Only a few minutes walk away from the Bauhaus building, you will find the Dessau Masters’ Houses designed for their first occupants to live and work in - the famous Bauhaus Masters Kandinsky, Klee, Muche, Schlemmer, Moholy-Nagy, Feininger and the Houses’ architect itself Gropius. The House Feininger is seat of the Kurt Weill Centre.
In May 2014 the new Masters’ Houses Gropius and Moholy-Nagy were reconstructed and opened to the public by the Federal President Joachim Gauck.
Masters’ Houses Ticket - 7,50 € (reduced 4,50 €)
(2-hour stay | Masters’ Houses incl. exhibitions)
Combined Ticket - 13,00 € (reduced 8,00 €)
(Bauhaus building, Masters’ Houses and Konsum building incl. exhibitions)
Day Ticket (24 hours) - 22,00 € (reduced 15,50 €)
(Bauhaus building, Masters’ Houses and Konsum building incl. exhibitions, Bauhaus audio guide and all public guided tours. Also includes use of public transport operated by Dessauer Verkehrs GmbH.)
You can visit the Masters’ Houses on your own or within a guided tour. House Muche-Schlemmer is only accessible within a guided tour.
cashpoint of the Bauhaus building
Mon - Sun 12.30am & 3.30pm
Sat/Sun additional 1.30pm guided tour
5,00 € per person plus ticket price
1 April – 31 October:
10am – 5pm daily
1 November – 31 March:
11am – 5pm daily
Access to the new Masters’ Houses by elevator (please contact the supervisory staff). Due to preservation the old Masters’ Houses are not accessible for wheelchair users.