The 'Wert des Lebens' Exhibition is located on the first upper floor and comprises 15 rooms. The first part of the exhibition deals with the historical developments from the Enlightenment to eugenics under National Socialism, the second part with the current society-relevant questions posed by modern medicine and the third with the lives and routines of people in our society with and without disabilities.

Common to all three areas is the attention paid to dealing with people who are perceived by the majority to be 'different' – whatever the reason may be.

The rooms for 'attunement' are located on the ground floor and offer an introduction into the topic of 'living with a disability'.

On the following pages, you will find short introductions to the rooms of the exhibition.