Current Exhibitions

Corona Information


In keeping with the State of Rhineland-Palatinate’s current Corona Control Ordinance, the 2G rule applies to visitors to the Historical Museum of the Palatinate, i.e., they must be vaccinated or recovered. Exceptions are made for children ages 11 or younger. A test is required for children ages 12 to 17. A self-test is NOT accepted. You must go to a testing center.
Your contact information will be recorded when you visit the museums. Use the Luca app at the museum’s entrance or complete and bring our contact information form so we can record your contact information. The form for individual visitors is available here, the form for groups here.
You must wear an FFP2 or medical mask inside the building and maintain a distance of 1.5 meters from others.

Admission tickets are available at the admissions desk and online in the Museum Ticket Shop. Tickets cannot be reserved.

Should you have any questions about visiting the museum or want to book a guided tour, contact the exhibition office by sending an email to ausstellungsbü 

Rendezvous. France's military in the Palatinate 1945-1999

extended until November 27, 2022

May 8, 2020 was the seventy-fifth anniversary of the end of World War II. To mark this occasion, the new special exhibition at the Historical Museum of the Palatinate explores rapprochement and friendship between France and Germany.

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Expedition Earth

until Juni 19, 2022

Every day, we witness countless events and encounters on our streets, in yards or even in forests. Yet we know but little about what is happening beneath our feet. Wouldn’t it be fascinating to explore what is going on underground just once?

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