What are the opening times?
Slot machine games:
Every day from 12 noon to 4 am.
Sundays to Thursdays from 2.45 pm to 3 am.
Fridays, Saturdays and days before public holidays from 2.45 pm to 4 am.
- Both the table games and slot machine areas are closed on the following days:
- Good Friday (Maundy Thursday open till 12am)
- Memorial Day
- The last Sunday before Advent
- 24th of December (Christmas Eve)
- 25th of December (Christmas Day)
Can I get in without any ID?
In order to use your entrance ticket, you need valid photo ID of a type that satisfies the country's identity card requirement. This can be an identity card or a passport.
How much does it cost to get in?
Entrance to our table games area costs €2.50. No fee is charged for entrance to our slot machine area. If you use our palm scanner, our innovative entry system, then all season tickets are half price.
How should I dress?
To visit the table games area, we ask that you dress appropriately, i.e. men should wear a shirt and jacket, and a tie or bow tie would also be nice but is not obligatory. Neat jeans are also acceptable. If there is ever any need, you can borrow a jacket, a pair of trousers and/or shirt from our cloakroom for a small fee.
If you would you like to visit our slot machine area, leisure wear is adequate, although it shouldn't be overly casual.
What is the minimum age?
You must be at least 18 years old to visit Casino Wiesbaden and to participate in the games.
Do I have to play any games?
Of course there is no requirement that you play. You are also very welcome to just get a taste of the atmosphere or to have a drink at one of our two bars. Guests wishing to enjoy some culinary delights can visit both Joker´S, the casino restaurant, and K1 Bar, our bar in the slot machine area.
What about tips?
It is international practice that visitors put 1/35 of their winnings into the "tronc" (tip box) for the staff, since, according to law, all the salaries of about 200 casino employees must be paid for out of this "tronc", and this money is not just a matter of an additional "tip" for the croupiers.
Can I give a casino-visit as a gift?
Of course you can! Just ask our reception staff for help during our opening times. You have the option of buying chips (smallest value €2) as well as entrance tickets (€2.50) and drinks vouchers (€4.50). We will send you the items you want by post for a small fee. Please contact our events department on +49 (0)611-536 107.
What games do you offer?
French roulette - 2 tables
Minimum bet: from €2
American roulette - 4 tables
Minimum bet: from €2
TouchBet roulette - 20 terminals
Minimum bet: from €1
Blackjack - 4 tables
Minimum bet: from €10
Poker - 8 tables
Minimum bet: depends on the limit.
The minimum bets are variable. In this case the information boards at the gaming tables and the official game rules poster are decisive.
Incidentally, the highest stakes in the whole of Germany are possible in Casino Wiesbaden: for example, on plein (a whole number) €1,000 with a correspondingly high minimum.
Challenge the bingo, poker, roulette or slot machines. The latest generation of machines will always be available here.
Every day, guests win over a million euros on the slot machines. A single win of €20,000 is not uncommon. We offer several attractive individual and group jackpots. Wins can total up to several 100,000 euros. You can try your luck with us with just a stake of 1 cent.
At our two electronic PokerPro tables, you can play Texas Hold'em 1/2 with a €40 buy-in or rent one of the two tables for your private party.
Do you offer explanations of the games?
On Fridays and Saturdays, we offer interested guests free game explanations and gladly answer any questions they may have.
If you want to take part in a roulette demonstration, just visit the demo roulette table in the conservatory after you hear the announcement on the tannoy system. You can book exclusive game explanations for smaller groups, up to a maximum of 8 people. Please contact our events department on +49 (0)611-536 107.
If you'd like to take part in a poker explanation, just visit the poker area in the conservatory after the tannoy announcement around 11 pm.
If you would like to have an explanation of how to play blackjack, please contact the blackjack pit boss or one of our hall bosses.
If you want information on slot machines, please talk to one of our employees, they would be more than happy to answer your questions – free of charge, of course. You can also play on our fun game machines free of charge in the lounge area of our K1 Bar.
Do you also play tournaments?
Every Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, we organise a poker tournament with a maximum of 60 participants and a buy-in of €80. Every Monday, we offer a professional poker tournament with a buy-in of €200.
Check-in always takes place at 7.30 pm and the game starts at 8 pm on the dot. For more information and online registration, click here or use our app.
Who do I talk to if I have a question when I'm there?
In the slot machine area, you can talk to any member of the casino staff at any time.
If you have any questions regarding the table games, speak to one of our hall bosses (black suit, name badge). Our croupiers have to give their full attention to the players at the table. So we please ask for your understanding that they cannot answer your questions in detail.
How can I pay?
At the ticket counter, we accept almost all major convertible currencies and traveller checks. At the gaming tables, only euro cash is accepted. ATMs are of course also available.
Where is the casino in Wiesbaden?
The table games area is in the former wine hall of Wiesbaden's historic Kurhaus. The slot machine area is located in the Kurhaus colonnades. The Kurhaus is situated in the heart of Wiesbaden – you can just follow the signs for Kurhaus/Casino along all access roads – or enter "Kurhaus Wiesbaden" into your navigation device under special destinations.
Are there enough parking spaces near the casino?
Yes. Park your vehicle in either the State Theatre car park (access via Paulinenstrasse) or in the parking garage "Kurhaus/Casino" with direct access to the Kurhaus (access via Wilhelmstrasse or Sonnenberger Strasse).