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EXHIBITIONS in Siegburg


Ruth Baumgarte – I Believe in Woman
Frauenbilder 1940-2011
14.04.2024 - 07.07.2024
Vernissage: 14.04.2024 11:30 Uhr
Kartenlink
Stadtmuseum Siegburg
Di-Sa 10-17, So 10-18 h
Markt 46, 53721 Siegburg
02241-9698510


The Stadtmuseum Siegburg is located in the city center of Siegburg. There are a total of 7 disabled parking spaces in the vicinity of the museum. These are between 50 and 200 meters from the entrance to the museum. Locations: Zeughausstraße 5 (1 space), Herrengartenstraße tax office (4 spaces), Herrengartenstraße 4 (1 space), Neue Poststraße 2 (1 space).

A map of the city with disabled parking spaces can be found on the museum website.

The entrance to the City Museum is on the market square. Access with wheelchairs and walkers is via a ramp to the left of the entrance stairs with a gradient of up to 13.5%. For support, you can announce your visit to the museum ticket office (tel: 02241-102-7410).

The elevator is barrier-free for wheelchair users. All four floors of the museum can be reached via the elevator. Old cellars and remains of houses can be seen in the basement of the museum. The ground is very uneven here. Two steep ramps connect the rooms. If you need assistance, let the ticket office know when you arrive or announce your visit to the museum at the ticket office (tel: 02241-102-7410).

A disabled toilet is located in the basement and can be reached barrier-free with the elevator.

3 thematic tours are offered for people with dementia changes and their relatives as well as workshops for cancer patients. Audio guides with guided tours of the museum are available for people with hearing impairments, visually impaired and in plain language.

There are 10 tactile objects available.

20 folding stools can be borrowed.

One assistance dog is allowed.
There are a total of 7 disabled parking spaces in the vicinity of the museum. These are between 50 and 200 meters from the entrance to the museum. Locations: Zeughausstraße 5 (1 space), Herrengartenstraße tax office (4 spaces), Herrengartenstraße 4 (1 space), Neue Poststraße 2 (1 space). A map of the city with disabled parking spaces can be found on the museum website.
The entrance to the City Museum is on the market square. Access with wheelchairs and walkers is via a ramp to the left of the entrance stairs with a gradient of up to 13.5%. For support, you can announce your visit at the museum ticket office. (tel: 02241-102-7410).
The elevator is barrier-free for wheelchair users. All four floors of the museum can be reached via the elevator. Old cellars and remains of houses can be seen in the basement of the museum. The ground is very uneven here. Two steep ramps connect the rooms. If you need assistance, let the ticket office know when you arrive or announce your visit to the museum at the ticket office. (tel: 02241-102-7410).
A disabled toilet is located in the basement and can be reached barrier-free with the elevator.
The museum café is barrier-free.
20 folding stools can be borrowed. 3 thematic tours for people with dementia changes and workshops for cancer patients are offered. Further barrier-free / inclusive offers are being planned.
An assistance dog is allowed.
Signposts in plain language available. Audio guides with easy-to-understand tours of the museum
Audio guides with guided tours of the museum are available for people with visual impairments, hearing impairments and in plain language.
There are 10 tactile objects available. 3 audio guides (tablets) with guided tours through the museum for people with visual impairments can be borrowed.





Laurent Petit, Benoît Pouplard
Zeitgenössische Keramik aus Frankreich
13.07.2024 - 01.09.2024
Vernissage: 14.07.2024 11:30 Uhr
Kartenlink
Stadtmuseum Siegburg
Di-Sa 10-17, So 10-18 h
Markt 46, 53721 Siegburg
02241-9698510


The Stadtmuseum Siegburg is located in the city center of Siegburg. There are a total of 7 disabled parking spaces in the vicinity of the museum. These are between 50 and 200 meters from the entrance to the museum. Locations: Zeughausstraße 5 (1 space), Herrengartenstraße tax office (4 spaces), Herrengartenstraße 4 (1 space), Neue Poststraße 2 (1 space).

A map of the city with disabled parking spaces can be found on the museum website.

The entrance to the City Museum is on the market square. Access with wheelchairs and walkers is via a ramp to the left of the entrance stairs with a gradient of up to 13.5%. For support, you can announce your visit to the museum ticket office (tel: 02241-102-7410).

The elevator is barrier-free for wheelchair users. All four floors of the museum can be reached via the elevator. Old cellars and remains of houses can be seen in the basement of the museum. The ground is very uneven here. Two steep ramps connect the rooms. If you need assistance, let the ticket office know when you arrive or announce your visit to the museum at the ticket office (tel: 02241-102-7410).

A disabled toilet is located in the basement and can be reached barrier-free with the elevator.

3 thematic tours are offered for people with dementia changes and their relatives as well as workshops for cancer patients. Audio guides with guided tours of the museum are available for people with hearing impairments, visually impaired and in plain language.

