Uldgade is probably the most picturesque of all Tønder's beautiful streets and alleys. The street is cobbled, and the houses face the gable with the whimsical bay windows facing the street. This was due to the fact that the land registers were long and narrow, and the houses were typically furnished with an entrance and living room facing the street and a town hall facing the courtyard.
In Uldgade and the other side streets lived the town's craftsmen and small people, while the large merchants had their much larger houses along the main street Storegade. Many of these fine houses were equipped with beautiful portals over artfully decorated doors.
Level-free access, lift etc., which enable wheelchairs to get around.
There are rooms/areas where wheelchair users cannot enter, but it is still possible to have a good experience.
Available with a helper or some walking function.
There is a step or other that means you need help in order to participate/enter.
There is no lift, ramps or anything else that prevents wheelchairs from entering.
The accessibility assessment is based on a normal-sized wheelchair. If you use an extra-wide electric wheelchair or electric crosser, please contact the desired place of visit yourself. Likewise, there may be circumstances which mean that the availability for a period is not as described by us. A good idea is to always search for information on the website of the desired place to visit.