Your visit to the museum

Currently there is no mask requirement for museum visits.

However, for mutual protection, we still recommend that you wear a mask covering your mouth and nose, pay attention to distance and hygiene rules, and pay without cash if possible.


Opening hours

Tuesday – Saturday, 10 am – 5 pm
Sunday and Bank Holidays, 10 am – 6 pm

Closed on 24, 25 and 31 December

Admission fee

Temporary exhibition "Of Love and War"
EUR 14.00/12.00
Family: EUR 28.00 (2 adults + children up to 12 years)
incl.  media guide in German and English
Free admission for children up to 12 years

Permanent exhibitions
EUR 4.00/3.00
incl. media guide in German and English
Free admission for children up to 18 years and for all on Saturday from 10 am - 12 pm

Linden-Museum complete
EUR 16.00/14.00
Family: EUR 32.00 (2 adults + children up to 12 years)

Schoolchildren, students, handicapped or unemployed people, welfare recipients, conscripts and alternative services personnel on presentation of a valid passport or identity card, holders of a bwtarif ticket valid for the day as well as for groups of ten or more

Groups of schoolchildren from the ninth grade upwards: EUR 1.00 per child and an accompanying adult (without guided tour)

Free Admission
Members of the Gesellschaft für Erd- und Völkerkunde, holders of ICOM Card, StuttCard and of the Museums-PASS-Musées


Refugees welcome
We offer free admission for refugees in our exhibitions. For events we offer a limited number of free tickets. Please contact: Tel. 0711.2022-444 /

How to get there

Linden-Museum Stuttgart
Staatliches Museum für Völkerkunde
Hegelplatz 1
70174 Stuttgart

Tel. +49.711.2022-3
Fax: +49.711.2022-590


The Linden-Museum is about a ten-minutes' walk away from Stuttgart's main station.

By bus

From the main station you can also take bus no. 40 (direction Vogelsang) and no. 42 (direction Erwin-Schoettle-Platz); the bus stop "Linden-Museum/Olga-Hospital" is right in front of the Linden-Museum. For public transport please check the timetables:


By train

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By car
From Stuttgart's main station please follow the signs to the Katharinenhospital, which is located on the right side of Kriegsbergstraße. Shortly after the Katharinenhospital, Kriegsbergstraße meets the Hegelplatz with the Linden-Museum on the right.


Parking facilities

The Linden-Museum has no parking facilities of its own, but the car parks Katharinenhospital and Holzgartenstraße are only 2 minutes walk from the museum.

Accessibility for the handicapped

The Linden-Museum is accessible by wheelchair, as all public spaces and exhibitions can be reached by elevator. There is a special handicap access at Herdweg. Please call the entrance counter on the intercom or let us know of your visit in advance by calling 0711-2022-3. There is also a wheelchair-accessible restroom.