The DFB Museum was opened in 2015 and is the national museum of Germany. The museum is part of the art and cultural centre and takes you through the journey of the sport in the country- covering the history of football, victories of international and national matches and a collection of tournament cups and a Hall of Fame where you can learn about some of the most renowned players and coaches and relive iconic matches along with a collection of press interviews, pubic appearances, TV production starring the players, awards ceremonies and information about the patrons and sponsors of the football clubs.
The collection of trophies takes the spotlight at the museum and seeing the World Cup trophies up close is truly something special! You can also find priceless memorabilia of the players including sneakers, photographs, a typewriter, autographed footballs and gear, diaries and posters along with club merchandise including flags and a bus used by the national team! The place offers emotion with iconic moments and with design and interiors that merged with the grandeur of the sport, a visit here will leave you starry eyed for sure!
Entrance Ticket Details For Deutsches Fussballmuseum
- Adults: 17 Euros (15 Euros for online bookings)
- Reduced: 14 Euros (12 Euros for online bookings)
- Children under 6 years: Free
- Family ticket (3-6 people, maximum 2 Adults): 14.50 Euros (13.50 Euros for online bookings)
- Concessions Family ticket: 12 Euros (11 Euros for online shop)
Note: Reduced/ Concessions for Children under 14 years, pupils and students under 26 years, disabled persons from 70% degree of disablement.
How to Reach Deutsches Fussballmuseum
- Bus: Dortmund Hbf
- Subway: Westentor
- Train: Dortmund Hbf
- By renting a Bike.
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24.62% of people who visit Dortmund include Deutsches Fussballmuseum in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
87.5% of people start their Deutsches Fussballmuseum visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Deutsches Fussballmuseum
75% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Deutsches Fussballmuseum