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Information on Covid-19

It is very important to us that our visitors feel comfortable and safe with us!
We therefore ask you kindly to continue to wear mouth-nose covering in the form of a FFP2 or medical mask and to consider hygiene measures such as distance regulations and hand disinfection even after the legal pandemic measures have ended.
Thank you for this!

Children’s Museum:
On weekdays, you are not obliged to book a time slot. However, if you have a longer journey, feel free to book a time slot for your visit by writing us your preferred date and time via

On weekends, bank holidays and during school holidays, you are obliged to book a time slot.
Saturday, Sunday, bank holiday:
10 a.m. – 12.30 p.m., 12.30 p.m.– 2.45 p.m, 3 p.m. – 5.30 p.m.

Weekdays during school holidays:
Tuesday, Wednesday: 1 p.m. – 2.45 p.m., 3 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Thursday, Friday: 1 p.m. – 3.15 p.m., 3.30 p.m. – 6 p.m.

Please be aware that we will have to cancel your reservation if you do not arrive by 15 minutes past your time slot in favour of other guest.

Please move only in your visiting unit, e.g. with your family members. Please follow the directions of the cashier or educational team.

If you have any questions concerning your visit, please feel free to ask.
We look forward to welcoming you back in the museum!
You can find our opening hours here.

About the
Children’s museum

“Hands-on” is expressly desired – actually! In our children’s museum young and old become researchers: You search, discover and build.

Totally awesome
„Totally awesome“. Photo: Edwin Scharff Museum, Nik Schölzel

Constructing, research, experiment – this is currently possible in a modified version. Our educational team has thought about how we can make the exhibition accessible to you in the best way concerning the actual situation – and you can do almost as much as before. For example, you can get the materials for building already packed at the stations from the supervisors.

„Archinature“. Photo: Edwin Scharff Museum, Martina Strilic
Listen who‘s watching!
„Listen who‘s watching!“. Photo: Edwin Scharff Museum, Martina Strilic

About our Children’s Museum:

The exhibitions in the children’s museum range from socially relevant subjects to cultural history and natural science. We have already dealt with topics such as the family, death, our bodies, globalisation and anything else that moves and motivates us.

These exhibitions, covering a great variety of fields of knowledge, change every year. They are designed to make learning really fun and turn it into something that happens in the course of play. Our experimental and hands-on exhibits turn visitors young and old into active players. In doing so, our museum is responding to our natural sense of playfulness, the urge to move and curiosity. And those are not confined to children: we also have many enthusiastic adult visitors. 

Tell me about death
„Tell me about death“. Photo: Edwin Scharff Museum, Nik Schölzel
Far away and yet so near
„Far away and yet so near“. Photo: Edwin Scharff Museum, Nik Schölzel
Totally awesome
„Totally awesome“. Photo: Edwin Scharff Museum, Nik Schölzel

General information for your visit

Socks only
Please take off your shoes in the children’s museum. You are welcome to bring your own slippers.

Please note
We reserve the right to limit admission to the children’s museum on crowded days if necessary.

From museum workshops and holidays in the museum to sunday stories in the museum or children’s birthday parties: Our museum offers you a wide range of creative and educational programmes. 
You can find it here!

We kindly ask you to book an offer at least two weeks in advance. The offer is only considered booked when you receive a confirmation via e-mail.