It’s been open since June 5, 2019 – the Haus der Bayerischen Geschichte’s Museum in Regensburg. The new building is located right on the Danube. Key elements include the permanent exhibition covering an area of 2,500 square meters and entitled "How Bavaria Became Free State and what makes it so distinctive", a 360-degree multi-projection show in the foyer, a shop with a treasure trove of Bavarian products, and a Bavarian tavern serving culinary specialities from every region in Bavaria.
Permanent Exhibition ticket:
Adults 5.00 €
Discounted admission (e.g. seniors, the severely disabled, groups of 15 people or more) € 4.00
Children and teenagers up to the age of 18, students with their class, and university students up to the age of 30: Free admission
Members of the “Freundeskreis Haus der Bayerischen Geschichte”: Free admission
By the way: Admission to the 25-minute-long, 360-degree panorama "The Backstory" with actor and TV presenter Christoph Suess in the foyer of the museum is generally free!
Experience all the different topics of the permanent exhibition with our broad range of guided tours.
For information and reservations, please contact our reservation hotline at +49 (0) 941 788 388 0, or send a mail to museumsfuehrung(at)stadtmaus.de.
The new museum in Regensburg is an excellent place for school groups to learn as well! We offer a variety of guided tours and programmes for all types of school - from elementary to high school. While younger kids can recreate the colossal "Bavaria" statue and test out Karl Valentin's rocket ship, older children can immerse themselves in topics such as "Democracy and Civic Participation" in the Interactive State Parliament.
For information and reservations, please contact our reservation hotline, open from Monday through Friday from 10 am to 1 pm, at +49 (0) 941 788 388 0, or send a mail to museumsfuehrung(at)stadtmaus.de.
The Discovery Trail and the Mediaguide turn any visit to the museum into an exciting family event. At many stations, children and young people become active themselves, and can access additional information on the history of the Free State of Bavaria. Simply borrow the Mediaguide at the admissions desk and off you go!
The museum is wheelchair accessible. The media guide includes content in German sign language and basic German. Hearing loops are installed for deaf and hard of hearing visitors. Various offerings are available for visually impaired and blind visitors. Handicap parking spaces are located on the south side of the museum.
The museum has wheelchair access. The Mediaguide includes content in German sign language and basic German. Hearing loops are installed for visitors who are hearing-impaired. There are also various offers available for the visually impaired. Parking spaces for the handicapped are available on the south side of the museum.
You can find contact information and a map here. Further service information for your visit can be found online.
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