A bench with a thin wooden frame and a blue cover. On the backrest, in handwritten white capital letters, it reads “It was hard to get here”. On the seat the same font says: “Rest here if you agree”.
A bench with a thin wooden frame and a blue cover. On the backrest, in handwritten white capital letters, it reads “It was hard to get here”. On the seat the same font says: “Rest here if you agree”.
Shannon Finnegan, Do you want us here or not (MMK), 2018, photo: Axel Schneider.

Accessibility

The MUSEUMMMKFÜR MODERNE KUNST would like to make cultural participation possible for all persons and is engaged in a continual process of removing existing barriers.

To this end, MMK has carried out a comprehensive review of its exhibition rooms, online communication activities, and museum education program. In that context, we worked with the association Lebenshilfe Frankfurt am Main e. V., the Praunheimer Werkstätten, the Inclusion Office of the City of Frankfurt am Main, the blista (Deutsche Blindenstudienanstalt e. V.), mehrkom – Agentur für soziale Kommunikation, and the artists of the Crip Time exhibition to develop ideas and find solutions for meeting the manifold needs of all our visitors, both on site at the museum and in our digital offers.

For every exhibition, the museum provides a booklet in plain language, and we have expanded and developed our range of inclusive guided tours. We are also removing barriers on our website by means of alternative image descriptions, offers in plain language, and audio guides.

We regard these implementations as a continual learning process and would be delighted to receive your comments and suggestions at: presse.mmk@stadt-frankfurt.de

You will find the exact designations of the respective museum venues here:

MUSEUMMMK
ZOLLAMTMMK
TOWERMMK

You will find our program of inclusive guided tours here.