Opening hours and regulations
The Vitra Campus is open daily from 12 noon to 5 pm. The Depot Deli is open Wed. to Sun. from 9.30 am to 2 pm. In museums and restaurants, a proof of full vaccination or recovery and a negative test or a proof of booster vaccination are required. In the VitraHaus and shops, a proof of full vaccination or recovery are required. FFP2 masks are compulsory indoors.
To prepare your visit, we recommend that you download the Vitra Campus app. This includes a product scanner, which will give you access to additional product information when inside the VitraHaus.
How to find us
From Basel SBB rail station, Barfüsserplatz, Claraplatz, Kleinhüningen: tram line 8 to 'Weil am Rhein Bahnhof/Zentrum' (15-30 min.), from there follow the signs to the Vitra Campus on foot along Müllheimer Str. (time approx. 15 min., distance approx. 1 km).
From Weil am Rhein rail station: follow the signs to the Vitra Campus on foot along Müllheimer Str. (time approx. 15 min., distance approx. 1 km).
From EuroAirport Basel/Mulhouse: bus no. 50 to Basel SBB rail station (approx. 20 min.), then tram line 8 to the stop 'Weil am Rhein Bahnhof/ Zentrum' (approx. 30 min.), from there follow the signs to the Vitra Campus on foot along Müllheimer Str. (time approx. 15 min., distance approx. 1 km).
Taxi to the Vitra Campus: cost 25 – 30 euros, travel time approx. 10 min.
www.bvb.ch, www.sbb.ch, www.rvl-online.de
From Switzerland: A5 Autobahn Basel–Karlsruhe, exit 69 Weil am Rhein, turn left, follow signs Vitra Design Museum.
From France: from Strasbourg cross the border at Palmrain bridge (D), then E 35 to the Vitra Campus following the signs Vitra Design Museum.
There are two free car parks on the Vitra Campus:
Satnav northern entrance: Charles-Eames-Str. 2, 79576 Weil am Rhein, Germany
Satnav southern entrance: Müllheimer Str. 56, 79576 Weil am Rhein, Germany
Vitra Campus App
Visit the region
Guided by «24 Stops», 24 waymarkers created by the artist Tobias Rehberger, walkers can explore a uniquely diverse natural and cultural landscape. The Rehberger-Weg and its waymarkers therefore provide an opportunity to get to know both the history and stories of the surroundings and its inhabitants and to tell them again, as well as encouraging an excursion into nature.