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Auf der Schwarz-Weiss-Fotografie ist die Künstlerin zu sehen die ein Foto ihres Gesichts vor ihr Gesicht hält Das linke Auge der Künstlerin sieht den Betrachter an Die rechte Gesichtshälfte ist von schulterlangen dunklen Haaren verdeckt
Auf der Schwarz-Weiss-Fotografie ist die Künstlerin zu sehen die ein Foto ihres Gesichts vor ihr Gesicht hält Das linke Auge der Künstlerin sieht den Betrachter an Die rechte Gesichtshälfte ist von schulterlangen dunklen Haaren verdeckt

Katalin Ladik – Ooooooooo-pus07.10.2023 - 19.05.2024
Kartenlink
Ludwig Forum für internationale Kunst
Di,Mi,Fr 12-18, Do 12-20, Sa/So 11-18 h
Jülicher Strasse 97-109, 52070 Aachen
0241-1807104


Since 1991, the Ludwig Forum for International Art has been housed in the Brauer umbrella factory, which was built in 1928 in the Bauhaus style and relocated in 1988.

There are 2 public disabled parking spaces available for a fee.

All exhibition rooms, the library and the workshop can be reached barrier-free via the car park and the ground-level main entrance. The door widths are suitable for wheelchairs everywhere. There are two elevators. All floors of the museum can be reached via the barrier-free elevators. Disabled toilets are located in the basement and on the ground floor in the library. The cafeteria is barrier-free accessible.

10 folding stools and 1 rental wheelchair are available at the cash desk,

A museum brochure in plain language is available at the ticket office.

An assistance dog is allowed.

Guided tours in sign language are available for all exhibitions on request.

Creative programs for people with dementia and individual museum pedagogy workshops are offered for people with disabilities. Information and registration from Mr. Karl-Heinz Jeiter, phone: +49 241 1807-115, email: karl-heinz.jeiter@mail.aachen.de
There are 2 public disabled parking spaces available for a fee.
Access for wheelchair users is stepless and at ground level via the main entrance. A door opener is available.
1 disabled toilet is located in the basement and in the library on the ground floor.
All floors of the museum can be reached via barrier-free elevators.
The cafeteria is barrier-free accessible.
Assistance dogs are allowed.
On request, themed tours in sign language are offered for all exhibitions
A museum brochure in plain language is available at the ticket office. The brochure can also be downloaded as a PDF from the home page.
10 folding stools and 1 rental wheelchair are available at the cash desk.

Creative programs for people with dementia changes and individual museum pedagogy workshops are offered for people with disabilities. Information and registration from Mr. Karl-Heinz Jeiter, phone: +49 241 1807-115, email: karl-heinz.jeiter@mail.aachen.de


The Ludwig Forum Aachen is showing Ooooooooo-pus, the first international survey exhibition by Katalin Ladik (born 1942 in Novi Sad, lives in Budapest). Through her radical approach to poetry, sound and performance, Ladik established herself as a key figure in the artistic avant-garde in the former Yugoslavia. Based on her ongoing interest in language and physicality, the exhibition provides the first overview of her work from the late 1960s to the present day. The musical scores of her visual and phonetic poetry in the form of collages, textile works, photographs and objects, in conjunction with other sound compositions, open up a multi-layered sound landscape that is carried by the extraordinary range of Ladik's voice.

The exhibition is organized in cooperation with the Haus der Kunst Munich and the Moderna Museet, Stockholm.
A monograph accompanying the exhibition will be published by Skira Editore, Milan. An accompanying booklet can be downloaded from the museum website.

On the opening evening, the museum is open from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Abb.: Katalin Ladik, Poemim, courtesy of the artistand acb Gallery, photo Imre Poth


Mit seinem lbild urgency of calmness1 bewegt sich der Streetart-Künstler KEF alias Simon Röhlen zwischen abstrakten Mustern und realer Abbildung Auf einen monochrom blauen Hintergrund hat der Künstler ein floral anmutendes wuchenerndes Blattgeflecht in schwarz-weissen Farben gesetzt Einzelne schwarze Laufspuren die von den vermeintlichen Blättern tropfen verweisen auf den Herstellungsprozess des Bildes
Mit seinem lbild urgency of calmness1 bewegt sich der Streetart-Künstler KEF alias Simon Röhlen zwischen abstrakten Mustern und realer Abbildung Auf einen monochrom blauen Hintergrund hat der Künstler ein floral anmutendes wuchenerndes Blattgeflecht in schwarz-weissen Farben gesetzt Einzelne schwarze Laufspuren die von den vermeintlichen Blättern tropfen verweisen auf den Herstellungsprozess des Bildes

Alles Museum 3
Sammlungspräsentation
16.10.2023 - 25.08.2024
Kartenlink
Museum Goch
Di-Fr 10-17, Sa/So 11-17 h
Kastellstraße 9, 47574 Goch
02823-970811


The Goch Museum is located in the former district court. 1 disabled parking space is located to the right of the main entrance. From here a flat paved ramp leads to the entrance. The door does not have an automatic door opener, but there is a doorbell at the entrance. The wheelchair-accessible elevator with a door width of 80 cm is located in the foyer. All levels of the museum can be reached barrier-free by elevator.

1 disabled toilet is located next to the cloakroom in the open basement area. There are 3 disabled-friendly cloakrooms/lockers.

Guided tours in simple language can be booked on request. There are guided tours for the blind/visually impaired. Tactile objects are available here. Workshops and guided tours are tailored to the needs and age of the participants.

The museum works with special needs schools and integrative kindergartens.

An assistance dog is allowed.
1 disabled parking space is located next to the main entrance.
There is a flat, paved ramp between the disabled parking space and the entrance, which takes you to the foyer.
1 disabled toilet is located next to the cloakroom in the open basement area.
All levels of the museum can be reached barrier-free by elevator. However, the elevator is not suitable for wide electric wheelchairs.
Guided tours in simple language can be booked on request.
There are guided tours for the blind/visually impaired. Tactile objects are available here. Workshops and guided tours are tailored to the needs of the participants.
An assistance dog is allowed.
There are guided tours for the blind/visually impaired. Tactile objects are available here. Workshops and guided tours are tailored to the needs of the participants. Guided tours in simple language can be booked on request. Workshops and guided tours are tailored to the needs and age of the participants. The museum works with special needs schools and integrative kindergartens.


With the ALLES Museum 3, the Musuem Goch continues its engagement with its own collection. Particularly through the donation of the Neumann Collection and numerous new acquisitions in recent years, a new positioning of the museum can be seen. Changing exhibition constellations enable different visual relationships and open dialogues between works of art from 6 centuries. The topic of ALLES Museum 3 is also the museum itself, its social and artistic relevance in the face of rapidly changing times. The museum's own collection is seen as the humus and foundation on which the museum thrives.

With its temporary exhibitions, the Goch Museum has repeatedly addressed contemporary issues using artistic designs. Now the questions about the timeless quality and dimensions of the museum should be examined by looking at the collection. Questions here can be: What defines your own house, what makes it unique within the museum landscape and what are its strengths.

Under the label “ALLES MUSEUM 3 plus” the artists Wolfgang Schäfer, Horst Keining and Martin Lersch are invited to enrich the collection presentations.

Fig.: New acquisition of the house, KEF! Simon Röhlen, urgency of calmness#1, 185 x 275 cm, ink and acryl on canvas, 2022, Copyright Musuem Goch

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Die abstrakte Farbkomposition Jardin dAmour von Hans Hofmann aus dem Jahre 1959 ist in groben Pinselstrichen mit satten lfarben auf die Leinwand gesezt Im  Zentrum ist die Farbe rot plaziert darum  unterschiedlich ausgerichtete und divers gemalte Grünflächen blaue Schraffuren Lasuren in hellem Beige und unter der roten Fläche von unten hochkommend ein gröeres gelbes Areal in das zartes Grün fliesst
Die abstrakte Farbkomposition Jardin dAmour von Hans Hofmann aus dem Jahre 1959 ist in groben Pinselstrichen mit satten lfarben auf die Leinwand gesezt Im  Zentrum ist die Farbe rot plaziert darum  unterschiedlich ausgerichtete und divers gemalte Grünflächen blaue Schraffuren Lasuren in hellem Beige und unter der roten Fläche von unten hochkommend ein gröeres gelbes Areal in das zartes Grün fliesst

Die Sammlung Haniel – Der eigene Weg15.12.2023 - 12.05.2024
Vernissage: 14.12.2023 19 Uhr
Kartenlink
MKM Museum Küppersmühle
Mi 14-18, Do/Fr/Sa/So/Fei 11-18 h
Philosophenweg 55, 47051 Duisburg
0203-30194810


The Küppersmühle Museum was opened in 1999 with around 3,600 square meters of exhibition space and is located in a former granary in Duisburg`s inner harbor, which was converted according to plans by Basel architects Herzog & de Meuron. Opposite the museum there are 3 designated public disabled parking spaces in the shoulder of the Philosophenweg.

