For guests with limited mobility

  • Disabled parking spaces are signposted.
  • Barrier-free access to the Kern site is possible via a wide entrance.
  • Stepless access to the treetop path is provided by an elevator.
  • The elevator takes you to the path itself and the viewing platform on the tower.
  • The treetop path is made of flat wooden planks.
  • The path is 700 m long. Slight gradients of less than 6% are present; the path is at least 2.23 m wide, with much wider passing places. Seating is available. The path is secured at the sides by wire fencing and a wooden beam, which is at a height of 1.10 – 1.20 m.
  • The restaurant at the observation tower, on the first floor, is accessible without steps.
  • In addition to the treetop path, a 7.5-hectare section of the grounds of the sanatoriums can also be visited. These paths are mainly forest paths, some of which are paved with bark mulch. A push aid is recommended here.
  • The guided tour “Zeitenwandel-Wandelzeiten” through the grounds is accessible for people with impaired mobility. The building tours are not barrier-free!

Further information can be found here:

Unfortunately, we do not currently have any guides trained in sign language. When planning your excursion, we recommend that you consult the PDF available in the LINK deposited Serve contacts.


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How to find us

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GPS data: 52.268243843992, 12.915247632696934

By car:

You can reach us via the A9 Berlin – Nuremberg motorway, exit 2 “Beelitz Heilstätten”, or the L88 minor road.

By train:

Take the RE 7 regional express train on the Berlin – Dessau line and get off at Beelitz Heilstätten station, then follow the signs for the “Baumkronenpfad” Beelitz Heilstätten. The entrance is about a five-minute walk away.