Against the backdrop of an empty industrial factory and large vacant lots in the district of Bettenhausen, the Sandershaus opened in 2017 as the city’s first hostel. The Sandershaus is, however, more than that: it is a place for culture and the art of sustainable handiwork such as repair cafés, and the upcycling movement. The team shows its hospitality by operating not only a bar, a restaurant, and a hostel but also the Amal, a housing for refugees.
Serigrafistas queer have set up a rural meeting place outside of the Haferkakaofabrik that they use as a gathering space: in Argentina they make prints for LGBTTTIQ+. Also present are Sa Sa Art Projects, and Trampoline House, which furthers its ongoing work supporting refugees.
Daily from 10 am to 8 pm
Sandershäuser Str. 79, 34123 Kassel
The Sandershaus is only partially wheelchair accessible.
Access to the interior of the building and the bar there can only be accessed via several steps at both entrances and therefore are not barrier-free. Ramps are not available.
The works in the backyard of Sandershaus/Haferkakaofabrik are partially accessible at ground level. The conditions of the grounds (Street concrete, lawn, dry garden soil) must be taken into account.
The barrier-free bathroom on the ground floor is accessible from outside.
You can find a detailed map of the city of Kassel here (in German language). Selection in the topic layer “Themen-Layer”: Verkehr & Mobilität + Behindertenparkplätze
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