There is a lot to see in the Tyrolean capital.
Bergisel jump stadium
The Schräglift is wheelchair accessible, the panoramic restaurant and the observation deck in the tower are easily accessible by lift. Disabled parking spaces available. Stairs as high as a cobblestone block the wheelchair user from traveling between the parking lot and the stadium box office. It is possible to drive to the cash desk by car, but parking in the parking lot.
Bergiselweg 3, 6020 Innsbruck
Golden Roof Museum
To reach the museum via the lift, please call the cashier's staff by phone (only possible from Monday to Friday at noon). There is a disabled toilet in the museum.
Disabled toilet; Non-slip, straight paths are available, all paths are continuously accessible but they are steep and. the braking force is too low for an electric wheelchair. The lower half of the site is easier to drive, and there is now a passenger lift that can be used to reach the restaurant or kiosk.
Weiherburggasse 37, 6020 Innsbruck
Imperial Hofburg *
"The golden wheelchair" award
Wheelchair users come through the entrance for the disabled in the Großer Burghof (please ring the bell). The first staircase is climbed by a stairlift, then by elevator to the exhibition rooms.
Disabled toilet on the ground floor and 2nd floor, locks for euro keys for toilets and elevator for the disabled
Rennweg 1, 6020 Innsbruck
+43 512 594 89 510
|Outside ramp at the entrance. The church door is only open for services. Otherwise access via the adjacent folk art museum during regular opening hours. Please contact the cashier in the museum.Universitätsstrasse 2, 6020 Innsbruck
|Tyrolean Folk Art Museum
|All areas are accessible for wheelchair users. There is a disabled toilet.Universitätsstrasse 2, 6020 Innsbruck
|Tyrolean State Museum Ferdinandeum
|An entrance for wheelchair users via the back yard. In the house itself, all areas can be easily reached. There is a disabled toilet.Museumstrasse 15, 6020 Innsbruck
|Museum in the armory
|All areas are accessible for wheelchair users. There is a disabled toilet. The courtyard is paved, however, independent driving is possible.Zeughausgasse, 6020 Innsbruck
|Tirol panorama with Kaiserjägermuseum
|All areas are accessible for wheelchair users. A platform lift leads to the giant circular painting. The Kaiserjägermuseum is connected to the Tirol Panorama and all floors can be reached by elevator. A disabled toilet and a wheelchair are available.Bergisel 1-2, A-6020 Innsbruck
Shopping in Innsbruck without a handicap
Comfortable shopping in Innsbruck is also possible with a wheelchair!
|City hall galleries
|The Rathaus galleries are ideal for wheelchair users. Here you can not only shop comfortably under one roof, all shops and the handicapped accessible toilets are accessible at ground level, the underground car park can be easily reached by lift.
|Shopping centers DEZ, Sillpark, Cyta
|The Innsbruck shopping centers are located on the periphery of Innsbruck, so they offer parking if you want to do your bulk shopping, but also good connections to the public transport network. Shops and garages are at ground level or easily accessible by lift.
|Shopping in the old town
|Most of the buildings are at ground level, but can only be reached via steps. However, larger, wheelchair-accessible panels are laid under the large arbors.