Notes on accessibility
Pillnitz Palace & Park can comfortably be visited by wheelchair users. This is facilitated by:
- 3 wheelchair elevators at the Palaces and in the Palm House
- walkways in Pillnitz Park that are easy to move on
- only a few inclinations in the paths in the Park
- the Visitor Center to be accessed freely
In the museum, there are a few thresholds (of about 2 inches).
Unfortunately, the Palace Kitchen in the basement of the New Palace is not freely accessible for people with disabilities.
The flight of stairs at the Hillside Palace can only be accessed from the Elbe River cycle path coming up river from downtown Dresden. From the Lilac Courtyard, a historical staircase prevents unhindered access.
Die Schlossküche im Untergeschoss des Neuen Palais ist leider nicht barrierefrei zugänglich.
Exclusive guided tours for people with dementia and their family
Guided tour of Pillnitz Park for people with dementia »Key to one’s mind. Experience culture – despite dementia!«
During this tour, people with dementia, their family or assisting persons can experience various areas of the Pillnitz Park by addressing their senses. With the help of small objects and plants, bridges are built between the different spheres of perception. By targeted stimulation of the senses, they will immerse into the courtly culture and the environment of the Pillnitz Park.
|Time:||all year round|
|Duration:||1 – 1.5 h|
|Fee:||EUR 60.00 (max. 20 people, including max. 10 people with dementia)|
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