Experiencing Bruckner without barriers


The Upper Austrian KulturEXPO Anton Bruckner 2024 aims to make a contribution to promoting a culture of accessibility for all. It is very important to us to make the diverse program of events created jointly by and with many committed contributors accessible to everyone who is interested. Why is this important? Because we are all confronted with one barrier or another - temporarily or for a longer period of time - and we rarely manage to avoid them.

We are actively committed to providing comprehensive information on accessibility for over 500 events. However, we cannot provide any guarantees for events organised by external partners. Nevertheless, we make every effort to enable all interested parties to participate in the diverse program of the Bruckner Year.


Our contacts will gladly provide you with helpful information regarding accessibility for specific events. We kindly ask you to reach out in advance whenever possible.


Information on the accessibility of OÖ KulturEXPO's own productions can be found via the following link. We are happy to provide further information.

Exhibition "How it all began. Bruckner's visions"

Specifically designed for individuals facing challenges in learning, reading, or comprehension, information brochures in easy language are available at the exhibition. Additionally, wheelchair rental services are provided. Further details can be obtained at the ticket counter located at the entrance area on-site. Take advantage of our cultural mediation services to ensure that your visit is enriching. Please inform us of your specific requirements via email:


You can find more information about the exhibition here:


We strive to make our website as accessible as possible. Please let us know if and in which areas access to information can be improved for you at: 


Information about the accessibility of our website can be found here.

Wheelchair users

Many of the event venues are barrier-free and accessible for wheelchair users and people with reduced mobility. Further information can be found in the respective information texts under Dates near and far. For the exhibition "How it all began. Bruckner's Visions" at St. Florian Abbey, a wheelchair can be borrowed. Further information is available at the ticket office in the entrance area on site.

The worldwide online map Wheelmap for wheelchair-accessible locations provides more detailed information on wheelchair-accessible locations in Upper Austria and other venues during the Bruckner Year 2024 and beyond. The app can be downloaded on smartphones with Android and iOS (iPhones) operating systems:

People with hearing impairments

Exhibitions are particularly suitable for visitors with hearing impairments. The filter function under Dates near & far allows you to select the Exhibition and Fine Arts category. Categories that may also be of interest to you: Culinary, Online and Sport.

People with visual impairments

Concerts are particularly suitable for visitors with visual impairments. The filter function under Dates near & far allows you to search for music. There are also categories that may be of interest to you: Discussion rounds, scientific symposia, lectures and culinary delights.

Tourism and accessibility

For questions and information on tourism, suitable accommodation and travel options in connection with accessibility, please contact the Tourist Information Linz - Ansfelden - Kirchschlag and the Upper Austria Tourist Information.

Tourist Information Linz - Ansfelden - Kirchschlag
Main Square 1, 4020 Linz, Austria

Group Inquiries:

Upper Austria Tourism Information
Freistädter Straße 119, 4041 Linz, Austria


Incoming travel agencies in Upper Austria

Further details on the subject of tourism can also be found under the following link:


The Bruckner Year 2024 will take place at several venues, for which we are promoting public transportation. Many of our venues are accessible by public transport.

Upper Austrian Transport Association

The city and regional buses (low-floor buses, wheelchair ramps or lifts) of the Upper Austrian Transport Association as well as the majority of trains in Upper Austria are barrier-free. Accessible connections can be found in the timetable information of the Upper Austrian Transport Association on the website and in the OÖVV app.


The accessibility of Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) trains varies due to the diversity of the fleet and is therefore dynamic. Before starting a journey, it is strongly recommended to check the current accessibility with the help of the timetable information.

ÖBB offers comprehensive information on accessibility, including an information page on barrier-free travel - oebb.at on barrier-free travel, details on station and train equipment, an overview of ÖBB stations and the option to register online for train travel. If you have any questions, please contact ÖBB customer service at 00430517175.

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