Your visit to the Staatsgalerie

Opening hours

Museum

10 am - 6 pm
Thursdays 10 am - 8 pm
Closed Mondays

Art on paper in the Graphic Cabinet

Thursdays 10 am - 8 pm

Library

Tue - Fri 10 am - 12 pm, 2 pm - 5:30 pm
Please give advance notice of your visit.

Admission fees

Permanent collection

7 € / 5 €

including the Graphic Cabinet, Videobox and Sohm Display Window

ADMISSION TO THE COLLECTION IS FREE ON WEDNESDAYS!

Special Exhibitions

Admission fees include admission to the permanent collection.

Flora Awakening 12 € / 10 €
MANIFESTO 8 € / 6 €

For children and young people up to and including the age of 20, as well as members of the Freunde der Staatsgalerie, admission to the permanent collection and the special exhibitions is free.

Admission to special exhibitions and Collection is free for children and young persons with kind support of L-Bank.

Reduced fees

Reduced fees are available to the following visitor categories on presentation of proof of eligibility:

  • vocational trainees and students over 21
  • participants in the German Federal Volunteer Service, Voluntary Social Year and Voluntary Ecological Year
  • military service volunteers
  • visitors with a valid VVS ticket

A reduced fee is also available to groups of 10 or more.

Admission is free with the StuttCard and the Museumspass. Available at our cashier’s desk.

Bitte beachten Sie auch unsere Sonderregelungen für Ermäßigungen und freien Eintritt:

Location 

Adress and Contact

Staatsgalerie Stuttgart
Konrad-Adenauer-Str. 30 - 32
70173 Stuttgart

T  +49 711 470 40-0
F  +49 711 236 99 83
info@remove-this.staatsgalerie.de


Entrance
Konrad-Adenauer-Str. 30

Getting here

ON FOOT

To walk from the Hauptbahnhof (main station; about 12 min.), take the Königstrasse exit and immediately turn right, continue past the Stuttgart City “i-Punkt” tourist information centre towards the Oberer Schlossgarten and Schauspielhaus. Following the signs, take the barrier-free route through the Schlossgarten to Konrad-Adenauer-Strasse.
Cross at the traffic lights. Continue 80 metres to the Staatsgalerie entrance on your right. The entrance is barrier-free.

Alternative route (not barrier-free):
On reaching the Oberer Schlossgarten, cross it in the direction of the Opernhaus. Between the Landtag and the Opernhaus, a broad path leads to a pedestrian underpass. On the opposite side of the road, you will be able to see the postmodern building ensemble which includes the Haus der Geschichte, the Musikhochschule and the Kammertheater as well as the Staatsgalerie. After crossing the road, turn left and continue past the large water basin. About 100 metres further on, a ramp on the right leads up to the museum entrance.  

BY LOCAL PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Take the bus or Stadtbahn (see numbers below) to the “Staatsgalerie” stop (about 6 minutes’ walk from the museum. Note that this route is presently not barrier-free!)

Bus: 40, 42
Stadtbahn: U1, U2, U9, U14, U11

Turn left, continue along Willy-Brandt-Strasse and across the major intersection. From here, the old Staatsgalerie building is already visible. Continue straight ahead along Konrad-Adenauer-Strasse, following the signs, until you reach the steps and pedestrian ramp leading up to the museum entrance on your left.

 

Alternatively, take the Stadtbahn (see numbers below) to the “Charlottenplatz” stop (about 8 minutes’ walk from the museum).

Stadtbahn: U5, U6, U7, U12, U15

Please use the exit marked “Schlossgarten” and follow the footpath past the Landtag to the pedestrian underpass by the Opernhaus. Once you are on the other side of the road, turn left and continue walking towards the Staatsgalerie. After about 100 metres you will reach the path up to the museum entrance.

BY RAIL - DEUTSCHE BAHN

The Staatsgalerie is not far from Stuttgart Hauptbahnhof (main station).
From the station, it is about 12 minutes’ walk to the Staatsgalerie, or you can travel one stop on the bus or Stadtbahn to the “Staatsgalerie” stop.

