In the following you will find all the information you need for your visit to the the city museum in the Andreasstift. We are looking forward to having you!
|Monday||closed (except: June 6, October 3, December 26)|
|Tuesday - Sunday and Public Holidays (except 24th/25th December 2021)||11 AM - 5 PM|
|Public Holidays||11 AM - 5 PM (except December 24 & 25)|
May 3rd - December 30th
|12 - 18 year-olds||1,50 €|
|Familiy tickets (no limitation of number of children)||7,50 €|
|Groups (from 10 people on)||Adults 2,00 € / Children 1,30 €|
|Free Entrance||Historic Association of Worms, Honoraries, Schools, Press|
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The city museum in the Andreasstift is situated in the centre of Worms. Further places of interest such as the cathedral, the Jewish Cemetery and the Museum Heylshof are within easy walking distance.
If you arrive by car via the A 61 Koblenz-Speyer, leave this motorway at the exit Worms and take the B 47 to the centre of the city (Worms-Zentrum).
If you arrive via the A 67 Frankfurt-Mannheim, leave this motorway at the exit Lorsch, then take the A 47 to Worms.
There are plenty of parking facilities (both outdoor and underground car parks) very close to the museum.
For those who arrive by train, Worms main station is in the city centre. From here, you can reach the museum on foot in about 14 minutes. Alternatively, a bus from the station (number 401, 404 or 415) will take you very close to the museum. Get off at the bus stop Domplatz.
The map on the right directs you from our Tourist Information and the bus parking lot to the museum.
Photography and filming in the museum's permanent collection is strictly for private use only. Prior permission in writing from the museum’s director must be obtained for all photographs or film or sound recordings that are not solely for private use. Flash photography is not permitted in the museum.
Photography and filming in our special exhibitions is strictly forbidden!
In the entrance area you will find a cloakroom and lockers for bags and rucksacks. Please note that we cannot be held liable for articles of clothing etc. that are left there.
The Museum Andreasstift is unfortunately not yet completely barrier-free. Some sections of the museum are partially barrier-free.
The special exhibition "GAME FOR POWER. From Canossa to Worms" is completely barrier-free!
Food and Beverages
Please note that visitors are not permitted to take food and drinks into the exhibition rooms.
In the museum shop of the Andreasstift visitors can buy articles related to the exhibitions. Some of these are produced in the museum’s own workshop. The shop also sells books and relevant specialist literature, exhibition catalogues, books for children and young people, DVDs and gift ideas.