Information for guests with disabilities

The Toy Museum, located in the heart of Nuremberg's Old town, offers a unique survey of the history of toys. The museum's main entrance is at ground level and accessible without steps, and has a pushbutton-activated automatic door opener.

The ticket counter is designed for inclusive operation. A wheelchair-compatible elevator to the exhibition spaces and a disabled-accessible restroom are available on the ground floor. The ground-floor exhibition also has a tactile paving system for the blind and sight-impaired, together with a large wheelchair-compatible tabletop exhibit.

Two wheelchairs are available at no charge for mobility-impaired visitors. One wheelchair is especially for children, and the other is a classic model that can serve young people and adults of any age or height. Just ask at the ticket desk if you'd like to use one. The coat check area, which is barrier-free, can also be used to park wheelchairs.