BY LONG DISTANCE COACH SERVICE

Stuttgart is served by various coach operators, including FlixBus, DeinBus.de, Hellö, Berlin Linien Bus, Eurolines, MeinFernbus and Postbus. From their dropping-off points you reach the Staatsgalerie as follows:

  • Central Bus Station Stuttgart-Obertürkheim
    Take S-Bahn line S1 (direction: Kirchheim) to Stuttgart Hauptbahnhof (main station). From there it is about 12 minutes’ walk to the Staatsgalerie, or you can travel one stop on the bus or Stadtbahn to the “Staatsgalerie” stop.
  • Central Bus Station Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen
    The S-Bahn lines S4, S5 and S6 (all in the direction of Schwabstrasse) will take you to Stuttgart Hauptbahnhof.
  • S-Bahn station Stuttgart-Vaihingen
    Lines S1 (direction: Kirchheim), S2 (direction: Schorndorf), S3 (direction: Backnang) and U1 (direction: Fellbach) connect the long-distance coach stop with Stuttgart Hauptbahnhof.
  • Stuttgart Flughafen/Messe
    From here, the S-Bahn line S2 (direction: Schorndorf) or S3 (direction: Backnang) will take you directly to Stuttgart Hauptbahnhof in about 30 minutes. From there, walk through the Schlossgarten, following the signs, or change to a bus or the Stadtbahn.

BY CAR

In view of the high density of traffic, the large S21 construction site and the limited available parking, we recommend that you come by public transport.

Multi-storey car parks:
Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Haus der Geschichte, Landtag, Schlossgarten
For further information on parking, go to www.pbw.de

BY TOURIST COACH

There is a parking bay for tourist coaches between the Haus der Geschichte and the Staatsgalerie.

Information on parking for coaches can be found at www.stuttgart-tourist.de

BY AIR

Stuttgart Airport (STR) is served by many major airlines.
From the airport, the S-Bahn line S2 (direction: Schorndorf) or S3 (direction: Backnang) will take you directly to Stuttgart Hauptbahnhof (main station) in about 30 minutes. From there, walk through the Schlossgarten, following the signs, or change to a bus or the Stadtbahn.

Read, browse and enjoy

Accessibility

Our museum is accessible to visitors with restricted mobility. From Konrad-Adenauer-Strasse, a ramp leads up to the entrance. Alternatively, there is a lift at pavement level in front of the Kammertheater. The underground car park can be accessed at ground level.

From the Hauptbahnhof (main station), visitors with restricted mobility can reach the Staatsgalerie using bus line 40.

From the Hauptbahnhof, there are also fully barrier-free pedestrian routes enabling you to reach the museum in about 15 minutes.
In the museum, lifts and ramps provide full access to all exhibition spaces. You will also find disabled-access restrooms. In addition, you can borrow a wheelchair or a child’s buggy, free of charge, for your visit. Portable seats for visitors are also available free of charge.

Booking guided tours

Book your individual guided tour online. You can choose from a wide selection  e.g. for

  •    private guided tours and groups
  •    schools

We will also be happy to take your booking in person.
For all groups of 10 or more, the visit must be booked for a specific time.
Please give advance notice of your group’s visit even if you do not wish to book a tour.
For our public guided tours and events, you can obtain a ticket directly at our cashier’s desk or from our ticket shop. Unfortunately, it is not possible for individuals to book for public guided tours in advance.

Booking and cancellation conditions
Overview of prices

Contact persons:

Monka  Hartmann and Inga Sewing-Dittler

fuehrungsservice@remove-this.staatsgalerie.de
Tel. +49 711 47040-452 / -453

Tuesdays to Fridays from 10 am to 3 pm (during school holidays from 10 am to 1 pm).

Looking at art on paper 

Every Thursday from 3 to 8 pm, we invite you to view works on paper from the approximately 400,000 items in our collection of prints, drawings and photographs, which we will bring out to our study room for you to look at. There is no charge for this service. You may examine drawings, engravings, lithographs, etchings or photographs at your leisure.
Members of our curatorial staff will be glad to answer any questions you may have. You may like to browse our digital collection before your visit in order to gain an initial impression.

There is no need to book in advance.

Address and opening hours

Staatsgalerie Stuttgart
Department of Prints, Drawings and Photographs
Urbanstrasse 41
70182 Stuttgart

Thursdays 3 to 8 pm and at other times by arrangement

 

 

For festive occasions 

We can offer a very special venue for your event, set among world-class art and architecture and with a unique atmosphere. For receptions, ceremonies, symposia, workshops, gala dinners and similar occasions, our interiors and outdoor spaces can be hired for events both during and outside the museum’s opening hours. To combine your exclusive event with an art experience, book a guided tour of the collection.
Find out about our venues and offers.

