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EXHIBITIONS in Köln

Links Die Schwarz-Weiss-Fotografie Leaving and Weaving von Deanna Dikeman zeigt ein lachendes sommerlich gekleidetes Ehepaar Beide halten jeweils eine Hand hoch und winken mit der anderen Hand umfassen Sie sich rücklings An den faltigen Armen sieht man deutlich dass es sich um über 80-jährige Menschen handeltRechts Das Farbfoto Duchess Milan von Jess T Dugan zeigt eine ca 65-jährige farbige Frau die mit einem schwarzen Body knapp und fast lasziv bekleidet ist Sie ist geschminkt
Links Die Schwarz-Weiss-Fotografie Leaving and Weaving von Deanna Dikeman zeigt ein lachendes sommerlich gekleidetes Ehepaar Beide halten jeweils eine Hand hoch und winken mit der anderen Hand umfassen Sie sich rücklings An den faltigen Armen sieht man deutlich dass es sich um über 80-jährige Menschen handeltRechts Das Farbfoto Duchess Milan von Jess T Dugan zeigt eine ca 65-jährige farbige Frau die mit einem schwarzen Body knapp und fast lasziv bekleidet ist Sie ist geschminkt

Blick in die Zeit – Alter und Altern im photographischen Porträt02.03.2024 - 07.07.2024
Kartenlink
Die Photographische Sammlung / SK Stiftung Kultur
tägl. 14-19 h / Mittwoch geschlossen
im Mediapark 7, 50670 Köln
0221-888950


Die Photographische Sammlung / SK Stiftung Kultur hat ihren Sitz seit 1996 gemeinsam mit den anderen Abteilungen der SK Stiftung Kultur im Haus MediaPark Nummer 7 (KOMED-Gebäude). Im großen Parkhaus des Mediaparks stehen Behindertenparkplätze zur Verfügung. Von dort gelangt man mit dem Aufzug ins Foyer (EG) des KOMED-Gebäudes. Die Eingangstür zum KOMED-Gebäude öffnet sich selbständig. Der Zugang zur Photographischen Sammlung erfolgt im Eingangsbereich des KOMED-Gebäudes über den ebenerdig zugänglichen barrierefreien Aufzug. Im EG neben dem Aufzug befindet sich eine Infotheke mit Personal. 1 behindertengerechtes WC im 1. OG ist uneingeschränkt zugänglich. Garderobenfächer und Schließfächer im Foyer sind uneingeschränkt erreichbar. In den Ausstellungsräumen im 1. OG sind Sitzmöglichkeiten vorhanden.Führungen für Blinde/Sehbehinderte und in Leichter Sprache werden auf Anfrage durchgeführt.Das Café Galestro befindet sich vor dem Eingangsbereich des KOMED-Gebäudes und ist ebenerdig und barrierefrei von aussen zugänglich.
Die Eingangstür zum KOMED-Gebäude öffnet sich selbständig. Der Zugang zur Photographischen Sammlung / SK Stiftung Kultur erfolgt im Eingangsbereich des KOMED-Gebäudes über den ebenerdig zugänglichen barrierefreien Aufzug.
Im Parkplatz des Mediparks stehen Behindertenparkplätze zur Verfügung. Von dort gelangt man mit dem Aufzug in das Foyer des KOMED-Gebäudes.
Mit dem Aufzug erreicht man barrierefrei die Ausstellungsräume im 1. OG.
1 behindertengerechtes WC im 1. OG ist uneingeschränkt zugänglich.
Führungen in Leichter Sprache werden auf Anfrage durchgeführt.
Führungen für Blinde/Sehbehinderte werden auf Anfrage durchgeführt.
Das Café Galestro befindet sich vor dem Eingangsbereich des KOMED-Gebäudes und ist ebenerdig und barrierefrei von aussen zugänglich.
In den Ausstellungsräumen im 1. OG sind Sitzmöglichkeiten vorhanden. Führungen für Blinde/Sehbehinderte und
Führungen in Leichter Sprache werden auf Anfrage durchgeführt.


Over 170 photographic works from more than 100 years are brought together in this exhibition to create a complex representation of age and aging. The works on display by 18 international photographers come not only from the in-house holdings of the Photographic Collection/SK Foundation for Culture, but are also supplemented by loans from national and international museums, galleries and estates.

With works by Christian Borchert, John Coplans, Imogen Cunningham, Deanna Dikeman, Jess T. Dugan, Albrecht Fuchs, Katja Kerstin Hock, Manfred Jade, Evi Lemberger/Maria Göckeritz, Andreas Mader, Helga Paris, Natalya Reznik, Martin Rosswog, August Sander , Cindy Sherman, Daniel Schumann, Wilhelm Schürmann and Larry Sultan.

Fig. left: Deanna Dikeman: Leaving and Waving, 8/2007 © Deanna Dikeman / Fig. right: Jess T. Dugan: Duchess Milan, 69, Los Angeles, CA, from the series To Survive on This Shore © Jess T. Dugan

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Das lbild Die grüne Welle von Claude Monet zeigt drei Segelschiffe auf hoher See in mächtiogen grünen Wellenbergen Im Vordergrund sieht man ein kleineres Segelboot auf einem Wellenkamm die weisse Gischt an Bug und Heck zeigt wie schnell das Boot unterwegs ist und die Kraft der Welle
Das lbild Die grüne Welle von Claude Monet zeigt drei Segelschiffe auf hoher See in mächtiogen grünen Wellenbergen Im Vordergrund sieht man ein kleineres Segelboot auf einem Wellenkamm die weisse Gischt an Bug und Heck zeigt wie schnell das Boot unterwegs ist und die Kraft der Welle

1863 • PARIS • 1874: Revolution in der Kunst15.03.2024 - 28.07.2024
Kartenlink
Wallraf-Richartz-Museum & Fondation Corboud
Di-So 10-18, Do 10-21 Fei 10-18 h
Obenmarspforten, 50667 Köln
0221-22121119


For the Wallraf-Richartz-Museum, a new, separate building was erected in the historic center of the city according to plans by the Cologne architect Oswald Mathias Ungers, which was occupied in January 2001. In the same year, the Swiss entrepreneur Gérard J. Corboud and his Cologne-born wife Marisol Corboud bequeathed their extensive collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings to the Wallraf-Richartz Museum on "perpetual loan". Since then, the museum has borne the name Wallraf-Richartz-Museum & Fondation Corboud in gratitude and in honor of the donors.

There are several disabled parking spaces near the museum, the next two on Martinstrasse.

The museum has step-free access at ground level (obenmarspforten entrance, left door).

A disabled toilet is located in the foyer. The cloakroom in the foyer is barrier-free.

Seating is available in the exhibition area and in the foyer.

Wheelchairs, folding stools, walkers and strollers can be borrowed at the cash desk.

Listening stations accessible for wheelchair users.

For the permanent collection as well as for special exhibitions, the Cologne Museum Service offers guided tours for people with dementia and impaired vision upon prior notification. Tangible objects are available in the museum case.

guided tours in simple language are offered.

Audio guides for special exhibitions always with induction loops for the hearing impaired. The gastronomy in the foyer is accessible without barriers, the table height is accessible with the general wheelchair models.

Assistance dogs are allowed with prior notification.
There are several disabled parking spaces in the immediate vicinity of the main entrance (Martinstrasse).
The museum has a level, step-free entrance. The door opens automatically.
A disabled toilet is located in the foyer.
All exhibition levels can be reached via two wheelchair-accessible elevators
The Museumsdienst Köln offers guided tours for people with impaired vision for the permanent collection as well as for special exhibitions. Tangible objects are available in the museum case. Magnifying glasses can be borrowed.
Guided tours in sign language are conducted upon request.
Es werden Führungen in Leichter Sprache angeboten.
Es stehen Audioguides (75) zur Verfügung
There are mobile induction loops (20) for people with hearing aids.
Assistance dogs are allowed with prior notification.
The museum café in the foyer is barrier-free. Table height is accessible with the general wheelchair models.
For the permanent collection as well as for special exhibitions, the Cologne Museum Service offers guided tours for people with dementia after prior registration.
Folding stools (50), wheelchairs (2) and buggies are available on request at the cash desk. Magnifying glasses can be borrowed.

For the permanent collection as well as for special exhibitions, the Museumsdienst Köln offers guided tours for people with impaired vision or dementia after prior registration.

A limited number of mobile induction loops for people with hearing aids are available. Information and catalogs are available as accessible CDs.


Hardly any place and time have influenced art history as much as Paris in 1874, because the first exhibition of the later world-famous impressionists such as Degas, Morisot, Monet, Renoir and Sisley took place here 150 years ago. With its major exhibition “1863 • PARIS • 1874: Revolution in art".

Fig.: Claude Monet, The Green Wave, around 1866/67, oil on canvas, (detail) The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, H. O. Havemeyer Collection, Bequest of Mrs H. O Havemeyer, 1929 © Photo: bpk | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Die Abbildung links zeigt ein goldendes Objekt in Form eines Kronleuchters das aus Berchtesgaden um 1600 stammt Die Abbildung rechts zeigt ein silbernes Trinkgefä in Form eines Schiffes das aus Augsburg um 1600 stammt Beide Objekte stehen freigestellt vor weissem Hintergrund
Die Abbildung links zeigt ein goldendes Objekt in Form eines Kronleuchters das aus Berchtesgaden um 1600 stammt Die Abbildung rechts zeigt ein silbernes Trinkgefä in Form eines Schiffes das aus Augsburg um 1600 stammt Beide Objekte stehen freigestellt vor weissem Hintergrund

Perfect Match 21.03.2024 - 22.09.2024
Vernissage: 20.03.2024 19 Uhr
Kartenlink
Museum für Angewandte Kunst Köln MAKK
Di-So 11-17, 1.Do im Monat 11-22 h
An der Rechtschule, 50667 Köln
0221-22126714


The Museum of Applied Arts Cologne (MAKK) is located not far from the main train station, cathedral and Museum Ludwig.

3 designated public disabled parking spaces are located directly in front of the museum (street "An der Rechtschule"), further parking spaces are available around the museum square.

The museum forecourt is easily accessible for wheelchair users coming from the cathedral and Wallrafplatz via the lowered curb, the museum entrance is at ground level.

The cash desk/information desk is in the foyer. From here you can get to the design lounge, the exhibition areas and the gastronomy. The cloakroom lockers are on the ground floor in the entrance area behind the design lounge.

2 disabled toilets are located in the basement and are fully accessible by elevator.

The elevator is in the entrance area/ticket office. All controls in the elevator are installed at a height suitable for disabled people. All exhibition departments on the 1st and 2nd floors and in the basement (sanitary area) are accessible by elevator.

A second elevator takes you to the exhibition hall, the café and the courtyard as well as the ground floor of the design wing. A wheelchair stair lift is available to access the second exhibition level of the design department.

