Long Night of Museums
May 21 @ 6:00 pm - May 22 @ 1:00 am
Long night of Museums (Lange Nacht der Museen)
Saturday, May 21, 2022, 6 p.m. -1 a.m.
Tickets from 26.04.
Finally again: the whole Stuttgart art and culture scene in just one night!
At the Long Night of Museums on May 21, 2022, more than 40 museums, galleries, Off-Spaces, historic buildings, cultural and industrial monuments open from 6 pm to 1 am.
Visitors will discover well-known and hidden places with fascinating fascinating exhibitions, exciting guided tours, lots of visual art, architecture, music and various events. This night will be a special experience!
The Long Night Ticket is valid as a VVS combination ticket and entitles the holder to travel to and from the event in public transport in the VVS area. It can also be used the whole evening to get to all participating facilities.
Program magazines with all the information will be available from April 26 at all participating venues, the advance booking offices in Stuttgart and the entire region, as well as at numerous
institutions free of charge. All programs also online at www.lange-nacht.de.
Tickets starting from 26 April:
Tickets cost € 20. Children up to the age of six are admitted free of charge.
Reduced tickets for pupils and students cost € 15.
Tickets are available in advance from April 26: at many participating institutions, all major ticket agencies and at www.lange-nacht.de (also Print@home).
On the evening of the event, ticket bands will be available at all participating establishments.
Ten new participants will enrich the full cultural program of the Long Night with art, music and exciting insights. The Dorotheen Quartier transforms into a walkable Art Quartier and presents art in shop windows – for example the round plate works of works by Gerhard Neumaier or exciting performances by Tobias Ruppert. Views over Stuttgart and never-before-seen insights into the
the Stuttgart 21 rail project are offered by the multimedia and interactive exhibition in the InfoTurmStuttgart (ITS). The Kesselstadt in miniature and works of art can be seen in the new miniature worlds of Stuttgart. The future city district of Rosenstein is the subject of the Stuttgart Rosenstein exhibition. Here, visitors can learn everything they need to know interactive city model, visitors can learn everything they need to know about what is currently the largest urban development project in the city. Another new feature is the Museum of Illusions, which takes visitors on an interactive journey into the fascinating world of illusions. The Stolpersteine (Stumbling Stones) initiative recalls dramatic family stories on a tour.