Closure: Steelhalle | 27.+28.02.24 | all day

Closure: Hazardous Hall | 16.+17.02.24 | all day

Gehörlosenführung in der DASA



DASA is largely open to people with mobility impairments. It is of course possible to carry marked guide dogs for the blind and assistance dogs for people with motoric disabilities.

Access to the restaurant is possible via the side entrance. Please contact the security desk for this.

Unfortunately the S-Bahn stop "Dorstfeld-Süd" is not barrier-free. People who depend on an elevator need to take the exit "Universität" and then have to manage a distance of about 800 meters to the DASA.

We are happy to advise groups with special requirements.


DASA is currently participating in the nationwide project "Travelling for All".  For the first time, information necessary for guests is systematically collected and evaluated with clear quality criteria relevant for travellers. Interim conclusion: We are on the way to a more barrier-free exhibition and are certified as "largely barrier-free". Details can be found in the test report (in german language only).

Special programs

  • Guided tours

For people with hearing impairments, we offer a guided tour of DASA in sign language every two months. We are also happy to address the special requirements for people with visual impairments.

  • Discovery maps

Easy DASA-tour: The cards lead to 13 special stations and explain them in easy to understand language. Photos and illustrations help to understand and find them. The free card set is available at the ticket counter.

  • Multimedia guide / Video clips in sign language

Our omniscient smartphone guide combines DASA highlights in sign language. It can be borrowed free of charge at the ticket counter.