PLAN YOUR VISIT

Due to exhibition change the museum is closed.

The new exhibition will be open from March 02, 2024.

Opening hours: Tuesday - Sunday from 10 am - 6 pm



Prices


One-way ticket:
14,00 €
Family ticket (Parents with children under the age of 18.):
27,00 €
Pupils from 13 years old:
5,00 €
Children under 12 years old:
free entrance
Combined ticket (with the Staatl. Kunsthalle):
18,00 €

Visitors with disabilities:
11,00 €
Students:
11,00 €
Unemployed:
11,00 €
Club SWR3:
11,00 €
Reduced combination ticket:
14,00 €
ICOM and Museums Pass Musées:
free

Groups from 15 persons:
each 11,00 €
Primary school class with 2 chaperones:
free entrance
School class from 5th grade with 2 chaperons:
per pupil 2,00 €

Annual ticket for the Frieder Burda Museum:
60,00 €
Reduced to:
48,00 €
Museums Pass Musées:
123,00 €
Discount:
113,00 €

Getting here

The Museum Frieder Burda is located in the heart of the city, on Lichtentaler Allee, and has excellent public transportation connections. We have listed the different ways to get there below.


• Direct bus connection from Baden-Baden rail station with busses no 201 and 216 towards bus stop Augustaplatz.

• From Augustaplatz go across the square into the park, cross the river Oos and you will approach the museum directly.


• Congress parking garage at Augustaplatz
• Parking garage City at the Lichtentaler Straße
• parking garage Kurhaus Casino

Travel groups arriving by bus will receive an entry permit to the nearby ''Ludwig-Wilhelm-Platz'' (entry and exit) with subsequent parking permit at the bus parking lot in Eisenbahnstraße under the e-mail address strassenverkehr@baden-baden.de.


Accessibility for the Disabled

People with special needs are most welcome at Museum Frieder Burda. All public areas of the museum are accessible to people with disabilities. Barrierefreiheit Piktogram


People with walking disabilities may disembark at Lichtentaler Allee at Museum Frieder Burda, which is otherwise closed to traffic. The vehicle must subsequently be parked elsewhere, in line with regulations.

Tours in Sign Language can also be arranged upon request. For wearers of hearing aids, we also offer teleloops. This makes it possible to participate without difficulty in a scheduled tour using the normal audio guides.

We offer guided tours of many of the exhibitions for blind and visually impaired people.

Available free of charge at the cash desk.


FAQ


No, admission is also possible without an online-ticket, but there may be waiting times. Booking an online-ticket guarantees that you will be admitted on your desired date. Especially on weekends and public holidays, we recommend buying an online-ticket.

Tickets can only be purchased via the online store or directly at the museum.

No, you can also show the PDF file on your smartphone at the front desk.

You can reserve a time slot free of charge via the online store.

You can find the entitlement to reduced admission here

Information on how to find us and the parking facilities can be found here

You can find information on accessibility here





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