DIE GARTEN TULLN was awarded for its efforts by the Red Cross as a "Partner Company for Assisted Travel" and by the state of Lower Austria as "Role Model Accessibility 2019".

Four people, two of them in wheelchairs, look at pink roses at DIE GARTEN TULLN

barrier-free garden-experience

DIE GARTEN TULLN offers people with disabilities a stress-free and relaxing excursion. From marked parking spaces on arrival, to attractions such as the 30-meter-high treetop walk, to the restaurant, people with disabilities can relax and experience the ecological garden world.

The circular route is easily accessible with a wheelchair, as well as with a pushchair. Plenty of seating is available for short breaks, so you can take time to relax. For those who cannot walk long distances on foot, free loan wheelchairs are available from the shop for a deposit. Our guests will find wheelchair-accessible toilets in the entrance area, the restaurant, and the outdoor area.