Access to the building is at ground level via a paved forecourt. Directly next to the main entrance (revolving door) there is another door in the glass front, which is opened by the staff.

In the entrance area behind the cash desk there is a freely accessible and disabled-friendly cloakroom.

The handicapped-accessible sanitary rooms are located in the subsequent connecting corridor to the restaurant, which is also barrier-free.

All levels of the museum can be reached with the barrier-free elevator.

All door widths in the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.

Wheelchairs are available for hire.
Opposite the museum there are 3 designated public disabled parking spaces in the shoulder of the Philosophenweg.
Access to the building is at ground level via a paved forecourt. Directly next to the main entrance (revolving door) there is another door in the glass front, which is opened by the staff.
In the connecting corridor between the cash register and the restaurant (ground floor)
the handicapped-accessible sanitary rooms are on the ground floor.
All levels of the museum can be reached with the barrier-free elevator. All door widths in the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.
The restaurant is barrier-free accessible from the foyer via a ground-level connecting corridor.


For the first time, around 100 works from the collection of the renowned Duisburg-based family-owned company will be presented to the public at the MKM Museum Küppersmühle für Moderne Kunst in Duisburg under the title The Haniel Collection – The Own Way. The collection is of eminent art-historical significance and has been built up with great commitment since 1983.

The exhibition shows works by Georg Baselitz, Fritz Winter, Julius Bissier, Peter Brüning, Carl Buchheister, Corneille, Karl Fred Dahmen, Ulrich Erben, Jean Fautrier, Lucio Fontana, Adolf Frohner, Winfred Gaul, Rupprecht Geiger, Raimund Girke, K.O. Götz, Hans Hartung, Herbert Brandl, Damien Hirst, Gerhard Hoehme, Hans Hofmann, Jerry Zeniuk, Katharina Grosse, Yves Klein, Imi Knoebel, Norbert Kricke, Adolf Luther, Piero Manzoni, Georges Mathieu, Henri Michaux, Ernst Wilhelm Nay, Richard Oelze, Blinky Palermo, Georg Karl Pfahler, Otto Piene, Arnulf Rainer, David Reed, Gerhard Richter, Jean Paul Riopelle, Bernard Schultze, Emil Schumacher, Sonderborg, Pierre Soulages, Antoni Tàpies, Fred Thieler, Hann Trier, Emilio Vedova, Alicia Viebrock, Fritz Winter, Wols and Peter Zimmermann.

Image: Hans Hofmann, Jardin d'Amour, 1959 (detail), oil on canvas, detail 152 x 183 cm, Franz Haniel & Cie. GmbH, VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2023


Das Motiv einer Hörstation im Glasmusuem Rheinbach zeigt im Stil eines Scherenschnittes die Seitenaansicht eines Mannes mit Hut der mit seiner rechten Hand einen beladenen Holzschubkarren hält in der linken Hand eine Flasche aus der er zu trinken scheint Die komplett schwarze Figur steht vor weissem Hintergrund
Das Motiv einer Hörstation im Glasmusuem Rheinbach zeigt im Stil eines Scherenschnittes die Seitenaansicht eines Mannes mit Hut der mit seiner rechten Hand einen beladenen Holzschubkarren hält in der linken Hand eine Flasche aus der er zu trinken scheint Die komplett schwarze Figur steht vor weissem Hintergrund

Böhmisches Glas in Biografien
Dauerausstellung mit Hörstationen
01.01.2024 - 31.12.2024
Kartenlink
Glasmuseum Rheinbach
Di-Fr 10-12, 14-17, Sa/So 11-17 h
Himmeroder Wall 6, 53359 Rheinbach
02226-917501


Since 1989, the Rheinbach Glass Museum has been based in a Franconian courtyard that used to belong to the Himmerod Monastery, which was expanded with a modern new museum building. There are several disabled parking spaces in the public car park in front of the museum (address: Himmeroder Wall 6). From there, turn right to the Polligstrasse entrance. The Polligstrasse entrance is barrier-free. This entrance leads to the courtyard of the former courtyard and from there to the glass museum.

1 disabled toilet is available on the ground floor. With the wheelchair elevator, all levels of the museum can be reached, except for the gallery.

In the museum workshop, workshops for different target groups such as wheelchair users are offered on request.

An assistance dog is allowed upon request.
There are several disabled parking spaces in the public car park in front of the museum (address: Himmeroder Wall 6). From there, turn right to the Polligstrasse entrance.
The Polligstrasse entrance is barrier-free. This entrance leads to the courtyard of the former courtyard and from there to the glass museum.
1 disabled toilet is available on the ground floor.
With the wheelchair elevator, all levels of the museum can be reached, except for the gallery.
In the museum workshop, workshops for different target groups such as wheelchair users are offered on request.
An assistance dog is allowed upon request.


Ill.: motif audiostation © Glasmusuem Rheinbach 2020


Die Abbildung links zeigt das Gemälde Simultane Kleider von  Sonia Delaunay Simultane Kleider von 1925 Drei unterschiedlich gekleidete Frauen geometrische Formen und kräftige Farben ergeben eine fast abstrakte Komposition Die Abbildung rechts zeigt das lgemälde Judith und Holofernes von Fede Galizia aus dem Jahre 1610 Eine prächtig gekleidet junge schöne Frau hält den abgeschlagenen Kopf des bärtigen Holofernes in der linken Hand Mit gehobenenm Kopf blickt sie  nach links aus dem Bild
Die Abbildung links zeigt das Gemälde Simultane Kleider von  Sonia Delaunay Simultane Kleider von 1925 Drei unterschiedlich gekleidete Frauen geometrische Formen und kräftige Farben ergeben eine fast abstrakte Komposition Die Abbildung rechts zeigt das lgemälde Judith und Holofernes von Fede Galizia aus dem Jahre 1610 Eine prächtig gekleidet junge schöne Frau hält den abgeschlagenen Kopf des bärtigen Holofernes in der linken Hand Mit gehobenenm Kopf blickt sie  nach links aus dem Bild

Maestras. Malerinnen 1500–1900
Vom Mittelalter bis in die Moderne
25.02.2024 - 16.06.2024
Kartenlink
Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck
Di-So/Fei 11-18 h
Hans-Arp-Allee 1, 53424 Remagen
02228-94250


The Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck uses the historic station building and the modern museum building designed by the American architect Richard Meier. Both buildings are connected by a spectacular tunnel and the subsequent elevator tower.

There are 2 designated disabled parking spaces in front of the main entrance to the museum.

To get there, turn right behind the museum car park up the hill (direction Wildpark Rolandseck), then turn right in front of the station building.

Access to the museum is at ground level and stepless. Disabled-accessible cloakrooms/lockers are available in the foyer. 1 disabled toilet is located in the historic station and in the new building.

Folding stools (100) and 1 wheelchair can be borrowed at the cash desk.

Audio guides (80) are available.

For people with hearing impairments who would like to take part in a public tour, hearing amplifiers (80) are available by prior arrangement.

Guided tours and workshops are offered for people with psychological or mental disabilities and for people with dementia.

Tours in sign language and tours for people with hearing impairments can be booked.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request.

The gastronomy in the historic train station is barrier-free accessible via the elevator from the foyer.
There are 2 designated disabled parking spaces in front of the main entrance to the museum. To get there, turn right behind the museum car park up the hill (direction Wildpark Rolandseck), then turn right in front of the station building.
From the handicapped parking space you can reach the foyer via a level, step-free access.
There is one disabled toilet each in the historic station and in the new building.
All levels of the museum can be reached barrier-free with the elevator. By train from Koblenz/Remagen
Coming, you will find a barrier-free elevator in the brown clad building in the direction of travel at the far end of the platform.
The gastronomy in the historic train station is barrier-free accessible via the elevator from the foyer.
Guided tours are conducted in sign language upon request
For people with hearing impairments who would like to take part in a public tour, hearing amplifiers (80) are available by prior arrangement and can be borrowed at the cash desk.
80 audio guides are available.
Folding stools (100) and 1 wheelchair can be borrowed at the cash desk. Audio guides (80) are available. For people with hearing impairments who would like to take part in a public tour, hearing amplifiers (80) are available by prior arrangement and can be borrowed at the cash desk.

Specially tailored tours and workshops are offered for people with psychological or mental disabilities and for people with dementia.

Guided tours in sign language and special tours for people with hearing impairments can be booked.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request.

All mediation offers can also be booked as integrative tours or workshops for people with and without disabilities.


