Guided tour

Seeing Architecture Differently

Guided tour through HKW for blind, visually impaired and sighted visitors

Sun, Feb 27, 2022
Meeting point: Lobby
2–3.30 pm
Sun, Jun 26, 2022
Meeting point: Lobby
2–3.30 pm
5€/3€ (Tickets available online or registration by phone at 030 397 87 175)

In German

10 persons max.

Free admission for refugees

Note for mobility-impaired, blind and visually impaired visitors: You can use the VBB’s accompaniment service for the journey here.
More information (in German)

If you will be taking part unaccompanied, we offer an accompaniment service from or to the line 100 bus stop as well as during the guided tour. Please call 030 397 87 175 in advance if you would like to be picked up.
Information about accessibility at HKW

Photo: Martin Gajc / HKW

What does architecture feel like? During an inclusive guided tour, blind, visually impaired and sighted visitors can get to know the architecture of Haus der Kulturen der Welt.

In addition to vivid details, the building from the 1950s offers many objects that can be touched, such as tactile models that help with orientation. Sighted visitors can also use dark glasses to experience the perceptions of the blind. Admission is free for accompanying persons and guide dogs are welcome.

With Petra Fischer and Heike Hamann