Accessibility

Visiting with disabilities

Getting here and access to the castle

Arriving by car

We generally recommend arriving by car. The steeply sloping access to the castle courtyard is closed off with a barrier. Visitors with reduced mobility may enter the courtyard (please use the intercom).

We kindly ask you to park your car afterwards at the official, free car park about 200 metres below the castle. There are no official parking spaces for people with disabilities.

Arriving by bus and train

Travel by public transport is not recommended for persons with reduced mobility. Bus lines only run to the village square. The ascent from the bus stop to the castle is not suitable for wheelchair users.

Barrier-free visits to the castle and restaurant

Due to the historical nature of the building, parts of the castle complex and larger exhibition areas can only be reached via stairs.

Castle courtyard

The courtyard with the castle restaurant is gravelled but wheelchair accessible.

Museum and exhibition

  • Wheelchair users: The exhibition rooms and the archaeological outdoor area of the exhibition are not suitable for wheelchair users.
  • Blind and visually impaired visitors: The exhibition is only suitable for blind and visually impaired visitors with an assistant. There is no Braille labelling.
  • Hearing impaired: The exhibition does not have an induction loop system. On the Habsburg Kings' Route and in the exhibition there is a lot of written information about the castle and family history.
  • People with intellectual disabilities: There are no labels in simple language.

Toilet facilities

There is a WC suitable for the disabled at the Habsburg Castle restaurant. Please note the restaurant opening hours (in German).

Access to the castle restaurant

The restaurant is accessible from the main entrance without barriers.

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