Because of its historical layout, the Tucher Mansion itself is unfortunately not wheelchair accessible. But concerts and events at the Hirsvogel Hall and the Renaissance Garden can be accessed at ground level via the Treibberg entrance.
This is the usual entrance for special events; any exceptions will be announced separately. In those exceptional cases, our staff will be glad to open up the Treibberg entrance for you. Ask for information at the above phone number during regular museum hours.
Some of the pathways in the Renaissance Garden are gravel rather than paved, and may be difficult for unaccompanied visitors with walking impairments or in wheelchairs.
A wheelchair-accessible toilet is available in the entrance area of the Hirsvogel Hall.
We regret that no parking is available. Disabled visitors are welcome to use the fire lane when boarding and alighting from vehicles.
The Hirsvogel Hall has been equipped with an audio induction loop since 2014. It masks out distracting noise so that the audio system receives only the input from the microphone itself. Be sure to activate your "T" telecoil.