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.
There are no events or guided tours 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.-
Yes, the “Café Fossil” at the Museum am Löwentor. At Schloss Rosenstein there is the Africa Lounge with a coffee machine and water dispenser. Nearby (at the public transport stop “Mineralbäder/Naturkundemuseum”) you can find the bistro/café “Flora und Fauna”.
In our exhibitions, food and drinks are allowed in special areas. At the Museum am Löwentor you find that “picnic area” downstairs near the lockers and restrooms. At Schloss Rosenstein you can use our Africa Lounge.
Please note: Due to COVID-19 no food and drinks are allowed in the exhibitions, including our special “picnic area” and the Africa Lounge.
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.