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Guided tours and cultural walks that can be booked individually as well as the public guided tours that take place regularly will be cancelled at least until April 19, 2020.
All museums are closed.
The Mainzer Rheinfrühling as well as the Saturday market breakfast will not take place as planned. The same applies to the wine marathon, the Rhineland-Palatinate exhibition, the OPEN OHR Festival and the Mainzer Museumnight.
In the churches of the diocese of Mainz no church services are taking place until further notice. The Mainz Cathedral and the Church of St. Stephen will remain closed. The Gotthard chapel is open for personal prayer. www.bistummainz.de.
More information is available at www.bistummainz.de.
The Tourist Service Center at Brückentrum remain closed up to and including 04/19/2020.
The state capital Mainz decided on 03/17/20 and 03/18/20 on further comprehensive measures to protect the city of Mainz against coronavirus infections.
According to these measures, all events are prohibited until 04/19/20.
The decree overrides all previous decrees, so that the general decree of the Mainz City Administration on dealing with events in the course of the spread of the coronavirus SARSCoV-2 (COVID-19) of 14.03.2020 will be revoked at the end of 17 March 2020.
Further information and the general ruling can be found at https://www.mainz.de/verwaltung-und-politik/buergerservice-online/aktuell-schutz-gegen-corona-infektionen-auf-einen-blick.php
Which events of mainzplus CITYMARKETING are specifically affected can be found here:
The Rheingoldhalle will close for events from 13 March up to and including 19 April 2020, and the following events have therefore been postponed or cancelled. The tickets of admission remain valid. If the alternative date cannot be kept, tickets can be returned to the advance booking office where they were purchased.
The Kurfürstliches Schloss closes its event operations from 13 March up to and including 19 April 2020, and the following events have therefore been postponed or cancelled. The tickets remain valid. If the alternative date cannot be kept, tickets can be returned to the advance booking office where they were purchased.
The Frankfurter Hof will close its event operations from 13 March to 19 April 2020 inclusive, and the events listed below have therefore been postponed or cancelled. If the event is cancelled, tickets can be returned to the place where they were purchased. If an event has been postponed, your tickets will remain valid for the alternative date. Anticipation is the greatest joy! Even if it takes a little longer now, we look forward to welcoming you as a guest at the Frankfurter Hof, the Kurfürstliches Schloss or the Rheingoldhalle. The artists will also be pleased if you can keep your tickets and come to the alternative date.
If you have purchased your ticket in our online shop, you will be informed by email about the postponement or cancellation as well as about the further procedure. Please understand that the processing may take some time.
Please understand that all adjustments and possible refunds by our partners will take some time, as more and more events are being cancelled or rescheduled throughout Germany.
The KUZ - Cultural Center Mainz closes its event operations from March 13 to April 19, 2020 inclusive, and the events listed below have therefore been postponed or cancelled. If the event is cancelled, tickets can be returned where they were purchased. If an event has been rescheduled, your tickets will remain valid for the alternate date. Anticipation is the greatest joy! Even if it takes a little longer now, we are looking forward to seeing you and your friends at KUZ soon. The artists are also happy if you keep your tickets and come to the next date.
Regulation at parties (90's Paradise, Hits Hits Hits, Blood Sugar Sex Magik, Songs for the Beatless, Ü30, Yippie, Yippie Yeah): All parties are canceled until April 19th! But since we are looking forward to partying with you again soon, all tickets already bought will remain valid until the next party starts. So just come back to the next party with your old ticket. We hope we can celebrate with you again soon in our hall!
If you have bought the tickets in our online shop, you will be informed by our ticket provider Reservix about the further procedure - please understand that the processing can take some time at the moment.
Please understand that all adjustments and possible refunds by our partners will take some time, as more and more events are cancelled or postponed all over Germany.
Gästeführerverband Mainz e.V. and mainzplus CITYMARKETING GmbH as the responsible tourism organisation have now announced that the city tours conducted by guides of Gästeführerverband Mainz e.V. will be cancelled with immediate effect.
This concerns both individually bookable guided tours and cultural walks as well as the public guided tours that take place regularly. This regulation applies with immediate effect and at least until April 19, 2020, when the situation will be discussed again and the period of time extended or shortened if necessary.
The background to this is the generally applicable decree on the part of the federal, state and local authorities that social contacts should be avoided as far as possible and that groups/people gatherings in public areas should be avoided as far as possible in order to contain the potential spread of the coronavirus as far as possible. The joint decision of the Tourist Guide Association Mainz and mainzplus CITYMARKETING is intended to contribute to reducing the potential health effects and damage caused by Covid-19 as much as possible.
Information on the city tours in Mainz is available from mainzplus CITYMARKETING GmbH, Department of City Tours, gaestefuehrung(at)mainzplus.com, Tel. +49 6131 / 242-827.
In accordance with the agreement between the Federal Government and the heads of government of the federal states in view of the corona epidemic in Germany, all museums and cultural institutions will be closed to the public until further notice.
As the Landesmuseum Mainz, managed by the General Directorate of Cultural Heritage (GDKE) Rhineland-Palatinate, will remain closed, the Tourist Service Center at the Landesmuseum Mainz will not be open to the public until further notice.
