Information for your museum visit
The Technik Museum Sinsheim is open daily from 9 a.m. Please note our Corona protective measures and rules for your museum visit. We look forward to you!
How much time should I reserve for a visit to the Technik Museum Sinsheim?
A normal tour of the exhibitions takes about 3 to 4 hours. For technology and vintage car fans we recommend to reserve a whole day for the museum visit.
Can admission tickets or ticket vouchers also be ordered by mail?
Yes - switch to our ONLINE-Shop on this website and look for the section "Pauschalpakete und Tickets". There you can order tickets and vouchers for the Technik Museum Sinsheim and the IMAX 3D movie theater as well as many other interesting museum items.
Can I take my dog with me?
Sorry, dogs are not allowed in the museum or the open-air ground.
Is the museum accessible to wheelchairs and baby buggies?
Most parts of the museum (parking places, restaurant, lobby with ticket office, open-air ground, ground floor of the museum halls etc.) are barrier-free. There are also special sanitary facilities for mothers with babies and handicapped people. However, the upper floors of the museum halls and some of the exhibits, like the aircraft on the museum roof, are not accessible to handicapped people or persons with baby buggies.
Can I pay by EC or credit card?
Yes, we accept EC cards as well as major credit cards at our ticket office and in our souvenir shop. You can also pay with your EC card in our restaurant (no credit cards accepted there). In the museum lobby there is also an automated teller machine.
Do you have lockers for helmets and bags?
Yes - in our museum foyer there are free lockers for helmets, motorcyclist equipment, and bags. Motorcyclists groups that need to store a lot of helmets and bags should let the museum ticket desk know - we would be happy to store your equipment in a locked storeroom.
Can I take pictures in the museum?
Taking photographs for private purposes is allowed in the Technik Museum Sinsheim without limitation. Please feel free to use aids such as tripods and spotlights, as long as their use does not disturb other museum visitors. You are welcome to publish images you have taken and films you have made on your own non-commercial sites, on image sharing sites, or on social sites such as Facebook, YouTube, Flickr etc.
I am a journalist and want to report about the museum.
In our Mediabox you will find the latest press releases and a large selection of images that can be used free of charge:
I want to advertise a trip to your museum. Where can I find images and texts?