In cooperation with the Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza in Madrid, the Arp Museum is showing a comprehensive show with works by 51 female painters from important European museums and private collections.

Women have been systematically ignored, excluded or treated as isolated cases in the history of art. International museums are currently rediscovering women artists from the Middle Ages to the modern era and honoring their role in the development of painting. Many of her top-class works have previously hung unseen in museum depots.

The exhibition not only presents artists celebrated in their time, such as Artemisia Gentileschi, Élisabeth Vigée-Le Brun and Mary Cassatt, but also newly discovered masters. They all defied the difficult working conditions and found their own artistic paths. The spectrum ranges from medieval illuminators from nunnery to artists of the Baroque period who learned in their father's workshop, to the pioneers of modernism who stood up for their equal place early on.

Accompanying the exhibition, dialogue tours, workshops, a family workshop and further training for teachers and educators are offered. A catalog accompanies the exhibition.

Image left: Sonia Delaunay, Simultaneous Dresses (Three Women, Shapes, Colors, 1925) © Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid / Photos: Hélène Desplechin, Humberto Durán y José Loren

Image right: Fede Galizia, Judith and Holofernes, ca. 1610 © Palacio Real de La Granja de San Ildefonso, Segovia, Patrimonio Naciona

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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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Wir sehen vier schwarz gekleidete Frauen in unterschiedlichen Tanzposen auf vier schwarzen quadratischen Podesten die im Innenhof eines alten Gebäudeensembles im Raum verteilt sind Auf jedem Podest ist ein Mikrofon plaziert Die Frauen haben Kopfhörer auf Auf dem T-Shirt der Tänzerin in der Mitte vorn ist in grüner Druckschrift zu lesen Woman of the Ghetto
Wir sehen vier schwarz gekleidete Frauen in unterschiedlichen Tanzposen auf vier schwarzen quadratischen Podesten die im Innenhof eines alten Gebäudeensembles im Raum verteilt sind Auf jedem Podest ist ein Mikrofon plaziert Die Frauen haben Kopfhörer auf Auf dem T-Shirt der Tänzerin in der Mitte vorn ist in grüner Druckschrift zu lesen Woman of the Ghetto

Nevin Aladağ10.03.2024 - 30.06.2024
Kartenlink
Max Ernst Museum Brühl des LVR
Di-So 11-18, 1. Do im Monat 11-21 h
Max-Ernst-Allee 1 / Comesstraße 42, 50321 Brühl
02232-57930


The Max Ernst Museum opened in 2005. The building complex is a combination of old and new. The classical three-wing complex from the 19th century was expanded to include a centrally inserted glass pavilion and additional exhibition and event rooms in the basement.

There are 2 disabled parking spaces in the museum car park. From there you can reach the barrier-free side entrance with the wheelchair elevator (bell accessible for wheelchair users, automatic door).

Due to the special architecture of the house and the associated evacuation times, only three people who are dependent on a wheelchair can currently be received in the exhibition rooms at the same time.

To avoid waiting times for you, we ask that you make a reservation. Tel.: +49 (0) 22 32 / 57 93 -117, email: shop.mem@rheinlandkultur.de

The house is handicap accessible. A disabled toilet is located on the mezzanine level, which can be reached by elevator. The stairs are equipped with banisters on both sides. Both elevators in the building are barrier-free.

Wheelchairs, walkers and stools can be borrowed. The service staff is available for assistance.

The images are at 1.5-1.6 m in height. There are also tactile exhibits. The works of art are illuminated in the best possible way. It is guaranteed that the showcases can be driven under.

There is an extensive range of mediation services for the blind and visually impaired, for the deaf and hearing impaired, for people with intellectual disabilities and for people with and without dementia. A program booklet will be created for this purpose, which is available in the museum and can be requested. Other offers for people with special needs are available on request.

10 folding stools, 3 wheelchairs and 1 walker can be borrowed. 45 audio guides are available with tours for adults, children and in plain language.

Assistance dogs are allowed.
There are 2 disabled parking spaces available in the museum car park. From there you can reach the side entrance with the wheelchair lift at ground level.

Due to the special architecture of the house and the associated evacuation times, only three people who are dependent on a wheelchair can currently be received in the exhibition rooms at the same time.
Access for wheelchair users is at ground level via a flat ramp.
Both elevators in the building are barrier-free.
1 disabled toilet is located on the mezzanine. The toilet can be reached by elevator.
There are guided tours and workshops for the blind/visually impaired. Tactile objects are used for this.
The "Chez Max" museum café is barrier-free.
There are 45 paid audio guides available. Audio tours are offered for adults, children and in plain language.
Plain language audio guides are available
Assistance dogs are allowed.
Es können 10 Klapphocker ausgeliehen werden. 3 Leihrollstühle stehen zur Verfügung. Es werden Workshops für Blinde und Sehbehinderte, Gehörlöse und Hörgeschädigte sowie Menschen mit geistiger Behinderung und mit Demenz angeboten. Dazu wird ein Programmheft erstellt, das im Museum ausliegt und angefragt werden kann.

Die Bilder sind auf 1,5-1,6 m Höhe. Außerdem gibt es taktile Exponate. Die Kunstwerke sind bestmöglich ausgeleuchtet. Unterfahrbarkeit der Vitrinen ist gewährleistet.
Videos in sign language about the artist Max Ernst, the house and the collection can be accessed on the website.


The overview exhibition Interlocking with textile collages, sound sculptures, installations and videos draws lines of connection between different patterns of artistic creation and their socio-cultural backgrounds. The creative creation of such connections is an important aspect of Nevin Aladağ's extensive work. In the Social Fabric series, various textiles are woven into a “utopian carpet” that visually brings together the origins of the material from different cultures. The Carpet Ball Game installation interactively invites you to play indoor basketball in the middle of the exhibition hall. In addition, a new group of works can be seen as well as site-specific installations in the outdoor area of the museum.

Nevin Aladağ (*1972 in Van, Turkey, lives and works in Berlin) is one of the most internationally renowned contemporary artists.

An artists' edition will be published to accompany the exhibition.

Image.: Nevin Aladağ, Raise The Roof (Venice), 2017, video, 8:24min, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2023, photo: Raphael Beider


Im Filmstill des Videos Die Räuberinnen sind drei junge Frauen in einer sommerlichen grünen Wiesenlandschaft zu sehen Alle drei haben blaue Kleidung an alle sind in einer Aktion festgehalten Die Frau links im Bild scheint zu telefonierendie Akteurin in der Bildmitte hält mit beiden Händen ein graues Klebenband auf dem Rücken und die Frau rechts hält ein gröeres Paket hoch
Im Filmstill des Videos Die Räuberinnen sind drei junge Frauen in einer sommerlichen grünen Wiesenlandschaft zu sehen Alle drei haben blaue Kleidung an alle sind in einer Aktion festgehalten Die Frau links im Bild scheint zu telefonierendie Akteurin in der Bildmitte hält mit beiden Händen ein graues Klebenband auf dem Rücken und die Frau rechts hält ein gröeres Paket hoch

Dorothea von Stetten-Kunstpreis 2024. Junge Kunst aus Österreich14.03.2024 - 25.08.2024
Vernissage: 13.01.2024 19 Uhr
Kartenlink
Kunstmuseum Bonn
Di-So 11-18, Mi 11-21 h
Helmut-Kohl-Allee 2, 53113 Bonn
0228-776260


The Kunstmuseum Bonn has been housed in a building since 1982 that can be described as an architectural highlight and offers the best conditions for the presentation of art. The building by Axel Schultes impresses from the outside and inside with its openness and lighting. There is a connection to the Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany via the Museumsplatz.

There are 6 disabled parking spaces on the streets Friedrich-Ebert-Allee and Emil-Nolde-Straße. In the nearby car park at the corner of Emil-Nolde-Straße/Joseph-Beuys-Allee there are also 2 disabled parking spaces on each floor. Access to the museum building is at ground level and stepless through barrier-free doors next to the two main entrances (revolving doors) to Emil-Nolde-Straße and to the underground station.

All levels of the museum are barrier-free accessible with the elevator next to the main staircase (door width 80 cm). Disabled toilets are located in the basement of the museum. A medical room with a couch is also available in the basement.

The museum café is barrier-free accessible from the museum foyer and the outside area.

2 wheelchairs are available for hire at the staffed cloakroom in the basement. Folding stools can also be borrowed.

The mediation offer focuses on learning difficulties, cognitive impairments, dementia changes, mental impairments.

The experienced team of educators responds to individual requests and creates individual programs for your visit to the museum.

