We are extremely happy to be here for you again. At the same time, we take the health of our visitors and museum team to heart, and we want to offer everyone a place they feel safe in. So, to ensure you enjoy your visit without any complications, we would like to ask you to take certain useful precautions:
From age 12 and up visitors are required to wear a class FFP2 mask which covers their nose and mouth. Children under 12 years of age may also use other types of mouth and nose protection. For children under 6 years of age using masks is only a recommendation. Maintain a distance of one meter from all people who do not live in the same household as you. This also applies to the queue at the entrance. Please regularly disinfect your hands with the provided hand sanitizer, especially after touching surfaces.
For safety reasons, participant numbers are currently limited to 10 per tour. Reservations are required and can be made by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 0471 223413 during Museion opening times.
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How to find us
All visitors require a "Green Pass" (EU Digital COVID Certificate).
Euro 7,00 special reduced (one or more floors under setting-up)
Euro 5,00 reduced (regular) | Euro 3,50 reduced (special reduced)
(Age 65+, students, guest card, Fai, Italia Nostra, MART, Ferdinandeum)
Free admissionFor everyone, every thursday, from 6pm - 10pm Children up to 18 years
ICOM, AMACI, Amici del Museion, Presse, SKB, Museumobilcards, UNI BZ, Forum members
Euro 60,00, 60 minutes guided tour for adults (reservation required, max. 25 participants)
Euro 80,00, 90 minutes workshop for adults (reservation required, min. 6 - max. 15 participants) Euro 2,00 p.p. Students of the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano