The city of Ulm/Neu-Ulm prides itself with an inclusion project that has enabled state-of-the-art and barrier-free tourist navigation on the Danube. The excursion boat ›Ulmer Spatz‹ was converted between 2013–2015 to become fully accessible to all guests. The piers close to the Metzgerturm tower and the Friedrichsau meadow were also modernised. For more information on our accessbile river cruise klick here.
Our sensory garden is also designed in such a way as to be accessible to all people. It allows visitors to enjoy a wide variety of olfactory and tactile experiences. This little oasis of calm is situated right at the city centre close to the Kobelgraben moat. A general map provides an overview of the various symbols referring to shrubs and flower beds, the fountain or the banks. You can use our guidance system to feel your way through Germany's oldest sensory garden.
Accessibility in the city centre
Wheelchairs can be borrowed at the Tourist Information (deposit 100 EUR). Please give notice at firstname.lastname@example.org. Wheelchairs can only be borrowed within the opening hours of the tourist information desk. Rentals are only possible in combination with a tour.
A town right at your fingertips
A newly designed touch model made of bronze has been displayed at the Münsterplatz square since 2011, providing a true-to-scale representation of all 503 buildings situated in the city centre of Ulm.
Tour for travelers in wheelchairs
This tour is designed to meet the special requirements of wheelchair users. It includes visiting Ulm Minster and the romantic old town.
Duration: approx. 2 hours
Fee per group:
108.00 EUR (german)
124.00 EUR (foreign language)