Seating is available in the exhibition areas and in the foyer as well as in the Design Lounge in front of the lockers.

1 manual rental wheelchair and folding chairs (15) are available.

Induction loops for hearing aids and tour guides are available.

The guided tour "Precious shards! A comparison of ceramic techniques" is particularly suitable for the blind/visually impaired. Tactile objects are available.

Guided tours on other topics are possible by arrangement and can be booked through the Cologne Museum Service.

The restaurant in the inner courtyard can be reached by wheelchair via a second elevator. Normal table height, wheelchair accessible depending on the wheelchair model.
3 designated public disabled parking spaces are located directly in front of the museum (street "An der Rechtschule").
The museum entrance is at ground level, the museum forecourt is easily accessible for wheelchair users coming from the cathedral and Wallrafplatz via the lowered curb.
Elevator at ground level in the entrance area / ticket office. All controls in the elevator are installed at a height suitable for disabled people. All exhibition departments on the 1st and 2nd floors as well as the basement (sanitary area) are accessible by elevator. A second elevator takes you to the exhibition hall, café and inner courtyard as well as to the ground floor of the design wing. A wheelchair stairlift is available to access the second exhibition level of the design department.
2 disabled toilets in the basement are fully accessible by elevator.
The guided tour "Precious shards! A comparison of ceramic techniques" is particularly suitable for the blind/visually impaired. Tactile objects are available. Guided tours on other topics are possible by arrangement and can be booked through the Cologne Museum Service.

"Design" app audio guide for blind and visually impaired people with audio descriptions for free download to smartphones or tablets.
The gastronomy in the basement is barrier-free accessible via the elevator. Normal table height, wheelchair accessible depending on the wheelchair model.
Induction loops for hearing aids and tour guide available.
The "Design" app audio guide in plain language can be downloaded free of charge.
Assistance dogs are allowed.
1 wheelchair and folding stool (15) can be borrowed, they are handed out at reception.

Induction loops for hearing aids and tour guide available.

Guided tours for the blind / visually impaired possible by arrangement. The guided tour "Precious shards! A comparison of ceramic techniques" is particularly suitable for the blind/visually impaired.

Tactile objects are available.

Guided tours on other topics are possible by arrangement and can be booked through the Cologne Museum Service.


The exhibition “Perfect Match” is dedicated to the phenomenon of the Kunstkammer by bringing selected objects from the MAKK and Thomas Olbricht’s private collection into an exciting interplay.

Despite their different content, both collections impressively reflect the central task of the historical art chambers, namely to understand the comprehensive areas of art and nature, to unite them and to control them through humans. The exhibition illuminates this exciting network of relationships between art, people and nature in seven themed rooms, with the focus on the early and heyday of art chambers in the 16th and 17th centuries. The MAKK art chamber pieces were deliberately collected as evidence of outstanding artistic creation and go back to a civic collecting tradition. In contrast, Thomas Olbricht's private collection, which is one of the world's most important special collections, is inspired by the universal collection idea of historical art chambers, but corresponds entirely to the individual interests and passions of a 21st century collector.

Fig. left: Object in the form of a chandelier, Berchtesgaden, around 1600; © Kunstkammer Georg Laue, Munich/London

Fig. right: Drinking vessel in the shape of a ship, Tobias Schaumann, Augsburg, around 1600-1612 © DetlefSchumacher.com

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Römisch-Germanisches Museum im Belgischen Haus
Das RGM im Belgischen Haus, Cäcilienstraße 46
15.11.2019 - 30.06.2025
Kartenlink
Römisch-Germanisches Museum
Di-So 10-17, 1. Do im Monat 10-22 h
Roncalliplatz 4, 50667 Köln
0221-22124438


The Roman-Germanic Museum on Roncalliplatz is closed for renovation work. A branch is currently located in the Belgisches Haus (Cäcilienstraße 46 - near Neumarkt).





I miss you
Über das Vermissen, Zurückgeben und Erinnern
29.04.2022 - 31.12.2024
Kartenlink
Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum - Kulturen der Welt
Di-So 10-18, Do 10-20 h
Cäcilienstraße 29-33, 50667 Köln
0221-22131356


The Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum and the Schnütgen Museum are housed in a building ensemble that consists of a new building and historical parts of the building. Below the museum complex there is an underground car park with parking spaces for the disabled and a barrier-free elevator to the shared foyer of the two museums.

The museums can be reached at ground level via a flat ramp. The front door opens automatically.

All door widths in the Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum are suitable for wheelchairs. Disabled toilets (m/f) are located in the basement and can be reached barrier-free via the elevator from the foyer.

The cash register is marked with guide strips for the blind, as is the elevator in the foyer, which can be reached at ground level. The barrier-free elevators (2) take you to all exhibition levels, the elevators are suitable for wheelchairs. Cloakroom and lockers are located in the basement and are freely accessible.

Seating is available in the exhibition area and in the foyer. Folding chairs as walking aids and 2 rental wheelchairs (with advance notice) are available.

Touchscreens, audio guides with some descriptive texts and video guides in sign language are available. mp3 files can be downloaded from the homepage.

Listening stations in the permanent exhibition are accessible for wheelchair users and can be operated barrier-free. The event hall is equipped with induction loops.

An assistance dog is allowed upon request.

The gastronomy in the ground-level entrance area is barrier-free accessible, the outdoor gastronomy in the courtyard area, which is open in summer, can be reached via a ramp.
There is an underground car park under the museum with parking spaces for the disabled and a barrier-free elevator to the foyer.
The museum can be reached at ground level via a flat ramp. The front door opens automatically.
2 disabled toilets (m/f) in the basement are fully accessible via the elevator.
The 2 barrier-free elevators take you to all exhibition levels, the elevators are suitable for wheelchairs. The elevator in the foyer can be reached at ground level. A guide strip for the blind leads to the elevator.
Guide strips for the blind in the foyer lead to the ticket office and the elevator. Tactile objects are available in some areas of the museum.
100 audio guides are available. mp3 files can be downloaded from the homepage.
Guided tours in sign language on the video guides. Films in sign language explain the themed course and show the highlights of the exhibition.
The gastronomy in the ground-level entrance area is barrier-free accessible, the outdoor gastronomy in the courtyard area, which is open in summer, can be reached via a ramp.
An assistance dog is allowed upon request.
The event hall is equipped with induction loops.
Folding chairs as walking aids and 2 rental wheelchairs (with advance notice) are available. Touchscreens, audio guides with some descriptive texts and video guides in sign language are available. Listening stations in the permanent exhibition are accessible for wheelchair users and can be operated barrier-free.





Sammlungspräsentation "Kunst des Mittelalters"01.10.2022 - 31.12.2024
Kartenlink
Museum Schnütgen
Di-So 10-18, Do 10-20 h, 1.Do im Monat 10-22 h
Cäcilienstraße 29-33, 50667 Köln
0221-2211355


The Schnütgen Museum and the Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum are housed in a building ensemble consisting of a new building and parts of the historic building.

Underneath the museum complex is an underground car park with disabled parking spaces and a barrier-free elevator to the common foyer of both museums. The museums can be reached at ground level via a flat ramp.

The entrance door opens automatically. The door widths are sufficient for wheelchairs, the elevator in the foyer can be reached at ground level and, like the cash register, has a guide strip for the blind.

Disabled toilets (m/f) are located in the basement and can be reached barrier-free via the elevator from the foyer.

The barrier-free elevator only takes you to the sanitary facilities in the basement and to the exhibition rooms of the Rautenstrauch-Joest Museum. The new building and parts of the Schnütgen Museum are accessible at ground level.

A visit to the Cäcilienkirche is possible for wheelchair users in the gallery area and, after a brief prior notification at the ticket office, via the outer ramp at the Cäciliengarten. There is no elevator.

Seating is available in the exhibition area and in the foyer. Folding chairs as walking aids and 2 rental wheelchairs are available. Not all exhibition areas are wheelchair accessible (Cäcilienkirche, study collection).

The disabled toilets in the basement are accessible without restrictions. Cloakroom and lockers in the basement are freely accessible; There are guide strips for the blind in the foyer.

Audio guides are available, some with descriptive texts and medieval music.

Guided tours in simple language and individual tours can be requested via the Museumsdienst Köln.

The gastronomy in the ground-level foyer is barrier-free accessible, the outdoor gastronomy in the courtyard area, which is open in summer, can be reached via a ramp.
An underground car park with disabled parking spaces and a barrier-free elevator is located under the museum.
The museum can be reached at ground level via a flat ramp. The entrance door opens automatically. A visit to the Cäcilienkirche is possible for wheelchair users in the gallery area and, after a brief prior notification at the ticket office, via the outer ramp at the Cäciliengarten.
Disabled toilets are located in the basement and can be reached barrier-free via the elevator.
The barrier-free elevator takes you to the sanitary facilities in the basement and to the exhibition rooms of the Rautenstrauch-Joest Museum. The new building and parts of the Schnütgen Museum can be reached at ground level - without a lift.
The gastronomy in the ground-level entrance area is barrier-free accessible, the outdoor gastronomy in the courtyard area, which is open in summer, can be reached via a ramp.
Audio guides are available, some with descriptive texts and medieval music.
Guided tours in simple language can be requested from the Museumsdienst Köln.
Folding chairs as walking aids or wheelchairs (2) can be borrowed from the information desk. Guided tours in simple language can be requested from the Museumsdienst Köln. Individual guided tours can also be requested via the Museumsdienst Köln.





Kunsthandwerk vom Mittelalter bis zum Jugendstil
Dauerausstellung
01.01.2023 - 31.12.2024
Kartenlink
Museum für Angewandte Kunst Köln MAKK
Di-So 11-17, 1.Do im Monat 11-22 h
An der Rechtschule, 50667 Köln
0221-22126714


The Museum of Applied Arts Cologne (MAKK) is located not far from the main train station, cathedral and Museum Ludwig.

3 designated public disabled parking spaces are located directly in front of the museum (street "An der Rechtschule"), further parking spaces are available around the museum square.

The museum forecourt is easily accessible for wheelchair users coming from the cathedral and Wallrafplatz via the lowered curb, the museum entrance is at ground level.

The cash desk/information desk is in the foyer. From here you can get to the design lounge, the exhibition areas and the gastronomy. The cloakroom lockers are on the ground floor in the entrance area behind the design lounge.

2 disabled toilets are located in the basement and are fully accessible by elevator.

The elevator is in the entrance area/ticket office. All controls in the elevator are installed at a height suitable for disabled people. All exhibition departments on the 1st and 2nd floors and in the basement (sanitary area) are accessible by elevator.

A second elevator takes you to the exhibition hall, the café and the courtyard as well as the ground floor of the design wing. A wheelchair stair lift is available to access the second exhibition level of the design department.

Seating is available in the exhibition areas and in the foyer as well as in the Design Lounge in front of the lockers.

1 manual rental wheelchair and folding chairs (15) are available.

Induction loops for hearing aids and tour guides are available.

