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EXHIBITIONS in Bonn

Eine Frau steht am Strand mit beiden Füen im Wasser und blickt auf das Meer Rechts neben ihr sind zwei Hunde positioniert Alle drei Figuren sind in der Rückenansicht zu sehen Die sanften Wellen in grün rosa grauen Farben gehen in eine unscharfe Horizontlinie über
Eine Frau steht am Strand mit beiden Füen im Wasser und blickt auf das Meer Rechts neben ihr sind zwei Hunde positioniert Alle drei Figuren sind in der Rückenansicht zu sehen Die sanften Wellen in grün rosa grauen Farben gehen in eine unscharfe Horizontlinie über

Alina Khrapchynska – Світи / Welten16.09.2023 - 02.12.2023
Vernissage: 30.11.-0001 15-19 Uhr
Kartenlink
Galerie Gabriele Paqué
Mi & Sa 14-18 h u.n.V.
Blücherstraße 14, 53115 Bonn
0228-41076755



In her exhibition Світи – Welten, the Ukrainian artist Alina Khrapchynska shows current works in the tradition of the Kharkiv art school. Technically, her painting is based on the traditions of realism and modernism, whereby the motifs of her works are characterized by a plastic sensitivity, painterly expression, decorativeness and variety of genres.

Alina Khrapchynska is a member of the Kharkiv organization of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine and a member of the Federal Union of Fine Artists (BBK Cologne).

Part of the proceeds from the exhibition goes to the Pro Ukraine e.V. association.

At the vernissage on September 16, 2023, Veronika Mushkina (guitar) and Franziska Jaschke (flute) will present works by J. Ibert, C.P.E. Bach, A. Piazzolla, M. Ravel, B. Bartók, J.-M. Damase and C. Machado

The exhibition will open at 5 p.m. The artist is present.

Fig.: Alina Khrapchynska, Morning in Goa (2022)



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Unsere Geschichte. Deutschland seit 1945
Dauerausstellung
01.01.2020 - 31.12.2024
Kartenlink
Haus der Geschichte
Di-So 9-19 h / Eintritt frei
Willy-Brandt-Allee 14, 53113 Bonn
0228-91650


Unmittelbar vor dem Haupteingang des Haus der Geschichte stehen 2 ausgewiesene Behindertenparkplätze zur Verfügung (Strasse: Rheinweg, 30 m Entfernung). Besucher mit Behinderungen können auch in der Tiefgarage (Einfahrt Rheinweg) parken, dazu bitte an der Schranke beim Pförtner klingeln. Von hier führt der barrierfreie Aufzug in das Museumsgebäude.

Der ebenerdige Haupteingang zum Museum befindet sich am Rheinweg/Ecke Willy-Brandt-Allee und ist mit automatischen Schiebetüren versehen.

Die Ausstellungen und Funktionsräume des Museums sind weitestgehend mit dem Rollstuhl zugänglich. Fahrstühle innerhalb der Ausstellung führen zu allen Ausstellungsebenen. Mit den Aufzügen im Foyer und im Treppenhaus gelangt man barrierefrei in das Museumscafé im 1.OG bzw. in das UG mit den sanitären Anlagen und dem behindertengerechten WC.

Am Informationsschalter können folgende Hilsmittel ausgeliehen werden: Handschuhe zum Ertasten von Objekten, Rollstühle, Rollatoren und Gehhilfen, Tragbare Hocker sowie Texte und Fotos von höher angebrachten Ausstellungsobjekten, die vom Rollstuhl aus nicht einsehbar sind.

Audioguides zu einzelnen Objekten der Dauerausstellung können auf der Museumswebseite als mp3-Datei heruntergeladen werden.

Der Museumsgarten ist für Rollstuhlfahrer nach Anmeldung beim Informationsschalter über einen gesonderten Weg zugänglich.

Blindenhunde sind im Museum und in den Ausstellungen erlaubt.
Immediately in front of the main entrance to the House of History there are 2 designated disabled parking spaces (road: Rheinweg, 30 m away). Visitors with disabilities can also park in the underground car park (entrance Rheinweg), please ring the doorman`s bell at the barrier. From here, the barrier-free elevator leads to the museum building.
The ground-level main entrance to the museum is on Rheinweg/corner of Willy-Brandt-Allee and has automatic sliding doors.
Most of the museum`s exhibitions and function rooms are wheelchair accessible. Elevators within the exhibition lead to all exhibition levels. The elevators in the foyer and the stairwell provide barrier-free access to the museum café on the 1st floor and to the basement with the sanitary facilities and the disabled toilet.
A disabled toilet is located in the basement and can be reached barrier-free with the elevator.
Audio guides are available. The texts of the ASudioguides for individual objects in the permanent exhibition can be downloaded as mp3 files from the museum`s website.
The elevator in the foyer provides barrier-free access to the museum café on the first floor. Opening hours of the museum café: Tue-Sun 11.30 a.m. - 5.30 p.m
Guide dogs are allowed in the museum and exhibitions.
There are selected tactile objects in the permanent exhibition, a corresponding list can also be accessed on the website. Gloves for probing objects can be rented at the information desk. The Basic Law is also available there in Braille for borrowing.
For visitors with learning difficulties, a search for clues and an audio guide are available in the permanent exhibition.
The booklet “Our History” guides you through the permanent exhibition at eight stations. The booklet is written in simplified German and is suitable for both individual visitors and groups.

