For now, the following opening times apply:
Tuesday – Saturday: 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday, public holidays: 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.
On Corpus Christi, June 11th, the museum is open from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Please have a look at the Corona-regulations on this homepage.
Public tours in German in the Weissenhof Estate will take place again from June 16th 2020.
The tour is an explicit eternal tour. It doesn’t go into any of the Weissenhof houses.
We are pleased to reopen the Weissenhofmuseum from May 19th, 2020. Of course, some rules also apply to us, please note these:
A maximum of 10 visitors may stay in the Weissenhof Museum.
Visitors can only be let in and out single or in pairs. Our entrance situation is very narrow. Please be patient and expect waiting periods.
The distance requirement of at least 1.5 meters applies inside the whole museum.
It is mandatory to wear an everyday mask. If necessary, you can buy masks at the reception.
If you would like to familiarize yourself a little with the current events in the museum before you visit us, we would be happy if you read the following PDF. This is also available in the museum.
Weissenhofmuseum_leaflet Corona rules english
Due to the corona pandemic, the special exhibition “High Noon am Killesberg – Postmodern versus Modern” had to close abruptly from March 13th, 2020. In order to enable the students to round off their exhibition, we open the doors of the Weissenhof Werkstatt in the Mies van der Rohe house for a weekend.
In the early 1980s, the architectural movement of postmodernism gained worldwide attention and led to controversial discussions. In 1981 Jürgen Joedicke, the director of the Institute for the Foundations of Modern Architecture, organized an international symposium on the subject of architecture of the future, future of architecture. Well-known architects discussed their views of architecture. The aim was to take a critical look and to present approaches for future architecture.
In the exhibition designed by students of the Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Stuttgart, the showdown postmodern versus modern revives again!
The focus of the exhibition is on the comparison and analysis of the different attitudes of the architects for debate. Submitted sketches of ideas for critical handling of the Weißenhof estate are shown. In addition, projects in downtown Stuttgart are analyzed: the State Gallery as a masterpiece of postmodernity in Germany and the Kleine Schloßplatz, as a place that is associated with a lot of emotions for many people in Stuttgart.
Weissenhofwerkstatt in the House Mies van der Rohe
Am Weissenhof 20, 70191 Stuttgart
The opening hours of the exhibition are Saturday and Sunday, June 6th & 7th, 2020, from 12 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The usual corona regulations apply, wearing a mask and the minimum distance are required.
Admission is free.