The guided tour "Precious shards! A comparison of ceramic techniques" is particularly suitable for the blind/visually impaired. Tactile objects are available.

Guided tours on other topics are possible by arrangement and can be booked through the Cologne Museum Service.

The restaurant in the inner courtyard can be reached by wheelchair via a second elevator. Normal table height, wheelchair accessible depending on the wheelchair model.
3 designated public disabled parking spaces are located directly in front of the museum (street "An der Rechtschule").
The museum entrance is at ground level, the museum forecourt is easily accessible for wheelchair users coming from the cathedral and Wallrafplatz via the lowered curb.
Elevator at ground level in the entrance area / ticket office. All controls in the elevator are installed at a height suitable for disabled people. All exhibition departments on the 1st and 2nd floors as well as the basement (sanitary area) are accessible by elevator. A second elevator takes you to the exhibition hall, café and inner courtyard as well as to the ground floor of the design wing. A wheelchair stairlift is available to access the second exhibition level of the design department.
2 disabled toilets in the basement are fully accessible by elevator.
The guided tour "Precious shards! A comparison of ceramic techniques" is particularly suitable for the blind/visually impaired. Tactile objects are available. Guided tours on other topics are possible by arrangement and can be booked through the Cologne Museum Service.

"Design" app audio guide for blind and visually impaired people with audio descriptions for free download to smartphones or tablets.
The gastronomy in the basement is barrier-free accessible via the elevator. Normal table height, wheelchair accessible depending on the wheelchair model.
Induction loops for hearing aids and tour guide available.
The "Design" app audio guide in plain language can be downloaded free of charge.
Assistance dogs are allowed.
1 wheelchair and folding stool (15) can be borrowed, they are handed out at reception.

Induction loops for hearing aids and tour guide available.

Guided tours for the blind / visually impaired possible by arrangement. The guided tour "Precious shards! A comparison of ceramic techniques" is particularly suitable for the blind/visually impaired.

Tactile objects are available.

Guided tours on other topics are possible by arrangement and can be booked through the Cologne Museum Service.





Kunst + Design im Dialog
Dauerausstellung
01.01.2023 - 31.12.2024
Kartenlink
Museum für Angewandte Kunst Köln MAKK
Di-So 11-17, 1.Do im Monat 11-22 h
An der Rechtschule, 50667 Köln
0221-22126714


The Museum of Applied Arts Cologne (MAKK) is located not far from the main train station, cathedral and Museum Ludwig.

3 designated public disabled parking spaces are located directly in front of the museum (street "An der Rechtschule"), further parking spaces are available around the museum square.

The museum forecourt is easily accessible for wheelchair users coming from the cathedral and Wallrafplatz via the lowered curb, the museum entrance is at ground level.

The cash desk/information desk is in the foyer. From here you can get to the design lounge, the exhibition areas and the gastronomy. The cloakroom lockers are on the ground floor in the entrance area behind the design lounge.

2 disabled toilets are located in the basement and are fully accessible by elevator.

The elevator is in the entrance area/ticket office. All controls in the elevator are installed at a height suitable for disabled people. All exhibition departments on the 1st and 2nd floors and in the basement (sanitary area) are accessible by elevator.

A second elevator takes you to the exhibition hall, the café and the courtyard as well as the ground floor of the design wing. A wheelchair stair lift is available to access the second exhibition level of the design department.

Seating is available in the exhibition areas and in the foyer as well as in the Design Lounge in front of the lockers.

1 manual rental wheelchair and folding chairs (15) are available.

Induction loops for hearing aids and tour guides are available.

The guided tour "Precious shards! A comparison of ceramic techniques" is particularly suitable for the blind/visually impaired. Tactile objects are available.

Guided tours on other topics are possible by arrangement and can be booked through the Cologne Museum Service.

The restaurant in the inner courtyard can be reached by wheelchair via a second elevator. Normal table height, wheelchair accessible depending on the wheelchair model.
3 designated public disabled parking spaces are located directly in front of the museum (street "An der Rechtschule").
The museum entrance is at ground level, the museum forecourt is easily accessible for wheelchair users coming from the cathedral and Wallrafplatz via the lowered curb.
Elevator at ground level in the entrance area / ticket office. All controls in the elevator are installed at a height suitable for disabled people. All exhibition departments on the 1st and 2nd floors as well as the basement (sanitary area) are accessible by elevator. A second elevator takes you to the exhibition hall, café and inner courtyard as well as to the ground floor of the design wing. A wheelchair stairlift is available to access the second exhibition level of the design department.
2 disabled toilets in the basement are fully accessible by elevator.
The guided tour "Precious shards! A comparison of ceramic techniques" is particularly suitable for the blind/visually impaired. Tactile objects are available. Guided tours on other topics are possible by arrangement and can be booked through the Cologne Museum Service.

"Design" app audio guide for blind and visually impaired people with audio descriptions for free download to smartphones or tablets.
The gastronomy in the basement is barrier-free accessible via the elevator. Normal table height, wheelchair accessible depending on the wheelchair model.
Induction loops for hearing aids and tour guide available.
The "Design" app audio guide in plain language can be downloaded free of charge.
Assistance dogs are allowed.
1 wheelchair and folding stool (15) can be borrowed, they are handed out at reception.

Induction loops for hearing aids and tour guide available.

Guided tours for the blind / visually impaired possible by arrangement. The guided tour "Precious shards! A comparison of ceramic techniques" is particularly suitable for the blind/visually impaired.

Tactile objects are available.

Guided tours on other topics are possible by arrangement and can be booked through the Cologne Museum Service.





Sammlerträume. Sternstunden niederländischer Barockkunst26.05.2023 - 21.04.2025
Kartenlink
Wallraf-Richartz-Museum & Fondation Corboud
Di-So 10-18, Do 10-21 Fei 10-18 h
Obenmarspforten, 50667 Köln
0221-22121119


For the Wallraf-Richartz-Museum, a new, separate building was erected in the historic center of the city according to plans by the Cologne architect Oswald Mathias Ungers, which was occupied in January 2001. In the same year, the Swiss entrepreneur Gérard J. Corboud and his Cologne-born wife Marisol Corboud bequeathed their extensive collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings to the Wallraf-Richartz Museum on "perpetual loan". Since then, the museum has borne the name Wallraf-Richartz-Museum & Fondation Corboud in gratitude and in honor of the donors.

There are several disabled parking spaces near the museum, the next two on Martinstrasse.

The museum has step-free access at ground level (obenmarspforten entrance, left door).

A disabled toilet is located in the foyer. The cloakroom in the foyer is barrier-free.

Seating is available in the exhibition area and in the foyer.

Wheelchairs, folding stools, walkers and strollers can be borrowed at the cash desk.

Listening stations accessible for wheelchair users.

For the permanent collection as well as for special exhibitions, the Cologne Museum Service offers guided tours for people with dementia and impaired vision upon prior notification. Tangible objects are available in the museum case.

guided tours in simple language are offered.

Audio guides for special exhibitions always with induction loops for the hearing impaired. The gastronomy in the foyer is accessible without barriers, the table height is accessible with the general wheelchair models.

Assistance dogs are allowed with prior notification.
There are several disabled parking spaces in the immediate vicinity of the main entrance (Martinstrasse).
The museum has a level, step-free entrance. The door opens automatically.
A disabled toilet is located in the foyer.
All exhibition levels can be reached via two wheelchair-accessible elevators
The Museumsdienst Köln offers guided tours for people with impaired vision for the permanent collection as well as for special exhibitions. Tangible objects are available in the museum case. Magnifying glasses can be borrowed.
Guided tours in sign language are conducted upon request.
Es werden Führungen in Leichter Sprache angeboten.
Es stehen Audioguides (75) zur Verfügung
There are mobile induction loops (20) for people with hearing aids.
Assistance dogs are allowed with prior notification.
The museum café in the foyer is barrier-free. Table height is accessible with the general wheelchair models.
For the permanent collection as well as for special exhibitions, the Cologne Museum Service offers guided tours for people with dementia after prior registration.
Folding stools (50), wheelchairs (2) and buggies are available on request at the cash desk. Magnifying glasses can be borrowed.

For the permanent collection as well as for special exhibitions, the Museumsdienst Köln offers guided tours for people with impaired vision or dementia after prior registration.

A limited number of mobile induction loops for people with hearing aids are available. Information and catalogs are available as accessible CDs.





Über den Wert der Zeit
Neupräsentation der Sammlung zeitgenössischer Kunst
10.08.2023 - 31.08.2025
Kartenlink
Museum Ludwig Köln
Di-So/Fei 10-18, 1. Do im Monat 10-22 h
Heinrich-Böll-Platz, 50667 Köln
0221-22126165


The Museum Ludwig can be reached barrier-free in several ways.

The public "Parkhaus Philharmonie" is located under the Ludwig Museum with 9 paid parking spaces for the disabled. At the gate to the Museum Ludwig (address Bischofsgartenstrasse) there is a lift that takes you to the museum. For more information about the car park, call 0221-221-27380

The main entrances have wide sliding glass doors with contrasts for the visually impaired and open independently. All exhibition levels can be reached via barrier-free elevators. These have wheelchair accessible (low) controls that are also raised and high contrast for the visually impaired.

Seating is available in the exhibition area and in the foyer. There are folding stools (130) and rental wheelchairs (2) available. (Let us know at the cash desk). 1 disabled toilet is in the entrance area, 1 disabled toilet in the exhibition area on the 1st floor.

Cloakroom and lockers with staff are located in the entrance area.

Audio guides (150) on the museum`s collection are available. The audio guide can also be downloaded as an mp3 file from the museum website. There is also an audio guide for children. This can also be downloaded as an mp3 file.

Induction loops for the hearing impaired are available at the ticket office. Mobile induction loops for tours with a tour guide for the hearing impaired are available. Amplifiers for older hearing aids for guides are available.

Guided tours in sign language are offered at selected events.

Assistance dogs are allowed.