The easy-to-understand AudioGuide takes you through our permanent exhibition at thirty-three stations.

The museum website can be accessed in plain language.
Accompaniments are carried out in the exhibitions with the help of an electronic guide system. All participants are given wirelessly connected earphones through which the companion can be heard. The volume can be adjusted individually. The earphones are very comfortable to wear and can be worn with hearing aids without any problems. For hearing aid and cochlear implant users with a T-coil option, we have inductive neck loops.

There is an audio guide in German sign language with thirty-three stations.
The following aids can be borrowed at the information desk: gloves for feeling objects, wheelchairs, walkers and walking aids, portable stools as well as texts and photos of exhibits that are mounted higher up and cannot be seen from a wheelchair.





August Macke 1887-1914
Dauerausstellung
01.01.2023 - 31.12.2024
Kartenlink
Museum August Macke Haus
Do 11-19, Fr/Sa/So 11-17 h
Hochstadenring 36, 53119 Bonn
0228-655531


The Museum August Macke Haus is dedicated to maintaining the memory and work of August Macke and the Rhenish Expressionists. The heart of the museum is August Macke`s former home and studio, which was expanded in 2017 with a spacious modern extension. This enables barrier-free access to the former house of the artist and, in addition to rooms for special exhibitions and events, includes a roof terrace, a museum educational studio, a library, the museum shop and a museum café with a terrace in the idyllic garden between the artist house and the extension, which is sealed off from the street by a high, free-standing glass facade. Access to the museum is via the ground-level, step-free main entrance in the annex. (Hochstadenstrasse) All 14 rooms of the former residential and studio building as well as all other publicly accessible areas of the museum can be reached via 2 wheelchair-accessible elevators.

A designated disabled parking space is located in the museum car park, Bornheimer Str. 98-100. The museum is at ground level and can be reached via the main entrance without steps. The entrance door opens automatically.

All levels of the museum are accessible via wheelchair-accessible elevators. Wheelchairs and walking frames are accessible on all levels and in all rooms of the museum.

A barrier-free disabled toilet and the cloakroom are located in the basement.

The café in the foyer area is barrier-free accessible via a flat ramp. The inner courtyard is at ground level and also easily accessible for wheelchair users from the foyer.

A wheelchair can be borrowed free of charge at the cash desk. This can be reserved in advance by phone: 0228-655531 or by email to buero(at)august-macke-haus.de. In addition, 10 folding stools can be borrowed free of charge.

A total of 48 audio guides are available.
The listening stations in the museum are accessible for wheelchair users.

Guided tours for the blind and visually impaired are available on request. Workshops for people with dementia changes are offered on request. Guided tours in sign language are available upon request.

Guide and assistance dogs, which are marked accordingly, may be taken into the museum.
A designated disabled parking space is located in the museum car park, Bornheimer Str. 98-100.
The museum is at ground level and can be reached via the main entrance without steps. The glass door opens automatically.
All levels of the museum are accessible via wheelchair-accessible elevators. Wheelchairs and walking frames are accessible on all levels and in all rooms of the museum.
The café in the foyer area is barrier-free accessible via a flat ramp. The inner courtyard is at ground level and also easily accessible for wheelchair users from the foyer.
A barrier-free disabled toilet and the cloakroom are located in the basement.
Guided tours for the blind and visually impaired are available on request.
Guided tours in sign language are available upon request.
Guided tours in easy language are available on request.
A total of 48 audio guides are available, which can be borrowed at the ticket office.
A wheelchair can be borrowed free of charge at the cash desk. This can be reserved in advance on T 0228 655531 or by email to buero(at)august-macke-haus.de. In addition, 10 folding stools can be borrowed free of charge.

The audio stations in the museum are accessible for wheelchair users.

Workshops for people with dementia changes are offered on request. A rental wheelchair is available.
Guide and assistance dogs, which are marked accordingly, may be taken into the museum.





Das Leben des BODI
Eine Forschungsreise ins frühe Mittelalter
23.03.2023 - 15.10.2023
Kartenlink
LVR-Landesmuseum Bonn
Di-So 10-18, Mi 10-21 h
Colmantstraße 14-16, 53115 Bonn
0228-20700


The LVR State Museum in Bonn is the largest museum of the Landschaftsverband Rheinland. It offers a unique insight into the cultural history of the Rhineland. There are 3 free parking spaces for disabled people on the forecourt of the museum.

