Goebenstraße 2–10, 32052 Herford
Due to the incidence value of over 35, people who have not been vaccinated or who have recovered must present a negative test certificate (max. 48 hours old) at the museum entrance (“3G rule”). Visiting the museum is only permitted with an FFP2 mask or at least a medical mask. This regulation does not apply to children up to school entry and people who cannot wear a mask for medical reasons. This must be registered with Marta in advance for the visit, and the certificate sent as a photo to the address for verification.
For your own safety and for the solidarity of the community, the guaranteed simple traceability in the event that an infection chain is traced is recommended to every visitor to the exhibition. It is therefore possible to register using the Corona app or the Luca app using a QR code at the entrance or to leave the contact details on a slip of paper on site. The data collected on site will be completely destroyed in compliance with data protection regulations after a period of 4 weeks.
We would like to ask all visitors to comply with the known distance and hygiene regulations.
The kupferbar in Marta will remain closed for the time being.
Tue – Sund and public holidays from 11 am to 6 pm
Closed on 24/25/31 December and on Good Friday, open on New Year’s Day from 1 pm
Due to the current situation, Marta22 will not be taking place until further notice.
The Melitta coffee bar in the Marta lobby is open on weekends and public holidays.
Some galleries are not open to the public during exhibition preparation periods.
Under 18s Admission free
Single ticket 10 €
Single ticket + guided tour 13 €
Trainees/students aged 18–27 2 €
Concessions* 5,50 €
Groups (from 10 persons) 6,50 €/Pers.
Annual card 25 €
Annual card + 1 60 €
* Concessions for people doing voluntary service, unemployed , disabled people (disability level at least 50), artCard holders, Ehrenamtskarte NRW and HerfordKarte holders, members of Herford Art Association
Admission free for under-18s, visitors on their birthday, Marta Friends and Supporters, Friends of Kunsthalle Bielefeld and Kunsthalle Dominikanerkirche, holders of the DB-Art-Card, the ICOM card or an International Association of Art ID card, members of the International Association of Curators of Contemporary Art, members of the German Museums Association, employees of Daniel Pöppelmann House, members of the Kestner Society
Access to Marta Herford from Herford railway station forecourt is barrier-free. All exhibition galleries and other rooms open to visitors are either equipped with ramps or can be reached by lift. It may happen, however, that accessibility to certain installations in the galleries is limited.
There are two disabled-access toilets in the museum and the café. For visitors who are unable to walk, a wheelchair can be provided free of charge. There is also a large number of folding chairs for use in the galleries.
Guide dogs accompanying visually impaired or disabled visitors can be taken into the galleries with the corresponding ID. If you have any more questions, the visitor team will be glad to help.
A2 Hannover – Dortmund: exit Herford/ Bad Salzuflen (B 239) and follow the signs
A30 Osnabrück – Bad Oeynhausen: Exit Kirchlengern, head for Herford, and follow the signs
Parking: Opposite the museum (500 cars, 4 coaches), follow “Marta Areal”
Herford is on the Intercity route Cologne – Hannover – Berlin. Marta is 3 minutes’ walk away from Herford railway station. On leaving the station, turn left and follow the main road for 300 meters (Bahnhofstrasse, Fürstenaustrasse, Goebenstrasse).
Paderborn/Lippstadt Airport (80km/50 miles)
Münster/Osnabrück Airport (85km/53 miles)
Hanover Airport (90km/56 miles)
Bremen Airport (190km/118 miles)
Open at the same time as the museum
Stocks a wide range of items related to art, architecture, and design
Venue hire at Marta Herford + kupferbar at Marta
Contact: Melanie Heilmann
Rooms can be hired for private functions. More details can be found on this website under “Booking.”
Marta Freunde & Förderer e.V.