The Weserburg Museum for Modern Art is that institution in Bremen which is devoted to international contemporary art. Both a succession of solo and thematic group exhibitions and a collection presentation with long-term orientation allow lively, inquisitive encounters with artistic production from the 1960s to the present.The historical warehouses, with a central and remarkable location in the middle of the Weser River, provide almost 5,000 square metres of exhibition space serving as an ideal framework for these shared experiences.
Tuesday to Sunday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Good Friday, Easter Monday, 1 May, Whit Monday, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day closed.
On all other holidays, except those falling on a Monday, the museum is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Weserburg Museum für moderne Kunst
Teerhof 20, 28199 Bremen
Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
+49 (0)421 59839-0
Adults 9 Euro
Reduced 5 Euro
Admission tickets for the Weserburg may be purchased at the museum desk, at all Nordwest ticket agencies, or online at the Nordwest-Ticket-Webshop: www.nordwest-ticket.de
Students, trainees, volunteers, single parents and severely disabled people. Groups of 10 or more.
Free admission for children and adolescents
From January 2018, the Sparkasse Bremen AG will allow all children and adolescents up to the age of 18 free admission to the Weserburg. Separate tickets are required for the kek Kindermuseum and the Deutscher Karikaturenpreis.
Children and adolescents up to the age of 18 (except for the kek Kindermuseum and the Deutscher Karikaturenpreis), job seekers and recipients of basic social security, registered accompanying persons of severely disabled persons. Free admission for children and adolescents has been made possible by Sparkasse Bremen AG, since 2018.
Museumsfreunde Weserburg, Press, DMB, ICOM, BBK Bremen, GEDOK Bremen.
Students of the Hochschule für Künste Bremen, the Universität Bremen FB 09, the Universität Oldenburg Fakultät 111, the Hochschule Ottersberg and the Kunstschule Wandsbek.
In cooperation with the GAK | Gesellschaft für Aktuelle Kunst, the Weserburg offers a reasonably priced combination ticket. The two institutions are housed in the same building. Recent developments in contemporary art have been presented here in alternating exhibitions since 1980. Additional information is available at www.gak-bremen.de
Adults 10 Euro
Reduced 6 Euro
Book a guided tour
Our trained staff will guide you through the exhibitions and collections of the Weserburg, on request also on special topics, in German and English.
Public Guided Tour
3,- Euro plus admission
Sundays at 3 pm
Registration is not required.
Private Guided Tour
50,- Euro plus admission
Groups up to 10 persons
80,- Euro plus admission
Groups up to 25 persons
Registration is required.
Guided Tour for school classes and
40,- Euro, 60 minutes
60,- Euro, 90 minutes with practical part
We offer special guided tours which are developed for school classes. The tours can be booked with a particular focus in advance:
• 1. Farb(T)räume. Neue Formen der Malerei
• 2. Landschaft im Blick. Stadt, Natur und andere Ansichten
• 3. Take your time. Zeit und Zufall in der Kunst
• 4. Das Flüstern der Dinge. Alltag, Werk und Poesie
Admission for school classes and kindergartens is free. Guided tours can be booked at extra cost.
Registration is required.
Information and booking requests under +49 (0)421-59839-0
Almost all museum’s exhibition areas are accessible to people with walking disabilities. Disabled parking is available on the forecourt. If required, a wheelchair can be borrowed at the cash desk. There is a bathroom with wheelchair access in the building.
In our bookstore you will find a large selection of art books, illustrated books and postcards. In addition, you have the opportunity to purchase special design products, multiples and sometimes rare artist books. Children’s books, special Weserburg products and small sweets complete the offer.
You can also order our exhibition catalogues, posters and editions online. Here you will find an overview of all articles:
The museum library contains a comprehensive supply of exhibition catalogues, artist’s monograms, and art magazines. The focus is on publications on the visual arts from the 1960s to the present as well as inventory catalogues of museums both in Germany and abroad. The library currently contains circa 10,000 volumes and can be accessed via an in-house database.
From June 2019, the library will be integrated into the exhibition tour and complemented by a comfortable lounge area. Here, all visitors can relax in the opening hours of the museum, see art books and magazines or enjoy the unique view over the Weser.
Denn man TAU: the gastronomy in the Weserburg building. In addition to coffee specialities and homemade cakes, delicious lunch, there are tiki cocktails, beer and wines in the evening hours. TAU also offers tacos, chili con and sin carne and other Mexican delicacies. Live concerts, parties, readings and other cultural events take place at different intervals. Further information on the programme can be found at www.facebook.com/TauWeserburg
Wednesday to Thursday 11am to 11pm
Friday to Saturday 11am to 11pm sometimes longer
Sunday 13 to 18 o’clock
The rooms can also be rented for private parties and events on request. TAU is happy to help with the planning and organization and can offer special catering on request.
+49 (0)421 49952596