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15th Oct. - 14th Apr.: Thu-Sun 10am-5pm
The city museum is located in the oldest still preserved noble residence from the early 17th century in the middle of the old part of Kiel. The impressive masonry with the original preserved sandstone portal, the historical rooms and the vaulted cellar are worth seeing.
Changing exhibitions on the town and cultural history of the 19th and 20th century as well as on critical graphics and arts and crafts are shown on the three floors of the Warleberger Hof. The permanent exhibition on maritime history is housed in the maritime museum of Kiel.
4,00 €, reduced 1,00 €
free admission for children under 10 years
combined ticket, valid for 'Stadtgalerie' (Kiel City Gallery) and 'Stadtmuseum' (City Museum) as well 4,00 €, reduced 2,00 €
family ticket 6,00 €
combined family ticket 10,00 €
group ticket (15-30 persons) 22,00 €
guided tours 3,00 €, reduced 1,50 €
guided tours for school classes 1,00 € per person
guided group tours (max. 30 persons) 50,00 €
Guided group tours by appointment, Guided tours of current exhibitions on Sundays at 11.30 am and 3:30 pm
Information: museum leaflet
Responsible body of the city museum is the city of Kiel.
Supporting association is the “Gesellschaft für Kieler Stadtgeschichte e.V. von 1875“ (registered association for the town history of Kiel from 1875)
Arriving by car
City centre; 100 metres from the old marketplace in the direction of the castle.