Foto: © Wolfgang Neeb
Foto: © Wolfgang Neeb



Deichtorhallen Hamburg
Deichtorstraße 1-2
20095 Hamburg


Subway U1 to station Steinstraße. From there on it will take you only about 2 minutes on foot to the Deichtorhallen. Bus 112 to station Steinstraße or 602 to station Deichtorhallen. From there you can reach the Deichtorhallen in only a few minutes by foot.


The public parking space can be reached via Oberbaumbrücke.


The Hall for Contemporary Art and the House of Photography of the Deichtorhallen Hamburg have been awarded the certificate »certified accessibility« for the period from August 2015 to July 2018. For persons with a mobility impairment, the Deichtorhallen are partly free from barriers.

Persons with mobility impairments/wheelchair users
A parking place for persons with impairments is provided, the ways in the exterior areas are without ascents. The access to the buildings as well as for all the spaces that can be used by the guests is designed without stairs or with an elevator. All the doors and pathways are at least 90 cm wide. The cafés are equipped with tables that can be run under by wheelchairs. The toilets are also free from barriers.

Persons with hearing impairments/deaf people
The rooms and corridors in the Deichtorhallen are brightly lit. There is no inductive audio induction loop system and no electro-acoustic sound exposure. The cafés are supplied with tables with a bright and non-reflecting illumination.
Guided tours in sign language can be registered in the visitors office:
Deichtorhallen Hamburg
Visitors office
Personal office hours: Tue − Thu, 10 am − 12 pm
Tel. +49 (0)40 32103 − 200

Persons with visual impairments/blind people
The entrance areas of the halls are designed with visual contrasts and can be identified through a floor covering that is tactilely perceivable. Assistance dogs may be brought along. Rooms and corridors are lit. The corridors are full of visual contrasts and the checkout areas are brightly lit. The exhibits contrast with the surroundings and are also mostly well illuminated. The labels on the exhibits are provided in a well readable font rich in contrasts. The font size is partly very small and not supplied in Braille- or prism font. The toilet for disabled persons in the House of Photography is directly accessible without stairs from the exhibition area.


Our partner hotel Le Méridien Hamburg can easily be found in the heart of Hamburg.

Le Méridien Hamburg
An der Alster 52 − 56
20099 Hamburg
Tel: +49 (0)40 2100 00


Wilstorfer Straße 71
21073 Hamburg - Harburg


From Hamburg central station S3 / S31 to Bahnhof Harburg. You can reach the Collection Falckenberg in about 10 minutes on foot.


Until 11.30 pm visitors may use the parking space belonging to the park deck of the Phoenix-Center. The parking space is located directly near the entrance of the Collection Falckenberg.

You have questions on how to find us? Our visitors office will be glad to help you. You can contact us via phone under +49 (0)40 32103-200 at our consultations hours from Tuesday to Thursday, 10 − 12 am. You may also send us an email under besucherbuero(at)