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DASA admission prices
There is a basic admission price for visitors to DASA. Separate prices might apply for temporary exhibitions. You’ll find out the exact prices in the list below.
Admission is free for persons accompanying school parties, kindergarten children and professional training groups. DASA cardholders also have free admission.
You can pay with your EC card at DASA.
|DASA Card Family (annual ticket)||28,00 EUR|
|Children up to the age of six||frei|
|Family ticket (2 adults + max. 3 children)||16,00 EUR|
|Groups (min. 10 adults / per head)||5,00 EUR|
|School classes (per head)||2,00 EUR|
|DASA Single Card (annual ticket)||15,00 EUR|
Put together specially for you. The DASA card guarantees you attractive reductions and interesting offers at DASA. It is obtainable at the Infotheque.
DASA opening hours
With the exception of the days mentioned below, we are open to visitors from Tuesdays to Sundays.
|Holiday||10.00 - 18.00|
|Monday to Friday||9.00 - 17.00|
|Saturday and Sunday||10.00 - 18.00|
Map of how to find us
DASA has very good traffic connections and can be reached easily by public and private transport.
DASA is situated very close to the "Dortmund-Dorstfeld-Süd / DASA" station on the S1 railway line between Solingen and Dortmund. From here it's only a few minutes away on foot. Trains travel every 20 minutes.
Exit "Dortmund-Barop", and follow the signs "Bundesanstalt für Arbeitsschutz and Arbeitsmedizin / DASA".
There are plenty of places for cars and buses to park at the nearby parking lot. Parking is free for DASA visitors.
Advice for people with reduced mobility
Unfortunately the S-Bahn railway station at “Dorstfeld-Süd“ has only got steps leading to DASA. Please use the "Universität" station. From here you can get to us in around 10 minutes without the problem of having to negotiate steps. The way is signposted. Thank you for your understanding.