Visit rules "Corona"
let's start with the good news: On Tuesday, May 5th, our museum will be open to you again. We ask for your understanding that the reopening is connected with a number of restrictions, behavioural and hygienic measures, which we kindly ask you to take into account in your own interest and in that of the other visitors. At this point we would like to inform you about the measures in detail:
The permanent exhibition The Human Adventure will be open again from 5th May. The exhibition is only accessible via the main entrance (room "Transparent Man") in the "one-way street" principle. Due to the increased risk of infection, some hands-on and touch areas must be kept out of service. This applies in particular to the exhibition area "Remembering - Thinking - Learning". We ask for your understanding! Disinfectant dispensers and disposable gloves are available at the exhibition entrance. Audio guides are disinfected and can be borrowed at the cash desk. You can download the audio guide and a tour in German Sign Language as an app online:
- The Children's Museum The World of the Senses will remain closed until further notice. Unfortunately, the numerous touch stations in the exhibition and the size of the rooms do not allow exhibition operations.
The new special exhibition Future Food. Food for Tomorrow’s World will be on accessible from 30th May.
TIMES & PRICES
- The regular opening hours apply: Tue to Sun, holidays: 10 to 18 h, Mon closed (1st June open)
- Until 29th May all museum tickets are reduced by 50%, from 30th May onwards the regular admission prices apply.
Longer waiting times may occur due to increased access restrictions.
- The Restaurant Museum Kitchen offers a small selection of snacks and drinks in a mobile catering area on the museum forecourt.
The museum shop will remain closed until further notice.
- The cloakroom will remain out of operation until further notice. Please use the marked lockers.
Covid-19 sufferers, contact persons, people from risk areas or people with a cold are unfortunately not allowed to enter the museum.
- Please follow the signposted tour.
For your own protection and that of your fellow human beings, please wear a mouth-nose cover during your visit. Disposable masks can be purchased at the museum if required.
Keep a distance of at least 1.5 to 2 metres to people who do not belong to your household.
Cleaning cycles are increased throughout the museum building - handrails, doors, surfaces, lockers and sanitary facilities are regularly cleaned and disinfected by our staff.
We provide disinfectant dispensers and disposable gloves at the exhibition entrances.
GUIDED TOURS & EDUCATIONAL OFFERS
Until further notice there will be no public guided tours.
Bookings that have already been made can be cancelled free of charge via our visitor service: firstname.lastname@example.org / Tel. +49 351 - 4846400
Also our events can unfortunately not take place until further notice. The accompanying programme to the exhibition "Future Food" is particularly affected by this. From the end of May, we will offer you a four-part videocast on our website with 30-minute expert talks on topics related to the exhibition.