Naumburg Cathedral is certified according to the criteria of the "Travel for All" project and bears the seal of approval:
"Accessibility tested - barrier-free for people with walking disabilities and for people with cognitive impairments".
Here you will find all the information you need:
The Naumburg Cathedral is barrier-free. Access to the nave and cloister is step-free. Stairs lead to the east choir and crypt, single steps to the west choir and smaller chapels. In the cloister there are handicapped accessible toilets as well as the cathedral treasury and the access to the cathedral garden. The cathedral treasury vault as well as the exhibition are accessible via a lift. The lift also guarantees access to the exhibition "Way and Works of the Naumburg Master" and to the cathedral library. In the cathedral garden, the network of paths is designed in such a way that almost all areas are accessible without barriers. Wheelchairs can also be borrowed from the entrance desk for the duration of your visit.
Visually-impaired and Hearing-impaired
The audio guide provides detailed information on Naumburg Cathedral and its highlights such as the West Choir with its twelve donor statues, the oldest stone sculpture of St Elizabeth or the new window designed by Neo Rauch in the Chapel of St Elizabeth and other works of art. The Cathedral Treasury Vault with its distinguished artistic and cultural artefacts is also described in great detail.
Art to touch: The hand rails designed by Heinrich Apel at the entrance to the East Choir “St Francis and the animals” and “The narrow path to paradise” can be touched by visitors in all their detail.
You can also book our guided tours as a group with deaf or hearing-impaired people. Please bring a sign language interpreter with you on the tour.
We also offer a guided tour of the cathedral given in plain language.
Please call if you would like to book a tour.
Tel: 00 49 34 45 - – 23 01 13 3
Our website is also written in plain language.
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