Access to the museum is via a contrasting, smooth path. The main entrance is at ground level and has no steps. All doors open automatically when approached.

There is 1 wheelchair lift to the basement with cloakroom and lecture hall and 2 wheelchair lifts in the museum. There are 20 lockers for the disabled in the basement. Wheelchair accessible counter in the reception area

There are a total of 4 disabled toilets. 1 toilet in the restaurant area on the ground floor, 1 toilet in the basement in front of the lecture hall, 1 toilet each on the 1st and 2nd floor in the museum, all toilets can be reached by elevator. All toilets have door openers.

Folding stools (30) and rental wheelchairs (3) are available at the cash desk. 2 illuminated magnifying glasses and 2 monoculars can be borrowed at the cash desk against a deposit.

The museum has a new media guide that can be used with your own smartphone or tablet. The media guide also includes sign language videos, easy-to-understand information and audio descriptions.

Assistance dogs are allowed.

There are guided tours for blind and visually impaired visitors and tours in plain language. There are tactile objects for human development in the form of replica skull bones and tools. Guided tours in sign language with an interpreter can be booked (the cost of the interpreter will be covered by the LVR). Guided tours are offered for people with dementia changes.

Different workshop offers are possible by arrangement. Advice on placement offers from Anne Segbers (0228-2070386).

The museum restaurant "Delikart" in the entrance area is barrier-free. There is also a disabled toilet here.
There are 3 free parking spaces for disabled people on the forecourt of the museum.
Access to the museum is via a contrasting, smooth path. The main entrance is at ground level and has no steps.
All doors open automatically when approached.
There is a wheelchair lift to the basement, cloakroom and lecture hall, 2 wheelchair lifts are in the museum. 20 lockers suitable for the disabled are available in the basement. The elevator buttons are equipped with tactile labels, the floors are announced. The floors are also connected with ramps that have a heavily corrugated surface.
There are a total of 4 disabled toilets. 1 toilet in the restaurant area on the ground floor, 1 toilet in the basement in front of the lecture hall, 1 toilet each on the 1st and 2nd floor in the museum, all toilets can be reached by elevator. All toilets have door openers.
The museum restaurant "Delikart" in the entrance area is barrier-free. There is also a wheelchair-accessible toilet here
Plain language audio guides are available. Guided tours are offered in plain language.
Das Museum hat einen neuen Mediaguide, der mit dem eigenen Smartphone oder Tablet benutzt werden kann. Der Mediaguide enthält auch Gebärdensprachvideos, Infos in Leichter Sprache und Audiodeskriptionen.
The museum has a new media guide that can be used with your own smartphone or tablet. The media guide also includes sign language videos, easy-to-understand information and audio descriptions.
Guided tours in sign language with an interpreter can be booked (the cost of the interpreter will be covered by the LVR).

A new media guide with sign language videos is available.
Guided tours are offered for people with dementia changes. Different workshop offers are possible by arrangement. Advice on placement offers from Anne Segbers (0228-2070386).
Folding stools (30) and rental wheelchairs (3) are available at the cash desk. 2 illuminated magnifying glasses and 2 monoculars can be borrowed at the cash desk against a deposit. Audio guides (100) are available, which can also be used with plain language and sign language.

There are guided tours for the blind and visually impaired and tours in plain language.

There are tactile objects for human development in the form of replica skull bones and tools.

The tactile and sign language tours last around 90 minutes and cost normal or reduced admission for the severely disabled plus 80 euros for accompanying guests. LVR bears the costs for the sign language interpreter.

Please register at kulturinfo Rheinland at least four weeks in advance.
Assistance dogs are allowed.





Ulrike Rosenbach – Durch die Zeiten. Zwischen Körper und Geist21.04.2023 - 31.10.2023
Kartenlink
Galerie Gisela Clement
Mi-Fr 14-18, Sa 13-17 h u.n.V.
Lotharstr. 104, 53115 Bonn
0228-97143922




Interactions
Künstlerischen Angeboten im Außen- und öffentlichen Innenraum der Bundeskunsthalle
30.04.2023 - 15.10.2023
Kartenlink
Bundeskunsthalle
Di/Mi 10-21, Do-So/Fei 10-19 h
Helmut-Kohl-Allee 4, 53113 Bonn
0228-9171200


Public parking spaces for the disabled are available in the vicinity of the Bundeskunsthalle. These are located near the main entrance to the Bundeskunsthalle by the taxi ranks (Friedrich-Ebert-Allee), at Museumsplatz on Emil-Nolde-Straße and in the (chargeable) multi-storey car park on Joseph-Beuys-Allee. The distance from the multi-storey car park to the Bundeskunsthalle is approx. 250 metres.

The square in front of the Bundeskunsthalle is gravel or, coming from Friedrich-Ebert-Allee, paved with cobblestones. The entrance area of ​​the Bundeskunsthalle is equipped with a wheelchair ramp. The entrance door to the left of the three revolving doors is at ground level. A door opener is available.

