Tuesday to Friday 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Groups of 10 or more:
|Adults||8,00 €||5,00 €|
|Reduced price*||5,00 €||3,00 €|
|Family ticket||16,00 €|
|Guided tour||35,00 € (Tu-Fr) |
45,00 € (Sa/Su)
Return ticket: All admission tickets (except for group tickets) authorise the holder to visit the HNF a second time within twelve months of the original visit.
*Reduced prices for Children and adolescents up to 18, schoolchildren, students, trainees, young people on military or civilian national service, disabled persons, senior citizens (60+), recipients of income support.
Children under 10 are only admitted to HNF if accompanied by an adult.
Entrance is free for general and vocational schools, colleges and universities, and for groups of young people on national service, both military and civilian, providing the visit has been notified in advance (service(at)hnf.de).
Exploration and discovery
Take a tour through the 5,000-year history, present and future of information technology in the company of an expert.
There is a baby changing room in the basement of the HNF. If required, a buggy can be borrowed at no extra cost.
You have free access to our Wi-Fi everywhere at the HNF.
The creation of photographs or film/video recordings is permitted in the museum for private use only and without tripods or professional flash.
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Heinz Nixdorf MuseumsForum
N 51° 43' 54", E 8° 44' 09"
You can get to Heinz Nixdorf MuseumsForum (HNF) directly by public transport with the No. 11 bus, which stops there every thirty minutes. The bus stop is called MuseumsForum. This bus also stops at the main railway station, so there is a direct connection to the railway network.
The car park at the HNF is home to two charging stations for e-cars. An EU type 2 plug is necessary to use the stations. You can activate the charging station via the “PlugSurfing” app, which also handles billing.
Near the cloakrooms are four charging stations where users of e-bikes can recharge their bicycle batteries while they visit the museum. You must bring a charging device, but the power supply is free.