Accessibility in Carnuntum

Wheelchair access

Roman City Quarter (limited accessibility)

From the car park you can reach the cashier's desk and a central information stand in the grounds of the park with a wheelchair. From here you have a view over the open-air museum and films help you to gain a perspective of the interior of the buildings. In the reconstructed roman buildings there are some stairs and unevenesses. The roman streets are only limited accessible with wheelchairs and strollers. You can visit the roman baths and villa urbana by using mobile ramps (length 208,5 cm, inner width 76 cm, capacity 350 kg, weigth15,8 kg). These mobile ramps, such as wheelchairs and carrier chairs are available for your use. If you need some of these auxiliary means please let us know a few days in advance. Toilets for the disabled are right beside the main entrance.

Infoinsel × OK

(1) information stand

Eingang Therme×OK

(2) entry roman baths

Römerstraße×OK

(3) roman street

Mobile Rampe×OK

(4) mobile ramps

Military City's Amphitheatre

From the car park you can reach the ticket office and the exhibition room. Assistance will be necessary to access the arena via the lawn. There is room for wheelchairs in the spectator stands. There are no toilets available for the disabled. 

Museum Carnuntinum

The Museum Carnuntinum is entirely accessible for wheel chair users. For getting to the first floor you can use a stairlift. Also a wheelchair is available for you. The ground floor is equipped with a rest-room for the physically disabled.

 

Visitors with vision impairment 

Roman City Quarter
From the car park a ground guidance system takes one into the park grounds where there is a tactile orientation system. All the information on the notice boards are also in Braille. In addition short guide books in Braille and in larger writing can be purchased at the ticket office.

Military City's Amphitheatre 
All information boards are equipped with Braille.

Museum Carnuntinum
There is no tactile information or Braille in the current exhibition.

 

Visitors with hearing impairment

All locations have mobile induction loops at the ticket office. In the Roman City Quarter there are listening posts with induction loops as well as mobile induction equipment for guided tours (please reserve in advance). In the Military City's Amphitheatre the exhibition room is also equipped with an induction loop. 

 

 

 

 

Simple language

A short guide book in simple language can be borrowed in the Roman City Quarter.


For further information please contact: +43 (0) 2163 3377-0.

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