All floors of the Bundeskunsthalle are accessible via wheelchair-accessible elevators.

Disabled toilets are located in the central toilet in the basement. You can access the "Forum" event hall after registering in good time, accompanied by a museum employee.

Wheelchairs can be borrowed free of charge from the cloakroom. A reservation under Tel.: 0228-9171132 is recommended. In front of all entrances to the exhibitions there are folding stools that can be borrowed.

Tactile tours are offered for all major exhibitions. If no tactile objects are available, detailed descriptive tours will take place instead. Different materials, which enable a sensual approach, and plans as well as explanations in Braille are used as an accompaniment.

Guide dogs for the blind are allowed in the exhibition rooms.

The "Speisesaal" restaurant can be reached from the foyer of the Bundeskunsthalle at ground level. The door widths are suitable for wheelchair users. The café bar of the Bundeskunsthalle is located in the foyer and is accessible without restrictions.
There are several public parking spaces and other disabled parking spaces in the vicinity of the Bundeskunsthalle. These are located near the main entrance to the Bundeskunsthalle by the taxi ranks (Friedrich-Ebert-Allee), at Museumsplatz on Emil-Nolde-Straße and in the (chargeable) multi-storey car park on Joseph-Beuys-Allee. The distance from the multi-storey car park to the Bundeskunsthalle is approx. 250 metres.
The square in front of the Bundeskunsthalle is gravel or, coming from Friedrich-Ebert-Allee, paved with cobblestones. The entrance area of ​​the Bundeskunsthalle is equipped with a wheelchair ramp. The entrance door to the left of the revolving doors is at ground level. A door opener is available.
All floors of the Bundeskunsthalle are accessible via wheelchair-accessible elevators. Wheelchair-accessible toilets are located in the central toilet in the basement.
Disabled toilets are located in the central toilet in the basement and can be reached barrier-free via the elevator.
Tactile tours are offered for all major exhibitions. Where tactile objects are not available, descriptive tours are provided using a variety of sensory access materials, accompanied by maps and explanations in Braille.

Guide dogs for the blind are allowed in the exhibition rooms.
An induction loop for the audio guide device is available free of charge for people who use hearing aids.
Guided tours are offered in plain language.

All important information can be called up in easy-to-understand language on the website of the Bundeskunsthalle.
Guide dogs for the blind are allowed in the exhibition rooms.
For people with dementia changes, the Bundeskunsthalle offers a program specially tailored to the needs of this visitor group.
Audio guides can be borrowed. The volume on the audio guides is adjustable. Portable induction loops are available free of charge for users of hearing aids and cochlear implants.
The "Speisesaal" restaurant can be reached from the foyer of the Bundeskunsthalle at ground level. The door widths are suitable for wheelchair users. The café bar of the Bundeskunsthalle is located in the foyer and is accessible without restrictions.
Wheelchairs can be borrowed free of charge from the cloakroom. A reservation under Tel.: 0228-9171132 is recommended. In front of all entrances to the exhibitions there are folding stools that can be borrowed. An induction loop for the audio guide device is available free of charge for people who use hearing aids.

In the Bundeskunsthalle, people with various disabilities can use a wide range of mediation services. For people with dementia changes, the Bundeskunsthalle offers a program specially tailored to the needs of this visitor group.

All important information can be called up in easy-to-understand language on the website of the Bundeskunsthalle.





WER WIR SIND
Fragen an ein Einwanderungsland
26.05.2023 - 08.10.2023
Kartenlink
Bundeskunsthalle
Di/Mi 10-21, Do-So/Fei 10-19 h
Helmut-Kohl-Allee 4, 53113 Bonn
0228-9171200


Public parking spaces for the disabled are available in the vicinity of the Bundeskunsthalle. These are located near the main entrance to the Bundeskunsthalle by the taxi ranks (Friedrich-Ebert-Allee), at Museumsplatz on Emil-Nolde-Straße and in the (chargeable) multi-storey car park on Joseph-Beuys-Allee. The distance from the multi-storey car park to the Bundeskunsthalle is approx. 250 metres.

The square in front of the Bundeskunsthalle is gravel or, coming from Friedrich-Ebert-Allee, paved with cobblestones. The entrance area of ​​the Bundeskunsthalle is equipped with a wheelchair ramp. The entrance door to the left of the three revolving doors is at ground level. A door opener is available.

All floors of the Bundeskunsthalle are accessible via wheelchair-accessible elevators.

Disabled toilets are located in the central toilet in the basement. You can access the "Forum" event hall after registering in good time, accompanied by a museum employee.

Wheelchairs can be borrowed free of charge from the cloakroom. A reservation under Tel.: 0228-9171132 is recommended. In front of all entrances to the exhibitions there are folding stools that can be borrowed.

