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Borusseum

For football fans, a highlight of every city break in the Ruhr Area is the Borusseum, the museum of Dortmund's traditional club BVB 09. It is situated right where many football fans regularly find their heart beating faster - namely in the northeast corner of the Signal Iduna Park, better known as Westfalenstadion (Westphalian stadium) where Borussia play their home games.

In the centre of the home town of BVB 09, fans and interested visitors can also learn everything about the history and tradition of football in the Ruhr Area in general, and about Borussia Dortmund in particular, and are provided with up-to-date information about the club.

With the motto "Mitmachen und Anfassen" (take part and get stuck in) the Borusseum inspires its guests. The exhibition islands cover the topics of Borsigplatz, the Weiße Wiese sports ground, the Rote Erde stadium, the Westfalenstadion (stadium) and the treasure chamber. At a multimedia stand visitors can learn something about each era of the club's history. 

Further information

Borusseum

Strobelallee 50
44137 Dortmund
Tel.: +49 (0)231 90201368
Fax: +49 (0)231 90201344
E-Mail: borusseum(at)bvb.de

Opening hours:
Monday - Sunday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
On days that the BVB has home games, the Borusseum is open until the game starts.

Entrance fees:
Adults 6 €
Reduced 4 €
Children under the age of 6 have free entrance