Your visit in the

Opening hours

Tuesday through Saturday: 10 am to 5 pm
Sundays and Holidays: 10 am to 6 pm

Stuttgart – Afghanistan
additionally Wednesday until 8 pm 

Closed: December 24, 25, 31

Address and contact

Linden-Museum Stuttgart
Staatliches Museum für Völkerkunde
Hegelplatz 1
70174 Stuttgart

Phone +49.711.2022-3

Never miss an event


by public

By car: Please use the main train station as your reference point. From there, follow the signs to Katharinenhospital to get to Hegelplatz.

Please note:
The Linden-Museum does not have its own parking facilities. Parking is available in the Holzgartenstraße and Katharinenhospital parking garages.



€ 4 regular
€ 3 reduced

up to 18 years free

incl. Mediaguide (DE / EN / Children)

Special exhibition Stuttgart – Afghanistan

Solidarity-based pricing model according to the motto “pay what you can”:

€ 20/12/10/1

up to 12 years free
incl. Mediaguide (DE / EN / Farsi / Pashto)

Annual pass

€ 40 Annual pass
€ 60 Family annual pass

Discounts are available for

Free admission is given to

Refugees welcome

Refugees receive free admission to our exhibitions. In addition, we are happy to provide free tickets to events.

Please contact us for further information:
Phone +49.711.2022-444


An entrance on Herdweg provides barrier-free access to our museum. Parking for people with special needs is also available there. Please announce your visit via the intercom system or call +49.711.2022-3.

For your convenience, there is a handicapped accessible restroom. If necessary, a wheelchair or stroller can be borrowed from the information desk. Lightweight, easy-to-carry folding chairs are available for mobile seating in the exhibitions, and induction loops are available for guided tours. For groups with inclusion needs we offer

special guided tours

are available.

We are in the process of continuously expanding our inclusive services.

Restaurant Hegel Eins

In Hegel Eins you can end your visit to the museum with homemade cake and coffee specialties. In the evening, the Alpine-Mediterranean cuisine comes to the table with fish and game dishes. You can also book Hegel Eins exclusively for your private party.

Opening hours:

Tuesday through Sunday: 12 to 3 pm
Evening opening (except Sundays) from 6:30 pm

There is a lot for me and my family to experience

Children bring our museum to life! We therefore offer them a variety of approaches: the accompanying booklet With Tri through the Museum invites them to take part in experimental research tasks in all exhibitions, while the children’s media guide tells exciting stories about the exhibits. free of charge. Family tours introduce children to the diversity of the world, and holiday programs, workshops, and the Youth Club give them a chance to be creative themselves.

A special experience is our current special exhibition, Searching for Traces, which invites children aged 6 to 10 to go on animal adventures in the museum.