Our second day in Munich, we visited Dachau concentration camp memorial.  It was very flat and wheelchair accessible But with some gravel areas. At the visitor center, there was an option to borrow an electric scooter if one chose. It was an educational experience and I don’t have words to describe the horrific history in this place.

In the historic part of downtown Munich, we toured the museum and Residenz palace of the Bavarian elect tors.  There was much beautiful and ornate furniture and decorations, sculptures, tapestries, paintings and the like. We had to find somebody to bring ramps out for me to enter the building and there were a few very narrow openings that my wheelchair had to squeeze through but much of it was very nicely wheelchair accessible. It was definitely worth going to.