Admission and opening

Opening hours

Regular

Fri to Sun 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Mon to Thu closed

Special opening hours on the holidays

  • The Übersee-Museum Bremen will be closed on Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve.
  • Christmas Day and New Year’s Day open from 2-6 pm.
  • The museum opens on all other holidays at 10 a.m.

Admission fee

Single TicketsPermanent exhibitionSpecial exhibitionsCombo ticket
Adults7,50 €7,50 €11,50 €
Seniors6,50 €6,50 €10,00 €
reduced*3,00 €3,00 €4,50 €
Children up to 5 yearsfreefreefree
Large family ticket
(2 adults with up to 4 children)
15,00 €15,00 €22,50 €
Small family ticket
(1 adult with up to 4 children)
7,50 €7,50 €11,50 €
* Reduced admission for children & youths from 6 – 17 years, pupils, students, unemployed, social welfare recipients, people doing voluntary service, people with disabilities with ID.
Groups from 10 persons, prices per personPermanent exhibitionSpecial exhibitionsCombo ticket
Adults5,00 €5,00 €7,50 €
School classes without guide2,00 €2,00 €3,00 €
Annual ticketPermanent Exhibition
Adults25,00 €
Children (6 – 17 years)8,00 €
Family
(1 – 2 adults and children under 17 years)
53,50 €

Free admission

  • Children up to 5 years
  • School classes from Bremen ( sponsored by Sparkasse Bremen)
  • Members of the Friends of the Übersee-Museum e.V.
  • Media representatives with press card, members of ICOM

Tours

CategoryPrices
Public toursAdmission plus 2,- €
Foreign language surcharge5,00 €
Guided tours 60 minutes adult groups during opening hours60,- € plus 5,- € admission/person
Guided tours 60 minutes adult groups outside opening hours120,- € plus 5,- € admission/person
Guided tours 30 minutes adult groups during opening hours40,- € plus 5,- € Entrance/Person
Curator’s tour 60 minutes adult groups during opening hours120,- € plus 5,- € admission/person
Curator’s tour 60 minutes adult groups outside opening hours180,- € plus 5,- € admission/person
Guided tour with the director 60 minutes adult groups during opening hours180,- € plus 5,- € admission/person
Guided tour with the director 60 minutes adult groups outside opening hours240,- € plus 5,- € admission/person
Guided tour with drama 60 minutes during opening hours120,- € plus 5,- € admission/person
Guided tour with drama 60 minutes outside opening hours180,- € plus 5,- € admission/person
Children’s birthday parties, 1 ½ hours, max. 15 peopleflat rate 98,- € incl. Admission
Kindergarten groupsflat rate 40,- € incl. Admission
1 hour for school classes, max. 30 pupils40,- € plus if applicable 2,- € admission/person
90 minutes for school classes, max. 30 pupils60,- € plus if applicable 2,- € admission/person

Arrival

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By Bus & Tram

You can reach the Übersee-Museum Bremen with the tram lines 1, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10 and the bus lines 20, 24, 25, 26, 27, 63 stop Hauptbahnhof. The Übersee-Museum is also located right next to the Central Bus Station (ZOB), where numerous intercity buses stop.

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By train

The Übersee-Museum is located directly at the main station of Bremen. Those arriving by train use the exit in the direction of the city and turn right at the station square. The Übersee Museum’s main entrance is located at the end of the meadow.

Plan your journey with the Deutsche Bahn here.

Timetable DB

Parking facilities

Due to the central location of the Übersee-Museum directly at the main station, parking possibilities for cars are limited. The next parking possibilities are:

Brepark Bürgerweide Brepark city center

Photography hint

Photography for private purposes is allowed without flash and tripod. Exhibits that may not be photographed are marked accordingly.

Accessibility

The accessible entrance is located to the right of the main entrance.

Large parts of the Übersee-Museum are accessible for people with walking disabilities and wheelchair users, especially the newly designed permanent exhibitions are wheelchair accessible.

The museum has restroom facilities for persons with disabilities, both in the main building as well as in the “Übermaxx” exhibit depot.