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Freilichtmuseum Molfsee

Hamburger Landstraße 97
24113 Molfsee, Deutschland


Information, reservation, booking +49 (0) 431 65966 22

Opening hours until 31.10.2020

Opening hours

Admission until 4pm.

Varying opening hours / bank holidays
Opening hours from 01.11.2020


8,00 Euro
6,00 Euro
3,00 Euro
17,00 Euro
Individual annual pass :
50,00 Euro
Family annual pass:
75,00 Euro
Group of 20 and more:
6,00 Euro per person
Group of 30 and more:
5,00 Euro per person
School classes:
2,00 Euro per person
  • Reduced prices are valid for: students, apprentices, the disabled, receivers of ALG II [a type of German unemployment benefit], voluntary services participants – respectively with valid documentation.
  • Family ticket: two adults with children of up to 17.
  • Children of up to 6 do not pay entrance fees.

Information for your visit

Corona pandemic

Until further notice, the Open-Air Museum Molfsee will open six large, historic houses - from Großharrie, Lehe, Arentsee, Teschendorf and Klockries as well as the dairy farm - which can be visited when walking around the museum grounds. Moreover, the opportunity is provided to take a look into further buildings from outside. You can find information about the artisans HERE.

The permanent exhibitions in the individual houses, such as “At home elsewhere” are closed currently. The tractor path and the funfair are not currently running. For your own personal protection, we currently do not lend out handcarts and wheelchairs. For the same reason, no picknick tables are provided.

Toilets can be used at the gatehouse and the funfair locations.

When visiting our museums, please also always observe this general information and these rules.

As soon as the situation permits, we will again extend our offer for you!


Please observe that the museum can be closed contrary to its opening times in case of extreme weather conditions.

By the way, you are welcome to bring your dog. Under consideration of the visitors and the animals living on the grounds, please keep your dog on a leash and dispose of any dog’s mess.

Smoking and all use of open fire is not allowed on the entire museum grounds for fire protection reasons. Smoking areas are provided at the gatehouse, the funfair and in the dairy farm garden.

Car park situation

Parking spaces are provided for the visitors - also during the construction of the current entrance and exhibition building. Normally, a park-and-ride service is provided for large events. We kindly request our visitors to make use of this or to use public transport.

Travel by public transport

You would like to travel here by bus or train? Then, inform yourself under www.nah.sh, as to how you can travel here best.


Unfortunately, the open-air museum’s grounds and the historic buildings are not fully accessible. However, we are making constant efforts to improve the circumstances. We recommend always visiting the open-air museum with an accompanying person.

If you need any help, you can always approach our on-site employees. You are also welcome to contact us prior to your visit by calling (+49 (0) 431-659 66 22) or via E-mail (service@landesmuseen.sh).

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