Hop farm Zellner

Hops Farm Zellner

Description

The Zellner hop farm in the heart of the Hallertau. Here, all guests can look over the shoulder of the hop farmer at his work.

The Hopfenerlebnishof Zellner is a small idyll in the middle of countless hop gardens. Here, 17 tasty varieties of the "green gold" of the Hallertau grow, which can be experienced with all senses in the farm's barrier-free hop arbor: feel, smell, taste - at the Zellnerhof, all visitors can immerse themselves in the world of hops. Not only during the harvest season in late summer, but all around the year, the hop harvest on the farm can be experienced up close. An entertaining harvest film explains the individual work steps of a hop farmer from the field to the farm. During a customizable hop experience tour, all guests can expect plenty of Bavarian conviviality, hoppy tastings and lots of interesting facts about hops and beer. The tours are also offered for people with a walking disability and wheelchair users. Seating is available during the tour. A separate disabled toilet is not available.

Information on accessibility

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Some information on accessibility are listed below. For detailed information please see the evaluation report.

  • There is general parking for cars and buses in the yard (distance to the entrance/meeting point: 10 m). 
  • The parking lot and outdoor paths are easy to walk and drive on in terms of surface condition. Exterior paths have a maximum longitudinal slope of 5%. 
  • All rooms and facilities that can be used and raised for guests are accessible without steps. Door thresholds are a maximum of 3 cm high. 
  • Passages and doors in rooms (exhibition room, etc.) are at least 90 cm wide (exception: WC door with 80 cm passage width).
  • The exhibits are predominantly visible, perceptible or recognizable while seated. The information on the exhibits is predominantly legible while seated.
  • In the beer and hops tavern there are tables that can be driven under.
  • Guided tours are offered for people with walking disabilities and wheelchair users. Seating is available during the tour. The entire route is step-free for wheelchair users. Advance reservation is required.
  • There is no toilet designed for people with disabilities.

Some information on accessibility are listed below. Detailed information can be found in the test report.

  • Assistance dogs are allowed.
  • The entrances to the beer and hop guest room and to the public toilet are visually rich in contrast. In front of the toilet there is a low-contrast staircase without handrail in the outdoor area.
  • There are no obstacles, e.g. objects protruding into the path/room.
  • Operating elements and paths can be tactilely detected everywhere and are rich in contrast. The walls can be used for orientation.
  • The evaluated areas usable by the guest are bright and glare-free.
  • In the beer and hop guest room there is an exhibition of historical living and working facilities from around 1900. It is also the dining room. The exhibits in the exhibition are well illuminated.
  • There is no menu.
  • There is no information in Braille or prismatic writing.
  • Aids offered: reading aids (reading glasses, magnifying glasses, etc.)
  • Guided tours are offered for visually impaired and blind people. During the guided tour, exhibits are integrated for touching. A reservation is necessary.

Some information on accessibility are listed below. Detailed information can be found in the test report.

  • There is no alarm.
  • There is no audio induction loop.
  • In the beer and hop guest room there are tables with bright and glare-free lighting, on which there are no lamps that restrict the field of vision. There are no seating areas with low background noises.
  • Guided tours are offered for people with hearing disabilities, but not for deaf people. A reservation is necessary.

Some infromation on accessibility are listed below. Detailed information can be found in the test report.

  • The name and logo of the establishment are not clearly recognizable from the outside at the entrances.
  • There is no menu.
  • Information for orientation is not displayed in photorealistic representation or in the form of pictograms.
  • There is no colored or pictorial guidance system.
  • The destination of the path is within sight or there is an uninterrupted guidance system.
  • Guided tours are offered for people with cognitive impairments. A reservation is necessary. The contents (e.g. exhibits) of the tour are explained in a way that is easy to understand.
Certified in the period: September 2022 – August 2025

Address & contact

Hopfenhof Zellner

Flurstraße 2
84091 Pötzmes / Attenhofen
Phone number: +49 8751 3711
Website: www.hopfenhof-zellner.de

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