Information on accessibility in the Mildenberg Brickworks Park
Arriving by car
Berliner Ring on the A 10 to Kreuz Oranienburg. Continue on the B 96 in the direction of Stralsund - Löwenberg to Gransee. Then turn right at the roundabout in the direction of Zehdenick. Turn left one kilometer after Badingen and follow the signs to the Ziegeleipark.
For electric vehicles, you are welcome to use our e-charging station in the season from 10 a.m. to 18 p.m. Keys are available at the visitor center. The car park with three disabled parking spaces is 300 meters from the main entrance.
Path condition: pavement, concrete slabs.
You are welcome to drive to the museum, get out there and then move.
The car park offers sufficient space for coaches.
Arrival by bike
Location: Berlin – Copenhagen long-distance cycle route.
Journey time Zehdenick train station to Ziegeleipark: 30 minutes.
As a guest of the brickworks park, you can charge your e-bike for free.
Possibility of using the in-house bicycle rental.
Our bikes can also be borrowed from the ELAN petrol station in Zehdenick.
Arrival by public transport
From Berlin to the Ziegeleipark via Gransee
With the regional express RE5 from Berlin to Gransee.
On weekends, public holidays and during the Brandenburg holidays, bus 854 runs from Gransee train station to Ziegeleipark and back.
From Berlin to the Ziegeleipark via Zehdenick
With the regional train RB12 (Berlin-Lichtenberg - Templin Stadt) every hour to Zehdenick (Mark). From Zehdenick continue with the bus 838 daily from Monday to Friday.
You can request an individual call bus on weekends and public holidays.
This can be booked 90 minutes before departure on 0049 3306 2307.
During the holidays, only scheduled taxis with limited space are available.
The bus stop is 200 meters from the main entrance to the Ziegeleipark.
Road surface: asphalt and pavement
Information on the outdoor area of the brickworks park
Expansive, authentic industrial site.
Various buildings with exhibition areas can be visited.
Condition of the path: different, often uneven, tracks with track beds.
Mobile ramps are available. Our employees will be happy to help you. Visitors with restricted mobility are also welcome to ride the brickworks and the Tonlorenbahn.
Wheelchairs, walkers and an electric vehicle (two-seater) can be borrowed.
Information about the Brickyard Park
The main entrance with the visitor center is barrier-free accessible via a permanently installed ramp.
The exhibition rooms in the individual historic buildings also have different floor conditions.
Obstacles (such as doorsteps, steps) are marked.
Inside, bottlenecks, uneven floors and track beds are to be expected. You are welcome to come with an accompanying person.
Function rooms on the first floor are just over accessible by stairs.
With an 18% incline, the existing outer slope is unsuitable for visitors with restricted mobility.
The doors of the exhibition areas open outwards.
Some door openers are available.
Ceiling of the drying chamber in the machine hall: less than 2,20 meters high.
Lockers are located in the visitor center.
Seating is available everywhere.
Audio guide is available.
The toilet areas with disabled toilet and emergency call button are located on the ground floor.
There are baby changing areas in the ladies' and gents' toilets.
Barrier-free gastronomy with barrier-free outdoor area.
Dogs are allowed outside. They are to be kept on a leash.
Admission prices can be found on our homepage under the heading “Plan your visit”.
The person accompanying visitors with a severely handicapped pass (B) receives free entry.
Information material about the museum and its offers can be found as a pdf document on our homepage. We would also be happy to send you our material if required.
Do you have questions about the museum? Call us, write to us
an email or use our contact form.
WINTO GmbH – economic, innovation and Tourism Promotion Oberhavel GmbH
16792 Zehdenick (OT Mildenberg)
Phone: +03307 310410 XNUMX
Fax: 03307 310411
Our museum employees are trained in the subject of accessibility and in dealing with different target groups in the museum.
We use simple language.
We will be happy to help and support you with individual advice when planning your visit to the museum and during your stay.
Including mediation offers
If required and on request, we carry out inclusive mediation offers.
Further target group-oriented information
Information for disabled visitors
See general information.
Information for blind and visually impaired visitors
The museum does not have a guidance system for the blind. If necessary, you are welcome to visit our exhibition with an accompanying person. The lighting conditions are different in the individual exhibition areas. Artificial light is used in the exhibition area. Individual objects are additionally illuminated.
You will find daylight and artificial light in the stairways and event rooms.
We pay attention to a good illumination of our rooms and objects and try to avoid reflections.
For the most part, we use high-contrast fonts and text backgrounds for our exhibition texts and object descriptions.
Most exhibits are freestanding. Selected objects can be touched.
In the visitor center there is a terrain model that can be touched with Braille.
Guide dogs are allowed in the exhibition rooms.
Information for deaf and hearing-impaired visitors
The exhibition areas do not have an induction loop system.
Information for visitors in wheelchairs
See general information.
Track beds are equipped with sleeper bridges in many places, which enable them to be crossed without any problems.
There are slight inclines in the exhibition areas, but they are easy to manage. But you are welcome to come with an accompanying person. The doors, entrances and aisle widths are wheelchair accessible. A sufficient turning circle is partially given. Showcases and exhibition texts are easy to see and read.
Notes for families
The exhibition rooms are easily accessible with a pram.
The soil conditions in the individual historic buildings are
Inside, bottlenecks, uneven floors and track beds are to be expected.
Track beds are equipped with sleeper bridges in many places,
which allow easy crossing.
There are slight inclines in the exhibition areas, but they are easy to manage.
In our visitor center you can borrow carts and wheels.
High chairs are available in the gastronomy.
Advice for seniors
See General Notes.
Information for visitors with learning disabilities
You can ask questions.
There are many things.
You can learn a lot in the museum.
We look forward to you.
Notes for non-native speakers
In the visitor center you will find flyers and event programs in various languages.
Guided tours can be conducted in English.
Please register beforehand.
In our museum you will find some preliminary information in different languages.
We offer English guided tours. Please register in advance.
Here you can download the Word document for the information on accessibility in the Mildenberg brickworks park.
Detailed information on accessibility in the Mildenberg Brickworks Park can be found at www.barrierefrei-brandenburg.de
Web accessibility statement
The Ziegeleipark Mildenberg is making every effort to update its website www.ziegeleipark.de in accordance with the Brandenburg Disability Equality Act BbgBGG and the Brandenburg Barrier-free Information Technology Ordinance BbgBITV in conjunction with the Barrier-free Information Technology Ordinance BITV 2.0) to make it barrier-free.
Current status of content compliance: tpartially compliant.
Known accessibility issues
We strive to make the website as barrier-free as possible, but problems may arise when using it.
We will shortly explain the known problems with accessibility and give an outlook on how the deficits can be rectified.
creation of this declaration
This statement was created on May 21, 2021.
feedback and contact
Do you have any problems with barrier-free access or specific content of www.ziegeleipark.de noticed?
Then get in touch with us:
Brickyard Park Mildenberg
16792 Zehdenick OT Mildenberg
Mobilephone: + 49 3307 310 410