OPEN AGAIN

Dear visitors,

After months of closure, we are looking forward to welcoming you back.

Please note that masks are still compulsory in accordance with the Lower Saxony Corona Ordinance.

No registration or corona test is required for the museum visit!

We thank you for your cooperation and wish you a safe and enjoyable visit to the museum!

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Diese E-Mail-Adresse ist vor Spambots geschützt! Zur Anzeige muss JavaScript eingeschaltet sein! and +49 511 168-4 38 75.
We look forward to your visit!


REOPENING / EXHIBITIONS

The Sprengel Museum Hannover has been open again since Friday, 21 May 2021.

You can visit the following exhibitions:
UNTIL 12.9.21: BIG! LARGE-FORMAT WORKS FROM THE SPRENGEL MUSEUM HANNOVER

UNTIL 31.12.23: ELEMENTARY PARTS. BASIC PARTS OF THE SPRENGEL MUSEUM HANNOVER AND ITS ART

The Turrell Rooms are also open.

Unfortunately, the entire basement (Kosmos Schwitters incl. Merzbau and Kabinett der Abstrakten, Grafik, Sprengel Foto, Sprengel Focus, Museumsplatz) is not accessible until further notice due to fire protection renovation measures.


GUIDED TOURS / EVENTS

Guided tours and events will not take place on site until further notice.


HYGIENE AND BEHAVIOUR RULES

- Both directly in front of the museum and inside the museum, you are required to wear a medical mouth-nose covering (FFP2 or surgical mask).
- As far as possible, please keep a minimum distance of 1.5 m from other people.
- Due to the distance requirement, there may be waiting times in some areas. Please follow the instructions of the supervisory staff.
- Please wash your hands regularly and observe the coughing and sneezing etiquette: cough/sneeze into a paper handkerchief or the crook of your arm and turn away from fellow visitors.
- Pay without cash if possible.
- If you feel any signs of illness, please refrain from visiting the museum.

 


Welcome to the Sprengel Museum Hannover

The Sprengel Museum Hannover with its comprehensive permanent collection and diverse temporary exhibitions ranks among the most important museums of 20th and 21st century art.

As we are currently working on the relaunch of our website, not all information is yet available in English. Thank you very much for your understanding.

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Opening hours

Tuesday
Wednesday to Sunday
Monday
10 am – 8 pm
10 am – 6 pm
closed
 

 

special opening hours

1 January (New Year´s Day)
1 pm – 6 pm
Good Friday
closed
Easter Sunday and Monday
10 am – 6 pm
1 May
closed
Ascension Day
10 am – 6 pm
Whitsunday and Whitmonday
10 am – 6 pm
3 October
10 am – 6 pm
31 October
closed
24 December (Christmas Eve)
closed
25 December (First Christmas Day)
closed
26 December (Second Christmas Day)
10 am – 6 pm
31 December (New Year´s Eve)
closed

Library

Tuesday
Wednesday to Sunday
Sundays, Mondays and all bank holidays
2 pm – 8 pm
2 pm – 6 pm
closed
 

 


 

Admission

Adults
7 Euro / reduced 4 Euro

Children aged 18 and under
Free admission

Groups of 10 or more people
4 Euro

Classes of schoolchildren
Free admission

Fridays
Free admission

Guided tours and events (unless stated otherwise)
plus 1 Euro

Annual pass
35 Euro / reduced 20 Euro

MuseumsCard regular
60 Euro

MuseumsCard 25 (up to the age of 25)
30 Euro

MuseumsCard additional card family
plus 8 Euro

The MuseumsCard offers free admission to the participating museums and exhibition halls for one year from the first visit.
More information: www.museumscard-hannover.de

 

Reduced Admission

  • Schoolchildren 13 and over
  • Trainees and students
  • School-leavers in compulsory military service and social year
  • Unemployed persons
  • Senior citizens 65 and over

Free Admission

  • Every Friday for all visitors
  • Children up to 18 years
  • Classes of schoolchildren
  • ICOM and CIMAM Members (Appropriate ID required when buying tickets)
  • Owner of the Hannover Active Pass
  • Members of the Sprengelfriends and Young Sprengelfriends

 


 

How to get to the Museum

Sprengel Museum Hannover
Kurt-Schwitters-Platz
30169 Hannover

 


 

Bookshop

The MERZ bookshop offers an extensive range of specialist books and magazines from the fields of art, photography, architecture and design as well as children's books, antiquarian books, non-book articles and a large selection of high-quality art prints and art postcards.

 

OPENING HOURS

Tuesday
Wednesday to Sunday
Monday
10 am – 8 pm
10 am – 6 pm
closed

 

CONTACT INFORMATION

MERZ-BUCHHANDLUNG
KURT-SCHWITTERS-PLATZ 1
30169 HANNOVER
+49 511 88 48 43
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Restaurant

For over 20 years the restaurant bell´ARTE with its young fresh kitchen with Italian accent offers the perfect culinary addition to the museum visit. The restaurant has over 80 restaurant seats as well as 30 winter garden seats with the best view of the Maschsee. On sunny days the large terrace with 140 seats invites you to enjoy the sun into the evening hours.

Tuesday to Friday there are constantly changing, inexpensive lunch menus on offer.

Due to the Corona pandemic, opening hours have been temporarily changed.

Wednesday to Sunday: 12.00 - 21.00 pm
Kitchen hours: 12.00 - 20.00 pm
Monday and Tuesday: closed

 

OPENING HOURS

Tuesday to Saturday
Sunday
Monday
11 am – 11 pm
11 am – 9 pm
closed

 

CONTACT INFORMATION

RESTAURANT BELL‘ARTE
KURT-SCHWITTERS-PLATZ 1
30169 HANNOVER
+49 511 8 09 33 33
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