Opening Times | Entrance fees

Tue – Fri: 9 – 17 h
Sat, Sun, Holiydays: 10 – 18 h
Mon: closed

Entrance Fees:

Schloss Rosenstein

Changed prices during the duration of the special exhibition "RIESIG im Meer"

Adults: € 8.-
Children (from 7 years upwards): € 4.-
Reduced/Groups (15 pers. or more):   € 4.-
Families: € 18.-
Students in classes: € 3.-
We afternoon from 13 h cancelled
Combined ticket + € 1.-

 

Museum am Löwentor

Adults: € 5.-
Children (from 7 years upwards): € 3.-
Reduced/Groups (15 pers. or more):   € 3.-
Familie: € 11.-
Students in classes: € 2.50
We afternoon from 13 h free admission (not on public holidays)
Combined ticket + € 1.-
Address | Directions

Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde Stuttgart

Museum am Löwentor und
Schloss Rosenstein

Rosenstein 1, 70191 Stuttgart
Tel.: 0711 / 8936 - 0
Fax: 0711 / 8936 -100
e-mail: museum@smns-bw.de

Museum am Löwentor and Schloss Rosenstein can easily be reached by car or public transport.

 

Museum am Löwentor:

  • Routing (Google Maps)
  • Parking area: Ehmannstraße
  • Public transportation:
    S-Bahn-Linien 4, 5, 6: Station "Nordbahnhof"
    Straßenbahnlinie 12: Station "Nordbahnhof"
    Current time tables: www.vvs.de

 

Schloss Rosenstein:

  • Routing (Google Maps)
  • Parking area: Wilhelma
  • Public transportation:
    Straßenbahnlinie U1, U2, U14: Station "Mineralbäder"
    Current time tables: www.vvs.de

Disabled access to elevators and toilets available in both museums.

Special Exhibition

Special exhibitions are regularly shown in both buildings.

 

Schloss Rosenstein:

- RIESIG im Meer 24.10.2019-14.6.2020

 

Museum am Löwentor:

- currently no special exhibition

 

Guided Tours

Introduction to what can be done, booking of guided tours, projects and birthdays:

Museum am Löwentor: 0711 / 8936-126
Schloss Rosenstein: 0711 / 8936-266

You can reach us by phone:

Mon, Wed, Thu: 14 h – 16:30 h
Tue, Fri: 9:30 h – 12 h

News

New small saurian from the early age of reptiles discovered

Scientific excavations near Vellberg in Baden-Württemberg, Germany, have brought a new saurian to light. This 240 million year old mini-lizard from the Triassic was only 10 cm small, but is an important contribution to the history and evolution of reptiles. Scientists from the State Museum of Natural History Stuttgart and the Harvard University, USA, now present the small saurian, a new genus and species, to the scientific community.

For further information click here.

 

Events

Upcoming events