From opening times to admission prices and hiring children's waggons - click here for useful information which will help you plan your visit.
Tuesday to Friday from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm
Saturday, Sunday and public holidays from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm
Closed on Monday
From November to March the historic buildings on the museum's grounds close at dusk (5.00 pm at the latest) because the grounds and buildings are not lit. All exhibitions in the 5 000 m² indoor area can be viewed from Tuesday to Friday until 5.00 pm and on Saturday and Sunday until 6.00 pm.
We are open on all public holidays which fall on a Monday, such as Easter Monday and Whit Monday, and on Boxing Day.
We are closed on 24/25/31 December and 1 January!
Admittance is free to visitors under 18 years and members of the Förderverein (friends of the museum association).
Adults: 9 euros
Admittance is free to visitors with disabilities (min. degree of disability 80%).
Groups of 15 or more: 8.50 euros/person
Admittance is free to all groups of people with disabilities and their carers.
Please note that prices may vary on some special activity days! Cashless payment using an EC card is possible.
Open-air museum and Schwarze Berge Wildlife Park combination ticket
Adults: 17 Euro
Children (3 to 14 years): 9 euros
The combination ticket for the nearby Schwarze Berge Wildlife Park and Kiekeberg Open-Air Museum is valid on ten consecutive day. Valid for one visit and one person each.
Children's waggons for all
If you are on a day out with children, all their stuff and maybe also the kitchen sink, you may want to borrow one of our waggons, which are available against a deposit payable at the admissions desk.
Dogs are welcome!
Please keep your dog on a short lead - out of consideration for our livestock and rare breeds such as stoats, hedgehogs and songbirds which all live in and around the open-air museum just as they would in a traditional village.
Smoking is not permitted in the museum's buildings or anywhere on the grounds!
Please help protect our historic buildings, animals and plants.
The Nordheide Freifunknetz network can be used free of charge in the ‘Spielwelten’ exhibition and the Agrarium.