The gastronomy is at ground level from the outside and can be reached from the foyer via a ramp.
The public "Parkhaus Philharmonie" is located under the Ludwig Museum with 9 paid parking spaces for the disabled. At the gate to the Museum Ludwig (address Bischofsgartenstrasse) there is a lift that takes you to the museum. For more information about the car park, call 0221-221-27380
The Museum Ludwig can be reached barrier-free in several ways. The ground-level, stepless main entrances have wide glass sliding doors with contrasts for the visually impaired and open independently.
All exhibition levels can be reached via barrier-free elevators. These have wheelchair accessible (low) controls that are also raised and high contrast for the visually impaired.
1 disabled toilet is in the entrance area, 1 disabled toilet in the exhibition area on the 1st floor.
Audio guides (80) on the museum`s collection are available. The audio guide can also be downloaded as an mp3 file from the museum website. There is also an audio guide for children. This can also be downloaded as an mp3 file.
Guided tours in sign language are offered at selected events.
The gastronomy is at ground level from the outside and can be reached from the foyer via a ramp
Mobile induction loops for tours with a tour guide for the hearing impaired are available on request.
Special tours are offered for the blind and visually impaired.
Assistance dogs are allowed.
Workshops are offered for people with dementia changes.
An der Kasse können Klapphocker (80) und Rollstühle (2) ausgeliehen werden. Bei ausgewählten Anlässen werden Führungen in Gebärdensprache angeboten. Es werden Workshops für Menschen mit demenziellen Veränderungen angeboten. Workshops und Führungen werden vom Museumsdienst Köln angeboten und durchgeführt. Auskunft und Buchung unter Tel.: 0221-221-27380





Wort Schrift Zeichen
Das Alphabet der Kunst
15.09.2023 - 14.08.2024
Kartenlink
KOLUMBA
tägl. ausser Di 12-17 h
Kolumbastraße 4, 50667 Köln
0221-9331930


Two designated disabled parking spaces are located in the immediate vicinity of the museum (Brückenstraße and Richartzstraße), further parking spaces are on Kolumbastraße.

The museum can be reached at ground level, the door is opened by the staff. The door widths in the museum are sufficient for wheelchairs everywhere. The elevator is accessible from the foyer at ground level. The excavation is accessible via a footbridge.

A barrier-free elevator with sufficient door width from the ground floor to the 2nd floor is available. The cabinets are provided with a low step, the staff will help. Room 9 (Armarium) is not accessible by wheelchair.

A disabled toilet is located on the ground floor and is fully accessible. Cloakroom and lockers are on the ground floor and are accessible without restrictions.

Seating is available in the exhibition area and in the foyer. 1 rental wheelchair and 1 walker are available. Mobile ring loops for hearing aids (FM system) can be borrowed. Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are possible by arrangement.
Two designated disabled parking spaces are located in the immediate vicinity of the museum (Brückenstraße and Richartzstraße), further parking spaces are on Kolumbastraße.
The museum can be reached at ground level via the main entrance, the door is opened by the staff.
A barrier-free elevator with sufficient door width from the ground floor to the 2nd floor is available. The cabinets are provided with a low step, the staff will help. Room 9 (Armarium) is not accessible by wheelchair.
A disabled toilet is located on the ground floor and is fully accessible.
Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are possible by arrangement.
Mobile ring loops for hearing aids (FM system) can be borrowed.
Seating is available in the exhibition area and in the foyer. 1 rental wheelchair and 1 walker are available. Mobile ring loops for hearing aids (FM system) can be borrowed. Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are possible by arrangement.





Schultze Projects#3: Minerva Cuevas05.11.2023 - 01.08.2024
Kartenlink
Museum Ludwig Köln
Di-So/Fei 10-18, 1. Do im Monat 10-22 h
Heinrich-Böll-Platz, 50667 Köln
0221-22126165


The Museum Ludwig can be reached barrier-free in several ways.

The public "Parkhaus Philharmonie" is located under the Ludwig Museum with 9 paid parking spaces for the disabled. At the gate to the Museum Ludwig (address Bischofsgartenstrasse) there is a lift that takes you to the museum. For more information about the car park, call 0221-221-27380

The main entrances have wide sliding glass doors with contrasts for the visually impaired and open independently. All exhibition levels can be reached via barrier-free elevators. These have wheelchair accessible (low) controls that are also raised and high contrast for the visually impaired.

Seating is available in the exhibition area and in the foyer. There are folding stools (130) and rental wheelchairs (2) available. (Let us know at the cash desk). 1 disabled toilet is in the entrance area, 1 disabled toilet in the exhibition area on the 1st floor.

Cloakroom and lockers with staff are located in the entrance area.

Audio guides (150) on the museum`s collection are available. The audio guide can also be downloaded as an mp3 file from the museum website. There is also an audio guide for children. This can also be downloaded as an mp3 file.

Induction loops for the hearing impaired are available at the ticket office. Mobile induction loops for tours with a tour guide for the hearing impaired are available. Amplifiers for older hearing aids for guides are available.

Guided tours in sign language are offered at selected events.

Assistance dogs are allowed.

The gastronomy is at ground level from the outside and can be reached from the foyer via a ramp.
The public "Parkhaus Philharmonie" is located under the Ludwig Museum with 9 paid parking spaces for the disabled. At the gate to the Museum Ludwig (address Bischofsgartenstrasse) there is a lift that takes you to the museum. For more information about the car park, call 0221-221-27380
The Museum Ludwig can be reached barrier-free in several ways. The ground-level, stepless main entrances have wide glass sliding doors with contrasts for the visually impaired and open independently.
All exhibition levels can be reached via barrier-free elevators. These have wheelchair accessible (low) controls that are also raised and high contrast for the visually impaired.
1 disabled toilet is in the entrance area, 1 disabled toilet in the exhibition area on the 1st floor.
Audio guides (80) on the museum`s collection are available. The audio guide can also be downloaded as an mp3 file from the museum website. There is also an audio guide for children. This can also be downloaded as an mp3 file.
Guided tours in sign language are offered at selected events.
The gastronomy is at ground level from the outside and can be reached from the foyer via a ramp
Mobile induction loops for tours with a tour guide for the hearing impaired are available on request.
Special tours are offered for the blind and visually impaired.
Assistance dogs are allowed.
Workshops are offered for people with dementia changes.
An der Kasse können Klapphocker (80) und Rollstühle (2) ausgeliehen werden. Bei ausgewählten Anlässen werden Führungen in Gebärdensprache angeboten. Es werden Workshops für Menschen mit demenziellen Veränderungen angeboten. Workshops und Führungen werden vom Museumsdienst Köln angeboten und durchgeführt. Auskunft und Buchung unter Tel.: 0221-221-27380





Das gedruckte Stundenbuch von 1525 – eine Neuerwerbung im Kontext06.12.2023 - 06.10.2024
Kartenlink
Museum Schnütgen
Di-So 10-18, Do 10-20 h, 1.Do im Monat 10-22 h
Cäcilienstraße 29-33, 50667 Köln
0221-2211355


The Schnütgen Museum and the Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum are housed in a building ensemble consisting of a new building and parts of the historic building.

Underneath the museum complex is an underground car park with disabled parking spaces and a barrier-free elevator to the common foyer of both museums. The museums can be reached at ground level via a flat ramp.

The entrance door opens automatically. The door widths are sufficient for wheelchairs, the elevator in the foyer can be reached at ground level and, like the cash register, has a guide strip for the blind.

Disabled toilets (m/f) are located in the basement and can be reached barrier-free via the elevator from the foyer.

The barrier-free elevator only takes you to the sanitary facilities in the basement and to the exhibition rooms of the Rautenstrauch-Joest Museum. The new building and parts of the Schnütgen Museum are accessible at ground level.

A visit to the Cäcilienkirche is possible for wheelchair users in the gallery area and, after a brief prior notification at the ticket office, via the outer ramp at the Cäciliengarten. There is no elevator.

Seating is available in the exhibition area and in the foyer. Folding chairs as walking aids and 2 rental wheelchairs are available. Not all exhibition areas are wheelchair accessible (Cäcilienkirche, study collection).

The disabled toilets in the basement are accessible without restrictions. Cloakroom and lockers in the basement are freely accessible; There are guide strips for the blind in the foyer.

Audio guides are available, some with descriptive texts and medieval music.

Guided tours in simple language and individual tours can be requested via the Museumsdienst Köln.

The gastronomy in the ground-level foyer is barrier-free accessible, the outdoor gastronomy in the courtyard area, which is open in summer, can be reached via a ramp.
An underground car park with disabled parking spaces and a barrier-free elevator is located under the museum.
The museum can be reached at ground level via a flat ramp. The entrance door opens automatically. A visit to the Cäcilienkirche is possible for wheelchair users in the gallery area and, after a brief prior notification at the ticket office, via the outer ramp at the Cäciliengarten.
Disabled toilets are located in the basement and can be reached barrier-free via the elevator.
The barrier-free elevator takes you to the sanitary facilities in the basement and to the exhibition rooms of the Rautenstrauch-Joest Museum. The new building and parts of the Schnütgen Museum can be reached at ground level - without a lift.
The gastronomy in the ground-level entrance area is barrier-free accessible, the outdoor gastronomy in the courtyard area, which is open in summer, can be reached via a ramp.
Audio guides are available, some with descriptive texts and medieval music.
Guided tours in simple language can be requested from the Museumsdienst Köln.
Folding chairs as walking aids or wheelchairs (2) can be borrowed from the information desk. Guided tours in simple language can be requested from the Museumsdienst Köln. Individual guided tours can also be requested via the Museumsdienst Köln.





Neue Dauerausstellung im Belgischen Haus, Cäcilienstraße 46 (Nähe Neumarkt)01.01.2024 - 31.12.2024
Kartenlink
Römisch-Germanisches Museum
Di-So 10-17, 1. Do im Monat 10-22 h
Roncalliplatz 4, 50667 Köln
0221-22124438


The Roman-Germanic Museum on Roncalliplatz is closed for renovation work. A branch is currently located in the Belgisches Haus (Cäcilienstraße 46 - near Neumarkt).





Du bist dran!-Space4Kids08.01.2024 - 31.12.2025
Kartenlink
Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum - Kulturen der Welt
Di-So 10-18, Do 10-20 h
Cäcilienstraße 29-33, 50667 Köln
0221-22131356


The Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum and the Schnütgen Museum are housed in a building ensemble that consists of a new building and historical parts of the building. Below the museum complex there is an underground car park with parking spaces for the disabled and a barrier-free elevator to the shared foyer of the two museums.

The museums can be reached at ground level via a flat ramp. The front door opens automatically.

All door widths in the Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum are suitable for wheelchairs. Disabled toilets (m/f) are located in the basement and can be reached barrier-free via the elevator from the foyer.

The cash register is marked with guide strips for the blind, as is the elevator in the foyer, which can be reached at ground level. The barrier-free elevators (2) take you to all exhibition levels, the elevators are suitable for wheelchairs. Cloakroom and lockers are located in the basement and are freely accessible.

Seating is available in the exhibition area and in the foyer. Folding chairs as walking aids and 2 rental wheelchairs (with advance notice) are available.

Touchscreens, audio guides with some descriptive texts and video guides in sign language are available. mp3 files can be downloaded from the homepage.

Listening stations in the permanent exhibition are accessible for wheelchair users and can be operated barrier-free. The event hall is equipped with induction loops.

An assistance dog is allowed upon request.