The museum workshop is on the ground floor and is barrier-free.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired and in simple language can be booked on request. Information and registration at: 0228-776230, Email: bildung.vermittlung@bonn.de

Assistance dogs are allowed.
There are 6 disabled parking spaces on the streets: Friedrich-Ebert-Allee, Emil-Nolde-Straße. In the nearby car park at the corner of Emil-Nolde-Straße/Joseph-Beuys-Allee there are also 2 disabled parking spaces on each floor.
Level, stepless access through barrier-free doors next to the revolving doors to Emil-Nolde-Straße and to the underground station (main entrances).
All levels of the museum are barrier-free accessible with the elevator next to the main staircase (door width 80 cm).
Disabled toilets are located in the basement of the museum. A medical room with a couch is also available in the basement.
The museum cafe is barrier-free accessible from the museum foyer and the outside area.
Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired can be booked on request.
Guided tours in simple language can be booked on request.
2 wheelchairs are available for hire at the staffed cloakroom in the basement. Folding stools can also be borrowed.

The mediation offer focuses on learning difficulties, cognitive impairments, dementia changes, mental impairments. The experienced team of educators responds to individual requests and creates individual programs for your visit to the museum.

The museum workshop is on the ground floor and is barrier-free. Information and registration at: 0228-776230, Email: bildung.vermittlung@bonn.de
An assistance dog is allowed.


This year's Dorothea von Stetten Art Prize is aimed at young artists from Austria. The three finalists Jojo Gronostay, Elisabeth Kihlström and Isa Schieche were selected in a nomination process and the subsequent jury process. As a gesture of solidarity, the artists have decided to share the award and prize money of 10,000 euros with each other.

Using the media of film and photography and as the head of the sustainable design label DWMC (Dead White Men's Clothes), Jojo Gronostay (* 1988) deals with clothing in various functions and value systems. His contribution to the Dorothea von Stetten Art Prize 2024 deals with the neocolonial structures that stand behind both the globalized clothing markets and the museum institution.

Elisabeth Kihlström (* 1988) is developing a site-specific installation consisting of works of art and various artifacts. Central to these arrangements are hand-woven textile works, with which she approaches the material and technique of weaving both aesthetically and from an art and cultural historical perspective.

Isa Schieche's (* 1988) art is characterized by a playful appropriation of social images of “femininity” and “masculinity”. In a newly created video essay, Schieche takes off the so-called kid gloves and addresses the trans- and misogynistic realities that people who do not correspond to these images are confronted with.

A catalog accompanies the exhibition.

Image: Isa Schieche, The Robbers, 2023, filmstill © Isa Schieche

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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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Die Abbildung der Arbeit Kultur  Natur von Lothar Baumgarten aus dem Jahre 1971 zeigt in Draufsicht ein Eichenholzparkett in Fischgrätverlegung In der Bildmitte ist eine Holzplanke aus dem Verbund herausgelöst und liegt obenauf In der entstandenen Vertiefung liegt eine rot gefärbte Schwingenfeder mit weissem Kiel
Die Abbildung der Arbeit Kultur  Natur von Lothar Baumgarten aus dem Jahre 1971 zeigt in Draufsicht ein Eichenholzparkett in Fischgrätverlegung In der Bildmitte ist eine Holzplanke aus dem Verbund herausgelöst und liegt obenauf In der entstandenen Vertiefung liegt eine rot gefärbte Schwingenfeder mit weissem Kiel

Lothar Baumgarten. Land of the Spotted Eagle
Werke aus der Sammlung Lothar Schirmer
24.03.2024 - 01.09.2024
Kartenlink
Von der Heydt-Museum
Di+Mi 11-18, Do+Fr 11-20, Sa+So 10-18 h
Turmhof 8, 42103 Wuppertal
0202-5636231


The Von der Heydt Museum is located in Wuppertal-Elberfeld. There are 2 public disabled parking spaces near the museum, address: Wall28/32. Access to the museum is via the wheelchair door next to the main entrance. There`s a bell here. Prior registration ensures a speedy process. Phone: 0202563-6231

The door widths in the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.

Barrier-free access to all levels of the museum by elevators.

A disabled toilet on the 1st floor. is barrier-free accessible by elevator.

The gastronomy on the ground floor is barrier-free accessible.

An assistance dog is allowed upon request.
In der Nähe des Museums befinden sich 2 öffentliche Behindertenparkplätze. Adresse: Wand 28/32
Der Zugang zum Museum erfolgt ebenerdig und stufenlos über die Rollstuhlfahrertür neben dem Haupteingang. Hier ist ein Klingel vorhanden.
Barrier-free access to all levels of the museum by elevators.
A disabled toilet on the 1st floor. is barrier-free accessible by elevator.
The gastronomy on the ground floor is barrier-free accessible
Guided tours for people with special needs are offered by arrangement.

There are folding stools (60) and 1 rental wheelchair available.
Assistance dogs are allowed upon request.


In 2024, the Von der Heydt Museum is dedicating an exhibition with works from the Lothar Schirmer collection to the multiple documenta participant Lothar Baumgarten (1944 - 2018). The exhibition is embedded in the new collection presentation “Times and Spaces”, with which it interacts and opens up new interpretations.

Lothar Baumgarten lived and worked in Berlin and New York City. His work revolved around the question of what was his own and what was foreign; it was about distant spaces that tried to conquer the European eye and European politics. Baumgarten studied at the State Academy of Fine Arts Karlsruhe and at the Düsseldorf Art Academy, among others. with Joseph Beuys. Among numerous other awards, he received the Golden Lion at the Venice Biennale in 1984 for his work “America Señores Naturales”. As early as the 1970s, Baumgarten was concerned with the European view of foreign cultures. In 1978/79 he traveled to the Amazon region and lived there for 18 months with two Yãnomãmi tribes on the upper Orinoco in Venezuela. In addition to his photographs, his installation works are particularly impressive, as they develop a sensual and tactile effect and at the same time subtly encourage people to think about global and socio-political issues.

Image.: Lothar Baumgarten, Culture – Nature, 1971, Lothar Schirmer Collection, © VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2024

A catalog accompanies the exhibition.


Zu sehen sind zwei Fotos von Doris TreitzDas Foto rechts zeigt die Frontansicht einer roten Pistenwalze im Alpemnpark Neuss einer Ganzjahres-SkihalleDas Foto links zeigt das Tropical Islands eine kunstlichen Badewelt in Brandenburg Unter einem grauen Kuppeldach sind ein grüner Palmenwald und hunderte Menschen in bunter Badekleidung an einem Sandstrand zu sehen
Zu sehen sind zwei Fotos von Doris TreitzDas Foto rechts zeigt die Frontansicht einer roten Pistenwalze im Alpemnpark Neuss einer Ganzjahres-SkihalleDas Foto links zeigt das Tropical Islands eine kunstlichen Badewelt in Brandenburg Unter einem grauen Kuppeldach sind ein grüner Palmenwald und hunderte Menschen in bunter Badekleidung an einem Sandstrand zu sehen

Doris Treitz – Austauschbare Orte und Artificial Super Surroundings09.04.2024 - 15.04.2024
Kartenlink
Glasmoog
Do/Fr 16-19, Sa 14-18 h u.n.V.
Filzengraben 2a, 50676 Köln
0221-20189213



Die Bilderserie Light and Heavy der niederländischen Malerin Jos Heerkens besteht aus vier Leinwandarbeiten im Format 90 x 35 cm Alle vier Kompositionen bestehen aus senkrechten Linien horizontalen Streifen und rechteckigen Flächen in gelb rot hellblau und weiss sowie der Farbe der unbemalten Leinwand
Die Bilderserie Light and Heavy der niederländischen Malerin Jos Heerkens besteht aus vier Leinwandarbeiten im Format 90 x 35 cm Alle vier Kompositionen bestehen aus senkrechten Linien horizontalen Streifen und rechteckigen Flächen in gelb rot hellblau und weiss sowie der Farbe der unbemalten Leinwand

José Heerkens – Light and Heavy14.04.2024 - 01.05.2024
Vernissage: 14.04.2024 11:30 - 16 Uhr
Kartenlink
kunstraumno.10
Fr 17-19, Sa/So 14-16:30 h u.n.V.
Matthiasstrasse 10, 41063 Mönchengladbach
0176-61809720



Inspired by the work of a composer, the Dutch painter José Heerkens, who had a solo exhibition in the renowned Kröller-Müller Museum near Arnhem in 2023, uses horizontal lines and grids to design her oil paintings. Only she doesn't compose with notes, but with colors. Color is the element around which everything ultimately revolves. At first glance you might think it's about construction, about the arrangement of lines, grids and color fields. These elements certainly play a role in her work, but ultimately the color effects created by the pigments of the paints on the canvas are what is essential for José Heerkens. Geometry is not an end, but a means used by color to achieve a universal imagery that expresses our connection to life and nature. José Heerkens changes the mix of colors, the application of paint and even her brush strokes in each of her grids. One layer of color overlays the other, as do the lines, which are sometimes solid and then reapplied at other times.

