As of Mai 15th, 2020 the museum will open again for visitors with the following measures/rules being applied:

1.      The maximum number of persons (visitors, employees, etc.) allowed to be inside the Zeppelin-Museum Zeppelinheim at the same time is limited to 15 persons.

2.      Name and contact details (address) are recorded from each visitor. This information is only to be used to identify infection spreading and will be deleted after 14 days.

3.      The general Standards apply: washing hands, obligation to cover nose and mouth, no visit in case of a acute respiratory disease, implemented contact limitations.

4.      Visitors are guided through separated entrance (Museum entrance) and exit (Bürgerhaus exit) in order to ensure that their ways are crossing seldomly. A placeholder system (tokens provided to the visitors at the entrance) indicates the current number of visitors additionally.

5.       Guided tours, workshops, lectures, exhibition openings and other services, for which the safety distance cannot be ensured will not take place until further notice.

6.      No offering of snacks and coffee. The museum shop remains closed as well. The book's corner, play and try-out stations are not available, same for the Virtual Reality glasses. Only single use 3D filter glasses are allowed and will be provided to the visitors.

Opening hours

The museum is open on Fridays from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm, Saturdays, Sundays and on public holidays from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm.

During the opening hours the museum can be reached via phone:+49 (0)69 / 69 43 90.

Admission fee

Decide yourself how much it is worth to you!

Since a few years we have no fixed admission fees any longer. Decide yourself on the height of the admission fee you are willed to pay for a visit of our museum.

Guided tours for adults

For guided tours for visitor groups (possible Tuesdays through Sundays) a pre-registration is required. The fee for a guided tour for up to 20 persons is Euros 20.00, for each additional person the fee is increased by Euro 1.00.

Registrations for guided tours for groups are handled by the Cultural Office of the City of Neu-Isenburg:

Mrs. Dagmar Seitz, phone: +49 (0)6102 / 747-434
Mrs. Verena Stein-Fuckner, phone: +49(0)6102 / 747-416

Guided tours for kids

What exactly is a Zeppelin? Why is a Zeppelin called Zeppelin? What was so special on a trip with a Zeppelin? And how does a Zeppelin work?

Those and other exciting questions are answered in the Zeppelin-Museum Zeppelinheim. Under knowledgeable lead kids between 6 and 10 years can dive into the adventureous world of Zeppelins. The guided tours are including interactive elements and last for about 1 hour to 1.5 hours.

The fee for a guided tour for kids is Euros 25.00 (max. size of the group is 20 children). The guided tours have to be registered at least 14 days in advance.
Contact person: Museum Manager Mr. Christian Kunz, phone: +49 (0)69 / 69595978.

Directions
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by car:

On Autobahn A5 take exit 23 "Zeppelinheim" and drive in direction Neu-Isenburg / Zeppelinheim / Dreieich. Turn left at the first traffic lightinto Flughafenstraße towards Zeppelinheim. Follow the signs "Zeppelinmuseum". On Autobahn A3 take exit 51 "Walldorf"/"Frankfurt Süd" and drive through the round-about onto B44 towards Groß-Gerau / Walldorf / Neu-Isenburg. Take the second exit towards Zeppelinheim. Follow the road until it ends into another passing road. Turn right and follow the signs.

Addresse for GPS: Kapitän-Lehmannstr. 2, 63263 Neu-Isenburg/Zeppelinheim

via public transport:

From Neu-Isenburg via bus connection OF 51 until "Ludwig Dürr Straße". Take the pedestrian walkway towards "Kapitän-Lehmann-Straße" and you will see the museum on the left-hand side, well recognizable by its unique rounded roof construction.

From Frankfurt or Groß-Gerau via rail line S 7 until Zeppelinheim. Walk on the "Flughafenstraße" towards city centre. Turn left into "Mathilde-Rösch-Straße" and afterwards turn right into "Kapitän-Lehmann-Straße". Follow the road for approximately 400m. The museum is on your right, well recognizable by its unique rounded roof construction.