The gastronomy in the ground-level entrance area is barrier-free accessible, the outdoor gastronomy in the courtyard area, which is open in summer, can be reached via a ramp.
There is an underground car park under the museum with parking spaces for the disabled and a barrier-free elevator to the foyer.
The museum can be reached at ground level via a flat ramp. The front door opens automatically.
2 disabled toilets (m/f) in the basement are fully accessible via the elevator.
The 2 barrier-free elevators take you to all exhibition levels, the elevators are suitable for wheelchairs. The elevator in the foyer can be reached at ground level. A guide strip for the blind leads to the elevator.
Guide strips for the blind in the foyer lead to the ticket office and the elevator. Tactile objects are available in some areas of the museum.
100 audio guides are available. mp3 files can be downloaded from the homepage.
Guided tours in sign language on the video guides. Films in sign language explain the themed course and show the highlights of the exhibition.
The gastronomy in the ground-level entrance area is barrier-free accessible, the outdoor gastronomy in the courtyard area, which is open in summer, can be reached via a ramp.
An assistance dog is allowed upon request.
The event hall is equipped with induction loops.
Folding chairs as walking aids and 2 rental wheelchairs (with advance notice) are available. Touchscreens, audio guides with some descriptive texts and video guides in sign language are available. Listening stations in the permanent exhibition are accessible for wheelchair users and can be operated barrier-free.





Bizarre Schönheiten. Chinesische Literatensteine der Sammlung Benz01.03.2024 - 06.01.2025
Kartenlink
Museum für Ostasiatische Kunst
Di-So 11-17, Do 11-20, 1. Do im Monat 11-22 h
Universitätsstraße 100, 50674 Köln
0221-22128608


The Museum of East Asian Art is housed in a low-rise building on the Aachener Weiher, which was built according to plans by the Japanese architect and Le Corbusier student Kunio Maekawa and expanded in 1955. Sufficient parking space is available directly at the museum, there are 2 parking spaces for the disabled.

The museum is barrier-free accessible at ground level, a door opener is available. In the entrance area, a staircase leads to the foyer, which is one meter lower. Next to the staircase there is a barrier-free wheelchair lift, which is operated by the staff.

All exhibition rooms, the museum cafe, the museum shop as well as the disabled toilets and the cloakroom can be reached from the foyer at ground level and are barrier-free.

Seating is available in the exhibition area and in the foyer. 1 rental wheelchair and folding stool (20) are available. An inductive audio system is available.

Guided tours on the topics of "silk" and "tea" are offered for the blind/visually impaired.

Individual guided tours can be requested from the Cologne Museum Service.

Assistance dogs are allowed.
Sufficient parking space is available directly at the museum, there are 2 parking spaces for the disabled.
The museum is barrier-free accessible at ground level, a door opener is available.
In the entrance area, a staircase leads to the foyer, which is one meter lower. Next to the staircase there is a barrier-free elevator, which is operated by the staff. All exhibition rooms, the museum cafe, the museum shop as well as the disabled toilets and the cloakroom can be reached from the foyer at ground level and are barrier-free.
Disabled toilets are located in the foyer area.
Guided tours on the topics of "silk" and "tea" are offered for the blind/visually impaired.
In the entrance area, a staircase leads to the foyer, which is one meter lower. Next to the staircase there is a barrier-free elevator, which is operated by the staff. The museum café can be reached from the foyer at ground level and is barrier-free.
Assistance dogs are allowed.
1 rental wheelchair and folding stool (20) are available.

Individual guided tours can be requested from the Cologne Museum Service.





Jem Southam – The Pond at Upton Pyne02.03.2024 - 07.07.2024
Kartenlink
Die Photographische Sammlung / SK Stiftung Kultur
tägl. 14-19 h / Mittwoch geschlossen
im Mediapark 7, 50670 Köln
0221-888950


Die Photographische Sammlung / SK Stiftung Kultur hat ihren Sitz seit 1996 gemeinsam mit den anderen Abteilungen der SK Stiftung Kultur im Haus MediaPark Nummer 7 (KOMED-Gebäude). Im großen Parkhaus des Mediaparks stehen Behindertenparkplätze zur Verfügung. Von dort gelangt man mit dem Aufzug ins Foyer (EG) des KOMED-Gebäudes. Die Eingangstür zum KOMED-Gebäude öffnet sich selbständig. Der Zugang zur Photographischen Sammlung erfolgt im Eingangsbereich des KOMED-Gebäudes über den ebenerdig zugänglichen barrierefreien Aufzug. Im EG neben dem Aufzug befindet sich eine Infotheke mit Personal. 1 behindertengerechtes WC im 1. OG ist uneingeschränkt zugänglich. Garderobenfächer und Schließfächer im Foyer sind uneingeschränkt erreichbar. In den Ausstellungsräumen im 1. OG sind Sitzmöglichkeiten vorhanden.Führungen für Blinde/Sehbehinderte und in Leichter Sprache werden auf Anfrage durchgeführt.Das Café Galestro befindet sich vor dem Eingangsbereich des KOMED-Gebäudes und ist ebenerdig und barrierefrei von aussen zugänglich.
Die Eingangstür zum KOMED-Gebäude öffnet sich selbständig. Der Zugang zur Photographischen Sammlung / SK Stiftung Kultur erfolgt im Eingangsbereich des KOMED-Gebäudes über den ebenerdig zugänglichen barrierefreien Aufzug.
Im Parkplatz des Mediparks stehen Behindertenparkplätze zur Verfügung. Von dort gelangt man mit dem Aufzug in das Foyer des KOMED-Gebäudes.
Mit dem Aufzug erreicht man barrierefrei die Ausstellungsräume im 1. OG.
1 behindertengerechtes WC im 1. OG ist uneingeschränkt zugänglich.
Führungen in Leichter Sprache werden auf Anfrage durchgeführt.
Führungen für Blinde/Sehbehinderte werden auf Anfrage durchgeführt.
Das Café Galestro befindet sich vor dem Eingangsbereich des KOMED-Gebäudes und ist ebenerdig und barrierefrei von aussen zugänglich.
In den Ausstellungsräumen im 1. OG sind Sitzmöglichkeiten vorhanden. Führungen für Blinde/Sehbehinderte und
Führungen in Leichter Sprache werden auf Anfrage durchgeführt.





Recognition Machine07.03.2024 - 31.07.2024
Kartenlink
Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum - Kulturen der Welt
Di-So 10-18, Do 10-20 h
Cäcilienstraße 29-33, 50667 Köln
0221-22131356


The Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum and the Schnütgen Museum are housed in a building ensemble that consists of a new building and historical parts of the building. Below the museum complex there is an underground car park with parking spaces for the disabled and a barrier-free elevator to the shared foyer of the two museums.

The museums can be reached at ground level via a flat ramp. The front door opens automatically.

All door widths in the Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum are suitable for wheelchairs. Disabled toilets (m/f) are located in the basement and can be reached barrier-free via the elevator from the foyer.

The cash register is marked with guide strips for the blind, as is the elevator in the foyer, which can be reached at ground level. The barrier-free elevators (2) take you to all exhibition levels, the elevators are suitable for wheelchairs. Cloakroom and lockers are located in the basement and are freely accessible.

Seating is available in the exhibition area and in the foyer. Folding chairs as walking aids and 2 rental wheelchairs (with advance notice) are available.

Touchscreens, audio guides with some descriptive texts and video guides in sign language are available. mp3 files can be downloaded from the homepage.

Listening stations in the permanent exhibition are accessible for wheelchair users and can be operated barrier-free. The event hall is equipped with induction loops.

An assistance dog is allowed upon request.

The gastronomy in the ground-level entrance area is barrier-free accessible, the outdoor gastronomy in the courtyard area, which is open in summer, can be reached via a ramp.
There is an underground car park under the museum with parking spaces for the disabled and a barrier-free elevator to the foyer.
The museum can be reached at ground level via a flat ramp. The front door opens automatically.
2 disabled toilets (m/f) in the basement are fully accessible via the elevator.
The 2 barrier-free elevators take you to all exhibition levels, the elevators are suitable for wheelchairs. The elevator in the foyer can be reached at ground level. A guide strip for the blind leads to the elevator.
Guide strips for the blind in the foyer lead to the ticket office and the elevator. Tactile objects are available in some areas of the museum.
100 audio guides are available. mp3 files can be downloaded from the homepage.
Guided tours in sign language on the video guides. Films in sign language explain the themed course and show the highlights of the exhibition.
The gastronomy in the ground-level entrance area is barrier-free accessible, the outdoor gastronomy in the courtyard area, which is open in summer, can be reached via a ramp.
An assistance dog is allowed upon request.
The event hall is equipped with induction loops.
Folding chairs as walking aids and 2 rental wheelchairs (with advance notice) are available. Touchscreens, audio guides with some descriptive texts and video guides in sign language are available. Listening stations in the permanent exhibition are accessible for wheelchair users and can be operated barrier-free.





HIER UND JETZT im Museum Ludwig. Und gestern und morgen
atelier le balto, Chargesheimer, Tacita Dean, Gustave Le Gray, Charles Marville, Yoko Ono, Gerhard Richter, Alfred Stieglitz und u.a.
09.03.2024 - 13.10.2024
Kartenlink
Museum Ludwig Köln
Di-So/Fei 10-18, 1. Do im Monat 10-22 h
Heinrich-Böll-Platz, 50667 Köln
0221-22126165


The Museum Ludwig can be reached barrier-free in several ways.

The public "Parkhaus Philharmonie" is located under the Ludwig Museum with 9 paid parking spaces for the disabled. At the gate to the Museum Ludwig (address Bischofsgartenstrasse) there is a lift that takes you to the museum. For more information about the car park, call 0221-221-27380

The main entrances have wide sliding glass doors with contrasts for the visually impaired and open independently. All exhibition levels can be reached via barrier-free elevators. These have wheelchair accessible (low) controls that are also raised and high contrast for the visually impaired.

Seating is available in the exhibition area and in the foyer. There are folding stools (130) and rental wheelchairs (2) available. (Let us know at the cash desk). 1 disabled toilet is in the entrance area, 1 disabled toilet in the exhibition area on the 1st floor.

Cloakroom and lockers with staff are located in the entrance area.

Audio guides (150) on the museum`s collection are available. The audio guide can also be downloaded as an mp3 file from the museum website. There is also an audio guide for children. This can also be downloaded as an mp3 file.

Induction loops for the hearing impaired are available at the ticket office. Mobile induction loops for tours with a tour guide for the hearing impaired are available. Amplifiers for older hearing aids for guides are available.

Guided tours in sign language are offered at selected events.

Assistance dogs are allowed.

