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Visiting German Football Museum in Dortmund
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German football Museum is the International Museum for German Football. The museum is located in Dortmund, Germany. German Football Museum also known as DFB Museum. The museum was opened on 23 October 2015. It is owned by DFB Stiftung Deutsches Fuballmuseum gGmbH. The CEO of the museum is Manuel Neukirchner Michael Kebheler.

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Here, there is more than just tittles, goals, and triumphs on display.

Here, there is more than just tittles, goals, and triumphs on display.

1. The Building of the Museum

1. The Building of the Museum

The building of the museum is not divided into floors, but into half times. The first half time is dedicated to the national team. The building of the museum describes the political aspects of national games, such as the World Cup game between east and West Germany. It commemorates the player Lutz Eigendorf. The building of the museum dedicated to tars on the jersey.

2. Five Exhibitions Area

2. Five Exhibitions Area

Five exhibitions area is an important area of the museum. In the area, visitors will experience the entire diversity of football. The highlight of the museum includes a multivision of the history of German football.

3. A living forum of football encounter

3. A living forum of football encounter

The German Football Museum is not a place for exhibitions, but it is also a lively forum of discussion for all members of the football family, fans, sponsors, and partners. The museum also hosts some public events, like award ceremonies, press conference, or TV production events.

Insider Tips

How to Get Tickets?

There are two ways in getting the ticket of the museum. The first way is directly purchase in the ticketing desk available in the site. The second way is by online. Online is the best way in getting the ticket of the museum, since you don't need to make a line and you can get many discounts and promos. The admission ticket costs €17.41 per person.

How To Get Around?

Taking a walk is the best choice to get around when you do a tour in the museum. Since the museum has a large area, it will be nice to take a walk around it. If you want to get around to the nearby tourist attractions, you can take public transportation available in the city. Tram, bus, and taxi are the most popular public transportations in the city. If you are not in a hurry, you can take a bus to get around. Busses arrive every 30 minutes. But if you have limited time taxi will be the best choice. You can easily find taxi everywhere in the city.

What Should I Wear?

Since the weather of the city is quite cold, it is recommended to prepare some layer clothes, sweaters, jackets, and long pants when you have a tour at the German Football Museum. You are also recommended to prepare a scarf, face mask, hat, and sunglasses. Make sure that you wear a comfortable shoes and sandals.

Facts

Best Time to Visit

When you have a tour in dortmund, you will find that the average temperatures in the city is vary greatly. The temperature is cold about half of the year and otherwise nice with a very low chance of rain and snow throughout the year. If you are looking for the pleasant time to visit Bremen, the months of July, August, and June are the best choice.

Currency

Euro

Will I Need a Guide?

It is okay to have a self-guided tour in the city of Dortmund since this site provides all the information you need. But it is also good to have a tour guide with you since only a few people of Germany who speak English. When you have a self-guided tour don't forget to bring a map.

How To Get There?

The journey by tram from the airport to the German Football Museum takes about 15 minutes. You can take tram number 7 from right outside of the terminal, or you can take shuttle bus which arrives every 30 minutes. You can use all bus and tram services in Dortmund for free by using ErlebnisCARD. Alternatively, you can buy a ticket from the machine on the tram. Just be sure to have some small change ready. If you are in a hurry and need large of luggage, taxi is the best choice to reach the German Football Museum.

Additional Info

The museum is opened to public on Tuesdays to Sundays at 10 a. m to 6 p. m also on public holidays. Last entrance to the exhibition is at 5. 00 p. m.

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