MiMa, Museum for Minerals and Mathematics Oberwolfach
Dear visitors of the MiMa museum,
We invite you to have a look at the wonderful world of minerals and mathematics in a way you have perhaps never done before. The MiMa museum does not only host the one-of-a-kind minerals of the Black Forest region or provides insights into mathematical theories, it especially presents the connection between minerals and mathematics: interactive installations let you understand symmetry and crystallography in a playful way.
Opening hours
December 16 to April 30, daily from 11:00 to 16:00
May 1 to Oktober 31, daily from 11:00 to 17:00
Closed: November 1 to December 15, December 24/25/31 and January 1
Entry fees
Adults.................................................................................5.00 EUR
Adults with "Kurkarte"............................................................4.50 EUR
School kids (over age 6), handicapped persons,
students, social and military servants.......................................3.00 EUR
Groups (Adults) as of 10 persons, per person.............................4.00 EUR
School Groups as of 10 persons, per person...............................2.50 EUR
Family Card (no restriction on number of children)......................12.00 EUR

Fee for a guided tour in addition to the entry ticket...................45.00 EUR
Fee for a multimediaguide (10 EUR deposit to pay in addition)........3.00 EUR
Guided tours
Guided tours for schools and groups can be organized also out of opening hours. There are special tours for mineral lovers and people interested in mathematics. Please make a reservation for a guided tour in advance (by email or phone).
Address und directions
The MiMa is located at Schulstrasse 5, 77709 Oberwolfach. Driving directions: Either via the Rheintal highway (A5), exit Offenburg and then direction Villingen-Schwenningen and to Wolfach (45 km). Or you come via the Stuttgart-Lake Constance highway (A81), exit Rottweil and then direction Schramberg and Schiltach (40 km).


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Support
MiMa is a project by the municipality of Oberwolfach, the Verein der Freunde von Mineralien und Bergbau Oberwolfach e.V. and the Mathematisches Forschungsinstituts Oberwolfach. It was made possible through funding by the state of Baden Württemberg / Regierungspräsidium Freiburg, tourism support and the Federal Ministry of Education and Science.

The project could be implemented only with the constant help and support of the following sponsors and partners. Thank you!

3D-Brillen.de (3D glasses)
3Dconnexion.de (Control device Space Navigator)
Aurelien Alvarez (Exhibit picture gallery)
A2 Armbruster (Exhibit Double pendulum)
Cinderella.2 Math in Motion. (Exhibit Cinderella)
DFG Forschungszentrum MATHEON (Exhibit jReality)
Dorotheenhütte - Glashütte Wolfach (Glass sculptures)
Duravit
Ethienne Ghys (Exhibit picture gallery)
E-Werk Mittelbaden
Forwiss, Universität Passau (Mathematical sculptures)
Geiger Raumkonzepte (Exhibit logic game)
Christian Stussak, Universität Halle (Exhibit Surfer, installations)
Jos Leys (Exhibit Bildergalerie)
Oliver Labs, Universität Saarbrücken (Exhibit Surfer, picture gallery)
Henning Meyer, TU Kaiserslautern (Exhibit Surfer)
Herwig Hauser, Universität Wien (Exhibit picture gallery)
Hund Büromöbel
Jeff Weeks (Exhibit Curved Spaces)
Steffen Weissmann (Exhibit jReality, installations)
Jürgen Richter-Gebert (Exhibit Cinderella, concept und development)
Martin von Gagern (Exhibit Morenaments, development)
Mathematikum - Mathematik zum Anfassen (Exhibit Penrose-Puzzle)
Matheon (Exhibit jReality)
Felix Riemann (Exhibit Surfer, website)
Sachtleben Bergbau
Sparkasse Wolfach
Volksbank Kinzigtal
Voxeljet Technology (Mathematical sculptures)
WRO - Wirtschaftsregion Offenburg Ortenau

Baden-Württemberg BMBF Luftkurorf Oberwolfach
MFO Mineralienmuseum Metallbau Armbruster
Cinderella DFG Dorotheenhütte
Duravit E-Werk Mittelbaden Forwiss
Geiger Hund Mathematikum
Sachtleben Bergbau Sparkasse Wolfach Volksbank Kinzigtal
Voxeljet WRO 3D-Brillen