1. Where does the „Lange Nacht der Museen“ take place?
In 64 museums, cultural institutions, galleries and a variety of other exciting and unusual exhibition sites all over the city of Stuttgart.
2. How much is the ticket?
Tickets for adults are available for € 22,-. Reduced tickets for students are € 16,-. A student ID is required at the box office when exchanging tickets.
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 letter „B“ and the note „The authorization to bring an accompanying person is proven“ are entered in the official disability certificate.
3. Where can I buy tickets in advance?
Tickets are available at many of the participating museums and galleries and all ticket booths in Stuttgart and the entire region. Please click here for a complete list of places where you can buy the ticket in advance. Ticket-Hotline: 0711/60 17 17 30 or online for hard-tickets or print@home tickets.
4. How does the E-Ticket work?
The E-Ticket is valid as a Din A4 printout of as a cell phone ticket.
Each E-Ticket must be personalized for the respective ticket holder with first and last name.
You will find the link to download the E-Ticket in the order confirmation e-mail.
E-Tickets can be ordered here.
5. What does the ticket include?
The ticket includes entry to all participating museums and galleries, as well as functioning as a VVS integral ticket for the entire VVS network. On March 25th from 12.00 a.m. onwards, the holder is entitled to use all VVS operated public transport (2nd class) until closing hour, within the entire VVS network.
The ticket is also valid for the use of the shuttle buses on the Tour Hafen (harbor), Wein and West from Karlsplatz to different directions – Tourenplan
6. Where can I get tickets on the day of the event?
In all participating museums and galleries, ticket bands for adults will be sold at the box office on the evening of the event for € 22,- and reduced tickets for € 16,- for students.
Tickets purchased in advance will be exchanged for a ticket band at the box office on the evening of the event when you visit a museum for the first time. When a Print@home ticket is exchanged for a ticket band, identity checks will be carried out using an official identification document.
In the case of reduced tickets, a valid school or student ID must be presented when exchanging tickets or purchasing them at the box office.
7. How are the cultural institutions connected?
Many venues in the city center around Karlsplatz, Schlossplatz and Charlottenplatz are located within a short distance of each other and can be reached on foot from the Charlottenplatz or Schlossplatz stops.
The ticket is valid as a VVS integral ticket for the entire VVS network. On March 25th from 12:00 a. m. onwards, it entitles the holder to use all VVS means of transport (2nd class) in the entire VVS network for the entire evening and for the way home until closing hour.
In addition, shuttle buses will run on the Tour Hafen and West from Karlsplatz into different directions. The buses on Tour Wein run from Hafen (the harbour).
In the program magazine and on the homepage, the best stop and the train and bus lines are listed for each participating institution. In addition, there is a Lange Nacht route map, in which all participating facilities are clearly marked with the appropriate stop.
8. Where can I get the booklet with the entire program?
The program magazine with detailed information on the „Lange Nacht der Museen“ is available free of charge at the participating museums, cultural institutions and galleries, all advance booking offices and many distribution points in Stuttgart and the region. You can also find the program magazine online in the download area.
9. Do I have to turn in my bag?
In some museums, larger bags have to be checked or turned in for security reasons.
We advise you to only take a small bag with you.
10. Where can I get further information?
For further questions, please contact our hotline 0711/60 17 17 30. Starting from 3 p.m. on the day of the event, a LIFT information desk on the Schlossplatz (between the restaurant „Alte Kanzlei“ and the Landesmuseum) will provide information on the „Lange Nacht der Museen“.
11. What are the regulations for adolescent visitors?
The law for the protection of the youth applies. This means that young people aged 16 and more may attend the event unaccompanied until 0 o’clock 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 can be the parents or, for example, older siblings, uncles or aunts. The supervisory responsibility should be clearly assigned by the parents for the event, confirmed in writing and provided with a telephone number where the parents can be reached on Saturday evening.
12. What are the covid-19 rules for the "Lange Nacht der Museen"?
The covid-19 ordinance of the state of Baden-Württemberg valid on May 21st 2022 applies. In addition, the respective hygiene rules and requirements for the mask obligation of the visited facilities apply.
13. What do I do if I cannot attend the LNDM and want to pass on my personalized ticket?
The new ticket holder must have the ticket changed to his or her name on the evening of the event and must show up at the information desk with an official identification document (e. g. ID card) and the personalized LNDM ticket.
Reduced tickets for students can only be transferred to other students.
The information desk is located on Schlossplatz between the Alte Kanzlei and the Landesmuseum and will be manned from 3 p.m. onwards.
14. What do I do if I fall ill with covid-19 at short notice and cannot attend the "Lange Nacht der Museen"?
After the event, contact the advance booking office where you purchased the ticket and clarify whether the ticket will be taken back. Here, each point of sale decides for itself whether and under what conditions it will take back the tickets. In the case of tickets purchased on www.lange-nacht.de, it may be possible to have the ticket price refunded in the event of a proven covid-19 illness. For this we need the proof of a personalized PCR test with date.
15. Who’s hosting the „Lange Nacht der Museen“?
The team of „LIFT – Das Stuttgartmagazin“ organizes the „Lange Nacht der Museen“ since 1999.