We suggest to wear an FFP2 mask during indoor visits
Further information and definitions of former regulations:
2G and 2G plus conditions
For guided tours and events conducted outdoors, 2G is sufficient. This means proof of full vaccination (initial immunisation) or recovery from a Covid infection must be presented.
Admission to our museums is subject to 2G plus, which means that in addition to the above, either a current test certificate or proof of a booster vaccination is required.
Either of the following two proofs is required for 2G:
- A positive PCR test result, dated at least 28 days ago and at most 90 days ago, must be presented.
Fully vaccinated (initial immunisation)
- BioNTech and Pfizer 2 doses required – the digital vaccination certificate states “Vaccination 2 of 2"
- Moderna 2 doses required – the digital vaccination certificate states “Vaccination 2 of 2”
- AstraZeneca 2 doses required – the digital vaccination certificate states “Vaccination 2 of 2”
- Johnson & Johnson/Janssen Pharmaceuticals: persons initially vaccinated with the Jansen vaccine who have received a second vaccination as optimisation are deemed fully vaccinated – the digital vaccination certificate states “Vaccination 2 of 2”
In the case of 2G plus, in addition to one of the two conditions above, one of the following proofs is required:
- A PCR test conducted within the past 48 hours
- An antigen test conducted within the past 24 hours
- Persons vaccinated with BioNTech and Pfizer, Moderna and AstraZeneca require a third dose – the digital vaccination certificate states “Vaccination 3 of 3”
- In Bavaria, persons vaccinated with Johnson & Johnson/Janssen Pharmaceuticals also require 3 doses to be deemed boosted, the second vaccination being deemed an optimisation (see above) – the digital vaccination certificate states “Vaccination 3 of 3” (in some federal states, the second Johnson & Johnson vaccination is deemed a booster, but not in Bavaria)
- Fully vaccinated persons (see above) who have recovered from a Covid infection (breakthrough infection) now share equal status with boosted persons.
- In the case of recovered persons who were not vaccinated on infection, two vaccinations after infection are sufficient, however there must be an interval of at least 3 months between the first and second vac