Museumsinsel Schloss Gottorf
24837 Schleswig, Deutschland
Information, reservation, booking +49 (0) 4621 813 222
Opening hours until 31.10.2023
- 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 admission ticket entitles the holder to visit all museums on the Schlossinsel.
Admission/opening hours Globus and Baroque Garden
Close to the Schlossinsel are the Gottorf Globus (Globe) and the Baroque Garden - both of which are closed during the winter months (from the beginning of November to the end of March). Special opening hours and prices apply here. You can find more information HERE.
Information for your visit
Travelling by public transport
Would you like to travel by bus or train? Then find out the best way to get to us at www.nah.sh.
Arriving by car
Please note that the Südbrücke can only be used by vehicles weighing up to 11 tonnes. This applies in particular to heavy lorries and buses. We recommend that they use the north bridge, which you can reach via Schlossallee.
Schloss Gottorf is a building complex that has grown historically over the centuries. Therefore, some rooms are unfortunately not accessible for people with disabilities.
If you have any detailed questions about possible barriers in advance of your visit, please feel free to call our service staff or send us an e-mail. If you are on the Museum Island and need assistance, you can contact our staff at any time.
At the moment, we are working on renovating, extending and modernising the castle building. You can find more information about this at www.masterplan-gottorf.de. Once these extensive plans have been implemented, it will also be possible for people with disabilities to visit all our exhibitions without any problems. In addition to several lifts, there will be a modern wayfinding system and an exhibition design adapted to the guidelines for accessibility in museums.