The manor is partially accessible. Two ascending asphalt paths lead to the manner from the parking area. The left leads visitors to the manor atrium that has a gravel surface and houses the ticket office that has a ramp. Access to the museum from the atrium is only possible via stairs. The right asphalt path, i.e., road leads to the side entrance at the back of the building, where there is a side entrance equipped with a ramp. Inside, accessible sanitary facilities are located in the immediate vicinity of the accessible entrance as well as a lift providing access to the upper floors. Exhibition spaces and workshop spaces are located inside. There is not sufficient room to manoeuvre in places, especially in the workshop spaces. Access to the tower with the halls is possible via a ramp. The halls have moveable seating, but they are not equipped with an induction loop. The exhibition spaces in the tower’s attic are only accessible via an old staircase. Non-accessible sanitary facilities and a restaurant containing a historic kitchen with an open fireplace are located on the floors below. The weaving workshop and corresponding exhibition are only accessible via stairs at a separate entrance outside the manor atrium.
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