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  • Skulptur zum Beethovenjahr mit medizinischer Maske im Eingangsbereich Deutsches Museum Bonn. Photo: Deutsches Museum | Eric Alexander Lichtenscheidt

    Current regulations, hygiene concept

    With a tried-and-tested hygiene concept, we do all that we can to ensure that our visitors and employees are as safe as possible.

    Information and recommendations since 3 April 2022:

    • The Ordinance for the Prevention and Control of Coronavirus for North Rhine-Westphalia has been adapted to the provisions of the German Act on the Prevention and Control of Infectious Diseases. This significantly reduces the protective measures against the spread of coronavirus. The previous 3G (requiring people to provide evidence that they have been tested or vaccinated or have recently recovered from Covid-19) and access restrictions no longer apply and it is no longer compulsory to wear a mask indoors. Visitors no longer have to produce evidence of a vaccination, a negative test or a recent recovery.
    • The NRW state government expressly recommends people to continue wearing a mask indoors. Therefore, we urge our visitors aged 6 and over to continue to wear a mask in our closed museum rooms to protect everyone. Visitors aged 16 and over are recommended to wear an FFP2-mask.
    • We recommend that you continue to observe the 1.50m social-distancing rules. Please avoid forming groups.
    • Well-maintained sanitiser stations are available for your use.
    • The Deutsches Museum Bonn follows the provisions for the prevention of new infections laid down in the latest version of the Ordinance for the Prevention and Control of Coronavirus of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia: https://www.mags.nrw/coronavirus-rechtlicheregelungen-nrw
    • Please follow the instructions of our employees.
  • Loungeecke im Eingangsbereich des Deutschen Museums Bonn. Photo: Deutsches Museum | Daniela Schmitter

    Food and drink

    • In the entrance area, there is a vending machine for hot drinks, and one for cold drinks and snacks.
    • The Wissenschaftszentrum bistro is currently available Tues – Fri from 11.30. to 14.00 (Fri until 13.00).
    • Unfortunately, no birthday cakes or similar can be consumed in the museum during a child’s birthday party. There is unfortunately also no room available for this. However, there is the option of eating cake outside in the atrium. We will be happy to provide cushions to sit on.
  • Hinweisschilder im Museumsshop und Eingangsbereich des Deutschen Museums Bonn. Photo: Deutsches Museum | Eric Alexander Lichtenscheidt

    Service facilities

    • Cloakroom: both a cloakroom and lockers (deposit €2) are available. We also provide drawers for school parties to store their bags.
      Please note that visitors are not permitted to take large rucksacks, bags and pieces of luggage into the exhibition area.
    • Baby-changing facilities: there are baby-changing facilities in the ladies’ and the men’s toilets.
    • Visitor wheelchairs: a visitor wheelchair is available on every level of the museum. You can find all further information on barrier-free access here.
  • Im Rahmen der Neuausrichtung des Deutschen Museums Bonn »Mission KI« entstehen Erlebnisräume. Der Erlebnisraum KI zeigt Anwendungsbeispiele zur Künstlichen Intelligenz. Photo: Deutsches Museum | Eric Alexander Lichtenscheidt

    House rules

    • Please observe our house rules.
    • Animals, apart from assistance dogs, are not permitted in the museum.
    • Pushchairs are permitted in the museum.
    • Visitors are not permitted to take large rucksacks, bags and pieces of luggage with them into the exhibition area.
    • Eating and drinking is not permitted in the museum
  • In einer Kameralinse spiegelt sich der Museumseingang. Photo: Alexander Goettert | Deutsches Museum

    Photography and filming

    • For private purposes: you are welcome to take photographs and make films in our exhibitions - including with a flash. However, the use of a tripods or selfie-sticks is not permitted.
    • Professional photography: you want to take photographs for publications? Please contact our press office in advance.

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FAQs

You will find the answers to the most frequently asked questions about visiting the Deutsches Museum Bonn here.