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Museum Fürstenfeldbruck

Museum · Furstenfeldbruck · 519 m · open today
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cistercians, town history & art in the Museum Fürstenfeldbruck

 

From 1263 until 1803 the “white monks” of the Cistercian Order lived at Fürstenfeld Monastery. Therefore the museum focuses on the historey of the monastery. In the ample rooms of the former monastery brewery the spirituality and business acumen of the order as well as the relationship the convent had vis-à-vis its Wittelsbach rulers, are highlighted by using original objects and new media.

The museum’s section “Life in Bruck around 1900” gives an insight into the social history of the craftsmen class.

The archaeological collection of prehistory and early history presents traces which people have left in the district from the Stone Age to the Middle Ages on the basis of numerous finds, presentations and reconstruction drawings.

The museum offers a broad range of educational programs including guided tours and workshops for children and adults.

Due to its appealing changing exhibitions the museum has gained importance beyond regional borders.

Opening hours

open today
Sunday11:00–17:00
Tuesday13:00–17:00
Wednesday13:00–17:00
Thursday13:00–17:00
Friday13:00–17:00
Saturday13:00–17:00

Tue - Sa 13 - 17 o'clock

Sun & holidays 11 - 17 o'clock

Price:

adults € 4.-
reduced (pupils, students, people with disabilities) € 2.50 €
family (2 adults and children) € 8.- €
children under 6 years free
annual ticket 10.- €

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Claudia Metzner
Update: March 20, 2022

Public transport

The station Fürstenfeldbruck (MVV stop of the line S 4) is within walking distance about 15 minutes from the museum. The way to the monastery Fürstenfeld is well signposted. The bus lines 815, 822 and X900 stop directly at the monastery grounds. Call taxis can be contacted at Tel. 08141 35 35 31.

Getting there

The access roads of the city Fürstenfeldbruck are well signposted. Please follow the signs "Kloster Fürstenfeld". The museum is easy to find in the monastery area. Enter please in Navi "82256 Fürstenfeldbruck, Cistercian way".

Parking

Parking facilities are available in large numbers on the Fürstenfelder Straße, opposite the monastery area.

Coordinates

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48.169946, 11.247921
DMS
48°10'11.8"N 11°14'52.5"E
UTM
32U 667128 5337632
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Accessibility

Badge Accessibility-certified
Accessibility-certified

  • Parking for people with disabilities
  • Step-free access to the building/object/terrain (via elevator/ramp if necessary)
  • All other rooms and facilities available to the guests are infinitely accessible by elevator or ramp
  • 80 cm minimum width of all passageways/doors
  • 70 cm minimum width of all passageways/doors
  • Toilets for people with disabilities
  • Lateral accessible toilet for a wheelchair
  • Hinged grab rail in the toilet at least on the accessible side

All areas relevant for testing meet the quality criteria of the label "Accessibility certified - partially accessible for people with walking disabilities and wheelchair users".

Some information on accessibility are listed below. For detailed information please see the evaluation report.

  • There is one marked parking space for people with disabilities 30 m away on Henrik-Moor-Weg (space size: 350 cm x 500 cm) and two marked parking spaces for people with disabilities 200 m away from the main entrance (space size: 350 cm x 500 cm). 
  • The building is accessible without steps via the main entrance and the Henrik-Moor-Weg entrance (door threshold 2 cm high).
  • Almost all rooms and facilities that can be used and raised for the guest are step-free/levelled, via my ramp and a lift . Exception: The 3rd floor is only accessible via the stairs.
  • The ramp between the main entrance and the ticket office has a maximum gradient of 9.8%, a walking width of 2 and a total length of 2 metres.
  • The lift cabin is 135 cm x 188 cm. The lift door is 90 cm wide.
  • All doors/passages that can be used by the guest and are raised are at least 80 cm.
  • The cash desk is 76 cm high at the lowest point.
  • The exhibits are predominantly visible from a seated position.
  • The information on the exhibits can be read mainly while sitting.
  • Seating is available in the exhibition.
  • Guided tours for people with disabilities are offered.  The entire guided tour route is step-free for wheelchair users.  

