Dear visitors*, welcome!
Your health and the protection from Covid-19 are very important to us.
Our guests are spread over an exhibition area of several thousand square metres, so that you can always keep a distance of 1.5 metres to other visitors.
In order to ensure a safe visit to the museum, a hygiene plan and health-related safety measures - such as visitor restrictions or a separate visitor tour - have been developed in consultation with the responsible authorities. We would like to ask for your understanding in the event of temporary closures.
We look forward to your visit!
In the run-up to your visit to the museum
If you have flu symptoms, feel ill or your immune system is weakened due to a previous illness or for other reasons, we ask you to refrain from a visit! If you are visiting the Museum Wiesbaden with an accompanying person, contact must be permitted in accordance with official regulations.
The special exhibitions "Lebensmenschen — Alexej von Jawlensky and Marianne von Werefkin" and "Ludwig Knaus — Homecoming" are open. We are also very much looking forward to the opening of the large special natural history exhibition "Butterflies on the trail. With illustrations by Johann Brandstetter". In order to avoid a too high visitor density, we ask for your understanding if there are temporary restrictions at the entrance and access to individual rooms is temporarily not possible.
Events and public guided tours
Our event programme cannot take place at the moment. We invite you to download the free apps for your individual tour.
Mouth and nose protection
It is compulsory to wear a mouth and nose protector.
Rules of conduct
The hygiene and distance regulations of the Robert Koch Institute apply. Please always keep a distance of 1.5 metres to other guests. Please also follow the coughing and sneezing etiquette: cough or sneeze in the crook of your arm, use disposable handkerchiefs and dispose of them after each use, avoid shaking hands, wash your hands thoroughly and regularly (at least 20 seconds), do not touch the mucous membranes of the nose, mouth or eyes with your hands.
All employees of the Museum Wiesbaden approach the current situation with particular sensitivity and take the recommended protective measures. The frequency of cleaning intervals has been increased and instructions on relevant hygiene measures in public areas have been posted. Disinfectant dispensers can be found in the foyer and in front of the toilet facilities.
Our museum shop is open. Card payment is preferred.
The museum café is open and welcomes 16 guests at a time.
Status of information: 15 May 2020