The Technik Museum Sinsheim is open daily from 9 a.m. and can be experienced in most areas without a mouth and nose mask. Please note our Corona protective measures and rules for your museum visit. We look forward to you!

Current information on museum operations

Dear museum visitors,

we look forward to your visit to our museum. With regard to the safety of our visitors and employees in relation to the current corona pandemic, we would like to give you an overview of our protective measures and rules of conduct on this page.

We have translated this information page into your language as a service. Please note that the original German language version may contain more current information. The content of this website is as of July, 14th, 2020.

Technik Museum Sinsheim

Technik Museum Sinsheim


Status:
The Technik Museum Sinsheim is open daily from 9:00 a.m. and can be experienced in most areas without a mouth and nose mask. The hall areas as well as the outside area are large and extensive, so that the legally prescribed distances can be easily maintained. The visitor capacities are sufficient, there is no need to book a visit in advance, if you want to do so, you can pre-order day-dated tickets in our ONLINE shop.

Data collection
We are legally obliged to collect the contact details of our visitors and to save them for four weeks. This data is used only for contact tracking and is automatically deleted after the deadline.

  • Museum visitors who buy tickets that are dated in advance are automatically recorded.
  • Museum visitors who want to visit the museum spontaneously are obliged to fill out a contact form on site.
  • Alternatively, our convenient, electronic registration function can be used on site via smartphone.

Our Safety Measures Include:

  • Providing our visitors with behavioural advice at different locations within the museum halls and the outdoor area
  • Monitoring compliance with the help of accordingly trained supervisory staff
  • Increasing cleaning intervals, regularly disinfecting door handles, handrails etc.
  • Setting up hygiene stations in the entrance
  • Installing distance keeping markers
  • Implementing intelligent routing within the museum in order to avoid gatherings of people
  • Selling face masks, if needed
  • Accepting cashless (or contactless) payment at the museum’s ticket office Offering an online ticket sale in the form of eVouchers in our ONLINE shop

Restrictions & Rules of Conduct:

  • Please comply with the behavioural advice on the information boards and the instructions of our supervisory staff.
  • Please adhere to the legally required minimum distance of 1.5 m.
  • In the shop there is a legal obligation to wear a face mask. If you would like to experience our large exhibits such as Concorde from the inside, we kindly ask you to wear a mouth-nose mask in the exhibits (compulsory).
  • Please note that parts of the museum might not be accessible due to the overall situation.
  • Please note that longer waiting times may occur for access to the aircrafts Concorde and Tupolev Tu-144.
  • Due to the current situation the number of participants for guided tour is limited to 20 people.

Restaurant


Status:
The museum restaurant is open for you daily from 09:00 to 18:00.

Our Safety Measures Include:
-see above-

Restrictions & Rules of Conduct:
-see above-

Museum Shop


Status:
The souvenir shop inside the museum is open every day from 10 am to 6 pm.

Our Safety Measures Include:
-see above-

Restrictions & Rules of Conduct:
-See above-
We recommend our customers to wash textiles bought at the shop before wearing them.