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Arrival to the museum Haithabu

The viking museum Haithabu is located about four kilometer southeast of the the Schloss Gottorf in the village of Busdorf, part Haddeby.
Arrival by car:
For your navigation system please use the following adress: Am Haddebyer Noor 5, 24866 Busdorf, Germany
Autobahn A7 Hamburg - Flensburg, Exit Schleswig/Jagel.
The museum is located at the federal highway 76 between Schleswig and Eckernförde.
Arrival by train or bus:
Railway Hamburg - Flensburg. It is a walk from the main trainstation of Schleswig of about three kilometer. You also can take the bus no. 4810 of the compan Autokraft, leaving from the trainstation direction Kiel and exit at the stop Haddeby (driving time about 5 min).

The entrance ticket for the museum and the viking housing area

Single Ticket    
  Aduld 7,00 Euro
  reduced single tickets for
Pupils, Trainees, Students
5,00 Euro
Familyticket    
  with children under 16 years 15,00 Euro
Groupticket    
  over 20 Personen / per Person 5,00 Euro
  over 30 Personen / per Person 4,00 Euro
  School Class per Person 1,00 Euro
Cinema per Person 1,00 Euro

 

Free Car Parking

The broadminded and free car park for the Vikings museum and for the Vikings houses Haithabu is to be reached about the federal highway 76, the major road between Schleswig and Eckernförde. There is enough space also reserved for penalty. The museum is builtand fittet whellchair-accessible.
For walking-handicapped guests one can borrow a wheelchair in the museum to facilitate to them the way from and to the car park. About 50 meters before the museum are three car parks for handicaped people.
Foreign-language guests get translations for the showcase texts in Danish, English, French.

Important information for all visitors

We would like to ask all visitors, modern or historical, to wear the given stickers or bracelets good visible. We need it for our counting and the better understanding for the modern visitors, who does belong to the market and who don't, because we do have quiet a lot of historical dressed visitors.  We want to simplify the communication and raise the understanding for our presentations. Thank you!

If you do have questions about the museum itself, please watch the museums website here.
For questions about a holiday home, please contact the local tourism office in Schleswig.

Information for dog owners

Dogs are not allowed inside the museum and the viking housing area! In front of the entrance is a dog parking area with water to rest the dogs in the shade.