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EXHIBITIONS in Linnich


Junge Rebellen – Polke, Richter & Friends
Experimentelle Avantgarde im Spannungsfeld von Glaskunst, Malerei und Fotografie
29.10.2023 - 07.07.2024
Kartenlink
Deutsches Glasmalerei-Museum Linnich
Di-So 11-17 h
Rurstrasse 9-11, 52441 Linnich
02462-99170


The German Glass Painting Museum Linnich is housed in a former grain mill in the city center of Linnich and uses historical glass paintings and contemporary glass art to convey the history and technology of glass painting. On seven floors, visitors will find the glass art as windows, as large-format pictures or in the form of modern glass steles and sculptures.

1 public, designated disabled parking space (address: Rurstraße 5) is located in front of Café Schrapper, 20 meters from the museum. On the widened sidewalk, there are also spaces for wheelchair users in the outdoor gastronomy in summer.

Access to the museum is at ground level and stepless via a double door next to the revolving door of the main entrance. This will be opened by the staff. A bell is available.

All 7 exhibition levels of the museum can be reached with the barrier-free elevator or stair lift.

1 disabled toilet is located on the 5th exhibition level.

Folding stools can be borrowed.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are conducted on request. Tangible objects are available (mobile museum).

Introductions to the technique of glass painting are offered in the museum workshop, e.g. for blind people and various target groups.

An assistance dog is allowed.
1 public, designated disabled parking space (address: Rurstraße 5) is located in front of Café Schrapper, 20 meters from the museum.
Access to the museum is at ground level and stepless via a double door next to the revolving door of the main entrance. This will be opened by the staff. A bell is available.
1 disabled toilet is available.
All exhibition levels can be reached with the barrier-free elevator or stair l
Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired on request. Tactile objects are available (mobile museum). Introductions to the technique of glass painting are offered in the museum workshop, e.g. for the blind and other target groups.
Café Schrapper is located at the public disabled parking lot (address: Rurstraße 5), 20 meters from the museum. On the widened sidewalk, there are also spaces for wheelchair users in the outdoor gastronomy in summer.
An assistance dog is allowed.
Folding stools can be borrowed. Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are conducted on request. Tangible objects are available (mobile museum). Introductions to the technique of glass painting are offered in the museum workshop, e.g. for the blind and for other target groups.





Dauerausstellung zur Geschichte der Glasmalerei
Sammlungsschwerpunkt: Glasgemälde des 20. und 21. Jahrhunderts
01.01.2024 - 31.12.2024
Kartenlink
Deutsches Glasmalerei-Museum Linnich
Di-So 11-17 h
Rurstrasse 9-11, 52441 Linnich
02462-99170


The German Glass Painting Museum Linnich is housed in a former grain mill in the city center of Linnich and uses historical glass paintings and contemporary glass art to convey the history and technology of glass painting. On seven floors, visitors will find the glass art as windows, as large-format pictures or in the form of modern glass steles and sculptures.

1 public, designated disabled parking space (address: Rurstraße 5) is located in front of Café Schrapper, 20 meters from the museum. On the widened sidewalk, there are also spaces for wheelchair users in the outdoor gastronomy in summer.

Access to the museum is at ground level and stepless via a double door next to the revolving door of the main entrance. This will be opened by the staff. A bell is available.

All 7 exhibition levels of the museum can be reached with the barrier-free elevator or stair lift.

1 disabled toilet is located on the 5th exhibition level.

Folding stools can be borrowed.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are conducted on request. Tangible objects are available (mobile museum).

Introductions to the technique of glass painting are offered in the museum workshop, e.g. for blind people and various target groups.

An assistance dog is allowed.
1 public, designated disabled parking space (address: Rurstraße 5) is located in front of Café Schrapper, 20 meters from the museum.
Access to the museum is at ground level and stepless via a double door next to the revolving door of the main entrance. This will be opened by the staff. A bell is available.
1 disabled toilet is available.
All exhibition levels can be reached with the barrier-free elevator or stair l
Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired on request. Tactile objects are available (mobile museum). Introductions to the technique of glass painting are offered in the museum workshop, e.g. for the blind and other target groups.
Café Schrapper is located at the public disabled parking lot (address: Rurstraße 5), 20 meters from the museum. On the widened sidewalk, there are also spaces for wheelchair users in the outdoor gastronomy in summer.
An assistance dog is allowed.
Folding stools can be borrowed. Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are conducted on request. Tangible objects are available (mobile museum). Introductions to the technique of glass painting are offered in the museum workshop, e.g. for the blind and for other target groups.