The gastronomy is at ground level from the outside and can be reached from the foyer via a ramp.
The public "Parkhaus Philharmonie" is located under the Ludwig Museum with 9 paid parking spaces for the disabled. At the gate to the Museum Ludwig (address Bischofsgartenstrasse) there is a lift that takes you to the museum. For more information about the car park, call 0221-221-27380
The Museum Ludwig can be reached barrier-free in several ways. The ground-level, stepless main entrances have wide glass sliding doors with contrasts for the visually impaired and open independently.
All exhibition levels can be reached via barrier-free elevators. These have wheelchair accessible (low) controls that are also raised and high contrast for the visually impaired.
1 disabled toilet is in the entrance area, 1 disabled toilet in the exhibition area on the 1st floor.
Audio guides (80) on the museum`s collection are available. The audio guide can also be downloaded as an mp3 file from the museum website. There is also an audio guide for children. This can also be downloaded as an mp3 file.
Guided tours in sign language are offered at selected events.
The gastronomy is at ground level from the outside and can be reached from the foyer via a ramp
Mobile induction loops for tours with a tour guide for the hearing impaired are available on request.
Special tours are offered for the blind and visually impaired.
Assistance dogs are allowed.
Workshops are offered for people with dementia changes.
An der Kasse können Klapphocker (80) und Rollstühle (2) ausgeliehen werden. Bei ausgewählten Anlässen werden Führungen in Gebärdensprache angeboten. Es werden Workshops für Menschen mit demenziellen Veränderungen angeboten. Workshops und Führungen werden vom Museumsdienst Köln angeboten und durchgeführt. Auskunft und Buchung unter Tel.: 0221-221-27380





Moritz Moll – Come Outside to Play16.03.2024 - 01.06.2024
Kartenlink
Galerie Biesenbach
Di-Fr 11-19, Sa 12-16 h
Zeughausstraße 26, 50667 Köln
0174-4909635




Roni Horn – Give Me Para­dox or Give Me Death
Fotografie, Zeichnung, Skulptur, Installation
23.03.2024 - 11.08.2024
Kartenlink
Museum Ludwig Köln
Di-So/Fei 10-18, 1. Do im Monat 10-22 h
Heinrich-Böll-Platz, 50667 Köln
0221-22126165


The Museum Ludwig can be reached barrier-free in several ways.

The public "Parkhaus Philharmonie" is located under the Ludwig Museum with 9 paid parking spaces for the disabled. At the gate to the Museum Ludwig (address Bischofsgartenstrasse) there is a lift that takes you to the museum. For more information about the car park, call 0221-221-27380

The main entrances have wide sliding glass doors with contrasts for the visually impaired and open independently. All exhibition levels can be reached via barrier-free elevators. These have wheelchair accessible (low) controls that are also raised and high contrast for the visually impaired.

Seating is available in the exhibition area and in the foyer. There are folding stools (130) and rental wheelchairs (2) available. (Let us know at the cash desk). 1 disabled toilet is in the entrance area, 1 disabled toilet in the exhibition area on the 1st floor.

Cloakroom and lockers with staff are located in the entrance area.

Audio guides (150) on the museum`s collection are available. The audio guide can also be downloaded as an mp3 file from the museum website. There is also an audio guide for children. This can also be downloaded as an mp3 file.

Induction loops for the hearing impaired are available at the ticket office. Mobile induction loops for tours with a tour guide for the hearing impaired are available. Amplifiers for older hearing aids for guides are available.

Guided tours in sign language are offered at selected events.

Assistance dogs are allowed.

The gastronomy is at ground level from the outside and can be reached from the foyer via a ramp.
The public "Parkhaus Philharmonie" is located under the Ludwig Museum with 9 paid parking spaces for the disabled. At the gate to the Museum Ludwig (address Bischofsgartenstrasse) there is a lift that takes you to the museum. For more information about the car park, call 0221-221-27380
The Museum Ludwig can be reached barrier-free in several ways. The ground-level, stepless main entrances have wide glass sliding doors with contrasts for the visually impaired and open independently.
All exhibition levels can be reached via barrier-free elevators. These have wheelchair accessible (low) controls that are also raised and high contrast for the visually impaired.
1 disabled toilet is in the entrance area, 1 disabled toilet in the exhibition area on the 1st floor.
Audio guides (80) on the museum`s collection are available. The audio guide can also be downloaded as an mp3 file from the museum website. There is also an audio guide for children. This can also be downloaded as an mp3 file.
Guided tours in sign language are offered at selected events.
The gastronomy is at ground level from the outside and can be reached from the foyer via a ramp
Mobile induction loops for tours with a tour guide for the hearing impaired are available on request.
Special tours are offered for the blind and visually impaired.
Assistance dogs are allowed.
Workshops are offered for people with dementia changes.
An der Kasse können Klapphocker (80) und Rollstühle (2) ausgeliehen werden. Bei ausgewählten Anlässen werden Führungen in Gebärdensprache angeboten. Es werden Workshops für Menschen mit demenziellen Veränderungen angeboten. Workshops und Führungen werden vom Museumsdienst Köln angeboten und durchgeführt. Auskunft und Buchung unter Tel.: 0221-221-27380





Eröffnung der neuen Dauerausstellung23.03.2024 - 30.09.2024
Kartenlink
Kölnisches Stadtmuseum
Mi-Sa 17-22 Uhr
Minoritenstrasse 13, 50667 Köln
0221-22122398


Das Kölnische Stadtmuseum ist seit 1958 im historischen Zeughaus beheimatet. Der Sammlungsschwerpunkt ist die Kölner Stadtgeschichte. 2 Behindertenparkplätze wurden vor dem Museum eingerichtet. Der Zugang zum Museum ist für Rollstuhlfahrer mittels einer flachen Rampe vor der Eingangstüre barrierefrei möglich.1 behindertengerechtes WC befindet sich im Foyer. Die abschließbaren Garderobenfächer sind barrierefrei erreichbar (das Infoteam hilft sonst gerne). Der Sonderausstellungsbereich ist nur im Erdgeschoss barrierefrei, das Obergeschoss nur mittels einer Treppe zugänglich.Sitzmöglichkeiten sind im Ausstellungsbereich und im Foyer vorhanden. 1 Leihrollstuhl und Klapphocker sind kostenlos an der Kasse erhältlich. Für den Besuch der Dauerausstellung stehen kostenlose Audioguides in verschiedenen Sprachen (Deutsch, Deutsch für Kinder, Englisch und Französisch) zur Verfügung. Hier finden Sie Hörbeiträge zu allen wichtigen Exponaten. Führungen für Blinde/Sehbehinderte sowie in Leichter Sprache werden auf Anfrage unter Tel.: 0221-221-27380 vom Museumsdienst Köln durchgeführt. Für Blinde/Sehbehinderte steht eine Anfasssamlung über den Museumsdienst Köln zur Verfügung. Bei Sonderveranstaltungen hilft das Infoteam.
2 Behindertenparkplätze wurden vor dem Museum eingerichtet.
Der Zugang zum Museum ist für Rollstuhlfahrer mittels einer flachen Rampe vor der Eingangstüre barrierefrei möglich.
1 behindertengerechtes WC befindet sich im Foyer (EG).
Für den Besuch der Dauerausstellung stehen kostenlose Audioguides in verschiedenen Sprachen (Deutsch, Deutsch für Kinder, Englisch und Französisch) zur Verfügung. Hier finden Sie Hörbeiträge zu allen wichtigen Exponaten.
Führungen für Blinde /Sehbehinderte werden auf Anfrage unter Tel.: 0221-221-27380 vom Museumsdeinst Köln durchgeführt. Es steht eine Anfasssamlung zur Verfügung.
Führungen in Leichter Sprache werden auf Anfrage unter Tel.: 0221-221-27380 vom Museumsdienst Köln durchgeführt.
Für den Besuch der Dauerausstellung stehen kostenlose Audioguides in verschiedenen Sprachen (Deutsch, Deutsch für Kinder, Englisch und Französisch) zur Verfügung. Hier finden Sie Hörbeiträge zu allen wichtigen Exponaten. Führungen für Blinde/Sehbehinderte sowie in Leichter Sprache werden auf Anfrage unter Tel.: 0221-221-27380 vom Museumsdienst Köln durchgeführt. Es steht eine Anfasssamlung zur Verfügung.





Nick Brandt – The Day May Break, Kapitel 1 - 3
Eine globale Serie, die Menschen und Tiere porträtiert, die von Umweltzerstörung und Klimawandel betroffen sind.
27.03.2024 - 15.08.2024
Kartenlink
in focus Galerie
Di-Fr 16-19, Sa 11-15 h
Hauptstrasse 114, 50996 Köln
0221-1300341




Nick Brandt – The Day May Break, Kapitel 1 - 327.03.2024 - 15.08.2024
Vernissage: 23.03.2024 19-21 Uhr
Kartenlink
in focus Galerie
Di-Fr 16-19, Sa 11-15 h
Hauptstrasse 114, 50996 Köln
0221-1300341




Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, Tom Wesselmann02.04.2024 - 01.06.2024
Kartenlink
Galerie Benden & Ackermann
Di-Fr 11-18, Sa 11-16 h u.n.V.
Maybachstraße 8, 50670 Köln
0221-2579727




Rose Wylie – Stack and Dangle07.04.2024 - 26.05.2024
Kartenlink
Jari Lager Gallery
Mi-Fr 11-13/14-18, Sa 11-14 h u.n.V.
Wormserstr. 23, 50677 Köln
0221-16992540




Blue binding ribbon
Gruppenausstellung mit Workshops, Führungen und Diskussionen
13.04.2024 - 02.06.2024
Vernissage: 12.04.2024 19 Uhr
Kartenlink
Temporary Gallery
Do+Fr 14-18, Sa+So 13-17 h
Mauritiuswall 35, 50676 Köln
0221-30234466




Nadine Schemmann – Behind Flying Fields13.04.2024 - 01.06.2024
Vernissage: 12.04.2024 18-21 Uhr
Kartenlink
Galerie Norbert Arns
Di-Fr 12-18, Sa 12-16 h
Lindenstr. 19, 50674 Köln
0151-65108248




Dong-Yeon Kim – The holy city13.04.2024 - 31.05.2024
Vernissage: 12.04.2024 18-21 Uhr
Kartenlink
Krings-Ernst Galerie
Di-Fr 15-18, Sa 12-16 h u.n.V.
Goltsteinstr. 106 (110) , 50968 Köln
0221-382048




Karin Hochstatter – Daran13.04.2024 - 24.06.2024
Vernissage: 12.04.2024 18-21 Uhr
Kartenlink
Galerie Ulrich Mueller
Di-Fr 10-12/15-18, Sa 11-16 h u.n.V.
Breibergstraße 1, 50939 Köln
0221-414864




Rebecca Ann Tess – 2Dbody3Dcode13.04.2024 - 01.06.2024
Vernissage: 12.04.2024 19-22 Uhr
Kartenlink
Philipp von Rosen Galerie
Di-Fr 11-18, Sa 12-17 h
Aachener Straße 65, 50674 Köln
0221-27056840




Elfriede Stegemeyer/elde steeg.
Photographs 1932-1938 from the Gerd Sander Collection
13.04.2024 - 06.07.2024
Vernissage: 12.04.2024 18-20 Uhr
Kartenlink
Galerie Julian Sander
Di-Fr 12-18 h
Bonner Str. 82, 50677 Köln
0221-1705070




