Getting here and access to the castle
Arriving by car
Visitors with reduced mobility can park at the rear entrance of the castle by appointment (follow the "Lieferanten/Behinderte" sign). From this entrance (ring the bell at "Museum Aargau") a lift leads to the castle courtyard.
Please note: there are only a few parking spaces available at this entrance. We kindly ask you to leave your car in the general car park afterwards. There are no official parking spaces for people with reduced mobility.
Arriving by bus and train
Bus line 391 runs hourly between Lenzburg railway station and the castle (bus stop "Lenzburg, Schloss"). The journey time is eight minutes. The steep ascent from the bus stop at the castle car park to the castle grounds is not suitable for wheelchair users.
Barrier-free access to the castle
Due to the historical nature of the buildings, parts of the complex and larger exhibition areas can only be reached via stairs without a stair lift.
The yard is gravelled but wheelchair accessible.
Museum and exhibition
- Wheelchair users: The exhibition rooms are not suitable for wheelchair users.
- Blind and visually impaired: The exhibition is not suitable for blind and visually impaired visitors. There is no Braille labelling.
- Hearing impaired: The exhibition does not have an induction loop system.
- People with intellectual disabilities: There are no labels in simple language.
There is a disabled WC in the "Ritterhaus" building (access via the courtyard). Further toilets are located in the courtyard and in the museum.
Access to the castle bistro
The bistro at Lenzburg Castle is accessible for wheelchair users.