Your Visit

Your Visit

Current Information

Please note that the so-called 3G rule (vaccinated, recovered, tested) applies to visit the Kunsthalle - with the exception of the museum shop - as well as contact tracking. A time slot ticket is not required. Further information for your visit to the museum due to Covid-19 can be found below the opening hours.

Dates for guided online tours, courses, children's programmes and more can be found in our calendar of events. (Since our events are mainly in German, the calendar is available on our German page only. Please choose the German language and click the "Veranstaltungen" Button or icon displayed on the top left.)
It is also possible to book group tours for adults and school classes at the Kunsthalle again. Information and registration at: T +49 (0)421 - 32 908 220

You can find information about our current exhibitions here.

Of course we are still opened online: The Kunsthalle Bremen put its collection online in 2013 and has presented exhibitions and a selection of masterpieces on Google Arts & Culture since 2019.

(As of 13 September 2021)

Opening Hours

Opening hours:
(until 22.10.2021)
Tues  10 am - 9 pm | Wed - Sun  10 am - 5 pm
Closed on Mondays

(23.10.2021 - 27.02.2022)
Tues  10 am - 9 pm | Wed - Sun  10 am - 6 pm
Closed on Mondays

Public holidays:
German Unification Day (03.10.2021): 10 am - 5 pm
Reformation Day (31.10.2021): 10 am - 6 pm
Christmas Eve (24.12.2021): closed
Christmas Day (25.12.2021): noon - 6 pm
Boxing Day (26.12.2021): 10 am - 6 pm
New Year's Eve (31.12.2021): 10 am - 3 pm
New Year's Day (01.01.2022): noon - 6 pm

Opening hours Members Office:
Tues 10 am - 5 pm | Thu 10 am - 5 pm

Due to legal requirements and to protect our visitors and employees, the following measures apply:
The so-called 3G rule applies to visit the Kunsthalle: visitors must be fully vaccinated, recovered or have tested negative and be able to prove this with appropriate proof. The presentation of the result of a self-test does not count as proof of a test. The Kunsthalle does not offer the possibility of a self-test.
Children and young people under the age of 16 do not require proof of testing. For pupils aged 16 and over, proof of testing is replaced by a certificate from the school.
Admission to the museum and the museum shop is only permitted with medical mouth-nose protection (exception: children under 7 years of age and people who cannot wear mouth-nose protection due to health problems). We also kindly ask you to observe the distance rule of at least 1.5 meters and to implement the sneezing and coughing labels.
Only a limited number of people are allowed to be in the museum at the same time. In addition, contact tracking is mandatory. Only a limited number of people are allowed to be in the museum at the same time. In addition, contact tracking is mandatory. You can register on site with the Gast-Bremen or the Luca app, e.g. It is also possible to book online tickets.
It is not necessary to book a time slot ticket.
The 3G rule (fully vaccinated, recovered or with presentation of a negative Corona test) also applies to events such as exhibition openings.
Visiting the museum shop is possible without a test proof, without an appointment and without contact tracing.
For the visit of Café Sylvette as well as the Canova restaurant, the requirements for restaurants apply.

Please understand that there may be waiting times due to the limited number of people in individual rooms.

Admission Fees

Admission incl. exhibitions and collection (until 22.10.2021):
Adults: € 10,-
Reduced Fee*: € 5,-
Children under 19: free
Groups of more than 10 persons: € 8,- per person
Members of Kunstverein in Bremen: free

Admission "Manet and Astruc" incl. collection and further exhibitions (23.10.2021 – 27.02.2022):
Adults: € 15,-
Late ticket (90 Min before closing): € 12,-
Reduced Fee*: € 7,-
Children under 19: free
Groups of more than 10 persons: € 12,- per person
Members of Kunstverein in Bremen: free

* Visitors entitled to a discount upon presentation of the corresponding ID:
- Students under 36, trainees, Federal volunteers (BFD) / social service volunteers (FSJ);
- Unemployed and recipients of social benefits (ALG II, social welfare/GMP, asylum seekers according to law, housing beneficiaries, children’s allowance, war victim relief);
- Bremen Pass holders;
- Visitors with disabilities (GdB 50+). Attendants for those with severe disabilities are admitted free of charge with the corresponding designation in the severely handicapped pass.
** Please show your member ID.

Die Sparkasse Bremen provides free admission to the Kunsthalle for children and teenagers.

Book your day ticket here and print it directly – at no additional cost.

Tickets at reduced rates are not available during advance ticket sales.
No exchange or refund is possible.
Online tickets do not include the usage of public transportation.

Guided tours

Online Tours
(in German only)
Information and Registration at T +49 (0)421 - 32 908 220 or online

Group Tours
(available in German, Dutch, English, French and Russian)
from € 80,- plus admission fee
Information and Registration at T +49 (0)421 - 32 908 220 or online

How to get to the Kunsthalle Bremen

Kunsthalle Bremen
Am Wall 207
28195 Bremen

Kunsthalle Bremen on Google Maps

By Bus and Tram
Take the bus lines 24 or 25 or the tram lines 2, 3, 4, 6 or 8 to the junction Domsheide. From here you leave the city in the direction of Ostertor. The Kunsthalle is about 300m on the right.

By Rail
You reach Bremen central station with German rail and leave the station at the main southern exit. Within minutes tram lines 4, 6 or 8 will take you after only three stops to Domsheide junction. From there it is about 300m on foot in the direction away from the city centre towards Ostertor. Or you may take a stroll of about 1,200m through the Wall gardens to the Kunsthalle or go by taxi from the station.
This way for train travel information

Information about the VBN timetables
VBN information service: T +49 (0)421 - 59 60 59

By Car
When  approaching via motorway A1 please use the exit Bremen-Hemelingen in the direction of the Weser Stadium. Remain on Osterdeich until the parking garage Ostertor/Kulturmeile or drive along further across Altenwall/Ostertorstrasse to the multi-storey car park Am Dom. If approaching by motorway on the A27, take exit Bremen-Ueberseestadt or Bremen-Vahr. The Bremen park guide indicator will show you the way to the BREPARK parking garages Ostertor-Kulturmeile and Am Dom.

Entry into the navigation system:
Parkhaus Ostertor/Kulturmeile, Osterdeich 1-3, 28203 Bremen or Parkhaus Am Dom, Wilhadistrasse 1, 28195  Bremen
Opening hours, scale of charges and further information about the garages
Information about bus parking places can be found here


Floor Plan Kunsthalle Bremen (PDF | in German)
Floor Plan Kunsthalle Bremen (PDF | in German)