All inquiries from prospective visitors regarding documenta 14 can now be directed to a special e-mail address (firstname.lastname@example.org) or a dedicated telephone number (+49 (0)561 7072770). The visitors’ service provides answers to questions relating to all organizational matters. From ticket prices to opening hours to tour programs, prospective visitors can obtain all the information they need from this source.
From Kassel Airport: Take a taxi or bus no. 100 to downtown Kassel. An exact schedule is posted at the website of the Kasseler Verkehrsgesellschaft.
From Frankfurt Airport:
direct rail connection (ICE) to Kassel-Wilhelmshöhe
Hannover Airport: rail connection with the S-Bahn via Hanover Hauptbahnhof and ICE to Kassel-Wilhelmshöhe
Flughafen Paderborn Lippstadt: bus via Hauptbahnhof Paderborn, from there by rail (ICE) to Kassel-Wilhelmshöhe
The central railway station for arriving travelers is the ICE-Bahnhof Kassel-Wilhelmshöhe. From there, you can take the Regiotram or other regional trains (platforms 9 and 10) to the main railway station (Hauptbahhof Kassel) free of charge with your train ticket. Travel time is about 3 minutes.
Distances and travel times to Kassel Wilhelmshöhe with ICE:
Berlin 380 km / 2:33 hrs.
Hanover 164 km / 0:52 hrs.
Frankfurt, 193 km / 1:45 hrs.
Munich 482 km / 3:34 hrs.
Hamburg 307 km / 2:03 hrs.
Current rail connections and travel times are posted at the website of the Deutsche Bahn (www.bahn.de).
From the north or east: A7 / exit Kassel-Nord
From the south: A49 / exit Kassel- Auestadion
From the west: A44 / switch to the A49 at the Südkreuz / exit Kassel-Auestadion
Once you have arrived in Kassel, Kassel Marketing will be happy to assist you with other travel matters and help you find and book hotel accommodations. For assistance, please contact:
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Tickets can be purchased online via the documenta 14 webshop or at documenta 14 shops in Kassel and Athens in late spring 2017. The ticket grants access to all exhibition venues of documenta 14 in Kassel. Venues in Athens mostly have free admission. Some partner institutions charge regular entrance fees.
38 € / reduced* 27 €
100 € / reduced* 70 €
(valid from 5 pm)
10 € / reduced* 7 €
Visitors with disabilities and the letters B, H, BL, AG, and G on their identification cards pay the regular admission price and may take one aide with them into the exhibition free of charge.
*Upon presentation of a valid ID, the following persons are eligible for reduced admission: Students, trainees, recipients of basic social benefits (e.g. ALG II), participants in voluntary service, refugees and visitors with disabilities (50-percent disability class) receive a discount on tickets upon presentation of the corresponding identification.
**The family ticket is valid for up to two adults with up to three children (up to the age of 16).
aneducation: a multitude of voices
Visits to documenta 14 can be accompanied by a member of the Chorus. The role of the documenta 14 Chorus is to follow the interests of the visitors-listening to and instigating dialogue, debate, and questioning by looking at and experiencing the works of documenta 14. Historically, the Chorus in Greek tragic theater was made up of nonprofessionals and citizens who operated between the audience and actors as commentators, shape-shifters, and empathizers. While often the historical Greek choir would speak from a script with a collective voice, members of the Chorus for documenta 14 and visitors to the exhibition play a dynamic role in thinking critically together about artist projects and giving voice to deep questions, while also drawing out broader perspectives relating to the respective contexts of documenta 14. In this way the visitor is a contributor to documenta 14, negotiating routes, responses, and works alongside members of the Chorus within a given time frame. The interest of documenta 14 aneducation is to create a multitude of voices that continues to resonate with further questions, mythologies, dialogue, stories, debates, and rumors beyond the realm of the exhibition.
It is possible to book group Walks accompanied by members of the Chorus via the webshop.
The works of art from past documenta exhibitions purchased by the city of Kassel can now be explored on guided tours. In cooperation with documenta und Museum Fridericianum gGmbH, the city of Kassel has created a landing page for the outdoor works of art from past documentas. Those who are interested can select their favorite tour from among three different routes at www.documenta-historie.de or with a smartphone or tablet using the “IZI Travel” app. The three routes are “Friedrichsplatz,” “Staatspark Karlsaue” and “Stadtraum.” The digital documenta Guide accompanies visitors to the works in German or English.