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Everything you need to know for your visit

Welcome to the Sudeten German Museum!

On this page you will find everything you need to know ahead of your visit to the museum.

You can currently enjoy your visit to the Sudeten German Museum without any Covid-related restrictions. However, we recommend wearing an FFP2 mask.

Opening hours

Tuesday–Sunday: 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Last admission at 5:30 p.m.
Closed on Monday (except public holidays)
Closed on 24, 25 and 31 December, New Year’s Day and Good Friday

Admission prices

Adults5,00 €Aged 26 and over
Adults reduced rate3,50 €Under 26
Over 65
Severely disabled
Bundeswehr conscripts
Groups per person3,50 €15 people or more
Guided tours5,00 €Per person /
Minimum charge: 75,00 €
ChildrenFreeUnder 18
School groupsFree 
StudentsFreeUnder 26
Holder of the Deutscher Museumsbund or
ICOM card
Free 
Admission on Sunday1,00 € 

Tickets are available at the museum ticket counter or in the online shop.

Directions

By underground: all S-Bahn trains on the main line to Rosenheimer Platz, exit Gasteig/Muffathalle/Hochstraße

By tram: No. 25 to Rosenheimer Platz

By car: paid parking available in the Gasteig and Holiday Inn/Motorama underground

Contact details

Sudetendeutsches Museum
Hochstraße 10
81669 München
info@sudetendeutsches-museum.de
Telephone: +49 89 480003-37



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Things to note

  • We ask you to leave all larger items (for example, bags bigger than A4, umbrellas, walking sticks and rucksacks) in the lockers in the cloakroom for the duration of your visit.
  • Please be considerate of other visitors at all times.
  • Taking photographs for private purposes is permitted provided neither a flash nor a tripod is used.
  • Please put your mobile phone in silent mode for the duration of your visit.
  • Small dogs and guide dogs are allowed into the museum in dog carts.

Hygiene and behaviour

The current regulations for entering the museum are as follows:

  • The so-called 2G and 3G rules no longer apply.
  • We nonetheless recommend wearing an FFP-2 mask.
  • Hygiene and safety measures must be observed.

If you have any questions about visiting the museum (including enquiries about guided tours), please use the contact form. You will receive a response to your query.

Barrier-free access

The museum is fully accessible. There are tactile floor markings as well as audio and touch-screen terminals. The museum texts are available both in audio and in German sign language.

Media-Guide

The multimedia guide is available from the reception.

Museum shop

A shop selling the museum’s own products and publications will shortly open in the foyer. In addition, it will soon be possible to place orders via the online shop.

Refreshments

A museum café is planned in the basement of the museum building. The café is not yet open to visitors.

Thank you for your understanding!

Tips for groups

If you plan to visit the museum with a group of more than 10 people, please register your visit at anmeldung@sudetendeutsches-museum.de stating the desired day and time as well as the number of participants (even if you do not wish to book a guided tour). Many thanks!

Contact/registration for groups

Digital formats

Take advantage of our digital communication formats! Whether you would like to get to know the Sudeten German Museum spontaneously from home, plan to come from afar or want to find out more about a specific topic, we have various online formats for you.

Our current digital programme can be found in Events.