Museum Ravensburger

Museum Ravensburger

Ravensburg, Germany

How does a game come into being? Why does one piece of a jigsaw always fit exactly into another? How is a book made? In the Museum Ravensburger, take an interactive journey through the world famous company with the blue triangle. The headquarters of the games and book publisher lies in the heart of Ravensburg old town. Children and youth playfully explore the museum with tiptoi® museum rally. A bilingual audio guide (German and English) accompanies adults through the exhibition highlights.


With the tiptoi® museum rally and the audio guide, families can explore the museum through a fun, multimedia experience.

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Opening hours

Tue–Sun 10 am–5 pm

For current opening hours times and further information please contact the Museum Ravensburger » directly.

In order to ensure a relaxed stay in the museum, please make sure you register by phone before your visit by calling +49 (0) 751 - 86 1377.  You will then be registered for your desired day of visit. Thank you for your understanding.

Recommended time
180 Minutes
12.50 €

One-time free admission with the Bodensee Card PLUS (Pre-registration by phone or e-mail necessary)

10.00 €

One-time free admission with the Bodensee Card PLUS

Additional information

Experience the Museum Ravensburger barrier-free
The Museum Ravensburger is largely barrier-free (due to the requirements of monument protection). There is an elevator and a toilet for the disabled.

Contact address

Museum Ravensburger
Marktstraße 26
88214 Ravensburg

Tel.: +49 751 861377
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