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Opening Hours

  • Tuesday to Sunday 11 am – 6 pm
  • Thursday 11 am – 8 pm

Special Hours

Open on the following holidays from 11 am to 6 pm:

  • January 06 (Epiphany)
  • March 31 (Easter Sunday)
  • April 01 (Easter Monday)
  • May 01 (Labor Day)
  • May 09 (Ascension Day)
  • May 19 (Pentecost)
  • May 20 (Whit Monday)
  • May 30 (Corpus Christi)
  • October 03 (Day of German Unity)
  • November 01 (All Saints Day)
  • December 26 (2nd Christmas Day)

and closed:

  • Mondays
  • January 01 (New Year)
  • February 13 (Shrove Tuesday)
  • March 29 (Good Friday)
  • July 16 (Schützen Tuesday)
  • December 24 (Christmas Eve)
  • December 25 (Christmas Day)
  • December 31 (New Year's Eve)

Special regulations:

  • May 17 - closed from 2 pm
  • July 18 - Schützen Thursday closed from 4 pm
  • July 21 - Bauernschützen open from 1 to 6 pm
  • October 18 - closed from 2 pm

Admission Prices

Free admission for children and adolescents below the age of 18.

There is also free admission for honorary citizens and medallists of the city, visitors accompanying persons with disabilities and teachers accompanying school classes.

A group discount is available for groups of 15 people or more.

Apprentices, students, voluntary service providers, unemployed people, welfare recipients, members of the Förderkreis Museum Biberach e.V. and the Gesellschaft für Heimatpflege as well as holders of the Stadtpass (town pass) are eligible for reduced admission.

Admission is free on Saturdays.

Categories
Normal price Reduced price
Adults 6 EUR 5 EUR
Annual ticket 18 EUR 15 EUR
Group ticket (15 people and above) 5 EUR
Tours

Public tour Admission price + 1 EUR Admission price + 1 EUR
Themed tour 80 EUR (up to 25 persons, each additional person 6 EUR)
Foreign language tour 80 EUR (up to 25 persons, each additional person 6 EUR)
Museum tour 60 EUR (up to 25 persons, each additional person 6 EUR)
Educational events

Free of charge for Biberach schools

Schools from out of town 60 EUR
Children’s birthday party 60 EUR

Directions

Braith-Mali-Museum
Museumstraße 6
88400 Biberach

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Parking
The museum’s parking garage has 271 parking spaces. Free spots are easy to find thanks to the modern parking guidance system. The first hour of parking is free of charge.
The museum’s parking garage is accessible via the Zeppelinring. The two electric vehicle charging stations on the premises can be used for a fee. Each station has a charging point with a 22-kW power output. Both supply 100% certified green electricity.
Further spots requiring a parking fee can be found in the immediate vicinity of the museum.

Public Transport
Bus lines 1, 2, 4, 10 (to Viehmarkt)

Museum Accessibility

Visitors with restricted mobility as well as baby carriages and strollers can enter the Museum Biberach via a ramp. A central elevator in the glass connecting structure of the museum provides access to various exhibition departments (apart from the archaeological department in the attic of the hospital building and the weaving department).

Assistance dogs are permitted as guide dogs for visitors with disabilities. No prior notice is required.

Reception Desk

Our reception desk in the foyer is the central contact point for tickets and information. You can also find our museum shop in this area. The sitting accommodations next to the reception desk are a good place to peruse our publications and exhibition catalogs during or after your visit.

Free Wi-Fi

We offer free Wi-Fi access in the museum foyer: Connect your mobile device to the »free-key« network of the town of Biberach to surf all you want. Enhance your visit with our digital offers!

These are our digital offers