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The Leopoldina offers public guided tours on the history of art and architecture at its headquarters on the Jägerberg in Halle. The former lodge house, built in the 1820s and reconstructed several times, was last used by the Martin Luther University. After several years of vacancy, it was acquired by the Leopoldina in 2009 and according to the specifications for monument preservation regulations renovated until 2011. Since the beginning of 2012, it has served as the headquarters of the Academy.
Public guided tours are offered at the following times:
|Saturday, 4 May||11:00 hrs|
|Saturday, 1 June||11:00 hrs|
|Saturday, 5 October||11:00 hrs|
On occasion of the “Tag des offenen Denkmals” on Sunday, 9 September 2018, the Leopoldina Main Building will be open to the public between 10 and 16.00 hrs. Guided tours free of charge for a limited number of participants will be offered on the hour until 15.00 hrs.
In addition to the dates offered here, special tours may also be arranged for larger groups by telephone or e-mail.
Entrance fees are € 6,50, with a discounted fee of € 5,- for retirees and holders of the Halle-Pass.
A limited number of Tickets is available at the visitor desk of the Stiftung Moritzburg – Kunstmuseum des Landes Sachsen-Anhalt (vis-à-vis the Leopoldina).
The Moritzburg is also meeting point for the guided tours.
Should you need a barrier-free entrance for wheelchairs or walking frames, please contact us in advance via tel. 0345 - 47 239 - 600.