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Picture: Eastern Parterre


Information for people with mobility impairment

General map with notes for wheelchair users and persons with walking difficulties

There are some wheelchairs and walkers available that can be borrowed against a deposit. Please inquire at the ticket office.


Disabled parking / Way to the ticket office

  • 6 disabled parking spaces at the car park  (see map)

  • Free parking for severely disabled persons with ID card

  • Distance from car park to ticket office approx. 260 m; path surface: asphalt, paved gravel, smooth cobblestones; maximum incline 10 %; accompanying person recommended for wheelchair users

  • Barrier-free access to ticket office, museum shop and bistro (near the ticket office)



Picture: Swan pond on the way from the ticket office to the palace

Disabled toilets

  • At the car park (only in summer); access by Euro key

  • At the palace; access by Euro key (can be borrowed at the palace)


Path from the ticket office to the palace

Distance approx. 400 m; path surface: asphalt, paved gravel, smooth cobblestones; maximum incline 12.5 %, accompanying person recommended for wheelchair users


Linderhof Palace

Access to the visitor waiting area in front of the palace via an entrance suitable for wheelchairs and prams



Picture: Dining room

There is no lift in the palace for reasons of monument protection; however, a mobile stair climbing aid is available. Access to the palace rooms (ground floor and 1st floor) is only possible for people in wheelchairs with this stair climbing aid. If your wheelchair is not suitable for the device (electric wheelchairs, sports wheelchairs, etc.), we will be happy to provide you with another wheelchair for your visit to the castle.

For organizational reasons (provision of staff and mobile stair climber, coordination of tours) we ask wheelchair users to contact the staff at the administration. Thank you very much for your support!

  • Rooms on the 1st floor without steps

  • Doorways at least 85 cm wide

  • Level, non-slip flooring

  • Seats available on request



Picture: Exhibition in the Royal Lodge

Royal Lodge


Stepless access

  • Permanent exhibition "Vom Lynder-Hof zum Schloss" (From Lynder-Hof Estate to Linderhof Palace) on the ground floor

  • Doorways at least 94 cm wide, door sills 2cm high

  • Level flooring


Exterior of the Royal Lodge

Seating available; partly covered



Picture: Hunding's Hut

Hunding's Hut


Access via ramp; entrance door 110 cm wide


Level, non-slip flooring

Exterior of Hunding's Hut

Seating available


Palace park (paths)

  • Many inclines; accompanying person recommended for wheelchair users

  • The Water Parterre at the palace is accessible without stairs (via the path to the toilet).

  • Path surface: asphalt, paved gravel, smooth cobblestones

  • Picture: Hermitage of Gurnemanz

    Seating available


Park buildings without staff

  • Moroccan House and Moorish Kiosk:
    Only accessible via several steps

  • Chapel: Accessible without steps; a view into the chapel is possible from the outside

  • Hermitage of Gurnemanz:
    Only accessible via two steps


Information for the visually impaired

  • No guidance system for the visually impaired available

  • Regular guided tours in the palace

  • A QR code can be used to download an object description for listening (mp3 file).

Information for the hearing impaired

  • Induction loop for hearing aids available at the ticket office

  • On request, we are happy to provide guests with hearing disabilities with texts to read along during the palace tours.

  • Written information available

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