Tactile tours are offered for all major exhibitions. If no tactile objects are available, detailed descriptive tours will take place instead. Different materials, which enable a sensual approach, and plans as well as explanations in Braille are used as an accompaniment.

Guide dogs for the blind are allowed in the exhibition rooms.

The "Speisesaal" restaurant can be reached from the foyer of the Bundeskunsthalle at ground level. The door widths are suitable for wheelchair users. The café bar of the Bundeskunsthalle is located in the foyer and is accessible without restrictions.
There are several public parking spaces and other disabled parking spaces in the vicinity of the Bundeskunsthalle. These are located near the main entrance to the Bundeskunsthalle by the taxi ranks (Friedrich-Ebert-Allee), at Museumsplatz on Emil-Nolde-Straße and in the (chargeable) multi-storey car park on Joseph-Beuys-Allee. The distance from the multi-storey car park to the Bundeskunsthalle is approx. 250 metres.
The square in front of the Bundeskunsthalle is gravel or, coming from Friedrich-Ebert-Allee, paved with cobblestones. The entrance area of ​​the Bundeskunsthalle is equipped with a wheelchair ramp. The entrance door to the left of the revolving doors is at ground level. A door opener is available.
All floors of the Bundeskunsthalle are accessible via wheelchair-accessible elevators. Wheelchair-accessible toilets are located in the central toilet in the basement.
Disabled toilets are located in the central toilet in the basement and can be reached barrier-free via the elevator.
Tactile tours are offered for all major exhibitions. Where tactile objects are not available, descriptive tours are provided using a variety of sensory access materials, accompanied by maps and explanations in Braille.

Guide dogs for the blind are allowed in the exhibition rooms.
An induction loop for the audio guide device is available free of charge for people who use hearing aids.
Guided tours are offered in plain language.

All important information can be called up in easy-to-understand language on the website of the Bundeskunsthalle.
Guide dogs for the blind are allowed in the exhibition rooms.
For people with dementia changes, the Bundeskunsthalle offers a program specially tailored to the needs of this visitor group.
Audio guides can be borrowed. The volume on the audio guides is adjustable. Portable induction loops are available free of charge for users of hearing aids and cochlear implants.
The "Speisesaal" restaurant can be reached from the foyer of the Bundeskunsthalle at ground level. The door widths are suitable for wheelchair users. The café bar of the Bundeskunsthalle is located in the foyer and is accessible without restrictions.
Wheelchairs can be borrowed free of charge from the cloakroom. A reservation under Tel.: 0228-9171132 is recommended. In front of all entrances to the exhibitions there are folding stools that can be borrowed. An induction loop for the audio guide device is available free of charge for people who use hearing aids.

In the Bundeskunsthalle, people with various disabilities can use a wide range of mediation services. For people with dementia changes, the Bundeskunsthalle offers a program specially tailored to the needs of this visitor group.

All important information can be called up in easy-to-understand language on the website of the Bundeskunsthalle.





Ziemlich beste Freunde – Hans Thuar & August Macke15.06.2023 - 19.11.2023
Kartenlink
Museum August Macke Haus
Do 11-19, Fr/Sa/So 11-17 h
Hochstadenring 36, 53119 Bonn
0228-655531


The Museum August Macke Haus is dedicated to maintaining the memory and work of August Macke and the Rhenish Expressionists. The heart of the museum is August Macke`s former home and studio, which was expanded in 2017 with a spacious modern extension. This enables barrier-free access to the former house of the artist and, in addition to rooms for special exhibitions and events, includes a roof terrace, a museum educational studio, a library, the museum shop and a museum café with a terrace in the idyllic garden between the artist house and the extension, which is sealed off from the street by a high, free-standing glass facade. Access to the museum is via the ground-level, step-free main entrance in the annex. (Hochstadenstrasse) All 14 rooms of the former residential and studio building as well as all other publicly accessible areas of the museum can be reached via 2 wheelchair-accessible elevators.

A designated disabled parking space is located in the museum car park, Bornheimer Str. 98-100. The museum is at ground level and can be reached via the main entrance without steps. The entrance door opens automatically.

All levels of the museum are accessible via wheelchair-accessible elevators. Wheelchairs and walking frames are accessible on all levels and in all rooms of the museum.

A barrier-free disabled toilet and the cloakroom are located in the basement.

The café in the foyer area is barrier-free accessible via a flat ramp. The inner courtyard is at ground level and also easily accessible for wheelchair users from the foyer.

A wheelchair can be borrowed free of charge at the cash desk. This can be reserved in advance by phone: 0228-655531 or by email to buero(at)august-macke-haus.de. In addition, 10 folding stools can be borrowed free of charge.

A total of 48 audio guides are available.
The listening stations in the museum are accessible for wheelchair users.

Guided tours for the blind and visually impaired are available on request. Workshops for people with dementia changes are offered on request. Guided tours in sign language are available upon request.

