Wheelchair Accessible Things to Do in Berlin, Germany

I have visited Berlin many times as a wheelchair user, and have found that most of the must-see attractions are wheelchair accessible. Some sights are only partially accessible, and a few are not at all accessible. In some cases, disabled travelers may be forced to adapt from the norm to participate in certain experiences, but it is possible with some advance planning.  See the information below concerning many of the top sights Berlin has to offer:

Brandenburg Gate

Completed in 1791, the Brandenburg Gate is a neoclassical triumphal arch that is now one of the most recognized landmarks in all of Germany. The gate serves as the monumental entryway to the Unter den Linden, the historic boulevard which once led to the imperial palaces.

Commissioned by King Frederick William II of Prussia, the Brandenburg Gate stood proudly until it was damaged in World War II. With the splitting of Germany following the war, the Brandenburg Gate was isolated and cut off by the Berlin Wall. It was not until 2000 that the gate was restored. Today it stands as an important tourist attraction and symbol of the tumultuous history of Germany and greater Europe. The gate is easily accessible and stands only one block from the Reichstag.
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