During Corona Crisis: Opening Times 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
8 a.m. - 5 p.m
Everywhere in Europe is there daylight savings time from the last Sunday in March, until the last Sunday in October. These days (Saturday to Sunday) we change from summertime to wintertime or from Wintertime to Summertime too.
The name 'daylight savings time' means that one has an hour more daylight in summer. To have this extra hour in March, and then in October are the clocks set back an hour.
It is absolutely not possible to make a visit of the church during the church services.
The church ist open 365 days of the year.
Visiting hours particularly for sightseeing the Wieskirche
Dear Visitors of the Wieskirche,
the Wieskirche is on the one hand a place of worship, a sacred place and not a museum.
On the other hand it is one of the most favored excursion and travel destinations in Germany.
As a result there are continually conflicts of interest.
With the following new regulations we would like to protect the Wieskirche as a sacred place
and simultaneously make it possible for guests from all over the world, to get to know the UNESCO World Culture Wieskirche.
The following regulations apply for sightseeing of the church, with which we offer both pilgrims as well as tourist groups reliability for their visit of the church.
Please take these regulations into consideration when planning your visit and inform your groups about it!
Like by a traffic light there are red, yellow and green time frames.