Admission and Opening Hours
The museum is open.
For the visit of the Weserburg apply the so-called 3 Gs: Recovered, Vaccinated or Tested. Certificate as well as an identification document are required.
Children and young people up to 15 years are exempt from these rules. In addition, the usual AHA hygiene measures (keep your distance, wear a mask (recommended), follow sneezing etiquette, wash your hands) and designated walkways within the building apply.
Adults 9 Euro
Reduced 5 Euro
Students, trainees, volunteers, single parents and severely disabled people. Groups of 10 or more.
Free Admission for Children and Adolescents
The Sparkasse Bremen AG allows all children and adolescents up to the age of 18 free admission to the Weserburg. Separate tickets are required for the kek Kindermuseum.
Children and adolescents up to the age of 18 (except for the kek Kindermuseum), 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, IGBK, BBK Bremen, GEDOK Bremen.
Students of the Universität Bremen, the Hochschule Bremen, the Hochschule für Künste Bremen, the Hochschule für Künste im Sozialen Ottersberg, the Universität Oldenburg Fakultät 3 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