Find all the information you need for your visit to the Hessenpark Open Air Museum here. Find out about opening hours, admission prices, our service offer and arriving by car and public transport. If you have a question, our team will be happy to advise you and help you plan your visit.
Free Wi-Fi at Stable barn from Westerfeld and Stable barn form Asterode
¹ Maximum 2 adults with up to 4 children aged between 5 and 17 years.
² Maximum 1 adult with up to 4 children aged between 5 and 17 years.
³ The end of day fee applies from March to October from 4 p.m. and from November to February from 3 p.m.
The Hessenpark Open Air Museum is a member of the ICOM, International Council Of Museums. All ICOM members who produce a valid ID card at the ticket office will be admitted free of charge.
Accompanied groups of refugees are admitted to the Hessenpark Open Air Museum free of charge. The condition for this is that groups must be organised under the official umbrella of an institution. Group organisers may make enquiries from their personal e-mail addresses, but the enquiry must be on behalf of an organisation. This regulation does not apply to private individuals (families, individual refugees, etc.). Registration is required. Interested groups should contact our booking team either by e-mail on firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on 06081 588-333.
Why not give someone a special experience with one of our gift vouchers for the Hessenpark Open Air Museum? You can obtain gift vouchers at the museum’s ticket office. Or how about a tour for the whole family? Or a birthday party in the museum for your godchild? Or a workshop for your friends? Our booking team can help you choose the right option on email@example.com or Phone 06081 588-333.
Tour by coach
There are numerous inclusive coach tours on offer to the Hessenpark Open Air Museum. Ask for details from the coach or bus operator closest to you.
Since 1 March 2011, there has been a ban on smoking throughout the Open-Air Museum’s premises to protect the historical buildings from the effects of smoke, and the natural surroundings from the risk of fire. However, smoking is permitted in areas identified as smoking zones. The smoking ban applies in all buildings. Thank you for your support!