The daily updated overview of corona loosening
Last updated on 8. July 2020

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What cultural events are possible?

Federal state Answer
Brandenburg Museums, cinemas, theatres, opera houses and concert halls are once again welcoming visitors. Drive-in cinemas may open to the public. Public playgrounds are open again since 9 May. Amusement parks have also reopened.
Berlin Museums and galleries can open again, cinemas are allowed to open since 30 June under certain conditions. Operas and theatres remain closed during the summer break. Boat tours with open tops and city tours by bus are possible again. Also open are: memorials, zoos, zoos and botanical gardens.
Baden-Württemberg Museums are open. Cinemas may reopen with a fixed seating limit of 100 people. Leisure parks and youth clubs may reopen.
Bavaria Museums and theme parks are open. Cultural events such as concerts are allowed with up to 50 participants. Theatres and cinemas are open as long as they comply with hygiene and distance requirements.
Bremen In Bremen, playgrounds have been allowed to open since 6 May, as have zoos, memorials and museums. Cinemas, theatres, opera houses and concert halls remain closed.
Hesse Theatres, opera houses and concert halls, museums and cinemas as well as other cultural institutions are allowed to reopen - if they can guarantee the hygiene and distance rules. Amusement parks can reopen.
Hamburg Since 6 May, public and private playgrounds have been allowed to be used. Libraries and museums may also be opened, as may the outdoor areas of zoos and botanical gardens. Cinemas, theatres, opera houses and concert halls remain closed.
Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania Museums, cinemas, concerts and theatre performances can take place. Amusement parks may also reopen.
Lower Saxony Museums, cinemas, theatres and amusement parks are allowed to open subject to the minimum distance.
North Rhine-Westphalia Museums, theatres, operas and cinemas are allowed to open. More than 100 people are now allowed to participate in cultural events. Theme parks are allowed to let visitors in.
Rhineland-Palatinate Museums, cinemas, theatre and concert halls are open. From 10 June, it will again be possible to go to the indoor swimming pool, sauna or leisure park.
Schleswig-Holstein Museums, cinemas and amusement parks, indoor and outdoor swimming pools may once again welcome visitors. But sometimes with fewer guests.
Saarland Cinemas, museums, leisure parks, zoos and animal parks are allowed to open. Outdoor events with up to 100 people and in closed rooms with up to 50 people are allowed again.
Saxony Museums, libraries, memorials, archives and zoos are allowed to open - here too, the prerequisite is that distance and hygiene are maintained. Amusement parks are allowed to open, provided they have an approved hygiene concept. Theatres, operas, cinemas and concert organisers may open.
Saxony-Anhalt Museums, libraries, archives, exhibition houses, drive-in cinemas and leisure parks are allowed to open.
Thuringia Leisure parks, open-air swimming pools and museums, zoos and galleries are open. Since 13 June, it has been possible to visit indoor swimming pools as well as thermal baths and saunas, provided that an infection protection concept has been approved for each. Theatre and orchestra performances remain prohibited until 31 August.