FAQs

In 64 museums, cultural institutions, galleries and a variety of other exciting and unusual exhibition sites all over the city of Stuttgart.

Pre-sale tickets, purchased at a participating venue and tickets, purchased at the box office are priced at € 22,- students can get discounted ticket for € 16,-.

For tickets purchased online, via our hotline, or at pre-sale locations, an additional pre-sale fee is charged to the ticket price. (Online: +€1.93/+€1.69) (Hotline and pre-sale locations: +€2/+€1.45)

A student ID is required for a ticket exchange at the box office.

Children under the age of 6 are admitted free of charge. The accompanying person of a visitor with a severe disability is admitted free of charge if the official disability card contains the letter „B“ and the note „The authorization to take an accompanying person is proven.“

Most participating venues offer pre-sale tickets as well as a tickets at the box office. Tickets can also be purchased via our Ticket-Hotline: 0711/60 17 17 30, online or at many pre-sale locations in and around Stuttgart. Please click here for a complete list of places where you can buy tickets in advance.

The E-Ticket is valid as a mobile ticket or a Din A4 printout.

You can find the link to download the E-Ticket in the confirmation email of your order.

E-tickets (mobile tickets or print@home tickets) will be scanned at the box office of the first venue visited on the evening of the event and will be exchanged for a ticket band.

E-Tickets can be ordered here.

The ticket allows to enter all participating venues for free and is simultaneously serving as a public transportation ticket for the entire VVS network. It entitles the holder to free use of all VVS operated public transport (2nd class) on March 16th from 12:00 pm until the end of service as well as access to the shuttle buses on the Tour Hafen, Tour Wein and Tour Degerloch.

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At most of the participating venues, ticket bands will be sold at the box office on the evening of the event. Ticket bands are priced at € 22,- students can get discounted tickets for € 16,-.

Hard-tickets purchased in advance will be exchanged for a ticket band at the box office of the first venue visited on the evening of the event.

E-tickets (mobile tickets or print@home tickets) will be scanned at the box office of the first venue visited on the evening of the event and will be exchanged for a ticket band.

The ticket band will be attached to the wrist and entitles the holder to visit all participating venues, use the shuttle buses, and access all public transportation in the VVS area for free.

For discounted tickets, the presentation of a valid school or student ID is required when exchanging or purchasing tickets at the box office.

Many venues in the city center are located closely to another and can be reached within short walking distances from the shuttle bus station „Schlossplatz“ or the subway stations „Schlossplatz“ and „Charlottenplatz“.

The shuttle buses for Tour Hafen depart at Schlossplatz. Shuttle buses for the Tour Wein depart at the Hafen while the shuttle buses for the Tour Degerloch depart at the ZOB Degerloch (platform 5).

The ticket entitles the holder to free use of all VVS operated public transport (2nd class) on March 16th from 12:00 pm until the end of service as well as access to the shuttle buses.

In the program booklet and on out homepage, the best stop for each participating venue is listed. Additionally, there is a separate Lange-Nacht tour plan that illustrates all participating venues with the corresponding stop.

The program booklet contains detailed information on the „Lange Nacht der Museen“ and is available for free at most of the participating venues, all pre-sale locations and many distribution points in and around Stuttgart. You can also find the program booklet online in our download section.

Due to security reasons, larger bags must be checked in at some museums.

We recommend to only take a small bag with you.

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For further information, please contact our hotline 0711/60 17 17 30 or visit our LIFT-information desk on March 16th starting from 3:00 pm. We will be located at Schlossplatz between the restaurant Alte Kanzlei and the Landesmuseum.

The Youth Protection Act applies. This means that young people aged 16 and older may attend the event unaccompanied until midnight at the latest. If 16- and 17-year-olds wish to stay longer, a person with parental authority/authorized representative must assume responsibility for supervision; this could be parents or, for example, older siblings, uncles or aunts. The supervisory responsibility should be clearly delegated for the event, confirmed in writing and provided with a telephone number where the parents can be reached on Saturday evening.

The Stuttgart magazine LIFT is the organizer of the „Lange Nacht der Museen“, which has been taking place in Stuttgart for 25 years.

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In 64 museums, cultural institutions, galleries and a variety of other exciting and unusual exhibition sites all over the city of Stuttgart.

Pre-sale tickets, purchased at a participating venue and tickets, purchased at the box office are priced at € 22,- students can get discounted ticket for € 16,-.

