Formen des Krieges 1600-1815
Das Zelt des Großwesirs
Neuer Museumsraum (Neues Schloss)
Friedensbeginn? Bayern 1918-1923


Objekt des Monats


Schaftmörser, bayerisch, um 1840, Inv.-Nr. E 462 © Bayerisches Armeemuseum (Foto: Dieter Storz)

Currently you can enter the museum only with a proof of vacination or with a proof of recovery with a test.
Unfortunately, guided tours are currently not possible.
You find further information here.

Hygiene rules during the corona pandemic

 

Maskenpflicht

Corona traffic light
The museum tries to keep this website up-to-date on a daily basis, but the constantly changing corona situation may lead to changes that could not yet be updated here. Please note that all measures in connection with the corona pandemic are dependent on the so-called corona traffic light. The currently valid regulations can be found on the website of the Bavarian Ministry of Health. If the traffic light jumps to another level, certain specifications can change.

Closure of individual departments possible
Please note that individual departments of the museums may be closed due to the corona pandemic. You are welcome to inquire by phone which departments may be closed (0841-9377-0).

Proof of vacination - recovery-rule plus test
Currently, due to the current Corona regulations, the museum can only be visited with a current vaccinated or recovery certificate together with a negative test certificate (PCR or rapid antigen test). The negative test is not required if there is evidence that a third vaccination (“booster”) was given and that it was at least 14 days ago. A valid photo ID is also required. This also applies to children aged 14 and over. Bavarian school children are considered tested (even during the holidays) because of regular tests at school. Children of pre-school age are exempt from the obligation to provide evidence.

Mask requirement
Masks are required - only FFP2 masks are allowed. Children under the age of six are still exempt from the obligation to wear a mask. Children and adolescents between their sixth and sixteenth birthday only need to wear a medical face mask.

Distance rules
In the museum, the current hygiene and distance rules apply.

Disinfectants
In the entrance area of each house there are stands with disinfectant (touchless) for our visitors.

Regular cleaning
Surfaces (e.g. door handles, handrails, locker doors / keys ...) are disinfected at set intervals. The same goes for the toilets.

No entry
The following persons / visitors are excluded from entry:
- People with unspecific general symptoms (all symptoms that match the Covid-19 clinical picture) as well as respiratory symptoms (breathing problems) of any severity
- People who have been in contact with Covid-19 cases within the last 14 days

Access restrictions
Only individual visitors (1 house) are permitted in certain rooms in the museums and in the elevators.

Ventilation
The premises are ventilated regularly.