Zentrum Paul Klee Bern Founded by Maurice E. and Martha Müller and the heirs of Paul Klee
Klee without barriers -
Klee without barriers

Tours for disabled visitors

The Zentrum Paul Klee is open to everyone. So that also disabled persons can receive information about the different exhibitions, we offer beside Audio-guides in various languages also guided tours for disabled visitors. The tours are adapted to the requirements of the particular disabled groups. They take place within the framework of the public tours which are available for all interested visitors.

Tours for the blind and sight-impeded visitors

By means of extensive picture descriptions of selected works in our exhibitions, we make the visual arts also an experience for the blind and sight-impeded visitors. In addition pictorial reproductions in relief from Paul Klee’s works allow his art to be appreciated using the sense of touch. With the aid of all the other senses the exhibition becomes an experience also for blind and sight-impeded visitors.

Tours for deaf and hard of hearing visitors

Art communicators guide interested visitors through the exhibitions. To do this they are supported by translators for sign-language and MyLink-FM-System. 

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