Your barrier-free visit
One event for all
One event for all! Grüne Woche - is a big fair. It is about:
We want all visitors to be able to visit the fair. We design the fair to be as barrier-free as possible. No matter if you are visually or hearing impaired. Even if you are traveling with a wheelchair, walker or stroller. For your visit to Grüne Woche you will find helpful information here.
Important note: Our exhibition center is not barrier-free. The exhibition halls were built in different eras. The terrain is not the same height everywhere. There are ramps and elevators in many places.
Grüne Woche is introducing itself (german only)
Find your way around (german only):
Digital accessibility (german only):
We recommend arriving by public transport.
Barrier-free access is possible via the North and South Entrances. If arriving by S-Bahn, we recommend entrance Messe Süd.
We recommend that you use the P17 parking lot, which is guarded and subject to charges. You will find further parking spaces at the CityCube (P14) and at the Masurenallee (P1 and P2), which are located on public roads. Additional parking is available at the Olympic Stadium. From there, shuttle buses will run every 10 minutes to the Messe Süd entrance and back. The shuttle buses are barrier-free.
For a better orientation
For our blind or visually impaired guests:
Guidelines have been laid in the floor in the entrance area of Hall 27. They indicate escalators and lifts. There are stairs in both of these areas. The stairs have handrails. The handrails have signs with Braille.
Most of the elevators on the premises are equipped with finger-readable information on the push buttons.
The disabled-friendly sanitary facilities on the exhibition grounds have the "EURO WC lock".
Visitors with a severely disabled pass (sign "B") receive an admission ticket for the accompanying person free of charge.
If you have not yet purchased your admission ticket, you can buy one on site at our information or help desks. If you present your severely disabled ID card, your accompanying person will receive a free admission ticket.
You can pay on site with your bank card (giro card) or credit card. You can also pay with Handypayment. For example, with Apple Pay, Samsung Pay or Google Pay. Cash payment is not possible!
We offer handicap tours for deaf, blind or visually impaired guests.
Our guides make the tours a special experience. They adapt to your special needs. Many things are hands-on.
We offer sign language tours for deaf guests. You can enjoy the event and understand everything. Here is some important information:
- Language: the tours are in German. Simultaneous translation will be provided for the deaf tours.
- Duration: approx. 3 hours
- Participants: 12 plus accompanying person
- Registration required!
- Participation after confirmation of registration: free of charge
We offer a total of 6 guided tours of 4-6 exhibitors each.
Guided tour for deaf and hearing-impaired people with sign language interpreter
- 21 January 2024| morning
- 22 January 2024| morning
Guided tour for blind and visually impaired people
- 21 January 2024 | afternoon
- 22 January 2024 | afternoon
- 23 January 2024 | morning
- 24 January 2024 | morning
Declaration of consent
By registering for a guided tour at Grüne Woche, you expressly consent to the processing of so-called special categories of personal data relating to you by Messe Berlin GmbH. You can revoke your consent at any time with effect for the future. Please send your revocation to the e-mail address Gw.email@example.com. The revocation of consent does not affect the lawfulness of the processing carried out on the basis of the consent until the revocation. Please note that in the event of a revocation, it will not be possible to process your registration. For further details on data processing, please refer to the data protection information .
You can borrow wheelchairs from us during the trade fair. Wheelchairs are available at the entrance Messe Süd and at the cloakroom in Hall 21.
You can borrow normal wheelchairs (no electric wheelchairs). Borrowing wheelchairs is free of charge. However, we do take a deposit. So that you can plan your visit as well as possible, please reserve a wheelchair by stating your preferred day and time at:
- firstname.lastname@example.org | Subject: Wheelchair Reservation
or call us:
We suggest that you call us on the day of arrival. Then you can confirm that you are coming.
We only have a few wheelchairs. Therefore, we cannot guarantee that there will always be one available if you do not make a reservation.
Would you like to take a break and withdraw for a moment? If you wish, you can use the Room of Silence in Hall 6.2. It is centrally located.