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Evaluating the TU’s buildings and lecture halls as to whether they are accessible is a very extensive task.

On this page, you will find a link to a brief overview of the handicapped accessibility of the rooms and below the individual buildings are listed with links to their pages, where the individual lecture halls are described in detail. We have included the technical equipment, rolling capability, the shortest and most accessible paths, seats for the hearing and visually impaired. Photos are included with all information.

If you notice that the information has changed or if lecture halls are missing, please let us know. We are grateful for ideas, corrections, and additions.
Please send us an e-mail or call us. You can find the contact information the right-hand side of the page.

Transportation to the TU


With a wheelchair, you can get to the TU best via the S-Bahnhof Tiergarten. There you will find an elevator. Accessible buses (X9, M45, 245) also go from the station Zoologischer Garten (also accessible with a wheelchair) to Ernst-Reuter-Platz.

For current bus schedules, look under www.bvg.de using the keyword: ‘Fahrplanauskunft’ (schedules) and then 'barrierefreie Verbindung' (accessible travelling). We recommend to check if the elevators are working properly before traveling, e.g. on brokenlifts.

TU Parking Spaces

Here you can download the TU’s building plan with all handicapped parking spaces. The buildings PTZ, SG, and ES are still missing, but the other buildings have already been evaluated.

TU handicapped parking spaces


At present there are 57 restrooms in 31 buildings at TU Berlin handicapped accessible. There are ten buildings with EURO-closure at the resting rooms and at five buildings the installation is coming soon. At 14 buildings the restrooms are accessible without a key. You can find a detailed summery in the document Listing of handicapped accessible restrooms at TU Berlinand their closure

Resting Rooms

We know of the following resting rooms / First-Aid-Rooms:

A 008, ACK 0271, BIB 036 (see note below), C 0038, E-N 0059, EW 0009, F 009, H (Ground level, next to H0105) und H 7126MA 449, MAR 0.004, TC (Lower level, K111), TIB 17 (Entrance 3, 1st floor), VLB (Ground level, C.09.1)

You can get a key from the doorperson or facility manager with your signature.

BIB 036: Please contact the University Library staff members at the circulation counter on the ground floor. You will need to show your disability ID, a medical certificate, or a certification for the compensation for disadvantages from the TU.

Parent Child Rooms are listed here parent-child-room.

Lecture hall overview

With this links you can find a brief overview of which lecture halls are handicapped accessible and which are equipped with tables adjustable in height.

short summary of lecture halls handicapped accessible

places with space for wheelchairs and tables adjustable in height

At the bottom of this page you will find an alphabetical overview of all TU buildings.

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Overview of Buildings

The descriptions on the corresponding pages are much more detailed and include photos. Each building is evaluated in terms of accessibility, paths suitable for wheelchairs, and parking spots; the lecture halls are evaluated as to their technical conditions and equipment.

We would like to thank all the TU’s facility managers who shared with us their time and knowledge in our evaluations.

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