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Exhibition
daily 11:00 am — 7:00 pm
thursday 11:00 am — 9:00 pm

Special opening hours 

26.5.2022, 11:00 —  21:00 Uhr 

5.6.2022, 11:00 — 19:00 Uhr 

6.6.2022, 11:00 — 19:00 Uhr


Shop
daily 12:00 am — 6:00 pm

Exhibition tickets

You can book a ticket for the exhibition Herbert List. The Magic Eye (from 14.5.2022) online or at the cash desk of the Bucerius Kunst Forum.


Online-Tickets


Solidarity Ticket

The Bucerius Kunst Forum offers a solidarity ticket for the current exhibition as an alternative to regular admission.

The solidarity ticket costs twice the regular admission fee (18 euros/ reduced 12 euros) and the Bucerius Kunst Forum’s founder, the ZEIT-Stiftung, will match the resulting donation of 9 euros (6 euros) so that 18 euros (12 euros) will be donated for each solidarity ticket to the Ukraine edition of the European Cultural Foundation's Culture of Solidarity Fund.


Online-TicketsMore information about the solidarity ticket


Event tickets

During the exhibition periods, we have a wide range of events and special collaborations in store for you: discover our events programme (in German) here. Tickets for the individual events can be purchased online or at the Bucerius Kunst Forum cash desk as well as at the Gerdes concert cash desk and all other advance booking offices.

We recommend ordering in advance in our online store.


Online-Tickets


Triennale Ticket plus Hamburg Card

The Triennale Ticket includes admission to all 12 exhibitions during the Opening Week (20 - 22 May 2022) and the Festival (2 - 6 June 2022), the benefits of the Hamburg Card such as the use of public transport and additional offers e.g. artist talks, guided tours and workshops.


Ticket sale and more information —


Ticket prices

Adults: 9 Euro
Reduced Admission: 6 Euro
Mondays (Except public holidays): 6 Euro
Solidarity Ticket: 18 Euro
Solidarity Ticket (Reduced Admission): 12 Euro


Reduced Admission

  • Pupils
  • Students up to the age of 25 years
  • Doctoral students
  • Trainees
  • Bundesfreiwilligendienstleistende
  • Unemployed and welfare beneficaries
  • People with disabilities
  • Holder of the following cards: Hamburg Card, NDR Kulturkarte, ART Card


Free admission

  • Children and young people under the age of 18 years
  • Students of art history
  • Accompanying persons for persons with disabilities
  • Members of Bucerius Kunst Club or Young Member
  • Members of IAA International Association of Art
  • ICOM-Members 
  • Journalists with a press pass 
  • Members of Tourismusverband Hamburg e.V. 
  • Member of Verband Deutscher Gästeführer 
  • Members of Verband Deutscher Kunsthistoriker


Groups

Groups of 10 or more receive the reduced admission of 6 Euro.
Please note that we can only guarantee the entry into the Bucerius Kunst Forum if groups register at Museumsdienst Hamburg beforehand.


Kunstmeilenpass

The 12-Month Pass is valid for one year and gives you one free admission to each gallery of the Kunstmeile, including special exhibitions.

  • 12-Month Pass:  36 Euro
  • Reduced price: 22 Euro
  • Holder of Hamburg Card: 28,50 Euro


The 3-Day Pass gives you unlimited entry to all five galleries for a period of three days.

  • 3-Day Pass: 25 Euro
  • Reduced price: 19 Euro
  • Holder of Hamburg Card: 20 Euro


More Information

When enjoying art, the health and safety of everyone is most important, therefore appropriate hygiene measures and precautions are taken to protect visitors and staff. You can find more information under our current instructions.


Current information for your visit

Bucerius Kunst Forum gGmbH
Alter Wall 12
20457 Hamburg
Mo until Fr, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.: +49 (0)40 36 09 96 0
info@remove-this.buceriuskunstforum.de


Route planning with Google-Maps —

By public transport

You can reach us by DB trains from all directions, exit Hauptbahnhof or Dammtor station, with the U3 station Rathaus, the U1, U2, U4, S1, S2 and S3 station Jungfernstieg, the metro bus lines 3, 5, 19 and Xpress bus line X80 to the Rathausmarkt stop.

All information can be found on the website of the HVV.



By car

Parking is available in the parking garages: 

  • Bucerius Passage / Alter Wall (Entrance Alter Wall, parking garages are located directly under the Bucerius Kunst Forum)
  • Bleichenhof / Stadthöfe (Entrance Große Bleichen) 
  • Hanseviertel (Entrance Hohe Bleichen) 
  • Alsterhaus (Entrance Bei der Stadtwassermühle) 

Herbert List. The magic Eye
Guided tour

Our public guided tours will introduce you to the themes of the current exhibition at least 30 minutes. In addition, you can ask our art educators questions and share your impressions.

Tickets
2 Euro (excluding exhibition ticket)

General Information
The event is in German.


Online-Tickets

BKF Guide as an App for your smartphone

You can also experience our audio tour of the exhibition from the comfort of your own home. Simply download our BKF Guide as an app onto your smartphone.

BKF Guide for your smartphone

Bucerius Kunst Forum provides full wheelchair access

  • The cash desk and shop are on the ground floor.
  • A wheelchair-accessible lift takes visitors up to the first floor with the exhibition gallery, up to the second floor with auditorium and atrium and down to the cloakroom in the basement.
  • Wheelchair-accessible toilet
  • A wheelchair for visitors with walking difficulties is available free of charge at the cloakroom.


Barrier-free education

In addition to a spatially barrier-free access, the Bucerius Kunst Forum is also interested in making the exhibitions shown accessible to people with disabilities. For example, you can book sign language tours of the current exhibition.

more information in German

Shop open from 25.4. to 13.5.2022
Thursday to Saturday, 12 a.m. — 6 p.m.


Contact
ettu konzept GmbH
bookshop@remove-this.buceriuskunstforum.de
+49 (0)40 36 09 96 12

Your event in our space

At the Bucerius Kunst Forum, exceptional event spaces await you with one of the most beautiful views in Hamburg, directly onto the City Hall. Receptions for up to 300 people, conferences, seminars, lectures and concerts find a special setting in front of the unique backdrop of Hamburg City Hall.