| German Football Museum launches advance ticket sales

Online-Ticket-Verkauf

Tim Pospischil (Sponsoring und Vertrieb), Museumsdirektor Manuel Neukirchner und Dr. Klaus Berding (Kaufmännischer Leiter) läuten den Online-Ticket-Verkauf beim Deutschen Fußballmuseum ein.

Tickets for the German Football Museum go on sale this Monday, 14 September. Members of the public will be able to buy tickets for the first permanent exhibition on the history of German football via the museum website from 11am today.

 

#bild#"To avoid long queues at the box office as far as possible, we have developed a flexible online ticket system," explained museum director Manuel Neukirchner. Visitors can select in advance when they would like to access the museum and on arrival go straight into the permanent exhibition via a fast lane.

Another advantage of ordering online is free public transport on the day of the museum visit, as the tickets entitle the holder to free travel throughout the region covered by the VRR transport authority. "This is particularly attractive for groups such as families, clubs and schools, especially as our position next to Dortmund central station is ideal for travelling by public transport," said Neukirchner.

Visitors can also save as much as 25 per cent compared with the box office price. Prices in the online ticket shop range from 10 to 15 euros. Cheaper offers are aimed at families, clubs, youth teams and schools.

A range of visitor programmes can also be booked in advance online, including children's birthdays, school trips (with or without additional learning material) and corporate tours. Neukirchner said: "Whether you come on your own or as part of a group, if you have booked online in advance you can focus solely on the museum experience when you arrive and enjoy the exhibition."

The online ticket system was developed in association with the companies GWS in Münster and Wecotec in Dortmund. Click here to book your tickets.

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