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Visitor information

NordArt 2020

public opening ceremony on 6th June, 5 pm
Entry and catering in the sculpture park from 3 pm on,
halls are open from 6 pm to 8 pm.

Entrance on the opening day is free of cost.

Opening hours 6th June to 11th October:
Tuesday to Sunday (including holidays) 11 am to 7 pm

closed on Mondays (including holidays)

Info: +49 (0) 4331 - 354 695
Office hours during NordArt: Mon – Thurs, 9 am – 4 pm, Fri, 9 am – 1 pm
Email: info@kunstwerk-carlshuette.de

Ticket Prices

The revenues from the sale of tickets and catalogues allow our non-profit initiative to support art and culture and preserve the historical park in Büdelsdorf. The Kunstwerk Carlshütte thanks for your support.

Day Ticket: 16 Euro

2-Day Ticket: 24 Euro (valid for two consecutive days)

Season Ticket: 50 Euro
Reduced Season Ticket: 44 Euro

Reduced Day Ticket: 14 Euro
Circle of Friends,
Holders of the NDR Kultur Karte (NDR Culture Card)
Artists with ID of BBK, GEDOK and Deutscher Künstlerbund and with ID of International Association of Art (IAA),
Holders of the Hamburger Abendblatt Treuekarte (HA Loyalty Card)
groups of 15 or more people (when paying together), bus driver of the group has free entry,
people with disabilities (necessary accompanying person has free entry)

Pupils Ticket: 5 Euro
(adolescents and students from 14 years till 24 years only with valid ID)

Family Ticket I: 19 Euro
(1 parent with children under 14 years)

Family Ticket II: 34 Euro
(2 parents with children under 14 years)

Children up to 6 years of age: free
(should be accompanied by an adult)

School groups: 5 € per person
In conjunction with a guided tour: 3 Euro + guided tour 100 Euro
Important: Advanced notice is requied. Number of participants is limeted to 25 persons.
Registration: info@kunstwerk-carlshuette.de or +49 4331 354 695

Tickets are nonreturnable and lost tickets can’t be reimbursed.

Participating artists: free entry

The entrance price includes VAT 7%.

PRESS: Online accreditation

Animals, vehicles and picnics are not allowed on-site.
Photography only for press and public relations or private noncommercial purposes (in the halls without tripod).
Backpacks, larger bags and umbrellas are to be handed over in the cloakroom at the entrance of the Carlshütte.


Accessibility Notice:
Our aim is to make the exhibition visit accessible to visitors with disabilities as accessible as possible. The exhibition areas in the halls as well as in the sculpture park are mostly accessible to wheelchair users.
Disabled parking spaces are directly in front of the Carlshütte.
Handicapped toilets are located in the Carlshütte and the Exhibition Café.