Geigenbaumuseum Mittenwald

The following applies to museums in Bavaria: 

2G Plus rule: Entry only for vaccinated or convalescent people with a current test certificate. 
The 2G Plus rule does not apply to children under 6 years of age, students under 12 years of age and three months are considered tested. 

Please have your vaccination certificate and confirmation of recovery as well as proof of test (PCR or antigen) ready. 
People with a booster vaccination after 14 days are exempt from the obligation to test. 

Rules of conduct in the museum

Due to the current situation, the number of visitors who may stay in the museum at the same time must be limited to 20 people.

This can lead to waiting times.

We ask for your understanding and look forward to your visit!

The Museum

The Geigenbaumuseum (Violin Making Museum) was founded in 1930 and has been housed in one of the oldest and most beautiful buildings in Mittenwald since 1960. The displays highlight the craft of violin making and its development over more than three-hundred years, as well as its links with the history of the local community.

The emphasis in the extensive collection of high-quality instruments is on Mittenwald violins made in the Baroque period. The 19th and 20th centuries, as well as present-day workshops, are also covered. Samples to listen to and even smell, historical films on violin making, a reconstruction of a period workshop and temporary exhibitions make every visit a fascinating and varied experience.