University of Tübingen: Botanical Garden and MUT “Old Cultures” in the castle open again

After four months, the Botanical Garden of the University of Tübingen and the Museum of the University of MUT “Ancient Cultures” at Hohentübingen Castle will open again. Visitors are very welcome!

The botanical garden will open from Tuesday, March 9, the outdoor facilities and the arboretum. The show houses will remain closed until further notice, but the toilets in the foyer are accessible. Visitors are asked to wear a medical mask in the foyer and to keep their distance from other people and staff in the garden. Face-to-face events such as guided tours are unfortunately not yet possible.

Opening times: Monday to Friday, 7.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m., on weekends and public holidays 8 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. Admission is free.

Spring bloomer
Some spring bloomers can already be seen in the botanical garden.
The world’s oldest giant barrel
The world’s oldest giant barrel can be viewed in the castle cellar until March 14th.
The MUT “Old Cultures” at Hohentübingen Castle will open its doors again from Wednesday, March 10th at 10 am. The highlight for quick bookers: The winter season for viewing the world’s oldest giant barrel (Guinness record!) In the castle cellar runs until mid-March and can be made up for at least another five days. Individual viewing appointments from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. can be booked at kasse @ or atTelephone 7071 / 29-77579. The offer is valid until Sunday, March 14th. Admission: 5 euros / reduced 3 euros.

“The team at Hohentübingen Castle is looking forward to visitors for whom the well-known hygiene requirements are not a problem,” says Director Professor Ernst Seidl.