Museum Opening Hours

Open 365 days a year:
Monday to Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
and Wednesday from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.


On Friday November 24, 2017, the souterrain of the museum will not be accessible from 1 pm, due to the set-up for a concert.

On Sunday November 24, 2017, the souterrain of the museum will not be accessible until 2 pm, due to a concert. On Saturday November 25, 2017, the souterrain of the museum will not be accessible, due to the set-up for a concert.

Tickets for the piano concert “Paul Klee – the music he loved and the music he influenced” on November 26 are available at the museum’s ticket booth.

On Wednesday, December 13 the museum closes at 7pm.

Tickets purchased online or at the museum ticket office are valid for a single entry. They can be used at any point during the exhibition and are not restricted to a specific date or time slot. To avoid queues at the ticket office, we recommend that you purchase an online tickets.

Baselstrasse 101
CH-4125 Riehen/Basel
Phone +41 61 645 97 00
Fax +41 61 645 97 19

Online Tickets


You can buy tickets for the exhibitions at the museum or online in advance, to avoid queuing at the ticket office. With the SBB RailAway special offer, you can also buy a discounted entrance ticket to the museum in combination with a train fare. Please bring a printed copy of your online ticket for admission. Groups of 20 or more are required to book in writing in advance even if no tour guide is needed.

Online Ticket



up to age 25 (show ID at the ticket office)free admission
Students under 30  CHF/EUR 12
Students at the Kunsthistorisches Seminar Basel and Schule Kunst und Gestaltung Basel free admission
Fondation Beyeler 20th-anniversary Specials: for everyone up to age 25 (ID required)  free admission
Groups of 20 or more
advance reservation required
per person 
School Groups
Reservation required via the online-form
School groups from the cantons of Basel-Stadt and Basel-Landschaft

free admission

School groups from the rest of Switzerland or abroad
see admission prices for adults and children
Additional information on school groups


Train and museum admission
SBB RailAway special offer
Overnight accommodation and museum admission
Basel Tourism


Groups of at least 20 people and disabled visitors with IDCHF/EUR 16
Students between 26 – 30 years oldCHF/EUR 10
On Mondays 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Wednesdays 5 – 8 p.m.
(except on public holidays)


Members of the following organizations enjoy free or reduced admission to the exhibitions with a valid membership card:


Dogs are not allowed inside the museum, with the exception of guide dogs.
A care service for dogs is available with advance notification. Further information

Access for Visitors with Disabilities

It is very important to us that visitors with disabilities feel comfortable at the Fondation Beyeler. Each room in the museum is designed to be accessible to visitors with disabilities. We are also prepared to take special measures upon request. Visitors with disabilities benefit from reduced admission. An escort, if necessary, is granted free admission. Additional information on the Fondation Beyeler’s grounds, doors, rest rooms and ground conditions.

Location and Access

We recommend the use of public transportation to reach the museum. Travel time from Basel, Badischer Bahnhof is only a few minutes; from Basel SBB station, about 25 minutes. The tram stop is very close to the museum. Guests coming from within Switzerland can benefit from the SBB RailAway special offer. Those traveling by car will find parking spaces very close to the Fondation Beyeler in the garage “Zentrum”. If you wish to combine your visit to the museum with a bicycle tour, there is a direct bike path from Badischer Bahnhof. We also recommend the path that takes you through Lange Erlen.

Baselstrasse 101
CH-4125 Riehen/Basel
Tel. +41 61 645 97 00
Fax +41 61 645 97 19

Access by Public Transportation

Direct connections from Zurich and Bern, Strasburg, and Paris to Basel SBB
Direct connections from Cologne, Stuttgart, Hamburg, and Berlin to Basel, Badischer Bahnhof
From Basel SBB: Tram 2 towards “Eglisee” to the stop “Basel, Badischer Bahnhof,” then transfer to Tram 6
From Basel, Badischer Bahnhof: Tram 6 towards “Riehen, Grenze” to the stop “Fondation Beyeler”
Alternative: S-Bahn 6 from Basel SBB or Basel, Badischer Bahnhof towards “Zell (Wiesental)” to the stop “Riehen”; from there about 6 minutes' walk to the Fondation Beyeler

Access by Car

From Switzerland: Autobahn A2 or A3, turnoff Basel Nord/Messe, exit “Badischer Bahnhof” towards Riehen
From Germany: Exit Basel Messe/Badischer Bahnhof, turnoff Riehen


The “Zentrum” garage is located on Lörracherstrasse, in the immediate vicinity of the Fondation Beyeler, and is open 24 hours a day. Parking spaces for visitors with disabilities are directly in front of the garage entrance.




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The Fondation Beyeler is situated in an English landscape park that belongs to the historic Berower Manor. The park stretches between the 18th-century Villa Berower and the museum building designed by Renzo Piano, at the edge of the Wiese Plain and adjacent to Lange Erlen. The park is quite stunning with its old trees, water lily pond, and a pavilion overlooking cornfields, grazing cows, vineyards, and the foothills of the Black Forest. The gently sloping path lends itself to a stroll past art works by Alexander Calder The Tree, Ellsworth Kelly White Curves and Thomas Schütte Hare. The park is also an ideal location for exclusive business functions and private events. The Events Department is available for information and booking requests.

The restaurant is on the ground floor of the Villa Berower, a late-Baroque building from the 18th century. The elegant architecture and the excellent location inside the expansive park create a leisurely and inviting atmosphere. The restaurant is open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and offers Mediterranean cuisine made with fresh market ingredients. The rooms and terrace are also available for business and private events.

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Opening times:

Open every day, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., on Wednesdays also in the evening.

We do not take table bookings for the period between noon and 6:00 p.m.

This is the perfect place for art lovers, visitors and gift seekers. Since 1997 the Fondation Beyeler Shop offers a selection of exhibition catalogs, posters, special editions and contemporary books about art, architecture and design, as well as watches, accessories and other design articles. These are high-quality, limited editions and art reproductions (often signed by the artist), lithographs, engravings, silk-screen prints of selected works as well as exclusive objects and artists books.


You may also purchase our products, art editions and design articles through our Online-Shop.

Discover the Basel Region

Combine your visit to the Fondation Beyeler with explorations and excursions in Riehen and the Basel region.

"24 Stops" – The Rehberger Path between Riehen and Weil am Rhein

The Rehberger-Weg runs approximately 5 kilometers and joins two countries, two communities, two cultural institutions – and countless stories. It runs between Riehen and Weil am Rhein, between the Fondation Beyeler and the Vitra Campus. Along the “24 Stops,” 24 milestones created by artist Tobias Fehberger (b.1966), you can explore the diverse natural and cultural landscape. The Rehberger-Weg provides the opportunity to get to know the history and stories of the area and its people while getting out into nature. Find out more about the project, the works, guided tours and directions here.

The Riehen Region

The area around the Fondation Beyeler is the perfect place to stay and explore. There are many unique and spacious historical parks in addition to Berower Park. The local recreational area Lange Erlen and the landscape park around the Wiese River invite you for a stroll, while the Naturbad Riehen offers opportunities for sport or relaxation. More ideas here:

Kulturbüro Riehen
Riehen Tourismus
Naturbad Riehen

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