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EXHIBITIONS in Frechen


Welcome to the Jungle!
Gruppenausstellung nationaler und internationaler Künstlerinnen
23.05.2024 - 29.09.2024
Vernissage: 23.05.2024 18 Uhr
Kartenlink
Stiftung KERAMION
Di-Fr/So 10-17, Sa 14-17 h
Bonnstraße 12, 50226 Frechen
02234-697690


The unusual architecture of the KERAMION was planned and built in 1970/71 by the Cologne architect Peter Neufert. The roof construction of the rotunda is the defining element. The KERAMION was placed under monument protection in 2002. In the same year, a new building for museum education was opened.

There is 1 designated disabled parking space in the museum car park. The KERAMION is accessible to wheelchair users via a ramp with a slight incline. Ground-level access is via the garden gate on the back of the building. The door widths in the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.

In the museum educational pavilion there is 1 disabled toilet.

The exhibition level UG (historical department + temporary exhibitions) is not accessible to wheelchair users.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired and people with other disabilities are available on request.

Tactile objects are available after registration. With the specially made clay model of the KERAMION, the participants can experience the idiosyncratic architecture of the museum.

Guided tours in simple language are also available on request.

Assistance dogs are allowed.
There is 1 designated disabled parking space in the museum car park.
Level access via the garden gate at the back of the building.
The KERAMION is accessible to wheelchair users via a ramp with a slight incline.
There is 1 wheelchair-accessible toilet in the museum`s educational pavilion.
Guided tours in easy-to-understand language are available on request.
Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request. Tactile objects are available after registration. The clay model of the KERAMION made especially for these events allows the participants to experience the idiosyncratic architecture of the museum.
Assistance dogs are allowed.
Workshops for people with dementia changes are offered on request.
Workshops for people with physical disabilities and dementia changes are offered on request.





Japanische Bizen-Keramik10.10.2024 - 10.11.2024
Vernissage: 10.10.2024 18 Uhr
Kartenlink
Stiftung KERAMION
Di-Fr/So 10-17, Sa 14-17 h
Bonnstraße 12, 50226 Frechen
02234-697690


The unusual architecture of the KERAMION was planned and built in 1970/71 by the Cologne architect Peter Neufert. The roof construction of the rotunda is the defining element. The KERAMION was placed under monument protection in 2002. In the same year, a new building for museum education was opened.

There is 1 designated disabled parking space in the museum car park. The KERAMION is accessible to wheelchair users via a ramp with a slight incline. Ground-level access is via the garden gate on the back of the building. The door widths in the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.

In the museum educational pavilion there is 1 disabled toilet.

The exhibition level UG (historical department + temporary exhibitions) is not accessible to wheelchair users.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired and people with other disabilities are available on request.

Tactile objects are available after registration. With the specially made clay model of the KERAMION, the participants can experience the idiosyncratic architecture of the museum.

Guided tours in simple language are also available on request.

Assistance dogs are allowed.
There is 1 designated disabled parking space in the museum car park.
Level access via the garden gate at the back of the building.
The KERAMION is accessible to wheelchair users via a ramp with a slight incline.
There is 1 wheelchair-accessible toilet in the museum`s educational pavilion.
Guided tours in easy-to-understand language are available on request.
Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request. Tactile objects are available after registration. The clay model of the KERAMION made especially for these events allows the participants to experience the idiosyncratic architecture of the museum.
Assistance dogs are allowed.
Workshops for people with dementia changes are offered on request.
Workshops for people with physical disabilities and dementia changes are offered on request.





„Vorsicht Heiß – Caution Hot“. Kaffee
Verkaufsausstellung
07.11.2024 - 16.02.2025
Kartenlink
Stiftung KERAMION
Di-Fr/So 10-17, Sa 14-17 h
Bonnstraße 12, 50226 Frechen
02234-697690


The unusual architecture of the KERAMION was planned and built in 1970/71 by the Cologne architect Peter Neufert. The roof construction of the rotunda is the defining element. The KERAMION was placed under monument protection in 2002. In the same year, a new building for museum education was opened.

There is 1 designated disabled parking space in the museum car park. The KERAMION is accessible to wheelchair users via a ramp with a slight incline. Ground-level access is via the garden gate on the back of the building. The door widths in the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.

In the museum educational pavilion there is 1 disabled toilet.

The exhibition level UG (historical department + temporary exhibitions) is not accessible to wheelchair users.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired and people with other disabilities are available on request.

Tactile objects are available after registration. With the specially made clay model of the KERAMION, the participants can experience the idiosyncratic architecture of the museum.

Guided tours in simple language are also available on request.

Assistance dogs are allowed.
There is 1 designated disabled parking space in the museum car park.
Level access via the garden gate at the back of the building.
The KERAMION is accessible to wheelchair users via a ramp with a slight incline.
There is 1 wheelchair-accessible toilet in the museum`s educational pavilion.
Guided tours in easy-to-understand language are available on request.
Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request. Tactile objects are available after registration. The clay model of the KERAMION made especially for these events allows the participants to experience the idiosyncratic architecture of the museum.
Assistance dogs are allowed.
Workshops for people with dementia changes are offered on request.
Workshops for people with physical disabilities and dementia changes are offered on request.