Corona – Regulations in the Weissenhofmuseum

Due to the corona pandemic, some rules still apply to us, please note them!

A maximum of 15 visitors may stay in the Weissenhof Museum.

Visitors can only be let in and out individually 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.

It is forbidden to enter the museum or take part in guided tours for people who
1. are or have been in contact with a Covid 19 infected person if the last contact has not yet passed 14 days.
have typical Covid 19 symptoms, namely fever, dry cough, impaired taste and smell.
3. do not wear a mouth and nose covering

For further information, please read the following PDF:

Corona – opening times and guided tours Weissenhofmuseum / Weissenhof Estate

From July 28th 2020 the following opening times apply:

Tuesday – Saturday:            12 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday – Sunday, Holidays: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday closed

A maximum of 15 visitors may stay in the Weissenhof Museum.
The distance requirement of at least 1.5 meters applies inside the whole museum.
It is mandatory to wear an everyday mask.

Booking tours in the Weissenhof Estate

Booking tours in divers languages in the Weissenhof Estate will take place again.
Eternal tours with a maximum of 15 participants.
For appointments and the applicable regulations, please contact us at

Public tours in German in the Weissenhof Estate 

The tour will take place only in German language.
It is an explicit eternal tour. It doesn’t go into any of the Weissenhof houses.

Information on visiting our museum can be found under “Corona regulations” on this website.

06. & 07. 06. 2020
Reopening of the exhibition “Highnoon am Killesberg” on June 6th & 7th, 2020 !!
06. & 07. 06. 2020

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.

Digital UNESCO-World Heritage Day on June 7th, 2020

Under the motto “World Heritage connects”, the World Heritage Sites in Germany celebrate the UNESCO World Heritage Day. Due to the corona pandemic digital for the first time.
The new website offers a virtual tour of discovery and provides a look behind the scenes of the 46 world heritage sites in Germany.
The Le Corbusier semi-detached house as part of Le Corbusier’s complete architectural work is also represented.
On the page you will also find the photo campaign #WelterbeVerbindet. We are looking for photos of visitors at and in their world heritage sites. Get involved!

Weissenhof Estate Is Awarded the European Heritage Label

Weissenhof Estate Is Awarded the European Heritage Label

On March 31, 2020, the Werkbund estates in Germany, Poland, the Czech Republic, and Austria were awarded the European Heritage Label by the European Commission.

This honor recognized five modern building ensembles that had been created in the context of exhibitions, thus revolutionizing architecture and the way people live around the world:

  • Weissenhof Estate in Stuttgart, created in 1927 in the context of the Werkbund exhibition The Dwelling
  • Nový Dům Werkbund Estate, created in Brno in 1928
  • Wrocław Werkbund Estate, created in 1929 in the context of the Werkbund exhibition WUWA, Living and Working Spaces
  • Vienna-Lainz Werkbund Estate, created in 1932
  • Baba Werkbund Estate in Prague, created in 1932.

The network also includes the Neubühl Werkbund Estate that was created in Zurich between 1930 and 1932, which as a Swiss ensemble was not eligible for the award.

Creation of a Network of Werkbund Estates

In 2011 a delegation from Wrocław visited the estate in Stuttgart to gather ideas from the Friends of the Weissenhof Estate for the renovation of their estate. This was the beginning of an intense exchange and a quickly growing network. In 2012 exhibitions were held in Wrocław and Stuttgart, each on the estate of their partner. In 2013 the city of Stuttgart invited representatives from all six Werkbund estates to a meeting in which it was decided that they would apply for the European Heritage Label as a group. Further meetings followed in the participating cities. The collective exhibition A Way to Modernity: Werkbund Estates 1927–1932 in Wrocław, the European Capital of Culture in 2016, was the culmination of this collaboration.

It is with great pleasure for the parties involved to announce that the influential Werkbund estates from the 1920s in Europe have been honored with the European Heritage Label and that their commitment to a friendly and professional exchange over borders is now acknowledged.
More information is available at


CORONA – The Weissenhofmuseum is closed immediately

By order of the city of Stuttgart the Weissenhofmuseum in the Le Corbusier House is closed immediately until further notice.
Our special exhibition “High Noon am Killesberg” in the Weissenhof Werkstatt is also closed.

However, you can write us an e-mail to

We will update you at this point.

April 17th, 2020