Digital Accessibility Statement

This declaration on digital accessibility applies to the information available at published website of the Saalburg Museum. As part of the Hesse ARCHEOLOGY department in the State Office for Monument Preservation, the Saalburg Museum is an institution of the State of Hesse.

As a public body within the meaning of Directive (EU) 2016/2102, we strive to our websites and mobile applications comply with the provisions of the Hessian Disability Equality Act (HessBGG) and the Hessian Ordinance on Barrier-Free Information Technology (HVBIT). Implementation of Directive (EU) 2016/2102 to make it barrier-free accessible.

Status of compatibility with the requirements

The accessibility requirements result from Section 3 Paragraphs 1 to 4 and Section 4 the HVBIT, which is issued on the basis of Section 14 of the HessBGG became.

Non-accessible content

The contents of the media library may not be completely barrier-free due to control elements, as well as color and contrast.

Disproportionate burden

No use case.

No use case

There is no content that does not fall within the scope of §3 paragraph 1 HVBIT.

Date the Accessibility Statement was created

This statement was created on July 11, 2023.

Feedback and inquiries about digital accessibility

Would you like to tell us about any remaining barriers? Please contact our responsible contact persons:

Presidential Department, Judicial Department
Lisa Bingenheimer

Telephone: +49 611 6906 – 230


Enforcement procedures

If, after your feedback to the above contact, no satisfactory solution has been found, you can contact the Enforcement and Monitoring Body for Barrier-Free Information Technology. After a period of six weeks, you have the right to contact the enforcement and monitoring body directly. With the involvement of all those involved, the enforcement body attempts to determine the circumstances of the lack of accessibility so that the provider can remedy it.

Barrier-free enforcement and monitoring body
Information technology

Hessian Ministry for Social Affairs and Integration

Seat: Giessen Regional Council

Prof. Dr. Erdmuthe Meyer zu Bexten

State representative for barrier-free IT

Head of Enforcement and Monitoring Unit

Landgraf-Philipp-Platz 1-7

35390 Giessen

Telephone: +49 641 303 – 2901

Email: Enforcement

Arbitration Procedure

The Federal Government Commissioner for the Affairs of People with Disabilities has an arbitration board in accordance with Section 16 BGG. The arbitration board is tasked with resolving conflicts between people with disabilities and federal public bodies. You can contact the arbitration board if you are not satisfied with the answers from the above contact option. The aim is to find a solution to a problem together and out of court with the help of the arbitration board.

The arbitration procedure is free of charge. You don't need legal advice either. You can find all information about the arbitration procedure on the arbitration board’s website.

Contact arbitration board:

Arbitration board in accordance with the Disability Equality Act at the Federal Government Commissioner for the Affairs of People with Disabilities

Mauerstrasse 53

10117 Berlin

Telephone: +49 (0)30 18 527-2805

Fax: +49 (0)30 18 527-2901



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