Discover the GRIMMWELT Kassel with all your senses!
A wide variety of interactive exhibits, historic original pieces, helpful explanatory texts and works of art give you a fascinating and diverse insight into the life and work of the Brothers Grimm.
Discover the GRIMMWELT as an all-round experience: Listen, look, take part and discover the DORNENHECKE (THORN HEDGE) zone through touch.
Not only the fairy tales, but also the life of the Grimms in Kassel and their research into the German language are the subject of the exhibition.
The GRIMMWELT Kassel is a museum.
You can find out about the Brothers Grimm here.
The Brothers Grimm wrote many books.
One book is very famous: “Children’s and Household Tales” – also called “Fairy Tales”.
One example is “Little Red Riding Hood”.
The Brothers Grimm lived in Kassel 200 years ago.
Our audio guide will tell you a lot more.
It’s an app that you can download.
There is also a Simple Language version!
The app is here in the Google Play store.
The app is free.
Even if you have mobility issues, you can still visit the GRIMMWELT Kassel in comfort and safety.
There is car parking directly in front of the entrance and the building is equipped with a lift.
Access to the permanent exhibition and the special exhibition, which extend from the 1st Floor to the 2nd Basement Floor, is barrier-free.
Whether it’s the whispering THORN HEDGE, the magical Talking Mirror or the or the Swear-Word Machine ÄRSCHLEIN—the GRIMMWELT permanent exhibition offers an experience for all the senses.
As well as a tactile model right at the entrance, the GRIMMWELT also offers an audio guide with an audio description in German. The guide is available either at the cash desk or as an app which you can be download directly and free of charge from the Google Play Store or the Apple Appstore.
Visitors with a degree of disability of 50 percent or higher pay a reduced admission price.
If a “B” is entered in the disability card, an accompanying person is admitted free of charge.
There is access to the GRIMMWELT roof via a lift from the foyer.
Guide dogs and assistance dogs are allowed in the building.
There are seats in some sections of the exhibitions.
You can also ask one of our attendants for a portable museum stool.