Despite our spatial limitations, we strive to make programmes for guests with special needs possible.
Guided tour in DGS (German sign language) for visitors with hearing impairments
Last year, the Käthe Kollwitz Museum hosted a series of exhibition talks in German sign language for the first time, which will continue after the move. We cordially invite you to visit the museum from autumn 2022 at its new location in the Theaterbau at Charlottenburg Palace and to take this further step with us towards a barrier-free and inclusive museum.
The approx. 90-minute exhibition talks are aimed at deaf visitors whose native language is German Sign Language, as well as at a sign-language competent audience.
We inform in time about new dates.
for visitors with and without visual impairments
The sculptural work of Käthe Kollwitz – close enough to touch
The Käthe Kollwitz Museum offers the possibility not only to deal with a variety of sculptures haptically, but also to get to know some selected graphic works through tactile models. The guided tour leads visitors through the chronologically arranged permanent exhibition. Conversations in front of the works are supported by motor, sensory, and cognitive methods. Afterwards, the presenters invite you to a conversation and exchange of experiences.