreated

Due to the castle’s steep spiral staircases leading to the basement, the special exhibition Gods Recreated is unfortunately not suitable for individuals with mobility impairments and/or wheelchair users. We apologize for any inconvenience. Access to the exhibition’s introductory room on the ground floor is available through the Rose/former dining Hall.

Drop-off and parking

There are two parking bays for cars with a handicap permit (sign mandatory) in the Outer Courtyard (The Fountain Courtyard). They are located on the right-hand side of the Gate Tower. There is also the option of dropping off disabled visitors in the Outer Courtyard.

Please be aware that all outdoor areas are cobbled.

Handicapped accessible entrance

There is a wheelchair-friendly entrance to the right of the main entrance. Press the button to call for assistance.

Lift and Handicap Toilet

There is a lift connecting all floors of the museum. With the exception of the Castle Chapel and the Great Hall, wheelchair users can visit the Museum. If the ten steps can be managed, there is a wheelchair available in the Great Hall. Unfortunately, wheelchair users cannot visit the exhibition area in the former wine cellar below the King’s wing.

There is a handicap toilet in the Princess wing basement, which can be accessed from the lift.

Loan of wheelchairs

The Museum has two wheelchairs, which can be borrowed from the ticket office.

Guide dogs

Authorised guide and assistance dogs are welcome in the Museum.