Heerken's work also includes the freedom that she leaves in her pictures. However, you don't see a classic white canvas, but rather untreated linen. These “free spaces” are important to her so that the work is “open enough to enter,” as she herself puts it. The viewer should be able to enter the work and get involved with it. Her field of work is exploring the effect of a color in direct interaction with another color next to it. As she herself says, it is a continuous process of looking, feeling, thinking and painting itself.

The opening of the exhibition will take place on April 14th from 11:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The finissage of the exhibition will take place on May 1, 2024 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Fig.: José Heerkens, Light and Heavy, oil on linen, each 90 x 35 cm, 2016 - 2024, photos: Peter Cox

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Die Rauminstallation Espacentres objects to connect besteht aus ausgeschnittenen bunt bemalten Sperrholzformen die an den Wänden eines weisen Raumes angelehnt sind Zwei Personen bewegen sich dazu tänzerisch im Raum und halte sich gegenseitig an einem Arm fest
Die Rauminstallation Espacentres objects to connect besteht aus ausgeschnittenen bunt bemalten Sperrholzformen die an den Wänden eines weisen Raumes angelehnt sind Zwei Personen bewegen sich dazu tänzerisch im Raum und halte sich gegenseitig an einem Arm fest

Museum grenzenlos Kunst–Design / Dunkerque–Krefeld28.04.2024 - 08.09.2024
Vernissage: 28.04.2024 11:30 Uhr
Kartenlink
Museum Haus Esters
Di-So 11-17 h
Wilhelmshofallee 91 - 97, 47800 Krefeld
02151-975580


The Haus Lange Haus Esters museums are only partially barrier-free, as they are former residential buildings that have been listed as historical monuments.

The Museum Haus Esters can be reached via a mobile ramp, which will be laid out if necessary. The disabled toilet is located on the ground floor and is accessible at ground level.

The gardens of Haus Lange and Haus Esters cannot be reached without help due to several steps.

Our supervisory team will be happy to help you on site.
The Museum Haus Esters can be reached via a mobile ramp, which will be laid out if necessary.
The disabled toilet is located on the ground floor and is accessible at ground level.


The meeting of art, design and industry connects Krefeld and Dunkerque on the French North Sea coast, which will celebrate 50 years of twinning in 2024. They are also the focus of the Krefeld art museums and the FRAC Grand Large – Hauts-de-France, which, as one of the Fonds régional d'art contemporain, has been collecting contemporary art since 1982 and transporting it to various locations in the region. In a collection exchange, a selection of key works of international, contemporary art and design from the FRAC collection will “move in” to the former Haus Lange Haus Esters residential buildings. Offsite projects in Krefeld's urban space and in schools complement the exhibition and create surprising scenographies and participatory situations. The international dialogue brings the former homes created by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe to life and illuminates the importance of the dialogue between the disciplines of art and design in and outside the museum.

Participating artists: Stéphane Calais, Latifa Echakch, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Philippe Parreno, Hella Jongerius, Studio Formafantasma, Rirkrit Tiravanija and many more.

Fig.: Nefeli Papadimouli, Espaceentres (objecvts zto connect), 2019, plywood, color © Copyright Nefeli Papdimouli, Collection Frac Grand Large – Haute-de-France


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Dauerausstellung zur römischen Geschichte der Stadt Xanten
Mit 6 Themenpavillons und zahlreichen Originalfunden
01.01.2016 - 31.12.2024
Kartenlink
LVR-Archäologischer Park Xanten / LVR-RömerMuseum
tägl. 9-18 h (März-Okt.), 9-17 h (Nov.), 10-16 h (Dez)
Trajanstr. 4, 46509 Xanten
02801-7120


Der Archäologische Park Xanten (APX) mit dem LVR-RömerMuseum ist in weiten Teilen für Besucherinnen und Besucher mit eingeschränkter Mobilität erschlossen. Ein Flyer vermittelt einen Überblick über begehbare Bereiche, mobile Rampen und Toiletten. An der Kasse stehen Rollstühle zur Ausleihe bereit.

Am alten Haupteingang am Hafentempel (Straße Am Rheintor), am neuen Haupteingang nahe dem Stadtzentrum (im Keisverkehr Am Rheintor rechts abbiegend) und am Parkeingang vor dem Museum (Siegfriedstraße 39) stehen ausreichend kostenlose Parkplätze zur Verfügung. Die Parkflächen und Zuwege sind rollstuhlgerecht ausgebaut.

Auf dem Parkgelände sind mehrere Toilettenanlagen für Menschen mit eingeschränkter Mobilität eingerichtet. Die Anlage direkt am Eingang ist reserviert für Menschen mit Bewegungseinschränkungen. Sie ist mit Duschfunktion und Warmlufttrocknung ausgestattet und kann mit dem Euroschlüssel aufgeschlossen werden. Bei Bedarf kann ein Schlüssel an der Kasse ausgeliehen werden. In zwei neuen Toilettenanlagen stehen auch Wickelplätze für erwachsene Personen zur Verfügung.

Das LVR-RömerMuseum ist komplett barrierefrei zugänglich. Über den Park verteilt gibt es Sitzgelegenheiten. Hier kann man zwischendurch entspannen, die Aussicht genießen und den Besuch ganz in der eigenen Geschwindigkeit gestalten.

Ein tragbares Multimediagerät leitet durch das LVR-RömerMuseum mit Filmen in Gebärdensprache. Dieses Angebot wird in Zukunft auf den gesamten Archäologischen Park ausgeweitet.

Auf Wunsch kann für Ihre Führungen ein Gebärdendolmetscher engagiert werden.
Sufficient free parking spaces are available at the old main entrance at the harbor temple (Straße Am Rheintor), at the new main entrance near the city center (turn right in the Am Rheintor traffic circle) and at the park entrance in front of the museum (Siegfriedstraße 39). The parking areas and access roads are wheelchair accessible.
There are several toilet facilities for people with restricted mobility on the park grounds. The facility directly at the entrance is reserved for people with restricted mobility. It is equipped with a shower function and hot air drying and can be unlocked with the Euro key. If required, a key can be borrowed from the cash desk. There are also changing areas for adults in two new toilet facilities.
Especially for blind people and people with limited vision we offer the hands-on program "History to touch". About thirty original finds made of ceramics, metal and bone can be picked up and extensively felt. This program is only available in connection with one Booked guided tours are offered. For people with visual impairments and blind visitors, a tactile gallery has been set up in the Roman inn. Models of the reconstructions are set up there in a handy scale. The models are made from the right material, so that they feel like their full-size role models. There are also There are a few smaller objects that can be touched. The touch gallery can be visited as part of a group tour. Individual visitors should contact the supervisor.
A portable multimedia device guides visitors through the LVR-RömerMuseum with films in sign language. This offer will be extended to the entire Archaeological Park in the future. On request, a sign language interpreter can be hired for your tour. This does not only apply to the standard tours in the park and in the museum. Suggestions and requests are expressly welcome!
The LVR-RömerMuseum is completely barrier-free. Seating is available throughout the park. Here you can relax in between, enjoy the view and plan your visit at your own pace.
Assistance dogs are allowed.





Neue Welten – Die Entdeckung der Sammlung21.06.2019 - 30.06.2024
Kartenlink
Museum Folkwang
Di-So 10-18, Do/Fr 10-20 h
Museumsplatz 1, 45128 Essen
0201-8845000


In May 1960, the first new Folkwang building was opened after the Second World War: the so-called old building, which is now a listed building. In the old building, the museum shows the masterpieces of the 19th and 20th centuries. The new building designed by David Chipperfield was inaugurated in 2010 as the European Capital of Culture RUHR.2010. Here are the exhibition areas - the collection 20./21. Century, photography, poster, graphics and special exhibitions - as well as library and reading room, multifunctional hall for lectures and events, depots and restoration workshops.

There are 4 disabled parking spaces available in the underground car park of the new building.
There is a lift in the underground car park, and the control panels are also barrier-free.

The main entrance can also be reached barrier-free via a flat ramp. There is also an elevator that can be called from outside. The control panel is placed barrier-free. All levels of the museum are barrier-free.

The door widths in the old building are suitable for wheelchairs.

Door openers are installed throughout the new building.

A staffed cloakroom is located in the foyer.

There are a total of 4 disabled toilets. 1 toilet is in the old building near the museum café, in the new building there is 1 toilet near the Hirschlandsaal and 2 toilets near the cloakroom.

The museum café in the old building and the Vincent & Paul restaurant in the new building are barrier-free.

Magnifying glasses and folding stools (100) can be borrowed. A limited number of wheelchairs are also available.

