Museumsinsel Schloss Gottorf
24837 Schleswig, Deutschland
Information, reservation, booking +49 (0) 4621 813 222
Opening hours until 31.03.2022
- Reduced prices are valid for: students, apprentices, the disabled, receivers of ALG II [a type of German unemployment benefit], voluntary services participants – respectively with valid documentation.
- Family ticket: two adults with children of up to 17.
- Children of up to 6 do not pay entrance fees.
The entrance ticket entitles you to visit all museums on the Castle Island.
A separate ticket is required for the special exhibition "Farbrausch" with works by the artist Christopher Lehmpfuhl (adults 10,- €, erm. 8,- €, family 21,- €, children/adolescents 3,- €) or a combined ticket (adults 15,- €, erm. 12,- €, family 32,- €, children/youth 4,- €).
Near the castle island are the Gottorf globe and the baroque garden - which are closed in the winter months (early November to the end of March).
Information for your visit
We have compiled all the important information for your visit HERE.
Approach by motor vehicle
Please note that the south bridge to drive on the castle island is only possible for vehicles up to 11 tons. This applies particularly to heavy trucks and buses. We recommend access to them via the north bridge, which you can reach via Schlossallee.
Schloss Gottorf is a complex of buildings which has grown historically over the course of several centuries. Therefore, some of its rooms are unfortunately not accessible for the disabled.
Should you have detailed questions on the topic of possible accessibility prior to a visit, you are welcome to call our service employees or to write us an E-mail. If you are on the museum island and need help, you can always turn to our employees.
We are currently working on refurbishing the castle building, extending and modernising it. You can find further information about this under www.masterplan-gottorf.de. After these wide-ranging plans have been implemented, it will also be possible for disabled persons to visit all our exhibitions without incurring any problems. In addition to several lifts, we will use a modern orientation system and design the exhibitions in accordance with the Guidelines for Accessibility in Museums.