Informations in english


On this website you can find the entire programme, the city maps and a lot of information on the museum night and the institutions taking part.
On the museum night, the entrance ticket is valid for all museums and collections specified in the programme from 6 pm to 12 pm. There is no admission charge for children and young people of up to 18 years of age.
Moreover, special buses will be available in Halle and Leipzig free of charge this year. In addition, the entrance tickets are also valid as tickets for all public transportation (city trains, trams and buses) within the zones 110 [Leipzig], 162, 163, 225 and 210 [Halle] from 4 pm to 3 am.
If accompanied by a person who has an entrance ticket, children and young people of up to 15 years of age can use the means of public transport free of charge within the above-mentioned zones. Young people between 16 and 18 years of age are given a free ticket which authorises them to travel within the above mentioned zones using public transport. It is available from all booking offices and box offices of the museum night.

During the evening of the museum night, tickets are available
– at all museums and collections taking part,
– at the main station in Halle [platform 13, 4 pm to 10 pm],
– at the main station in Leipzig [Westhalle] and
– at the information point on the market squares in Leipzig

Free : children and young people under 18 years
10,00 Euro: standard fee
08,00 Euro: reduced-price ticket (for pupils, students, apprentices, people doing military service/ federal volunteer service and disabled persons upon the presentation of proof of entitlement)
05,00 Euro: for holders of the „Leipzig-Pass“ or „Halle-Pass“ or of the „FamilienPass Sachsen-Anhalt“ and „Familien Pass Sachsen“

The museum night will be opened on the market square in Leipzig at 5:30 pm.

Information points at the market squares in Halle and Leipzig will inform you, provide tips for routes and museums – as well as sell tickets.

If you do not want to go home after midnight, you can dance away the night at the “Palette” dance bar and in the „Moritzbastei“ club in Leipzig. Admission is free with the “Museum night” ticket.

Große Nikolaistraße 9–11,
06108 Halle [Saale], near the market square

Universitätsstraße 9,
04109 Leipzig

Night-time messages in Braille
On 5th of May, the German Central Library for the Blind in Leipzig will again be the “post office” for sending messages from the museum night. Visitors can send a post card with a personal message in Braille. As a message sent from or addressed to an institute for the blind, the cards will be sent to the respective address specified postage-free. The recipients of this mysterious greeting from the museum night in Leipzig can decipher the message with help of the narrow Braille alphabet printed on the back.