Questions and answers

IS THERE AN AUDIOGUIDE?

Yes, you can obtain a German-language multi-media guide at the cashier’s desk.

We offer the following audio guides to our collection:

  • Highlights of the collection
  • Provenance research (also in English)
  • Children’s tour
  • Sign-language commentaries on selected works


Audio guides are also available for major special exhibitions.
The multi-media guide costs EUR 5 for adults and EUR 2.50 for children. It was produced in collaboration with Antenna InternationalTM.

AM I ALLOWED TO TAKE PHOTOGRAPHS OR FILM FOR PRIVATE PURPOSES?

In the Staatsgalerie’s permanent collection, photographing and filming for private purposes are permitted.

Please note the following rules:

  • Photography and filming are permitted only without the use of flash, tripods, drones or selfie sticks.
  • Any use of films or photographs taken in the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart for commercial purposes requires the written consent of the museum administration.
  • In special exhibitions, photography is not permitted under any circumstances.
  • You are responsible for observing and preserving copyright. This does not expire until 70 years after the death of the artist. Further information may be obtained from VG Bild-Kunst
  • If any persons are recognizable in the photographs taken, their personal rights (rights over their own image) must also be respected.

I WOULD LIKE TO TAKE PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHS/FILMS.

Please submit an application in writing. Tell us the size of your team, the number of pieces of equipment, the locations (indoors or outdoors) where you wish to photograph or film, and the purpose for which the photographs or films are to be used. Allow at least a week for your enquiry to be processed. A thorough assessment must be carried out before consent can be given.

Please address your enquiry to Tom Gabriel t.gabriel@remove-this.staatsgalerie.de

WHEN DO REDUCED ADMISSION FEES APPLY?

We reduced admission fees or free admission to various visitor categories. For details please see this list

CAN I BUY A GIFT CERTIFICATE FOR THE STAATSGALERIE?

Unfortunately we do not offer gift certificates. However, admission tickets and tickets for events may be purchased in advance from our ticket shop or at the cashier’s desk. Admission tickets for the permanent collection are valid for one year from the date of purchase. Tickets for special exhibitions are valid for the entire duration of the exhibition. Tickets for guided tours and events are valid only for the date and time booked. All tickets are transferable. Please note that, in the case of reduced-fee tickets, the holder will be required to show proof of eligibility upon entering the museum.

If you would like a gift certificate for the items on sale in the museum shop, please contact CEDON.

CAN I RESERVE A TICKET FOR GUIDED TOURS?

This is unfortunately not possible. However, tickets for guided tours and events may be purchased in advance from our ticket shop or at the cashier’s desk. These are valid only for the date and time booked. All tickets are transferable. Please note that, in the case of reduced-fee tickets, the holder will be required to show proof of eligibility upon entering the museum.

WHAT CAN I NOT TAKE WITH ME INTO THE EXHIBITION ROOMS?

For safety reasons, visitors are not permitted to eat or drink in the exhibition rooms, or to take in large bags, backpacks, umbrellas or items of luggage larger than A4 size. Visitors may not take animals into any part of the museum. 

IS THERE A CLOAKROOM? CAN I LEAVE MY LUGGAGE THERE?

You can leave your jacket, coat, umbrella and bags at our supervised cloakroom for a fee of one euro. Please note that, on rare occasions, the cloakroom may be unattended. In addition, we provide a limited number of lockers, for which a deposit is required. For large items of luggage, we recommend you use the lockers at the main railway station.

For school classes or groups with a large quantity of luggage, we can provide large, lockable wire mesh carts.

IS DRAWING ALLOWED IN THE EXHIBITION ROOMS?

Yes, you may draw in our exhibition rooms. Please note that only pencils, including coloured pencils, may be used. If you would like to use oil paints, for instance to copy a painting, please address your enquiry to presse@remove-this.staatsgalerie.de, indicating the desired date.

Please allow at least 10 working days for your enquiry to be answered.

CAN I CONDUCT MY OWN GUIDED TOUR?

This is possible if a time is arranged in advance. Please note that the group may not exceed 25 persons. This also applies to school groups: please split groups of more than 25. For groups of 10 or more (except school groups), the use of our audio system with headphones is obligatory. The fee is EUR 25.

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