Public toilet for people with disabilities (ground floor)

  • The manoeuvring areas are:
    180 cm x 180 cm in front of the washbasin;
    in front of the toilet 180 cm x 180 cm;
    to the left of the toilet 92 cm x 70 cm;
    to the right of the toilet 160 cm x 70 cm.
  • There are grab rails to the left and right of the toilet.
  • Both grab rails are flipped-up. 
  • The washbasin is accessible from underneath at a height of 67 cm and a depth of less than 30 cm.
  • The mirror is visible while sitting and standing.
  • There is a cord as an alarm trigger.
Audit Report: PDF report on accessibility for Walking disability and wheelchair users

Some information on accessibility are listed below. Detailed information can be found in the test report.

  • There is no clearly optically perceptible alarm.
  • There is no audio induction loop at the counter.
  • An outgoing emergency call in the elevator is confirmed acoustically.
  • Alternatively stairs are available.
  • The information on the exhibits is predominantly provided in written form.
  • There is acoustic information about the exhibits.
  • There are no guided tours offered for people with hearing disabilities and deaf people.
Audit Report: PDF report on accessibility for Hearing impaired and deaf
  • Assistance dogs are welcome

All areas relevant for testing meet the quality criteria of the label "Accessibility certified - partially accessible for people with visual impairments".

Some information on accessibility are listed below. Detailed information can be found in the test report.

  • Assistance dogs are allowed all relevant areas/rooms.
  • Outdoor paths usually have no visually high-contrast or tactilely detectable pavement boundary.
  • The main entrance is visually rich in contrast and can be recognized by a tactile change of floor covering.
  • The "Henrick-Moor-Weg" entrance is visually rich in contrast, but not recognizable by a tactile change of floor covering.
  • All evaluated areas usable by the guest are well illuminated, i.e. bright and glare-free.
  • There are no high-contrast or tactile floor indicators.
  • The paths in corridors are mainly visually contrasted to the surroundings.
  • The paths in corridors are partly marked with tactile markings or the walls or other structural elements can partly be used for orientation.
  • The signage is designed in legible and high-contrast font.
  • There are no obstacles, e.g. objects protruding into the path/room.
  • There are no carousel or rotary doors.
  • Glass doors are not equipped with safety markings.
  • An outgoing emergency call in the elevator is confirmed acoustically.
  • The stopping position is not announced by speech.
  • The operating elements are visually high in contrast and tactile.
  • Alternatively stairs are available.
  • Steps are not visually rich in contrast.
  • Stairs have handrails on both sides.
  • The exhibits are generally well illuminated.
  • The information on the exhibits is predominantly provided in written form and is visually rich in contrast.
  • There is acoustic information about the exhibits.
  • There are no guided tours offered for visually impaired and blind people.
  • Information is not available in Braille or prismatic writing.
  • Aids offered: reading aids (reading glasses, magnifying glasses)
Audit Report: PDF report on accessibility for Visually impaired and blind

Some information on accessibility are listed below. Detailed information can be found in the test report.

  • The name or logo of the company is clearly visible from the outside.
  • The destinations of the paths are always within sight.
  • There is no colored or pictorial guidance system.
  • Information for orientation is partly conveyed acoustically.
  • The information on the exhibits is mainly provided in written form, but not in easy language.
  • There are no guided tours offered for people with cognitive impairments.
  • There is no information in easy language.
  • Information is not displayed with pictograms or pictures.
Audit Report: PDF report on accessibility for Cognitive disability
This audit report was prepared by: Reisen für Alle
Certification period: July 01, 2022 - June 30, 2025
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Museum Fürstenfeldbruck

Fürstenfeld 6
82256 Fürstenfeldbruck
Phone 08141 611 313

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