Guide and assistance dogs, which are marked accordingly, may be taken into the museum.
A designated disabled parking space is located in the museum car park, Bornheimer Str. 98-100.
The museum is at ground level and can be reached via the main entrance without steps. The glass door opens automatically.
All levels of the museum are accessible via wheelchair-accessible elevators. Wheelchairs and walking frames are accessible on all levels and in all rooms of the museum.
The café in the foyer area is barrier-free accessible via a flat ramp. The inner courtyard is at ground level and also easily accessible for wheelchair users from the foyer.
A barrier-free disabled toilet and the cloakroom are located in the basement.
Guided tours for the blind and visually impaired are available on request.
Guided tours in sign language are available upon request.
Guided tours in easy language are available on request.
A total of 48 audio guides are available, which can be borrowed at the ticket office.
A wheelchair can be borrowed free of charge at the cash desk. This can be reserved in advance on T 0228 655531 or by email to buero(at)august-macke-haus.de. In addition, 10 folding stools can be borrowed free of charge.

The audio stations in the museum are accessible for wheelchair users.

Workshops for people with dementia changes are offered on request. A rental wheelchair is available.
Guide and assistance dogs, which are marked accordingly, may be taken into the museum.





Sommerhaus
Gruppenausstellung
23.08.2023 - 30.09.2023
Vernissage: 20.08.2023 12-16 Uhr
Kartenlink
Galerie Judith Andreae
Mi 10-18, Do/Fr 14-18, Sa 11-15 h u.n.V.
Paul-Kemp-Straße 7, 53173 Bonn
0228-93490881




Malte Bruns – Only Ghosts24.08.2023 - 05.10.2023
Kartenlink
Galerie Gisela Clement
Mi-Fr 14-18, Sa 13-17 h u.n.V.
Lotharstr. 104, 53115 Bonn
0228-97143922




Michael Kleine – in der Blumenhalle17.09.2023 - 17.12.2023
Vernissage: 16.09.2023 18 Uhr
Kartenlink
Bonner Kunstverein
Di-So 11-17, Do 11-19 h
Hochstadenring 22, 53119 Bonn
0228-693936




Welt im Wandel – Das Rheinland vom Mittelalter bis Morgen
Dauerausstellung
29.09.2023 - 29.12.2024
Kartenlink
LVR-Landesmuseum Bonn
Di-So 10-18, Mi 10-21 h
Colmantstraße 14-16, 53115 Bonn
0228-20700


The LVR State Museum in Bonn is the largest museum of the Landschaftsverband Rheinland. It offers a unique insight into the cultural history of the Rhineland. There are 3 free parking spaces for disabled people on the forecourt of the museum.

Access to the museum is via a contrasting, smooth path. The main entrance is at ground level and has no steps. All doors open automatically when approached.

There is 1 wheelchair lift to the basement with cloakroom and lecture hall and 2 wheelchair lifts in the museum. There are 20 lockers for the disabled in the basement. Wheelchair accessible counter in the reception area

There are a total of 4 disabled toilets. 1 toilet in the restaurant area on the ground floor, 1 toilet in the basement in front of the lecture hall, 1 toilet each on the 1st and 2nd floor in the museum, all toilets can be reached by elevator. All toilets have door openers.

Folding stools (30) and rental wheelchairs (3) are available at the cash desk. 2 illuminated magnifying glasses and 2 monoculars can be borrowed at the cash desk against a deposit.

The museum has a new media guide that can be used with your own smartphone or tablet. The media guide also includes sign language videos, easy-to-understand information and audio descriptions.

Assistance dogs are allowed.

There are guided tours for blind and visually impaired visitors and tours in plain language. There are tactile objects for human development in the form of replica skull bones and tools. Guided tours in sign language with an interpreter can be booked (the cost of the interpreter will be covered by the LVR). Guided tours are offered for people with dementia changes.

Different workshop offers are possible by arrangement. Advice on placement offers from Anne Segbers (0228-2070386).

The museum restaurant "Delikart" in the entrance area is barrier-free. There is also a disabled toilet here.
There are 3 free parking spaces for disabled people on the forecourt of the museum.
Access to the museum is via a contrasting, smooth path. The main entrance is at ground level and has no steps.
All doors open automatically when approached.
There is a wheelchair lift to the basement, cloakroom and lecture hall, 2 wheelchair lifts are in the museum. 20 lockers suitable for the disabled are available in the basement. The elevator buttons are equipped with tactile labels, the floors are announced. The floors are also connected with ramps that have a heavily corrugated surface.
There are a total of 4 disabled toilets. 1 toilet in the restaurant area on the ground floor, 1 toilet in the basement in front of the lecture hall, 1 toilet each on the 1st and 2nd floor in the museum, all toilets can be reached by elevator. All toilets have door openers.
The museum restaurant "Delikart" in the entrance area is barrier-free. There is also a wheelchair-accessible toilet here
Plain language audio guides are available. Guided tours are offered in plain language.
Das Museum hat einen neuen Mediaguide, der mit dem eigenen Smartphone oder Tablet benutzt werden kann. Der Mediaguide enthält auch Gebärdensprachvideos, Infos in Leichter Sprache und Audiodeskriptionen.
The museum has a new media guide that can be used with your own smartphone or tablet. The media guide also includes sign language videos, easy-to-understand information and audio descriptions.
Guided tours in sign language with an interpreter can be booked (the cost of the interpreter will be covered by the LVR).