A free app with texts and audio files is available for the permanent collection and the major special exhibitions.

Guided tours in sign language are offered for special exhibitions. Inquiries about guided tours and workshops via the visitor office on Tel.: 0201-8845444, Email: info@museum-folkwang.essen.de.

An assistance dog is allowed.
Four disabled parking spaces are available in the underground car park of the new Museum Folkwang. The entrance to the museum and visiting the exhibition is barrier-free from here.
The main entrance can be reached barrier-free via a flat ramp. There is also an elevator that can be called from outside. The control panel is placed barrier-free.
Barrier-free elevators are available, the elevator control panels are barrier-free. All levels of the museum are barrier-free.
There are a total of 4 disabled toilets. 1 toilet is in the old building near the museum café, in the new building there is 1 toilet near the Hirschlandsaal and 2 toilets near the cloakroom.
Guided tours in sign language are offered for special exhibitions.
A free app with texts and audio files is available for the permanent collection and the major special exhibitio
Magnifying glasses can be borrowed.
The museum website can be accessed in plain language.

Guided tours in plain language are offered regularly.
An assistance dog is allowed.
The Streiflichter – guided tours for people with dementia take place once a quarter.
Magnifying glasses and folding stools (100) can be borrowed. A limited number of wheelchairs are also available.

Guided tours in sign language and plain language are offered regularly.

Audio guides are available for the permanent collection. Guided tours in sign language are offered for special exhibitions. Inquiries about guided tours and workshops via the visitor office on Tel.: 0201-8845444, Email: info@museum-folkwang.essen.de.
The edda restaurant in the new building is barrier-free.





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).





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.





SICHTBAR – die Eigene Sammlung05.04.2020 - 31.12.2024
Kartenlink
Kunstmuseum Bochum
Di - So 10-17, Mi 10-20 h
Kortumstr. 147, 44777 Bochum
0234-9104230


The Bochum Art Museum was founded in 1960 as a municipal art gallery for art after 1945 and is housed in the historic Villa Marckhoff. In 1983, a cubic extension was built by the Danish architects Bo and Wohlert.

Access to the museum is via a flat ramp that leads to the main entrance at ground level. A doorbell is available. The door will be opened by the cashier.

A disabled-accessible cloakroom/lockers are located in the entrance area.

1 disabled toilet is on the ground floor.

The door widths throughout the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.

Folding stools (30) are available on request.

Guided tours in simple language as well as tours for the blind/visually impaired are offered.

Tactile objects are available upon request.

Special offers such as "I`ll give you a moment" are being developed for people with dementia. Workshops are held on request. Information on art mediation: Tel.: 0234 - 910 4225, Email: kunstvermittlung@bochum.de.

The cafeteria in the entrance area is barrier-free.

Assistance dogs are allowed.
Access is via a flat ramp leading to the main entrance at ground level. There is a doorbell here. The door will be opened by the cashier. The door widths throughout the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.
1 disabled toilet is on the ground floor.
The 1st and 2nd floor of the museum can be reached via a central ramp or by elevator. The elevator is operated by the staff. The door widths throughout the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.
The cafeteria in the entrance area is barrier-free.
Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are offered. Tactile objects are available upon request.
Guided tours are offered in plain language.
Assistance dogs are allowed.
Folding stools (30) are available on request.

Guided tours are offered in plain language and for the blind/visually impaired.

Tactile objects are available upon request. Special offers such as "I`ll give you a moment" are being developed for people with dementia. Workshops are held on request. Information on art mediation: Tel.: 0234 - 910 4225, Email: kunstvermittlung@bochum.de.





Geschichte Aachens: Stadt Karls des Großen01.01.2021 - 31.12.2024
Kartenlink
Centre Charlemagne
Di-So 10-18 Uhr
Katschhof 1, 52062 Aachen
0241-4324956


The Center Charlemagne is the new city museum of the city of Aachen. In the permanent exhibition of the Center Charlemagne, visitors get to know the most important Aachen figures, events and stories.

The Center Charlemagne does not have its own disabled parking space, as it is located in the middle of the pedestrian zone, which is closed to cars. However, there are several car parks near the Center Charlemagne. 5 disabled parking spaces are available in the Rathaus multi-storey car park (Mostardstrasse 5), a 1-minute walk away.

Access to the museum is at ground level and stepless. Barrier-free entrances to the museum are marked. Folding stools (60) can be borrowed.

The elevator in the house is suitable for wheelchairs. The elevator takes you to the various stations of the permanent exhibition in the basement.

The café on the ground floor is barrier-free. 1 disabled toilet is available on the ground floor. Numerous handicapped accessible cloakrooms/lockers are available on the ground floor.

There are inductive audio systems in all rooms accessible to visitors.

40 audio guides are available. There is also the option of downloading an app with the same information.

Guided tours for visually impaired and blind people are offered, which can also be booked independently. Three magnifying glasses are permanently installed in the permanent exhibition.

Sign language is offered at numerous media stations in the permanent exhibition. Guided tours in sign language for groups are available on request.

Guided tours in easy-to-understand language are available for groups on request.
The Center Charlemagne does not have its own disabled parking space, as it is located in the middle of the pedestrian zone, which is closed to cars. However, there are several car parks near the Center Charlemagne. 1 minute walk, in the Rathaus car park (Mostardstrasse 5) there are 5 disabled parking spaces available.
Access to the building is at ground level and stepless.
The elevator in the house is suitable for wheelchairs. The elevator takes you to the various stations of the permanent exhibition in the basement.
The café on the ground floor is barrier-free accessible.
1 disabled toilet is available on the ground floor. Numerous disabled-accessible cloakrooms/lockers are available on the ground floor.
40 audio guides are available. There is also the option of downloading an app with the same information.
Guided tours for visually impaired and blind people are offered, which can also be booked at any time. Three magnifying glasses are permanently installed in the permanent exhibition.
Sign language is offered at numerous media stations in the permanent exhibition. Guided tours in sign language for groups are available on request.
Barrier-free entrances to the museum are marked. Folding stools (60) can be borrowed.
Guided tours in simple language for groups are available on request.
Inductive audio system in all rooms accessible to visitors.





Ratingen Stadt Geschichte
Dauerausstellung zur Ratinger Stadtgeschichte von 1276 bis heute
01.05.2021 - 31.12.2024
Kartenlink
Museum Ratingen
Di-Fr 13-18, Sa/So 11-18 h
Peter-Brüning-Platz 1, 40878 Ratingen
02102-5504180


The Ratingen Museum houses the municipal collection of modern art, the Johann Peter Melchior Collection and the cultural and historical exhibition on the history and development of Ratingen. Special exhibitions supplement the permanent presentations. Together with the media center, the museum has its own parking garage. There are two designated disabled parking spaces.

The running time from there to the museum is about 7 minutes. Access for wheelchair users is at ground level and stepless via the side entrance to the administration. There is a bell here that says "Museum".

The door widths in the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.

A wheelchair elevator in the museum can be used on request.

A wheelchair-accessible toilet in the basement can be reached barrier-free via the wheelchair elevator.

The museum café in the foyer is barrier-free.

Folding stools, 1 wheelchair and magnifying glasses can be borrowed.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are offered.

Tactile objects are available.

Guided tours in plain language and in sign language are organized on request.

An assistance dog is allowed.
Together with the media center, the museum has its own parking garage. There are two designated disabled parking spaces. The walking time from there to the museum is 7 minutes.
Access to the museum for wheelchair users is at ground level and stepless via the side entrance to the administration. There is a bell here that says "Museum". The door widths in the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.
A wheelchair lift can be used on request.
A wheelchair-accessible toilet in the basement can be reached barrier-free via the wheelchair elevator.
The museum café in the foyer is barrier-free.
Guided tours are offered for the blind and visually impaired. Tactile objects are available.
Guided tours are conducted in sign language upon request.
Guided tours in easy-to-understand language are available on request.
An assistance dog is allowed.
Folding stools, a wheelchair and magnifying glasses can be borrowed. Guided tours and workshops are offered for different target groups.





Verführerischer Jugendstil
Frauendarstellungen auf Zinnobjekten – von Femme fatale bis Femme fragile
01.05.2021 - 31.12.2024
Kartenlink
Kreismuseum Zons
Di-Fr 14-18, Sa, So, F 11-18 h
Schloßstraße 1, 41541 Dormagen
02133-53020


Zons is one of the best preserved late medieval fortifications on the Lower Rhine. In the middle of the historic complex is a former castle as a monument preservation highlight. The museum is part of the historical ensemble with buildings from the 17th to the end of the 20th century. 2 designated disabled parking spaces are located near the museum building.

Most of the exhibition rooms are accessible to wheelchair users after registration. (Platform lift, max. 300 kg load capacity) It is not possible to use the lift on weekends (except for special events).

