The daily updated overview of corona loosening
Last updated on 18. September 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. Leisure parks are also open.
Berlin Museums and cinemas may open again. For demonstrations there are no longer any limits on the number of participants. Operas and theatres are open for the new season. Museums, galleries, memorials, libraries and similar educational institutions are open. Zoos, zoos and botanical gardens are also open.
Baden-Württemberg Museums, theatres, cinemas and leisure parks are allowed to open again.
Bavaria Museums and theme parks are open. In cinemas and at cultural events, up to 400 people in the open air and up to 200 people indoors are again permitted since 15 July, provided that seats are marked. The same applies to conferences and congresses.
Bremen Playgrounds are allowed to open in Bremen, as are zoos and memorials. Museums may also reopen. Cinemas, theatres, opera houses and concert halls may open with a limited number of visitors.
Hesse Museums are allowed to reopen, including cinemas, opera houses, concert halls and other cultural institutions, if they can guarantee hygiene and distance rules.
Hamburg Subject to conditions, events with up to 1000 participants outdoors and 650 participants indoors are again permitted.
Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania Museums can open again. Amusement parks remain closed. Indoor and fun pools may open again with restrictions. Concerts and theatre performances may open with small events.
Lower Saxony Museums and theme parks can open again. Cinemas and theatres are allowed to open subject to the minimum distance. Cultural events with up to 500 participants are permitted.
North Rhine-Westphalia Museums, theatres, operas and cinemas are allowed to open. Events in the cultural or educational sector with a maximum of 300 participants do not require a hygiene concept.
Rhineland-Palatinate Museums, cinemas, theatre and concert halls are open. It is again 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 concerts may open. Concerts may take place in jazz clubs or other smaller venues.
Saxony-Anhalt Museums, libraries, archives, exhibition houses, drive-in cinemas and leisure parks are allowed to open. Theatres, operas and cinemas are open.
Thuringia Leisure parks, museums, galleries, zoos and animal parks are open. It is again 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 are again permitted.