Conditions for visiting the Autostadt
As of now, you can visit the theme park daily from 10:00 to 18:00 without proof of a negative rapid antigen test, proof of recent recovery from Covid-19 or official proof of vaccination. However, please note that you must present proof of a negative rapid antigen test (valid for a maximum of 24 hours) or a PCR test (valid for a maximum of 48 hours), proof of recent recovery from Covid-19 or official proof of vaccination to use the following offers:
• Overnight stay at the hotel The Ritz-Carlton, Wolfsburg
For accompagnied driver trainings a proof of a negative rapid antigen test (valid for a maximum of 24 hours) or a PCR test (valid for a maximum of 48 hours) is necessary.
The Ruhrmedic drive-in test centre in the Autostadt grounds offers both free rapid antigen tests as well as PCR tests, for which there is a charge. Proof of a negative test result can be presented, for example, in the form of a confirmation via the ePassGo app, the Corona-Warn-App or a printed confirmation dated the same day. This proof must be presented at the Autostadt entrances (Piazza and Parkstrasse).
Registration with the e-guest app
For digital contact tracing purposes, all visitors must also register with the Autostadt's e-guest app in order to be able to check in and out via this app whenever you enter a building or area at the Autostadt. These buildings and areas include the customer service centre, the motoring museum ZeitHaus, the brand pavilions as well as the shops, exhibitions and the outdoor hospitality facilities. Once you are at the Autostadt, you can check in with the e-guest app directly by the entrance to the respective building/area by scanning in a QR code. When you leave a building or area, you simply click on "check out" in the e-guest app.
It's a good idea to conveniently download the app at home, and to register before setting off on your visit to the Autostadt. You must enter all of your personal details such as your name, address and your email address to register, and also create a password to log in. However, these details can be accessed only by the respectively responsible local health authority in the event of an infection. Using the app will not compromise your data privacy.