OPEN AGAIN

We are greatly pleased to welcome you to the Hamburger Kunsthalle, not just online but also on site again.

With its ca. 13,000 sq m of exhibition space, the Hamburger Kunsthalle offers plenty of room to enjoy art while maintaining an appropriate distance to one another.                     

Here you will find some information for your visit to the museum.

 

General information:

  • Your safety and the safety of our staff is a top priority for us. This is why we will temporarily limit the number of visitors present in the Hamburger Kunsthalle at the same time.
     
  • It is necessary to have everyday masks ready. We ask you to wear an everyday mask in situations where the distance of 1.5 m cannot be maintained.
     
  • Due to the corona virus we still find ourselves in an unusual situation. Yet we trust all our visitors to act responsibly.
     
  • If you are free of symptoms, we gladly welcome you. Should you have any symptoms of an acute infection of the respiratory tract, we kindly ask you abstain from entering the museum.
     
  • The public programme of events made up of guided tours, courses, lectures, music, etc. will be resumed from 17 July 2020. Contact details will be recorded when participating in such an event.
     
  • The visit of the Kunsthalle in small groups (up to 10 persons plus guide) is possible privately from 15 July 2020.  Groups with a minimum group size of 8 persons must be registered in advance.The conditions of the contact restriction in accordance with the Ordinance of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg on the Containment of the Spread of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) apply. Guided groups are required to register with the Visitor's Office: info@hamburger-kunsthalle.de or Tel. 040 428131-200 (MO - FR 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.), giving the contact details of all participants. A licence fee of 20 € will be charged for guided tours for third parties.
  • Visiting the Kunsthalle in small groups (10 persons plus guide) is also possible privately from 15 July. The conditions of the contact restriction in accordance with the Ordinance of the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg on the Containment of the Spread of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) apply. Guided groups are required to register with the Visitor's Office: info@hamburger-kunsthalle.de or phone 040 428131-200 (10 a.m. - 4 p.m. on weekdays), giving the contact details of all participants. A licence fee of 20 € will be charged for guided tours for third parties.
     
  • Participation in a public guided tour obliges to wear a everyday mask.
     

Preparing your visit:

  • Perhaps you wish to benefit from the possibility of purchasing your ticket beforehand.  Ticketshop
     
  • Download the new Kunsthalle App free of charge before your visit. In addition to providing useful information about the Kunsthalle, the app offers audio guides through the highlights of the museum collection and through the exhibition planned for the autumn »MAX BECKMANN. Female-Male« for free download at. . Due to the corona virus audio guide devices currently cannot be borrowed from the museum.  Google Play  App Store
  • Groups must register from a group size of 8 persons.

 

During your visit:
 

  • Both of the entrances to the Hamburger Kunsthalle are open. Aside from the main entrance, please also use the recently reopened entrance at the Gallery of Contemporary Art.
     
  • We provide lockers in both entrance halls. Due to corona, the garderobes are currently open. Please consider that you will need a one-euro coin for the lockers.
     
  • While in the museum, we ask you to please observe the current hygiene rules and keep a distance of at least 1.5 m to others.
     
  • The Hamburger Kunsthalle is a public place. For this reason, the contact limitations effective under the Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg’s regulation for containing the spread of the corona virus (SARS-CoV-2) are also valid on the premises of the Hamburger Kunsthalle.
     
  • If possible, please use the staircases in the building and keep the lifts free for people with reduced mobility. If you use the lifts, please ensure that the minimum distance is observed, and only those lifts whose design does not permit the minimum distance may be used individually.
     
  • The Hamburger Kinderzimmer and the work spaces of the Department of Education are currently closed until further notice.
     
  • While the museum and the restaurant THE CUBE is open again. The Café Liebermann unfortunately still remain closed.
     
  • The museum shop is open and looks forward to your visit.
     

Some of these precautionary measures will surely be with us for some time – to ensure maximum safety for us all. Please be assured that we will continually adapt the conditions in the museum according to developments of the overall situation, in order to make your visit as pleasant as possible.

Stay healthy and stay tuned to art!