A new media guide with sign language videos is available.
Guided tours are offered for people with dementia changes. Different workshop offers are possible by arrangement. Advice on placement offers from Anne Segbers (0228-2070386).
Folding stools (30) and rental wheelchairs (3) are available at the cash desk. 2 illuminated magnifying glasses and 2 monoculars can be borrowed at the cash desk against a deposit. Audio guides (100) are available, which can also be used with plain language and sign language.

There are guided tours for the blind and visually impaired and tours in plain language.

There are tactile objects for human development in the form of replica skull bones and tools.

The tactile and sign language tours last around 90 minutes and cost normal or reduced admission for the severely disabled plus 80 euros for accompanying guests. LVR bears the costs for the sign language interpreter.

Please register at kulturinfo Rheinland at least four weeks in advance.
Assistance dogs are allowed.





Kengo Kuma – Onomatopoeia Architecture08.03.2024 - 01.09.2024
Kartenlink
Bundeskunsthalle
Di/Mi 10-21, Do-So/Fei 10-19 h
Helmut-Kohl-Allee 4, 53113 Bonn
0228-9171200


Public parking spaces for the disabled are available in the vicinity of the Bundeskunsthalle. These are located near the main entrance to the Bundeskunsthalle by the taxi ranks (Friedrich-Ebert-Allee), at Museumsplatz on Emil-Nolde-Straße and in the (chargeable) multi-storey car park on Joseph-Beuys-Allee. The distance from the multi-storey car park to the Bundeskunsthalle is approx. 250 metres.

The square in front of the Bundeskunsthalle is gravel or, coming from Friedrich-Ebert-Allee, paved with cobblestones. The entrance area of ​​the Bundeskunsthalle is equipped with a wheelchair ramp. The entrance door to the left of the three revolving doors is at ground level. A door opener is available.

All floors of the Bundeskunsthalle are accessible via wheelchair-accessible elevators.

Disabled toilets are located in the central toilet in the basement. You can access the "Forum" event hall after registering in good time, accompanied by a museum employee.

Wheelchairs can be borrowed free of charge from the cloakroom. A reservation under Tel.: 0228-9171132 is recommended. In front of all entrances to the exhibitions there are folding stools that can be borrowed.

Tactile tours are offered for all major exhibitions. If no tactile objects are available, detailed descriptive tours will take place instead. Different materials, which enable a sensual approach, and plans as well as explanations in Braille are used as an accompaniment.

Guide dogs for the blind are allowed in the exhibition rooms.

The "Speisesaal" restaurant can be reached from the foyer of the Bundeskunsthalle at ground level. The door widths are suitable for wheelchair users. The café bar of the Bundeskunsthalle is located in the foyer and is accessible without restrictions.
There are several public parking spaces and other disabled parking spaces in the vicinity of the Bundeskunsthalle. These are located near the main entrance to the Bundeskunsthalle by the taxi ranks (Friedrich-Ebert-Allee), at Museumsplatz on Emil-Nolde-Straße and in the (chargeable) multi-storey car park on Joseph-Beuys-Allee. The distance from the multi-storey car park to the Bundeskunsthalle is approx. 250 metres.
The square in front of the Bundeskunsthalle is gravel or, coming from Friedrich-Ebert-Allee, paved with cobblestones. The entrance area of ​​the Bundeskunsthalle is equipped with a wheelchair ramp. The entrance door to the left of the revolving doors is at ground level. A door opener is available.
All floors of the Bundeskunsthalle are accessible via wheelchair-accessible elevators. Wheelchair-accessible toilets are located in the central toilet in the basement.
Disabled toilets are located in the central toilet in the basement and can be reached barrier-free via the elevator.
Tactile tours are offered for all major exhibitions. Where tactile objects are not available, descriptive tours are provided using a variety of sensory access materials, accompanied by maps and explanations in Braille.

Guide dogs for the blind are allowed in the exhibition rooms.
An induction loop for the audio guide device is available free of charge for people who use hearing aids.
Guided tours are offered in plain language.

