Museums

Update 07/02/2021

The 24th Corona Control Ordinance of the State of Rhineland-Palatinate is active since July 2nd, 2021.

The following measures apply, among others:

  • Cultural institutions (especially cabaret theaters, concert halls, cinemas, theaters and the like) are open. Cultural events may take place under the following conditions:
    Up to 500 attendees outside, inside up to 350 attendees.
    The general distance regulations and the obligation to record your visit apply; the mask requirement does not apply if a test is required. With a seven-day incidence value of less than 35, cultural events with more spectators are possible.
  • Leisure facilities (amusement parks, climbing parks and the like) are open. Here, too, the general distance regulations, mask requirement, obligation to record your visit, as well as an advance booking obligation apply. Inside, the number of visitors is limited to half of those actually admitted.

  • Multi-day coach trips and boat trips are permitted. The general mask requirement and obligation to record your visit apply. The mask requirement does not apply outdoors, if there is no gathering. When traveling for several days, a new test must be carried out every 72 hours.

  • Accommodation facilities (hotels, inns, holiday homes, youth hostels and the like) are open. The following applies here: the obligation to record the stay of all guests, distance regulations, mask requirements in indoor areas and the respective hygiene concept of the facility. A test upon arrival is necessary for the stay. Alternatively, guests can also provide proof of a full vaccination (second vaccination at least 14 days old) or a Covid-19 recovery (not older than 6 months).

  • Gastronomic facilities are open, here the general mask requirement and distance regulations apply. There is no mask requirement while being seated at the table.

  • City and guest tours are permitted with a maximum of 20 people. With audio guides, up to 25 people are allowed per guide. Participation is possible without a test requirement, and there is no mask requirement in the outdoor area. Distance regulations must be strictly adhered to (1.5 meters). A maximum of 5 people are allowed to stand together without any distance. The distance requirement does not apply to people in the same household. The rules prescribed by the respective house apply to interior visits.
    The contact details will continue to be recorded for public tours.

A mouth and nose cover must be worn in closed rooms that are accessible to the public or as part of visitors or customers. This also applies to all places open to the public, including open-air locations where people meet either in a confined space or not only temporarily.


Gutenberg Museum

Four millennia of the history of writing culture from all over the world can be experienced today in the Gutenberg Museum. Johannes Gutenberg from Mainz plays a leading role here, having invented printing with letters from the casting machine and the printing press about 550 years ago. mehr lesen ...


Landesmuseum Mainz

In addition to Roman stone monuments and prehistoric and early historical finds from the Middle Rhine, the Landesmuseum's holdings include works of painting, sculpture and craftsmanship from the Middle Ages to the present day. mehr lesen ...


Natural History Museum

In addition to exhibits from today's animal and plant world, numerous finds from the geological past of Rhineland-Palatinate are shown. Particularly noteworthy are the 44 million year old original horse and the world famous Quagga Group from Mainz. mehr lesen ...


Romano-Germanic Central Museum

The Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum (RGZM) is both a research institute and a museum of archaeology. mehr lesen ...


Museum of Ancient Seafaring

The Museum of Ancient Navigation of the RGZM shows a variety of ancient vessels: from simple boats and canoes to merchant ships and military patrol ships and battleships. mehr lesen ...


Carnival Museum

Das Fastnachtsmuseum präsentiert dem Besucher 160 Jahre Mainzer Fastnachtsgeschichte. mehr lesen ...


Cathedral and Diocesan Museum

In rooms steeped in history, the Cathedral and Diocesan Museum - the second largest of its kind in Germany - presents sacred art from late antiquity to the present day. mehr lesen ...


Kunsthalle

The Kunsthalle Mainz in Mainz Zollhafen is a venue for temporary exhibitions of contemporary art. mehr lesen ...


Sanctuary of Isis & Mater Magna

In addition to finds such as oil lamps, offerings and figures, the foundations of a Roman temple, which was probably used until the third century A.D., can be seen here. mehr lesen ...


Kupferberg Museum

The main building of the Kupferberg winery on the Kupferbergterrasse in Mainz is home to a museum. Over 2,000 year old wine amphoras, jugs and drinking bowls and one of the largest collections of sparkling wine and champagne glasses are exhibited there. mehr lesen ...


City History Museum

The Stadthistorisches Museum Mainz, located in the middle of the citadel monument zone, presents excerpts from the rich history of the city, with a permanent exhibition on social, economic and cultural history. mehr lesen ...


Garrison Museum

The extensive collection includes uniforms, photos, documents and reserves relating to the garrison history of the city of Mainz. Among other things also a beautiful model of the Mainz fortress. mehr lesen ...


Deutsches Kabarettarchiv

The German Cabaret Archive is represented in the form of a museum at its locations in Bernburg Castle (Saale) and the historical "Provisions Magazine" in Mainz am Rhein. mehr lesen ...


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We're moving! From autumn 2021 you will find us at Markt 17!

You can still reach us by phone at:

+49 (0) 6131 - 242 888

Tourist Service Center at
Landesmuseum, Große Bleiche 49-51

Mon: closed
Tue: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm
Wed - Sun: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

You can reach us by phone:

+49 (0) 6131 - 2857 191

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