There are 10 tactile objects available.

20 folding stools can be borrowed.

One assistance dog is allowed.
There are a total of 7 disabled parking spaces in the vicinity of the museum. These are between 50 and 200 meters from the entrance to the museum. Locations: Zeughausstraße 5 (1 space), Herrengartenstraße tax office (4 spaces), Herrengartenstraße 4 (1 space), Neue Poststraße 2 (1 space). A map of the city with disabled parking spaces can be found on the museum website.
The entrance to the City Museum is on the market square. Access with wheelchairs and walkers is via a ramp to the left of the entrance stairs with a gradient of up to 13.5%. For support, you can announce your visit at the museum ticket office. (tel: 02241-102-7410).
The elevator is barrier-free for wheelchair users. All four floors of the museum can be reached via the elevator. Old cellars and remains of houses can be seen in the basement of the museum. The ground is very uneven here. Two steep ramps connect the rooms. If you need assistance, let the ticket office know when you arrive or announce your visit to the museum at the ticket office. (tel: 02241-102-7410).
A disabled toilet is located in the basement and can be reached barrier-free with the elevator.
The museum café is barrier-free.
20 folding stools can be borrowed. 3 thematic tours for people with dementia changes and workshops for cancer patients are offered. Further barrier-free / inclusive offers are being planned.
An assistance dog is allowed.
Signposts in plain language available. Audio guides with easy-to-understand tours of the museum
Audio guides with guided tours of the museum are available for people with visual impairments, hearing impairments and in plain language.
There are 10 tactile objects available. 3 audio guides (tablets) with guided tours through the museum for people with visual impairments can be borrowed.





Rita Rohlfing
Malerei, Objekt, Installation
15.09.2024 - 10.11.2024
Kartenlink
Stadtmuseum Siegburg
Di-Sa 10-17, So 10-18 h
Markt 46, 53721 Siegburg
02241-9698510


The Stadtmuseum Siegburg is located in the city center of Siegburg. There are a total of 7 disabled parking spaces in the vicinity of the museum. These are between 50 and 200 meters from the entrance to the museum. Locations: Zeughausstraße 5 (1 space), Herrengartenstraße tax office (4 spaces), Herrengartenstraße 4 (1 space), Neue Poststraße 2 (1 space).

A map of the city with disabled parking spaces can be found on the museum website.

The entrance to the City Museum is on the market square. Access with wheelchairs and walkers is via a ramp to the left of the entrance stairs with a gradient of up to 13.5%. For support, you can announce your visit to the museum ticket office (tel: 02241-102-7410).

The elevator is barrier-free for wheelchair users. All four floors of the museum can be reached via the elevator. Old cellars and remains of houses can be seen in the basement of the museum. The ground is very uneven here. Two steep ramps connect the rooms. If you need assistance, let the ticket office know when you arrive or announce your visit to the museum at the ticket office (tel: 02241-102-7410).

A disabled toilet is located in the basement and can be reached barrier-free with the elevator.

3 thematic tours are offered for people with dementia changes and their relatives as well as workshops for cancer patients. Audio guides with guided tours of the museum are available for people with hearing impairments, visually impaired and in plain language.

There are 10 tactile objects available.

20 folding stools can be borrowed.

One assistance dog is allowed.
There are a total of 7 disabled parking spaces in the vicinity of the museum. These are between 50 and 200 meters from the entrance to the museum. Locations: Zeughausstraße 5 (1 space), Herrengartenstraße tax office (4 spaces), Herrengartenstraße 4 (1 space), Neue Poststraße 2 (1 space). A map of the city with disabled parking spaces can be found on the museum website.
The entrance to the City Museum is on the market square. Access with wheelchairs and walkers is via a ramp to the left of the entrance stairs with a gradient of up to 13.5%. For support, you can announce your visit at the museum ticket office. (tel: 02241-102-7410).
The elevator is barrier-free for wheelchair users. All four floors of the museum can be reached via the elevator. Old cellars and remains of houses can be seen in the basement of the museum. The ground is very uneven here. Two steep ramps connect the rooms. If you need assistance, let the ticket office know when you arrive or announce your visit to the museum at the ticket office. (tel: 02241-102-7410).
A disabled toilet is located in the basement and can be reached barrier-free with the elevator.
The museum café is barrier-free.
20 folding stools can be borrowed. 3 thematic tours for people with dementia changes and workshops for cancer patients are offered. Further barrier-free / inclusive offers are being planned.
An assistance dog is allowed.
Signposts in plain language available. Audio guides with easy-to-understand tours of the museum
Audio guides with guided tours of the museum are available for people with visual impairments, hearing impairments and in plain language.
There are 10 tactile objects available. 3 audio guides (tablets) with guided tours through the museum for people with visual impairments can be borrowed.