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People with disabilities find a broad range of services and options in East Frisia: from accessible sights and activities to accommodations and restaurants which are suitable for wheel chair users.

Park der Gärten

In the heart of the scenic Ammerland region, the Park der Gärten offers a fascinating insight into garden design.

National Park Centres

The national park centres along the coast and on the islands offer exciting ways to learn more about the complex ecosystem of the Wadden Sea.

Emden Art Gallery

Renowned all over Germany, Emden Art Gallery and its affiliated art school are the legacy of Henri and Eske Nannen.

Mudflat Hiking Tour

A tour on the mudflats is one of the best ways to explore the World Heritage Wadden Sea.

Castle Museum Jever

The castle of Jever, surrounded by an idyllically English garden, is among the most beautiful architectural monuments in Northwestern Germany.

Moor Museum Moordorf

The open-air-museum is situated on a 3, 2 ha big area of peatland and deals with the colonisation of the peatland.

Coastal Museum Wilhelmshaven

The Coastal Museum in Wilhelmshaven is impressively introducing the way of living near the sea through various periods of time.

Evenburg Castle Leer

After falling into disrepair, the old water castle was rebuilt in the 19th century in neo-Gothic style by the Duke of Wedel.

Beach and water wheelchairs

Several islands offer beach and water wheelchairs for their disabled guests. Fitted with special tires, these wheelchairs allow mobility on the sand and in the water.


Contact Person

You have further questions? Please contact me!

Ostfriesland Tourismus GmbH

Wiebke Eilts
04 91 / 91 96 96 25


Here you find a brochure on accessible tourismus in East Frisia (pdf, 1,7 MB).


Barrier-free Destinations in Germany

The members of the association "Barrier-free Destinations in Germany" offer holidays that are accessible to all.

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