For tickets purchased online, via our hotline, or at pre-sale locations, an additional pre-sale fee is charged to the ticket price. (Online: +€1.93/+€1.69) (Hotline and pre-sale locations: +€2/+€1.45)

A student ID is required for a ticket exchange at the box office.

Children under the age of 6 are admitted free of charge. The accompanying person of a visitor with a severe disability is admitted free of charge if the official disability card contains the letter „B“ and the note „The authorization to take an accompanying person is proven.“

Most participating venues offer pre-sale tickets as well as a tickets at the box office. Tickets can also be purchased via our Ticket-Hotline: 0711/60 17 17 30, online or at many pre-sale locations in and around Stuttgart. Please click here for a complete list of places where you can buy tickets in advance.

The E-Ticket is valid as a mobile ticket or a Din A4 printout.

You can find the link to download the E-Ticket in the confirmation email of your order.

E-tickets (mobile tickets or print@home tickets) will be scanned at the box office of the first venue visited on the evening of the event and will be exchanged for a ticket band.

E-Tickets can be ordered here.

The ticket allows to enter all participating venues for free and is simultaneously serving as a public transportation ticket for the entire VVS network. It entitles the holder to free use of all VVS operated public transport (2nd class) on March 16th from 12:00 pm until the end of service as well as access to the shuttle buses on the Tour Hafen, Tour Wein and Tour Degerloch.

At most of the participating venues, ticket bands will be sold at the box office on the evening of the event. Ticket bands are priced at € 22,- students can get discounted tickets for € 16,-.

Hard-tickets purchased in advance will be exchanged for a ticket band at the box office of the first venue visited on the evening of the event.

E-tickets (mobile tickets or print@home tickets) will be scanned at the box office of the first venue visited on the evening of the event and will be exchanged for a ticket band.

The ticket band will be attached to the wrist and entitles the holder to visit all participating venues, use the shuttle buses, and access all public transportation in the VVS area for free.

For discounted tickets, the presentation of a valid school or student ID is required when exchanging or purchasing tickets at the box office.

Many venues in the city center are located closely to another and can be reached within short walking distances from the shuttle bus station „Schlossplatz“ or the subway stations „Schlossplatz“ and „Charlottenplatz“.

The shuttle buses for Tour Hafen depart at Schlossplatz. Shuttle buses for the Tour Wein depart at the Hafen while the shuttle buses for the Tour Degerloch depart at the ZOB Degerloch (platform 5).

The ticket entitles the holder to free use of all VVS operated public transport (2nd class) on March 16th from 12:00 pm until the end of service as well as access to the shuttle buses.

In the program booklet and on out homepage, the best stop for each participating venue is listed. Additionally, there is a separate Lange-Nacht tour plan that illustrates all participating venues with the corresponding stop.

The program booklet contains detailed information on the „Lange Nacht der Museen“ and is available for free at most of the participating venues, all pre-sale locations and many distribution points in and around Stuttgart. You can also find the program booklet online in our download section.

Due to security reasons, larger bags must be checked in at some museums.

We recommend to only take a small bag with you.

For further information, please contact our hotline 0711/60 17 17 30 or visit our LIFT-information desk on March 16th starting from 3:00 pm. We will be located at Schlossplatz between the restaurant Alte Kanzlei and the Landesmuseum.

The Youth Protection Act applies. This means that young people aged 16 and older may attend the event unaccompanied until midnight at the latest. If 16- and 17-year-olds wish to stay longer, a person with parental authority/authorized representative must assume responsibility for supervision; this could be parents or, for example, older siblings, uncles or aunts. The supervisory responsibility should be clearly delegated for the event, confirmed in writing and provided with a telephone number where the parents can be reached on Saturday evening.

The Stuttgart magazine LIFT is the organizer of the „Lange Nacht der Museen“, which has been taking place in Stuttgart for 25 years.

Lange Nacht der Museen

16. März 2024, 18-1 Uhr
Ticket: € 22,- (gg.falls zzgl. VVK-Gebühr)
Ermäßigtes Ticket für Studierende, SchülerInnen, Azubis: €16,- (gg.falls zzgl. VVK-Gebühr)

Ticket- und Info-Hotline:
0711/60 17 17 30

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Programmänderungen

  • Die Architektenkammer BW ist nur zwischen 18 und 22:30 Uhr geöffnet.
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