Becoming a member in the Deutsches Museum has many advantages!
One Card: Five Museums. Why not become a Member Today?
Advantages: no waiting in line at our ticket offices, participate in special tours and events, see behind the scenes and receive the Deutsches Museum magazine.
Online application only for new members!If you have been a member before, you do not need to fill out a new application. Simply reactivate your (gift) membership via our change form. Please note the changed goodwill month: 1 December.
Telephone +49 89 2179-310
Fax +49 89 2179-99310
Phone hours: Monday and Thursday 9 am - 12 pm
Changes to the membership
Changes to your membership: should you have a new address or bank details, or simply want to renew or reactivate your membership, there is no need to fill out a new application form! Simply submit your request online here...Change form
Apply for membership
Would you like to join the Deutsches Museum family? Simply fill out the application form online...Application form for new members
Pay contribution by direct debit
Do you want to give us a (new) direct debit mandate? Download the form, fill it in and send it to Mitgliederservice (Membership Services).Form_Sepa_direct debit_mandate (PDF 47 KB)
More for Members
Current annual membership fees:
- Private individuals €102
- Schools €0.60 per calendar year and pupil (total number of pupils of the school)
- Companies and institutions €512 (on request)
- Free admission to all five branches:
Deutsches Museum Bonn
Deutsches Museum Nürnberg
- Free admission to selected events:
Forum der Zukunft
Talks "Wissenschaft für Jedermann"
No waiting at the ticket office – walk straight into the museum!
Currently, registration is no longer required. Members no longer need an online ticket. Permitted accompanying persons also do not need their own ticket. No G check any more. We still recommend wearing an FFP2 mask for your own safety.
As a member, you will receive our special newsletter once a month. This contains the latest information on exhibitions, a selection of programme highlights and dates, museum news and information about membership.
All members also receive our museum magazine Kultur & Technik three times a year free of charge. This includes articles on current research and technical achievements, as well as historical background information and current questions on the social consequences of research and technology.
More for your money!
A membership is especially worthwhile for families: you can visit the museum as often as you wish throughout the year and bring another adult along and two children or any of your own (grand-) children (up to 18 years) as well!
Special offer: when you sign up for membership for the forthcoming year befoee the end off the current year and pay the annual fee immediately, you receive free admission from 1 December onwards – giving you an extra month of membership for free!
Membership in more detailIrrespective of the month in which your Deutsches Museum membership starts, the full annual membership fee is always due – we are not able to offer "pro rata" fees. Membership automatically runs for an unlimited number of calendar years (limitation possible for gift memberships). It can, however, be terminated in writing at any time, but no later than 31 October to the end of the calendar year.
As a member, you can join exclusive guided tours at all of our branches: gain unique insights into the exhibitions with experts.
Even though the museum is open, protection against Covid-19 infection remains a top priority. Therefore, the member tours can only take place in a limited form and will be supplemented with online formats - click here for the programme.
We are always open virtually! On our YouTube channel we have special playlists of our virtual tours for members, such as the M.Com-Kaffeepause or the M.Com-Feierabendführung.
M.VLog: the Fraunhofer Refractor
Not only for members
The Deutsches Museum presents its masterpieces. In the first episode of a series of V*Logs, Alexander Lucas explains why Fraunhofer's refractor is so special and how to calculate the invisible visible. Take a look – this video is dedicated to our members!