The Transport Museum on the Neumarkt square invites visitors on an eventful journey back in time through the history of transport and traffic. Imposing locomotives, elegant antique cars, adventurous flying machines and all kinds of suspenseful (hi)stories on the water, on the land and in the air await you on 5,000 square metres of exhibition space. You’ll learn how modern transport means have influenced society. And in many cases the experience is an active one: you can climb onto a high wheeler, board a steam engine, sail a digital regatta and much more. And there’s a special section just for children – featuring, among other things, a Bobbycar course.
Tue to Sun 10 am to 6 pm, Mon closed (except Easter and Pentecost Monday)
- Free admission for children to the age of 5 - Adults: 9 EUR - Reduced: 4 EUR (for children, school pupils, vocational trainees, students, disabled persons, unemployed persons, etc. upon presentation of proof of status) - Small Family ticket (max. 1 adults accompanying min. 1 and max. 2 children to the age of 16): 9 EUR - Large Family ticket (max. 2 adults accompanying min. 1 and max. 4 children to the age of 16): 18 EUR - Annual ticket: 30 EUR (reduced: 14 EUR) - School groups (max. 25 persons): 1 EUR per person (not for vocational trainees or students)