Do you remember how the Long Night of Museums had to be canceled at short notice two years ago due to the emerging corona pandemic? And also could not take place last year either? Now we are really looking forward to May 21, 2022 when we will be able to take cultured night owls on a nightly walk through the Weissenhofsiedlung again. Visitors get to know the settlement in a completely different way: in night-time lighting and with original quotes from 1927, the year it was built. Among others, the participating architects Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Mart Stam and Le Corbusier will have their say. The O-Tone night tours will take place every 45 minutes from 6:30 p.m.
Unfortunately, it won’t be possible to visit the interior of the Weissenhof Museum, instead we offer cold drinks, pretzels and – of course – exciting insights into Stuttgart’s modernity.
Participation will only be possible with a valid ticket for the Long Night of Museums. For more information please visit www.lange-nacht.de
We are looking forward to seeing you!
From May 1st 2022 onward we are pleased – after a long break of more than two years – to offer guided tours within the museum again.
The Short Tour includes an introduction with a model of the Weissenhof Estate and a tour of the reconstructed semi-detached by Le Corbusier.
The Long Tour includes an introduction with a model of the Weissenhof Estate and a tour of the reconstructed semi-detached by Le Corbusier. This is followed by a guided tour of the Weissenhof Estate.
FFP2 masks required: The obligation to wear an FFP2 mask continues to apply inside the Museum.
You can find more information about our guided tours under “Your Visit” and “Tours”
Next Monday, April 11th, 2022 at 5 p.m. we will present the Weissenhofmuseum im Hau Le Corbusier at an online event of the Museumspass-Musée. Museum employees, neighbors and members of the association Friends of the Weissenhofsiedlung will present the house, its special features and also some of the tasks of the museum.
The Weissenhof Museum has been a member of the museum pass since 2011, which is valid in 345 museums in France, Switzerland and Germany.
The online live event is aimed at holders of a museum pass. So if you are the proud owner of a museum pass, you can register for the event using the following link.
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