Please note that special exhibitions can require a different entrance fee.
FAQ about our museum
|Children (up to 18 Years):||free|
|Groups (15 pers. or more):||€ 3.- p.P.|
A reduced admission price applies to: Students, trainees, pensioners, volunteers as well as selected tickets (Landesfamilienpass, Museums-PASS-Musée, Stuttcard, Bonuscard + Kultur, VVS-Abonnement (only for a limited time, please note current information), VVS- Tickets (only for a limited time, please note current information), GEO-Card and voucher coupons.
|Tue - Fri:||9 - 17 h|
|Sat / Sun / holidays:||10 - 18 h|
On public holidays the opening hours are the same as for the weekend (10-18 h). The museum is closed on the following public holidays: December 24th, 25th and 31st. On New Year (January 1st) our museum will be open from 13-18 h.
Parking area with entrance from Ehmannstraße. For a navigation device please use “70191 Stuttgart – crossroad Ehmannstraße/Nordbahnhofstraße”. For leaving the parking area after your visit, please ask for an exit coin at our ticket office.
By public transport:
S4, S5 or S6 to "Nordbahnhof"
U12 to "Nordbahnhof/Lotto Baden-Württemberg" or U13 to "Löwentor"
Parking area at the Museum am Löwentor with entrance from Ehmannstraße. For a navigation device please use “70191 Stuttgart – crossroad Ehmannstraße/Nordbahnhofstraße”. 15 minutes walk through the Rosensteinpark.
By public transport:
S1, S2 or S3 to "Bad Cannstatt"
U1, U2 or U14 to "Mineralbäder/Naturkundemuseum"
We offer guided tours in English on several topics. If you would like to book a guided tour in English, please first select a topic and then call us.
We can offer guided tours to selected topics again. Projects or other events are not possible at the moment.
|Löwentor:||+49 (0) 711 / 8936-126|
|Rosenstein:||+49 (0) 711 / 8936-266|
|Tue:||9.30 - 12 h|
|Thu:||14 - 16.30 h|
At the Museum am Löwentor we offer an audio guide in English for adults. You can use your own mobile device or lend one. Fee: € 2.-
The collections are fundamental for the research at the museum. There are approximately 12 million objects from the areas zoology, botany and geology/paleontology. The entomology has its own department due to the enormous number of species.
Our collections are not open to the public.