WOLS13.04.2024 - 29.06.2024
Vernissage: 13.04.2024 17-20 Uhr
Kartenlink
Galerie Karsten Greve
Di-Fr 10-18.30, Sa 10-18 h
Drususgasse 1-5, 50667 Köln
0221-2571012




Eberhard Ross – resonance19.04.2024 - 01.06.2024
Vernissage: 19.04.2024 19-21 Uhr
Kartenlink
Galerie Anja Knoess
Mi-Fr 11-19, Sa 11-16 h u.n.V
Große Brinkgasse 17-19, 50672 Köln
0221-2706737




Erwin Bechtold, Max Ernst, Bernhard Heisig, Antoni Tàpies
Vier Mappenwerke
21.04.2024 - 30.06.2024
Kartenlink
Galerie Helmut Dreiseitel
nach Vereinbarung
Rheingasse 14, 50676 Köln
0221-483888




Matthias Mayer. Stream - Water Landscapes26.04.2024 - 15.06.2024
Vernissage: 26.04.2024 19-21 Uhr
Kartenlink
Martina Kaiser
Di-Fr 13-18, Sa 11-16 h u.n.V.
Bismarckstrasse 50, 50672 Köln
0221-50284924




Kulturretter*innen: wie widerstehen?26.04.2024 - 11.08.2024
Kartenlink
NS-Dokumentationszentrum
Di,Mi,Fr 10-16, Do 10-18, Sa/So 11-16 h
Appellhofplatz 23-25, 50667 Köln
0221-22126331


The NS documentation center in the EL-DE house is located in a listed building that is not yet optimally equipped for barrier-free access, as certain building measures are not possible due to the monument protection. Disabled parking spaces are located near the museum, e.g. on Elisenstraße.

The entrance is not at ground level, the level of the museum is reached via five steps. The museum is currently only accessible to wheelchair users via a rear entrance upon request. The elevator in the museum can be used with the assistance of the staff, but is not suitable for large electric elevators because it is too small. The elevator leads to the exhibition levels from the ground floor to the second floor. The memorial in the basement of the building can be reached at ground level via a gateway across the courtyard.

A wheelchair and a walker are available, so that all exhibition rooms can be visited with a wheelchair. A disabled toilet is located in the checkout area and is accessible without restrictions.

The cloakroom is located in the cash desk area and is accessible without restrictions.

Audio guides with hearing aids are available.

Media stations (at different locations) and listening stations are accessible for wheelchair users and can be operated barrier-free.

Guided tours in sign language are offered if required after registration.

Special exhibition entrance: 100cm and on the 1st floor. Basement hallway: 87cm Staircase door: 76 cm (76 with door handle). Courtyard door: 102 cm elevator dimensions: 80.5 width and 101.5 depth, elevator door: 91 cm
Disabled parking spaces are located near the museum, e.g. on Elisenstraße.
The entrance is not at ground level, the level of the museum is reached via five steps. The museum is currently only accessible to wheelchair users via a rear entrance with staff assistance. If you are not accompanied, please call ahead.
A disabled toilet is located in the checkout area and is accessible without restrictions.
The elevator in the museum can be used with the assistance of the staff, but is not suitable for large electric elevators because it is too small. The elevator leads to the exhibition levels from the ground floor to the second floor. There is a loan wheelchair and a walker available, so that all exhibition rooms can be visited.
Guided tours in sign language are available on request.
An assistance dog is allowed.
The cloakroom is located in the cash desk area and is accessible without restrictions. There is a loan wheelchair and a walker available, so that all exhibition rooms can be visited.

Audio guides with hearing aids are available. Media stations (at different locations) and listening stations are accessible for wheelchair users and can be operated barrier-free. Guided tours in sign language are offered if required after registration.
5 audio guides with hearing aids are available





Kulturretter:innen26.04.2024 - 11.08.2024
Kartenlink
Museum Schnütgen
Di-So 10-18, Do 10-20 h, 1.Do im Monat 10-22 h
Cäcilienstraße 29-33, 50667 Köln
0221-2211355


The Schnütgen Museum and the Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum are housed in a building ensemble consisting of a new building and parts of the historic building.

Underneath the museum complex is an underground car park with disabled parking spaces and a barrier-free elevator to the common foyer of both museums. The museums can be reached at ground level via a flat ramp.

The entrance door opens automatically. The door widths are sufficient for wheelchairs, the elevator in the foyer can be reached at ground level and, like the cash register, has a guide strip for the blind.

Disabled toilets (m/f) are located in the basement and can be reached barrier-free via the elevator from the foyer.

The barrier-free elevator only takes you to the sanitary facilities in the basement and to the exhibition rooms of the Rautenstrauch-Joest Museum. The new building and parts of the Schnütgen Museum are accessible at ground level.

A visit to the Cäcilienkirche is possible for wheelchair users in the gallery area and, after a brief prior notification at the ticket office, via the outer ramp at the Cäciliengarten. There is no elevator.

Seating is available in the exhibition area and in the foyer. Folding chairs as walking aids and 2 rental wheelchairs are available. Not all exhibition areas are wheelchair accessible (Cäcilienkirche, study collection).

The disabled toilets in the basement are accessible without restrictions. Cloakroom and lockers in the basement are freely accessible; There are guide strips for the blind in the foyer.

Audio guides are available, some with descriptive texts and medieval music.

Guided tours in simple language and individual tours can be requested via the Museumsdienst Köln.

The gastronomy in the ground-level foyer is barrier-free accessible, the outdoor gastronomy in the courtyard area, which is open in summer, can be reached via a ramp.
An underground car park with disabled parking spaces and a barrier-free elevator is located under the museum.
The museum can be reached at ground level via a flat ramp. The entrance door opens automatically. A visit to the Cäcilienkirche is possible for wheelchair users in the gallery area and, after a brief prior notification at the ticket office, via the outer ramp at the Cäciliengarten.
Disabled toilets are located in the basement and can be reached barrier-free via the elevator.
The barrier-free elevator takes you to the sanitary facilities in the basement and to the exhibition rooms of the Rautenstrauch-Joest Museum. The new building and parts of the Schnütgen Museum can be reached at ground level - without a lift.
The gastronomy in the ground-level entrance area is barrier-free accessible, the outdoor gastronomy in the courtyard area, which is open in summer, can be reached via a ramp.
Audio guides are available, some with descriptive texts and medieval music.
Guided tours in simple language can be requested from the Museumsdienst Köln.
Folding chairs as walking aids or wheelchairs (2) can be borrowed from the information desk. Guided tours in simple language can be requested from the Museumsdienst Köln. Individual guided tours can also be requested via the Museumsdienst Köln.





Accrochage YOUR MIND IS YOURS26.04.2024 - 12.07.2024
Kartenlink
Galerie Brigitte Schenk
Di-Fr 11-14/15-18, Sa 11-15 h
Albertusstraße 26, 50667 Köln
0221-9250901




Chargesheimer27.04.2024 - 10.11.2024
Kartenlink
Museum Ludwig Köln
Di-So/Fei 10-18, 1. Do im Monat 10-22 h
Heinrich-Böll-Platz, 50667 Köln
0221-22126165


The Museum Ludwig can be reached barrier-free in several ways.

The public "Parkhaus Philharmonie" is located under the Ludwig Museum with 9 paid parking spaces for the disabled. At the gate to the Museum Ludwig (address Bischofsgartenstrasse) there is a lift that takes you to the museum. For more information about the car park, call 0221-221-27380

The main entrances have wide sliding glass doors with contrasts for the visually impaired and open independently. All exhibition levels can be reached via barrier-free elevators. These have wheelchair accessible (low) controls that are also raised and high contrast for the visually impaired.

Seating is available in the exhibition area and in the foyer. There are folding stools (130) and rental wheelchairs (2) available. (Let us know at the cash desk). 1 disabled toilet is in the entrance area, 1 disabled toilet in the exhibition area on the 1st floor.

Cloakroom and lockers with staff are located in the entrance area.

Audio guides (150) on the museum`s collection are available. The audio guide can also be downloaded as an mp3 file from the museum website. There is also an audio guide for children. This can also be downloaded as an mp3 file.

Induction loops for the hearing impaired are available at the ticket office. Mobile induction loops for tours with a tour guide for the hearing impaired are available. Amplifiers for older hearing aids for guides are available.

Guided tours in sign language are offered at selected events.

Assistance dogs are allowed.

The gastronomy is at ground level from the outside and can be reached from the foyer via a ramp.
The public "Parkhaus Philharmonie" is located under the Ludwig Museum with 9 paid parking spaces for the disabled. At the gate to the Museum Ludwig (address Bischofsgartenstrasse) there is a lift that takes you to the museum. For more information about the car park, call 0221-221-27380
The Museum Ludwig can be reached barrier-free in several ways. The ground-level, stepless main entrances have wide glass sliding doors with contrasts for the visually impaired and open independently.
All exhibition levels can be reached via barrier-free elevators. These have wheelchair accessible (low) controls that are also raised and high contrast for the visually impaired.
1 disabled toilet is in the entrance area, 1 disabled toilet in the exhibition area on the 1st floor.
Audio guides (80) on the museum`s collection are available. The audio guide can also be downloaded as an mp3 file from the museum website. There is also an audio guide for children. This can also be downloaded as an mp3 file.
Guided tours in sign language are offered at selected events.
The gastronomy is at ground level from the outside and can be reached from the foyer via a ramp
Mobile induction loops for tours with a tour guide for the hearing impaired are available on request.
Special tours are offered for the blind and visually impaired.
Assistance dogs are allowed.
Workshops are offered for people with dementia changes.
An der Kasse können Klapphocker (80) und Rollstühle (2) ausgeliehen werden. Bei ausgewählten Anlässen werden Führungen in Gebärdensprache angeboten. Es werden Workshops für Menschen mit demenziellen Veränderungen angeboten. Workshops und Führungen werden vom Museumsdienst Köln angeboten und durchgeführt. Auskunft und Buchung unter Tel.: 0221-221-27380





Frances Stark01.05.2024 - 30.06.2024
Kartenlink
Galerie Buchholz
Di-Fr 11-18, Sa 11-16 h
Neven-Du-Mont-Str. 17, 50667 Köln
0221-2574946




Burkhard Mönnich – Uncanny Felly04.05.2024 - 07.06.2024
Vernissage: 03.05.2024 19-21 Uhr
Kartenlink
Martinetz
Mi-Fr 13-18, Sa 13-17 h
Moltketsr. 81, 50674 Köln
0221-25914107




Ulrich Pester04.05.2024 - 15.06.2024
Vernissage: 03.05.2024 18-21 Uhr
Kartenlink
Thomas Rehbein Galerie
Di-Fr 11-13/14-18, Sa 11-16 h
Aachener Straße 5, 50674 Köln
0221-3101000




„Kunst ist das Programm!"
Alfred Salmony und die Sammlung des Museums für Ostasiatische Kunst Köln während der Weimarer Republik 1918-1933
09.05.2024 - 03.11.2024
Kartenlink
Museum für Ostasiatische Kunst
Di-So 11-17, Do 11-20, 1. Do im Monat 11-22 h
Universitätsstraße 100, 50674 Köln
0221-22128608


The Museum of East Asian Art is housed in a low-rise building on the Aachener Weiher, which was built according to plans by the Japanese architect and Le Corbusier student Kunio Maekawa and expanded in 1955. Sufficient parking space is available directly at the museum, there are 2 parking spaces for the disabled.

