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Freilichtmuseum Molfsee

Hamburger Landstraße 97
24113 Molfsee, Deutschland


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

Opening hours until 31.10.2022

Opening hours

Last admission to the outdoor area one hour before.

Varying opening hours / bank holidays
Opening hours from 01.11.2022


10,00 Euro
8,00 Euro
21,00 Euro
3,00 Euro
Individual annual pass :
60,00 Euro
Family annual pass:
95,00 Euro
Group of 20 and more:
8,00 Euro per person
Group of 30 and more:
7,00 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.

The museum consists of a large outdoor area and our Jahr100Haus. The ticket that you purchase generally entitles you to visit the open-air site and the Jahr100Haus on the same day. 

Information for your visit

General visiting instructions for the entire museum

  • Corona: You can find an overview of all currently applicable Corona regulations (hygiene regulations, etc.) for the museum HERE ...
  • Accessibility: The Jahr100Haus is largely accessible. This only applies to a limited extent to the outdoor area and the historic buildings. We therefore recommend visiting with an accompanying person. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us on site or in advance via our visitor service: +49 (0) 431 65966 22, service@landesmuseen.sh.
  • Arrival: Would you like to travel by bus or train? Then go to www.nah.sh to find out how you can best come to us.

Special information for the outdoor area

  • April to October:
    A site plan for your visit to the site in the summer season can be found HERE. In the summer season, a fair and a petting zoo are among the attractions in the outdoor area. On request, we also lend handcarts.
  • November to March:
    In the winter season only part of the outdoor area and a few selected houses are accessible. You can find a map of the area for your winter walk HERE.

  • You are welcome to bring your dog to visit the outdoor area. Out of consideration for other visitors and the animals living there, please keep him on a leash and remove any dirt.
  • Smoking and any use of open fire is not permitted on the entire museum grounds for fire protection reasons. There are smoking areas at the gatehouse, at the fair and in the dairy garden.

Special notes for the year 100 house

Use our eGuide for the permanent exhibition, preferably on your own smartphone. Please bring headphones with you. Alternatively, you can get a loaner from us. Borrowing is free. The headphones (3.5 mm jack plug) that you need for this and that we are currently not lending due to the pandemic can be purchased for 1.50 € in our museum shop.

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