By public transport
Approach via the BVG site.
In order to make the trip to the Kunsthaus Dahlem easier for people with disabilities, we recommend the free VBB Bus & Bahn accompaniment service of the Verkehrsverbund Berlin-Brandenburg.
Bus line 115 or X10 to
It is an approximately 450 m walk from the bus stop Brücke-Museum/Kunsthaus Dahlem to the museum. The walk to the Kunsthaus from there is indicated with signs.
The closest (accessible) S and U-Bahn stations are:
Halensee: S41 / 42 /45 / 46 (ca. 4 km away, connection with bus line X10)
Hohenzollerndamm: S41 / 42 / 45 / 46 (ca. 3.4 km away, connection with bus line 115)
Oskar-Helene-Heim: U3 (ca. 2 km away, connection with bus line 115 and X10)
You can also come to the museum as an excursion destination by bicycle. Bicycle stands are located in front of the museum. Kunsthaus Dahlem is a station of the guided bicycle tour Von Haus zu Haus, which starts at the Georg Kolbe Museum and ends at the Haus am Waldsee.
We recommend coming with public transport. There are only limited possibilities for parking near the museum. There are two parking spaces on the property reserved for visitors with a disabled person’s pass.
The Kunsthaus Dahlem building is equipped for wheelchair use. A gallery in the exhibition space can only be accessed with stairs. Please note that the Kunsthaus Dahlem is not equipped with a floor guidance system or a tactile floor plan. There is an accessible toilet. Visitors receive reduced admission with the presentation of a disabled person’s pass. Free admission for recognised accompanying people.
A brief summary of accessibility information at Kunsthaus Dahlem can be found here: PDF