Last updated: 15 July 2020
Bachhaus visit and the Corona virus
the Bach House is open again. Also our museum café is open again. Opening times are unchangend (Monday to Sunday, 10 am – 6 pm).
For your protection, the following restrictions apply until further notice:
- You must keep a distance of at least of 1.5 mtrs to other guests who do not belong to your household or one other household at most. We opened all doors between our exhibitions rooms and the exits to the foyer and garden area to enable you to keep this minimum distance at all times.
- We need to register your contact data upon your arrival. You also need to add the time of your exit before leaving.
- All guided tours remain forbidden. Exceptions can be made for very small groups including members of at most two households only. Please contact us via email@example.com if this applies to you.
- Our hourly live-concerts on historic instruments are taking place as usual. However, we had to restrict the audience to 20 persons at most, as we have to ensure a minimum distance of 1.5 mtrs between unrelated guests. In the light of this, your participation cannot be guaranteed.
- All headphones had to be removed from our listening stations. However, you can listen to all of the pieces with your own headphones or your smartphone. Please bring your own headphones. Headphones can also be acquired in our shop.
- In all exhibition rooms the wearing of a cover for nose and mouth is compulsory.
- Our museum garden remains open without special limitations. You do not need to use a mask here. However, please keep here as everywhere else a minimum distance of 1.5 mtrs from visitors not belonging to your own household or one other household at most.
The museum café is open again for guests, offering our popular range of coffee and cake specialties indoors and in the garden area. For safety reasons, each table must be occupied by members of at most two households.
In accordance with state regulations and recommendations we have taken additional hygienic measures in all rooms to ensure a safe visit.
News regarding your Bach House visit and how it may be affected by the new Corona virus epidemic will be published on this website.
Dr Joerg Hansen, museum director