Ticket office opening hours

Information and reservation Tuesday and Wednesday from 9 am to 12 am at +49-89-33035770 or info(at)kinderkunsthaus.de

Opening hours Kinderkunsthaus shop

Tuesday to Friday
10.30 – 12.30 am and 1.30 – 5 pm

Saturday / Sunday 2 – 5 pm

For your and our protection, we ask you to enter only one at a time, wear a mask and pay with your EC card. Thank you very much for your understanding!

Visit of our Open Programme currently is only possible with advance registration! More information and registration here

Opening Hours & Prices | Open Program (no pre-booking required)

Tuesday to Friday 2 to 6 pm | Saturday and Sunday 10 to 6 pm | Latest Entrance 5 pm | Monday closed | Restricted admission is possible in case of large numbers of visitors.

For holiday opening hours please see current news here.

Day ticket: € 6 (incl. material)
Weekend Day ticket (group up to 3 people): € 15
Weekend Day ticket (group up to 5 people): € 24
Multiple-entrance ticket (10 visits): € 50
Carrier of a “München- und Landkreis-Pass”: € 3,- (instead of € 6,- for a day ticket)

Arthouse for adults
Once a month on Thursdays from October to June | 19 to 22
Next date and link to tickets here
Admission: € 26 p.p. (incl. material and welcome drink) / € 20 reduced plus advance booking
Detailed information about Arthouse here. We regularly announce detailed creative actions on Facebook.

Pottery for adults
Every Tuesday (except public and school holidays) | 19 to 20.30
Admission: € 26 p.p. (incl. material, glaze & firing) / € 20 reduced plus advance booking
Detailed information and link to tickets here.

Studio Discussions for adults
Information, dates and tickets here

Detailed information about the Open Program here. Daily we announce the creative actions on Facebook.

Weekly classes (with advance reservation)
Info and registration here

School visits & groups (with advance reservation)
In the morning from Tuesday to Friday & by appointment. Info and registration here

Children’s birthdays (with advance reservation)
Friday to Sunday by arrangement. Info and registration here

Workshops, holiday program & Studio 23 (with advance reservation)
Participation in Studio 23 workshops or in workshops as part of the holiday program only with advance reservation.

Address & Directions here

To assure that your visit to the Kinderkunsthaus is a thoroughly positive experience, parents should have read the following information:

Picking up artwork
Works of art created in our open program will be kept for 7 days, works of art from groups for 4 weeks. During these periods they can be collected during the opening hours of the Open Program. After this period, the works of art become the property of the Kinderkunsthaus and may be exhibited or used in other ways.

Our open program is designed for children aged 2 to 14 years. Here, visitors are encouraged to put their own ideas into practice, but can also be inspired by the activities and themes on offer. In the Open Program, one parent or accompanying adult person always stays with the child and spends a wonderful time together with the child. Children and young people from 10 years of age can also visit the Kinderkunsthaus alone for 2.5 hours. For this we require the consent of a parent or a legal guardian.
Courses, workshops and group programs are divided into age groups so that the children have similar cognitive and motor skills to work together harmoniously.

Duty of supervision
In the Open Program, the parents or adult companions are responsible for supervision. This is recognized with the entry into our workshop. In the weekly classes and holiday workshops, the course leaders are responsible, i.e. the usual liability regulations apply.

Food & Drink
The consumption of food and drinks is not allowed in our workshop. You are welcome to use the seating area in the lobby.

Cloakroom & valuables
Each visitor must take care of his or her own wardrobe, objects and valuables. Unfortunately, we cannot accept any liability for soiling, damage or loss.

For space and safety reasons we can only accommodate a limited number of prams in our house. We therefore recommend that you visit us without a pram or with a folding buggy if possible.

Our program encourages experimentation and trying out in unknown artistic disciplines. When designing with paint and tools, there can be splashes of paint on clothes, tears in trousers or glue in hair. Even if we provide aprons and smocks for protection, the clothing should still be chosen accordingly so that there is no trouble at home after visiting the Kinderkunsthaus. Unfortunately, we cannot accept any liability for the clothing of children or adults.

Please use only the materials provided on the tables and do not remove any material from the shelves. If material runs out at the table, please ask a member of staff. All created works of art with the exception of the dough (medialab) may be taken home.

You grant us free of charge the rights to use the works of art produced (including their preparatory work and/or reproductions/photographs thereof) for non-commercial and/or advertising purposes of the Kinderkunsthaus (also for further transfer to third parties). All the above-mentioned uses are made with or without mentioning names and in compliance with (copyright) and personal rights.

By participating in the Open Program, Group Program, holiday workshops, children’s birthdays or courses, parents agree that photos and/or film recordings may be taken of themselves or their children and that these may be used without limitation for non-commercial purposes in connection with the Kinderkunsthaus (e.g. publications in brochures and/or on the Kinderkunsthaus website), in compliance with (copyright), personal rights, and that these rights may be granted exclusively or non-exclusively to third parties. A revocation must be made in writing.  All the above-mentioned uses are made with or without mentioning names and in compliance with (copyright), personal rights.