Plan your visit

Here you will find an overview of all information such as opening hours, admission prices and directions that will help you to enjy your visit to the Museum Art.Plus in Donaueschingen. As a service, we have put together a selection of excursion tips around Donaueschingen for you and please also take a look at our art eduction offer. If you have any questions, you can contact us here.

Opening hours

Fridays – Sundays + Public Holidays11 am – 5 pm

Entrance Fees


Adults€ 6,00
Senior citizens, people with disabilities (registered accompanying person free admission), teenagers, trainees and students€ 4,00
Children up to the age of 12no charge


Families (2 adults + up to 3 teenagers)€ 12,00
Groups, from 10 personseach € 5,00
Groups, from 10 pupils, trainees, students and people with disabilities (registered accompanying person free admission)each € 3,00

annual tickets (free admission to exhibitions and guided tours)

Adults€ 22,00
Families (2 adults + up to 3 young people)€ 35,00
Senior citizens, people with disabilities (registered accompanying person free admission), young people, trainees and students€ 14,00

Your admission ticket to around 320 museums in 3 countries! You can purchase the Museums-Pass at our museum shop or online.

Holders of the DreiWelten Card have free admission.

Entrance free!

Art education

Around our exhibitions we offer guided tours and workshops for young and old.

Feel free to contact us! We look forward to hearing from you. Phone: +49 (0)771 896689-0 or

Group tour for adults
Duration: approx. 1 hour
bookable from Monday - Sunday

Costs: during opening hours: 80 Euro, outside opening hours: 140 Euro
Family Rally
Duration: approx. 1 hour
possible at any time during opening hours
Offer for: Adults and children
Cost: 3.50 euros/ rally booklet
Kid's rally for kindergarten groups and primary school classes
Duration: approx. 2.5 hours
bookable on Thursdays + Fridays
Offer for: children, pupils, educators and teachers
Cost: 50 euros + 2 euros material costs per child
Workshop "Tierisch gut - Auf Da Vincis Spuren"
A cooperation with the Kinder- und Jugendmuseum Donaueschingen
Duration: 2 hours
Offer for: Children aged 8-12 years
can be booked individually, e.g. for children's birthday parties, Fridays + Saturdays + Sundays, starting at 2 pm

bookable via the Kinder-und Jugendmuseum
Guided tour for kindergarten and primary school groups
Duration: approx. 1 hour
bookable from Monday - Friday
Offer for: Children, pupils, educators and teachers

Costs: Free admission and guided tour!

Guided tour for school classes (5th-13th grade)
Duration: approx. 1 hour
bookable from Monday - Friday
Offer for: pupils and teachers

Costs: 35 Euro
Kids birthday party at the museum
3-hour KidsArtWorkshop (consisting of a one-hour guided tour in the museum
and a 2-hour children's art workshop at the Donaueschingen Art School)
Booking through the Donaueschingen Art School

Costs: 84 Euro


Museum Art.Plus

Museumsweg 1 / Corner Josefstraße
78166 Donaueschingen

Information And Service

Phone: +49 (0)771-89 66 89-0
Fax: +49 (0)771-89 66 89-20

Your contact persons

Tomislav Pavrlisak - Management & Museum Operations

Christine Teubert - Marketing

Getting there

By car

  • You will find disabled parking spaces on the east side of the museum; approach via Prinz-Fritzi-Allee.

By train

  • Arrival with the Deutsche Bahn
    Note: The museum is only a 5-minute walk from the station.

By bus

Visit suggestions

Donaueschingen Castle

A castle from the Belle Epoque

Royal Fuerstenberg Collection

Art collection from the House of Fuerstenberg

Guided tour through Donaueschingen

Visit to the historic part of the town around the castle and the source of the Danube, as well as the background to the town fire and the reconstruction

Danube cycle path

Useful tips about the Danube cycle path


Golf between the Black Forest and the Swabian Alb


Information and tips for hiking in the Black Forest and the Baar region


Information about the Sauschwänzlebahn ("The Pigtail Railway)" in Blumberg

Pilgrim trails

In the Black Forest and the Swabian Alb