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Our program

The Visitor Center reopened

Experience and discover the world of BASF - you can do it again in our Viasitor Center. According to the current Corona rules, the number of visitors is limited in order to be able to comply with the prescribed distance and hygiene rules.

The exhibition is accessible within a defined time frame after prior registration. The interactive exhibits are operated to a limited extent, some areas are blocked. We offer one-hour tours of the site and one-hour tours through the exhibition twice a day for adults and children from the age of six (in German language only).

For all offers of the Visitor Center a pre-registration under the link below is required.

Please find all information regarding our latest health and security rules (Corona) under the link below.

In the Visitor Center, you can take part in guided tours through the exhibition and site tours around the 10 square kilometers site premises free of charge – and all this in twelve languages!  

For example, did you know that around 39,000 people work at the BASF headquarters in Ludwigshafen, the world’s largest contiguous chemical complex. Or did you know that 2,850 km of overground pipeline are laid on the site premises and provide short links for the transportation of products and energy in the form of fuel gas and steam? Explore and marvel at the BASF world in the BASF Visitor Center, either alone, as a couple, in groups or with your family.

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Daily program

On week days you can participate in one English and two German guided tours through the exhibition and in site tours free of charge every day.
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Open-house Saturdays

On our open‑house Saturdays, we offer our younger and older guests an eventful program for an unforgettable day.
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Excursions for pupils

Exclusively for senior high school chemistry & biology courses: A half‑day site tour for the pupils, including a tour of the exhibition.