All important information can be called up in easy-to-understand language on the website of the Bundeskunsthalle.
Guide dogs for the blind are allowed in the exhibition rooms.
For people with dementia changes, the Bundeskunsthalle offers a program specially tailored to the needs of this visitor group.
Audio guides can be borrowed. The volume on the audio guides is adjustable. Portable induction loops are available free of charge for users of hearing aids and cochlear implants.
The "Speisesaal" restaurant can be reached from the foyer of the Bundeskunsthalle at ground level. The door widths are suitable for wheelchair users. The café bar of the Bundeskunsthalle is located in the foyer and is accessible without restrictions.
Wheelchairs can be borrowed free of charge from the cloakroom. A reservation under Tel.: 0228-9171132 is recommended. In front of all entrances to the exhibitions there are folding stools that can be borrowed. An induction loop for the audio guide device is available free of charge for people who use hearing aids.

In the Bundeskunsthalle, people with various disabilities can use a wide range of mediation services. For people with dementia changes, the Bundeskunsthalle offers a program specially tailored to the needs of this visitor group.

All important information can be called up in easy-to-understand language on the website of the Bundeskunsthalle.





Dirk Reinartz – Fotografieren, was ist16.05.2024 - 15.09.2024
Kartenlink
LVR-Landesmuseum Bonn
Di-So 10-18, Mi 10-21 h
Colmantstraße 14-16, 53115 Bonn
0228-20700


The LVR State Museum in Bonn is the largest museum of the Landschaftsverband Rheinland. It offers a unique insight into the cultural history of the Rhineland. There are 3 free parking spaces for disabled people on the forecourt of the museum.

Access to the museum is via a contrasting, smooth path. The main entrance is at ground level and has no steps. All doors open automatically when approached.

There is 1 wheelchair lift to the basement with cloakroom and lecture hall and 2 wheelchair lifts in the museum. There are 20 lockers for the disabled in the basement. Wheelchair accessible counter in the reception area

There are a total of 4 disabled toilets. 1 toilet in the restaurant area on the ground floor, 1 toilet in the basement in front of the lecture hall, 1 toilet each on the 1st and 2nd floor in the museum, all toilets can be reached by elevator. All toilets have door openers.

Folding stools (30) and rental wheelchairs (3) are available at the cash desk. 2 illuminated magnifying glasses and 2 monoculars can be borrowed at the cash desk against a deposit.

The museum has a new media guide that can be used with your own smartphone or tablet. The media guide also includes sign language videos, easy-to-understand information and audio descriptions.

Assistance dogs are allowed.

There are guided tours for blind and visually impaired visitors and tours in plain language. There are tactile objects for human development in the form of replica skull bones and tools. Guided tours in sign language with an interpreter can be booked (the cost of the interpreter will be covered by the LVR). Guided tours are offered for people with dementia changes.

Different workshop offers are possible by arrangement. Advice on placement offers from Anne Segbers (0228-2070386).

The museum restaurant "Delikart" in the entrance area is barrier-free. There is also a disabled toilet here.
There are 3 free parking spaces for disabled people on the forecourt of the museum.
Access to the museum is via a contrasting, smooth path. The main entrance is at ground level and has no steps.
All doors open automatically when approached.
There is a wheelchair lift to the basement, cloakroom and lecture hall, 2 wheelchair lifts are in the museum. 20 lockers suitable for the disabled are available in the basement. The elevator buttons are equipped with tactile labels, the floors are announced. The floors are also connected with ramps that have a heavily corrugated surface.
There are a total of 4 disabled toilets. 1 toilet in the restaurant area on the ground floor, 1 toilet in the basement in front of the lecture hall, 1 toilet each on the 1st and 2nd floor in the museum, all toilets can be reached by elevator. All toilets have door openers.
The museum restaurant "Delikart" in the entrance area is barrier-free. There is also a wheelchair-accessible toilet here
Plain language audio guides are available. Guided tours are offered in plain language.
Das Museum hat einen neuen Mediaguide, der mit dem eigenen Smartphone oder Tablet benutzt werden kann. Der Mediaguide enthält auch Gebärdensprachvideos, Infos in Leichter Sprache und Audiodeskriptionen.
The museum has a new media guide that can be used with your own smartphone or tablet. The media guide also includes sign language videos, easy-to-understand information and audio descriptions.
Guided tours in sign language with an interpreter can be booked (the cost of the interpreter will be covered by the LVR).

A new media guide with sign language videos is available.
Guided tours are offered for people with dementia changes. Different workshop offers are possible by arrangement. Advice on placement offers from Anne Segbers (0228-2070386).
Folding stools (30) and rental wheelchairs (3) are available at the cash desk. 2 illuminated magnifying glasses and 2 monoculars can be borrowed at the cash desk against a deposit. Audio guides (100) are available, which can also be used with plain language and sign language.

There are guided tours for the blind and visually impaired and tours in plain language.

There are tactile objects for human development in the form of replica skull bones and tools.

The tactile and sign language tours last around 90 minutes and cost normal or reduced admission for the severely disabled plus 80 euros for accompanying guests. LVR bears the costs for the sign language interpreter.

Please register at kulturinfo Rheinland at least four weeks in advance.
Assistance dogs are allowed.