Augusta Raurica has been a label bearer of "Kultur inklusiv" since 2018. The label is awarded to cultural institutions that are sustainably committed to barrier-free access to their range of products, offers and content. The label partners promote inclusion with their measures in the five fields of action "cultural programme", "content-related access", "structural access", "workplace" and "communication" and are committed to the long-term and holistic cultural participation of people with disabilities.
The basis for the label partnership is the Charter on Cultural Inclusion.
Admission to the museum is free of charge for IV recipients with an accompanying person. Assistance dogs and guide dogs are allowed in the museum.
The following aids can be obtained from the ticket office if required:
A mobile ramp for access to the individual rooms in the Roman house
Light folding chairs for sitting
A wheelchair for in the museum
All our workshops and guided tours for families in the Roman House are offered in sign language. As we work with external interpreters, we kindly ask you to book at least two months in advance.
Barrier free through Augusta Raurica
Would you like to book a guided tour with us or take part in a workshop? In the brochure "Barrier-free through Augusta Raurica" you will find a compilation of our current offers with recommendations for people with impairments (at the moment the brochure is only available in German).
The Roman House in simple German.
The brochure presents the Roman house in simple German. Room by room, the most important information is clearly arranged and supplemented with pictures.
Plan for people with reduced mobility
By its nature, the archaeological park is not always wheelchair accessible. This map can help you choose your route.
Tactile model of the Amphitheatre
In the carcer of the amphitheatre there is a tactile model that allows visitors to experience the reconstructed arena, with gladiators in relief and descriptions in Braille.
It is very important to us to make all our services as barrier-free as possible. We are constantly striving to improve. However, we are also dependent on the support of the people concerned. We gratefully accept your comments and suggestions:
Phone +41 61 552 22 22 or email@example.com.