1 disabled toilet is located on the premises of the Kultzur Center.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request.

An assistance dog is allowed upon request.

Please address inquiries for guided tours and further information to Ms. Hahn on Tel.: 02133-53020, Mail: kreismuseum-zons@rhein-kreis-neuss.de
2 designated disabled parking spaces are located near the museum building.
From the ground floor to the first floor. a stair lift up to 300 kg is available.
1 disabled toilet is located on the premises of the Kultzur Center.
Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request. Please address inquiries for guided tours and further information to Ms. Hahn on Tel.: 02133-53020, Mail: kreismuseum-zons@rhein-kreis-neuss.de
An assistance dog is allowed upon request.
Please address inquiries for guided tours and further information to Ms. Hahn on Tel.: 02133-53020, Mail: kreismuseum-zons@rhein-kreis-neuss.de





Wohnkultur des 18. und 19. Jahrhunderts
Dauerausstellung
01.01.2022 - 31.12.2024
Kartenlink
Roentgen-Museum Neuwied
Di-Fr 11-17, Sa/So/Fei 14-17 Uhr
Raiffeisenplatz 1a, 56564 Neuwied
02631-803379


The Roentgen Museum Neuwied was opened in 1928 as a district museum in a building designed by the Cologne architects Mattar and Scheler.

A disabled parking space is located directly behind the museum building. Access to the museum is at ground level and there are no steps. All levels of the museum can be reached by wheelchair users via a large passenger elevator.

The disabled toilet is on the 3rd floor and is easily accessible via the large passenger elevator.

The passenger elevator can be operated with large tactile characters.
There are some tactile objects available.

Guided tours for visually impaired and blind people are offered on request.

Guided tours in plain language are offered on request.

Folding chairs can be borrowed for free on the ground floor.

Assistance dogs are allowed.
A disabled parking space is located directly behind the museum building.
Access to the museum is at ground level and there are no steps.
All levels of the museum can be reached by wheelchair users via a large passenger elevator.
The disabled toilet is on the 3rd floor and is easily accessible via the large passenger elevator.
The passenger elevator can be operated with large tactile characters.
There are some tactile objects available. Guided tours for visually impaired and blind people are offered on request.
Guided tours in plain language are offered on request.
Folding chairs can be borrowed for free on the ground floor.
Assistance dogs are allowed.





Vergangenheit, Gegenwart und Zukunft der Medien erleben
Dauerausstellung
01.01.2022 - 31.12.2024
Kartenlink
Internationales Zeitungsmuseum IZM
Di-So 10-18 h
Pontstr. 13, 52062 Aachen
0241-4324910


The IZM has been housed in the historic "Great House of Aachen" (1495) since 1931. It is located in the pedestrian zone and therefore does not have its own disabled parking space. On the museum`s website, however, a city map with all disabled parking spaces in the area can be called up (PDF).
The museum is located in the pedestrian zone and therefore does not have its own disabled parking space. However, a city map with all disabled parking spaces in the area (PDF) can be called up on the museum`s website.
Assistance dogs are allowed.
The museum is accessible at ground level and without steps. In the entrance area there is a wheelchair-accessible elevator. The elevator takes you to the 1 meter higher exhibition level with the checkout area. From here you can reach the Café Kaffesatz and the disabled toilet without barriers.
With the lift, which is suitable for wheelchairs, you can reach the 1 meter higher exhibition level from the entrance area with the cash register area, disabled toilet facilities, museum shop and the Café Kaffesatz. The library and the permanent exhibition on the upper floor can also be reached by elevator.
A disabled toilet is located on the lower exhibition level.
The Café Kaffesatz is barrier-free accessible from the checkout area.
Infopoints with audio guides are installed in every room of the permanent exhibition for people with visual impairments.
Infopoints with audio guides are installed in every room of the permanent exhibition for people with visual impairments.





Eine alte Fabrik wird lebendig
Dauerausstellung zur Geschichte der Tuchfabrik Müller
01.01.2022 - 31.12.2024
Kartenlink
LVR Idustriemuseum Tuchfabrik Müller
Di-Fr 10-17, Sa/So/Fei 11-18 Uhr
Carl-Koenen-Straße 25, 53881 Euskirchen
02234-9921555


The former Müller cloth factory, the core of the LVR Industrial Museum in Euskirchen, is almost completely accessible to people with mobility problems or wheelchair users, despite the historic building fabric being listed. All floors of the cloth factory can be reached via a sufficiently large passenger elevator. Since the cloth factory can only be visited with a guided tour, there is always a contact person who is happy to help if required. Disabled parking spaces and a disabled toilet in the new museum building are available.

All doors/passages are at least 90 cm wide (exception: outbuildings - smallest passage width 70 cm). The tables in the café are wheelchair accessible at a height of 67 cm.

For the tour of the cloth factory and the special exhibition, folding stools can be borrowed free of charge, which when closed also serve as walking and standing aids.

During the guided tours in the cloth factory there are many tactile offers which, together with the noise of the machines and the smell of oil and wool, make the visit a sensual experience. The tours last about 75 minutes. A fee of €45 must be paid for the tour (up to 25 people) and the reduced group admission for severely disabled people of €3.50 per person. On request it is possible to book a separate tour for a group of people with visual impairments and blind people. If possible, the program should be agreed at least two weeks in advance.

The museum offers special exhibitions on fixed dates on Sundays for deaf and hearing-impaired people. The tours last about 75 minutes. Please check our events calendar for current dates. The tours are translated into German sign language by a sign language interpreter. The sign language interpreter is paid for by the Regional Council of the Rhineland, the reduced entrance fee for the severely disabled is €4.

Deaf people can also book individual tours with sign language translation on a desired date during opening hours. The tours last about 75 minutes. The LVR bears the costs for the sign language interpreter, you pay the reduced group admission for severely disabled people of €3.50 per person, plus €45 guide fee (up to 25 people). Please register at least four weeks before the dates using the registration form on the museum website.

For visitors with cognitive disabilities, tours and programs are conducted in simple, understandable language and specifically tailored to the needs of the groups. In the Müller cloth factory, visitors can try out many things for themselves and experience machines in action. Some programs are more action-oriented and particularly suitable for people with learning disabilities. If possible, the programs should be arranged by telephone at least two weeks before the planned date. Telephone: 02251-1488 0)
Disabled parking spaces are available in the new museum building.
All floors of the cloth factory can be reached via a sufficiently large passenger elevator that is suitable for wheelchairs. The wet finish and the steam engine can only be reached via a flight of stairs, but can be viewed.
A disabled toilet is located in the new museum building (main building).
During the guided tours in the cloth factory there are many tactile offers which, together with the noise of the machines and the smell of oil and wool, make the visit a sensual experience. The tours last about 75 minutes. A fee of €45 must be paid for the tour (up to 25 people) and the reduced group admission for severely disabled people of €3.50 per person. On request it is possible to book a separate tour for a group of people with visual impairments and blind people. If possible, the program should be agreed at least two weeks in advance.
The tables in the café are wheelchair accessible at a height of 67 cm.
For visitors with cognitive disabilities, tours and programs are conducted in simple, understandable language and specifically tailored to the needs of the groups. In the Müller cloth factory, visitors can try out many things for themselves and experience machines in action. Some programs are more action-oriented and particularly suitable for people with learning disabilities. If possible, the programs should be arranged by telephone at least two weeks before the planned date. Telephone: 02251-1488 0)
The museum offers special exhibitions on fixed dates on Sundays for deaf and hearing-impaired people. The tours last about 75 minutes. Please check our events calendar for current dates. The tours are translated into German sign language by a sign language interpreter. The sign language interpreter is paid for by the Regional Council of the Rhineland, the reduced entrance fee for the severely disabled is €4.

Deaf people can also book individual tours with sign language translation on a desired date during opening hours. The tours last about 75 minutes. The LVR bears the costs for the sign language interpreter, you pay the reduced group admission for severely disabled people of €3.50 per person, plus €45 guide fee (up to 25 people). Please register at least four weeks before the dates using the registration form on the museum website.
Since the cloth factory can only be visited with a guided tour, you will always find a contact person who will be happy to help you if you wish.

For the tour of the cloth factory and the special exhibition, you can borrow folding stools free of charge, which when closed also serve as walking and standing aids.

All doors/passages are at least 90 cm wide (exception: outbuildings - smallest passage width 70 cm).

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Stadtgeschichtliche Sammlung01.01.2022 - 31.12.2024
Kartenlink
Städtisches Museum Schloss Rheydt
Di-So 11-18 h
Schlossstr. 508, 41238 Mönchengladbach
02166-928900


Rheydt Castle in Mönchengladbach is the only architecturally completely preserved Renaissance castle on the Lower Rhine. Today, the castle and the outer bailey not only house the Municipal Museum of the City of Mönchengladbach, but are also a venue for a variety of cultural events and a local recreation area with extensive green spaces.

