"Travel for All - Accessibility tested"
Four companies and two museums in Rheinhessen have met the structural and qualitative criteria of the certificate "Travel for All" and were able to attend a certification ceremony on 28.04. in Neuwied by Economy Minister Eveline Lemke for their accessibility. These are the Landesmuseum Mainz, the Weingut Seidel-Dudenhöfer in Alsheim, Sutter's Landhaus in Gensingen, Böhm's Weingewölbe in Wörrstadt, Wasem's Kloster Engelthal in Ingelheim am Rhein and the Historisches Museum am Strom - Hildegard von Bingen in Bingen.
"We would like to remove the barriers to the wine experience in Rheinhessen with our host companies, so that everyone feels welcome - families with small children, guests with limited mobility, the blind and the deaf, allergy sufferers. We are pleased that more and more businesses are on their way to meeting the requirements for a barrier-free wine experience in Rheinhessen, "says Christian Halbig, Managing Director of Rheinhessen-Touristik.
The "Travel for All - Accessibility Tested" labeling system is a nationwide accessibility labeling system. It has been developed over several years of cooperation and coordination with numerous stakeholder associations as well as all tourism associations, national marketing organizations and other players within the framework of the "Tourism for All" project, which is funded by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology.
Companies can be certified in the following seven categories: people with mobility problems, wheelchair users, people with hearing impairment, the deaf, people with visual impairments, the blind and people with cognitive impairment. For each of the mentioned groups of guests, there are two requirement levels for which companies can be distinguished.
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