The museum is barrier-free accessible at ground level, a door opener is available. In the entrance area, a staircase leads to the foyer, which is one meter lower. Next to the staircase there is a barrier-free wheelchair lift, which is operated by the staff.

All exhibition rooms, the museum cafe, the museum shop as well as the disabled toilets and the cloakroom can be reached from the foyer at ground level and are barrier-free.

Seating is available in the exhibition area and in the foyer. 1 rental wheelchair and folding stool (20) are available. An inductive audio system is available.

Guided tours on the topics of "silk" and "tea" are offered for the blind/visually impaired.

Individual guided tours can be requested from the Cologne Museum Service.

Assistance dogs are allowed.
Sufficient parking space is available directly at the museum, there are 2 parking spaces for the disabled.
The museum is barrier-free accessible at ground level, a door opener is available.
In the entrance area, a staircase leads to the foyer, which is one meter lower. Next to the staircase there is a barrier-free elevator, which is operated by the staff. All exhibition rooms, the museum cafe, the museum shop as well as the disabled toilets and the cloakroom can be reached from the foyer at ground level and are barrier-free.
Disabled toilets are located in the foyer area.
Guided tours on the topics of "silk" and "tea" are offered for the blind/visually impaired.
In the entrance area, a staircase leads to the foyer, which is one meter lower. Next to the staircase there is a barrier-free elevator, which is operated by the staff. The museum café can be reached from the foyer at ground level and is barrier-free.
Assistance dogs are allowed.
1 rental wheelchair and folding stool (20) are available.

Individual guided tours can be requested from the Cologne Museum Service.





Anna Bochkova – Amoured Concrete10.05.2024 - 22.06.2024
Vernissage: 08.05.2024 20-22 Uhr
Kartenlink
artothek - Raum für junge Kunst
Di-Fr 13-19, Sa 13-16 h
Am Hof 50, 50667 Köln
0221-22122332




Künstler der Galerie & Gäste – Big Bang10.05.2024 - 01.06.2024
Kartenlink
Galerie Pamme-Vogelsang
Di-Fr 11-18.30, Sa 11-15 h u.n.V.
Hahnenstraße 33, 50667 Köln
0221-80158763




Emma Brennan, Áine O’Hara, Mark Buckeridge, Jellyspoor – Potluck
Wachsende Installation in drei Akten
10.05.2024 - 16.06.2024
Vernissage: 10.05.2024 19:30 Uhr
Kartenlink
Kunst-Station Sankt Peter Köln
Di-Sa 11-17, So 13-17 h
Leonhard-Tietz-Str. 6, 50676 Köln
0221-9213030




Liminal II
Künstler der Galerie
11.05.2024 - 30.08.2024
Vernissage: 11.05.2024 18-20 Uhr
Kartenlink
Priska Pasquer
Di-Fr 11-18, Sa 11-16 h
Konrad-Adenauer-Ufer 83, 50668 Köln
0170-4230636




Christian Frosch – wenn Roboter malen
VC - Malereiforschung
18.05.2024 - 22.06.2024
Vernissage: 18.05.2024 16-19 Uhr
Kartenlink
Galerie Werner Klein
Mi-Fr 10-12/14-18, Sa 11-15 h u.n.V.
Volksgartenstraße 10, 50677 Köln
0221-2585112




Claus Richter – A deliberate waste of precious time24.05.2024 - 06.07.2024
Vernissage: 23.05.2024 18-21 Uhr
Kartenlink
Clages
Di-Fr 13-18, Sa 13-17 h
Brüsseler Straße 5, 50674 Köln
0221-99209181




Monika Sosnowska25.05.2024 - 29.06.2024
Vernissage: 24.05.2024 18-20 Uhr
Kartenlink
Galerie Gisela Capitain
Di-Fr 10-18, Sa 11-18 h
St.-Apern-Straße 20-26, 50667 Köln
0221-3557010




Chris Korda – Artist's Con(tra)ception25.05.2024 - 14.07.2024
Vernissage: 24.05.2024 18-21 Uhr
Kartenlink
Kölnischer Kunstverein
Di-So 11-18 h
Hahnenstraße 6, 50667 Köln
0221-217021




Hugo Schmölz und Karl Hugo Schmölz
Werbe- und Architekturfotografie / Vintage der 1930er bis 1950er Jahre
27.05.2024 - 15.06.2024
Vernissage: 26.05.2024 18-21 Uhr
Kartenlink
Van der Grinten Galerie
Mi-Fr 11-18, Sa 12-18 h u.n.V.
Gertrudenstr. 29, 50667 Köln
0221-29859175



Digitale Montage eines blaugrau geschminkten Auges mit Ausschnitten von Hautoberflächen in Nahsicht
Digitale Montage eines blaugrau geschminkten Auges mit Ausschnitten von Hautoberflächen in Nahsicht

Gina Bojahr – No Makeup Makeup29.05.2024 - 02.06.2024
Vernissage: 29.05.2024 18 Uhr
Kartenlink
Glasmoog
Do/Fr 16-19, Sa 14-18 h u.n.V.
Filzengraben 2a, 50676 Köln
0221-20189213



In her diploma exhibition, Gina Bojahr examines "beauty work" as a process that is both contradictory and fascinating. The advent of beauty filters and digital imaging has led to unattainable ideas and beliefs about beauty. As the visibility of authentic skin and bodies decreases, these technologies are changing our self-image. In a multi-part series of images, the artist examines increasing self-surveillance and the associated forensic gaze. She questions this microscopic scrutiny of our own appearance and explores the concept of skin, self-care, beauty products and practices.

Abb.: Gina Bojahr, No Makeup Makeup (Ausschnitt) digitale Montage, 2024



Melike Kara30.05.2024 - 27.07.2024
Vernissage: 29.05.2024 18-21 Uhr
Kartenlink
Jan Kaps
Do-So 15-19 h
Jülicher Strasse 24a, 50674 Köln
0221-82820212




Im Auge des Orkans
Group Show
31.05.2024 - 27.07.2024
Vernissage: 31.05.2024 18-20 Uhr
Kartenlink
Galerie Anke Schmidt
Di-Fr 11-18, Sa 12-18 h
Schönhauser Str. 8, 50968 Köln
0221-315717




MUTTERSEIN Ein theatrales Sammelsurium
Eva-Maria Baumeister und ein vielstimmiger Chor zu Gast im RJM
06.06.2024 - 28.07.2024
Kartenlink
Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum - Kulturen der Welt
Di-So 10-18, Do 10-20 h
Cäcilienstraße 29-33, 50667 Köln
0221-22131356


The Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum and the Schnütgen Museum are housed in a building ensemble that consists of a new building and historical parts of the building. Below the museum complex there is an underground car park with parking spaces for the disabled and a barrier-free elevator to the shared foyer of the two museums.

The museums can be reached at ground level via a flat ramp. The front door opens automatically.

All door widths in the Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum are suitable for wheelchairs. Disabled toilets (m/f) are located in the basement and can be reached barrier-free via the elevator from the foyer.

The cash register is marked with guide strips for the blind, as is the elevator in the foyer, which can be reached at ground level. The barrier-free elevators (2) take you to all exhibition levels, the elevators are suitable for wheelchairs. Cloakroom and lockers are located in the basement and are freely accessible.

Seating is available in the exhibition area and in the foyer. Folding chairs as walking aids and 2 rental wheelchairs (with advance notice) are available.

Touchscreens, audio guides with some descriptive texts and video guides in sign language are available. mp3 files can be downloaded from the homepage.

Listening stations in the permanent exhibition are accessible for wheelchair users and can be operated barrier-free. The event hall is equipped with induction loops.

An assistance dog is allowed upon request.

The gastronomy in the ground-level entrance area is barrier-free accessible, the outdoor gastronomy in the courtyard area, which is open in summer, can be reached via a ramp.
There is an underground car park under the museum with parking spaces for the disabled and a barrier-free elevator to the foyer.
The museum can be reached at ground level via a flat ramp. The front door opens automatically.
2 disabled toilets (m/f) in the basement are fully accessible via the elevator.
The 2 barrier-free elevators take you to all exhibition levels, the elevators are suitable for wheelchairs. The elevator in the foyer can be reached at ground level. A guide strip for the blind leads to the elevator.
Guide strips for the blind in the foyer lead to the ticket office and the elevator. Tactile objects are available in some areas of the museum.
100 audio guides are available. mp3 files can be downloaded from the homepage.
Guided tours in sign language on the video guides. Films in sign language explain the themed course and show the highlights of the exhibition.
The gastronomy in the ground-level entrance area is barrier-free accessible, the outdoor gastronomy in the courtyard area, which is open in summer, can be reached via a ramp.
An assistance dog is allowed upon request.
The event hall is equipped with induction loops.
Folding chairs as walking aids and 2 rental wheelchairs (with advance notice) are available. Touchscreens, audio guides with some descriptive texts and video guides in sign language are available. Listening stations in the permanent exhibition are accessible for wheelchair users and can be operated barrier-free.





Rana Begum, Fergus Feehily, Pius Fox, Lutz Fritsch, Imi Knoebel, Gereon Krebber, Daniel Lergon, Kai Richter, Winston Roeth, Natascha Schmitten, Richard Tuttle u.a.
Group Show
07.06.2024 - 27.07.2024
Vernissage: 07.06.2024 18-21 Uhr
Kartenlink
Galerie Christian Lethert
Di-Fr 14-18, Sa 10-16 h u.n.V.
Antwerpener Straße 4, 50672 Köln
0221-3560590




Sergio Femar, Árpád Forgó – Volumen08.06.2024 - 24.08.2024
Kartenlink
Galerie Biesenbach
Di-Fr 11-19, Sa 12-16 h
Zeughausstraße 26, 50667 Köln
0174-4909635




Kathrin Rabenort, Christiane Rascha – ceiling, five walls and a floor
Skulptur und Installation
08.06.2024 - 23.06.2024
Vernissage: 07.06.2024 18-21 UHr
Kartenlink
Moltkerei Werkstatt
Do-Sa 15-18 h u.n.V.
Moltkestr. 8, 50674 Köln
0221-7391994




Matthew Stone09.06.2024 - 28.07.2024
Vernissage: 08.06.2024 16-19 Uhr
Kartenlink
Jari Lager Gallery
Mi-Fr 11-13/14-18, Sa 11-14 h u.n.V.
Wormserstr. 23, 50677 Köln
0221-16992540