Further information is available at http://www.landesmuseum-mainz.de/ and https://gdke.rlp.de/de/service/pressemitteilungen/detail/news/News/detail/schliessung-von-museen-einrichtungen-und-liegenschaften-der-generaldirektion-kulturelles-erbe-rheinl/.
The state capital of Mainz explicitly points out that slowing down the spread of the virus has top priority. All federal, state and local measures are aimed at this. The administrative staff of the state capital Mainz met today with the head of the responsible health department Mainz-Bingen and decided on further measures to protect against coronavirus infections. They will apply from Monday 16. March 2020 up to and including 19. April 2020 (end of the Rhineland-Palatinate Easter holidays).
mainzplus CITYMARKETING is following this decision, therefore event operations in the Rheingoldhalle, the Kurfürstliches Schloss, the Frankfurter Hof and the KUZ - Kulturzentrum in Mainz will be discontinued immediately.
The Tourist Service Center at the Brückenturm will close from 16 March 2020 until 28 March 2020 inclusive. Event and concert tickets purchased at the Tourist Service Center can be returned to the Tourist Service Center on reopening under the following conditions:
The episcopal press office Mainz points out that from now on for 14 days (until Friday, 27. March 2020) no services will be held in the churches of the diocese of Mainz. With immediate effect, Mainz Dom will be closed to the public during this period. For further information please visit www.bistummainz.de/presse.Press release of the administrative staff of the state capital Mainz can be found here https://www.mainz.de/verwaltung-und-politik/buergerservice-online/schutz-gegen-corona-infektionen.php
Further possible effects of Covid-19 will be continuously announced here and in the other channels of mainzplus CITYMARKETING.
General information on the general disposition of the state capital Mainz can be found at
Information from the Mainz-Bingen health authority can be found at
A risk assessment on COVID-19 by the Robert Koch Institute is available at
The managment unit of the city of Mainz, together with the head of the responsible public health department Mainz-Bingen, announced a general decree of the city administration of Mainz on Wednesday, March 11th at 5:00 pm to reduce the further spread of the corona virus (SARS-CoV2).
According to this decree, events with more than 1,000 people present in the Mainz city area (outdoors and indoors) are prohibited until April 13, 2020 and must therefore be cancelled. Events in this period with more than 500 and less than 1,000 persons present must be evaluated individually by the respective organizer and the public order office. Events with less than 500 persons are currently not affected.
The general ruling currently has only limited effects on mainzplus CITYMARKETING events.
Only the concerts of "Alte Bekannte" (16 March, Kurfürstliches Schloss), Dub FX (18 March, KUZ), "Lumpenpack" (29 March, Frankfurter Hof), "Versengold" (3 April, Kurfürstliches Schloss) and KAKKMADDAFAKKA (6 April, KUZ) are currently being evaluated to see, if they can take place - the results will be published here shortly.
In order to prevent a further spread of the corona virus, the parties at the KUZ cultural centre in Mainz will be limited to a maximum capacity of
of 500 people.
Cooperative events and rentals in the locations managed by mainzplus CITYMARKETING are reviewed in close cooperation with customers and partners.
Further information on the events will be available here shortly.
According to the current assessment of the authorities, there is no acute danger from Covid-19 for events in the buildings of mainzplus CITYMARKETING GmbH (Rheingoldhalle, Kurfürstliches Schloss, Frankfurter Hof and KUZ Kulturzentrum Mainz). There is therefore currently no reason to impose a restriction on the event business in the above mentioned buildings. We would like to point out that this statement relates to the current state of affairs (as of 02. 03. 2020) - if the situation changes, we will adjust the information accordingly. The following measures apply to the events in the houses of mainzplus CITYMARKETING GmbH:
The mainzplus CITYMARKETING GmbH is in close and constant exchange with the German Red Cross, the health authorities (including Health Office Mainz-Bingen) as well as the European Association of Event Centres (EVVC), the German Convention Bureau e. V. (GCB) and the German National Tourist Board V. (GNTB) to monitor current developments and respond promptly.
The Rhineland-Palatinate Ministry of Health offers a good overview of Covid-19 on its homepage. Among other things, information on the current status, the course of the disease and hygiene tips are illustrated there. The basic principle is that compliance with the relevant hygienic protective measures (e. g. frequent and thorough hand washing, adherence to the sneezing and coughing label, avoid shaking hands) is urgently recommended. The first point of contact for flu symptoms requiring treatment is the family doctor. The practice visit or a necessary home visit should be clarified in advance by telephone. In the area of responsibility of the Health Department of Mainz-Bingen (district of Mainz-Bingen and independent city of Mainz), no confirmed cases of infection with Covid-19 have occurred to date (as of 02. 03. 2020). Regarding the handling of suspicious cases, the Mainz-Bingen Health Office strictly adheres to the daily updated guidelines of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI) and is in constant contact with the Ministry of Health and the State Investigation Office.
We gladly refer to the following Internet pages:
Tourist Service Center at Brückenturm is closed from 03/16/2020 up to and including 04/19/2020.
Tourist Service Center in the Landesmuseum Mainz will not be open to the public until further notice.