The mansion is fully wheelchair accessible. An elevator is available. A wheelchair-accessible toilet with an alarm button is also available.

The outer bailey is not fully accessible for wheelchair users.
The cobblestones on the outside paths can also present a slight barrier. Walking aids with small wheels do not roll comfortably there. Steep inclines cannot be overcome on the paths.

The casemates can only be accessed via stairs.

The museum regularly offers special tours for people with dementia changes, often also for residents of old people`s homes and other facilities. The visit is based on a trip to Rheydt Castle, a "trip into the blue". In conversations, with pictures and original objects, the participants` memories are evoked and reproduced. The path through the museum ends at a coffee table set in the style of the 1950s/60s.

Appointments can be made personally on 02166-9289016 on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. and on Thursdays from 3 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.

You can also send us your request by e-mail (museumspaedagogik@schlossrheydt.de) with your phone number.
A wheelchair-accessible elevator is available.
A wheelchair accessible toilet is available.
The museum regularly offers special tours for people with dementia changes, often also for residents of old people`s homes and other facilities. The visit is based on a trip to Rheydt Castle, a "trip into the blue". In conversations, with pictures and original objects, the participants` memories are evoked and reproduced. The path through the museum ends at a coffee table set in the style of the 1950s/60s.

Appointments can be made personally on 0 21 66 – 9 28 90 – 16 on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. and on Thursdays from 3 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.

You can also send us your request by e-mail (museumspaedagogik@schlossrheydt.de) with your phone number.
Assistance dogs are allowed but must be on a leash.





Sammlung Seuwen
Antikensammlung
01.01.2022 - 31.12.2024
Kartenlink
Städtisches Museum Schloss Rheydt
Di-So 11-18 h
Schlossstr. 508, 41238 Mönchengladbach
02166-928900


Rheydt Castle in Mönchengladbach is the only architecturally completely preserved Renaissance castle on the Lower Rhine. Today, the castle and the outer bailey not only house the Municipal Museum of the City of Mönchengladbach, but are also a venue for a variety of cultural events and a local recreation area with extensive green spaces.

The mansion is fully wheelchair accessible. An elevator is available. A wheelchair-accessible toilet with an alarm button is also available.

The outer bailey is not fully accessible for wheelchair users.
The cobblestones on the outside paths can also present a slight barrier. Walking aids with small wheels do not roll comfortably there. Steep inclines cannot be overcome on the paths.

The casemates can only be accessed via stairs.

The museum regularly offers special tours for people with dementia changes, often also for residents of old people`s homes and other facilities. The visit is based on a trip to Rheydt Castle, a "trip into the blue". In conversations, with pictures and original objects, the participants` memories are evoked and reproduced. The path through the museum ends at a coffee table set in the style of the 1950s/60s.

Appointments can be made personally on 02166-9289016 on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. and on Thursdays from 3 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.

You can also send us your request by e-mail (museumspaedagogik@schlossrheydt.de) with your phone number.
A wheelchair-accessible elevator is available.
A wheelchair accessible toilet is available.
The museum regularly offers special tours for people with dementia changes, often also for residents of old people`s homes and other facilities. The visit is based on a trip to Rheydt Castle, a "trip into the blue". In conversations, with pictures and original objects, the participants` memories are evoked and reproduced. The path through the museum ends at a coffee table set in the style of the 1950s/60s.

Appointments can be made personally on 0 21 66 – 9 28 90 – 16 on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. and on Thursdays from 3 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.

You can also send us your request by e-mail (museumspaedagogik@schlossrheydt.de) with your phone number.
Assistance dogs are allowed but must be on a leash.





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Ideenwelten für den Schlosspark des Museums Morsbroich
12.08.2022 - 16.08.2026
Kartenlink
Museum Morsbroich Leverkusen
Di 11-21, Mi-So 11-17 h
Gustav-Heinemann-Str. 80, 51377 Leverkusen
0214-855560


In January 1951, the Museum Morsbroich was opened as the first newly founded museum for contemporary art in the Federal Republic of Germany. It is housed in the historic building of Morsbroich Castle, a former Commandery of the Teutonic Order.

There are 3 disabled parking spaces available. Access to the Museum Morsbroich is level and stepless via a side entrance on the left side of the building. At the bottom of the stairs on the left there is a bell that you can use to call the staff. The staff will escort you to the elevator. All levels of the museum can be reached barrier-free by elevator.

The rooms of the museum education are located in the left side building of the castle and are accessible at ground level.

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

Folding stools (40) and a wheelchair for hire are available.

Guided tours in plain language are organized on request. Contact: Angela Hoogstraaten, phone: 0214-85556-15, email: angela.hoogstraten@museum-morsbroich.de

The restaurant can be reached at ground level and without steps. There is 1 disabled toilet in the restaurant. On request, disabled people or wheelchair users can park directly in front of the restaurant. Registration under Tel: 0214-96004564
There are 3 disabled parking spaces available.
Access to the Museum Morsbroich is level and stepless via a side entrance on the left side of the building. At the bottom of the stairs on the left there is a bell that you can use to call the staff. The staff will escort you to the elevator. The rooms of the museum education are located in the left side building of the castle and are accessible at ground level.
1 disabled toilet is located in the basement and can be reached barrier-free with the elevator.
All levels of the museum can be reached barrier-free by elevator.
Guided tours in plain language are organized on request.
Contact: Angela Hoogstraaten, phone: 0214-85556-15, email: angela.hoogstraten@museum-morsbroich.de
The restaurant can be reached at ground level and without steps. There is a disabled toilet in the restaurant. On request, disabled people or wheelchair users can park directly in front of the restaurant. Registration under Tel: 0214-96004564.
Folding stools (40) and a wheelchair for hire are available. Guided tours in plain language are organized on request. Contact: Angela Hoogstraaten, phone: 0214-85556-15, email: angela.hoogstraten@museum-morsbroich.de





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.





Das Museum ist wegen Umbaumaßnahmen bis auf Weiteres geschlossen01.01.2023 - 30.07.2024
Kartenlink
B.C. Koekkoek-Haus
Di-So /Fei 11-17 h
Koekkoekplatz 1, 47533 Kleve
02821-768833




Schlesische Erinnerungsorte
Dauerausstellung
01.01.2023 - 31.12.2024
Kartenlink
Haus Schlesien - Museum für schlesische Landeskunde
Di-Fr 10-12, 13-17, Sa/So/Fei 11-18 h
Dollendorfer Str. 412, 53639 Königswinter
02244-8860




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.





Dauerausstellungen zur Burggeschichte, zur Stadtgeschichte und zur Firma Thonet01.01.2023 - 31.12.2024
Kartenlink
Museum Boppard
Di-Fr 10-17, Sa/So/Fei 11-18 Uhr
Burgplatz 2, 56154 Boppard
06742-8015984


The Musuem Boopard is housed in the historic Electoral Castle. When redesigning the museum, the issue of "accessibility" was taken into account.

A designated disabled parking space is available, access via Burgstrasse. The path from the parking lot to the entrance is 50 meters long and easily passable. The building is accessible at ground level and without steps via the entrance from Burgplatz.

Several disabled toilets are located on the ground floor.

The exhibitions on the different floors of the museum can be reached via a wheelchair-accessible elevator. There are no steps in the exhibition tours, the walkways are spacious and the exhibition units are easily accessible with a wheelchair. Exhibition content is conveyed through high-contrast, easily legible text representations or audio files.

A wheelchair and a walker can be borrowed. All doors and passageways that can be used by visitors are at least 90 cm wide.

The checkout counter is 77 cm high at its lowest point. Most of the exhibits are accessible to wheelchair users while sitting.

The museum staff looks forward to welcoming visitors and is always ready to help and provide information.
A designated disabled parking space is available. The path from the parking lot to the entrance is 50 meters long. It is easy to drive on.
The building is accessible at ground level and without steps via the entrance from Burgplatz.
All rooms accessible to visitors are at ground level or can be reached via an elevator suitable for wheelchairs. The elevator door is 110 cm wide. All doors and passageways that can be used by visitors are at least 90 cm wide. The exhibitions on the different floors of the museum can be reached via a wheelchair-accessible elevator. There are no steps in the exhibition tours, the walkways are spacious and the exhibition units are easily accessible with a wheelchair.
Several disabled toilets are located on the ground floor.
Exhibition content is conveyed through high-contrast, easily legible text representations or audio files.
A wheelchair and a walker can be borrowed. All doors and passageways that can be used by visitors are at least 90 cm wide. The checkout counter is 77 cm high at its lowest point. Most of the exhibits are accessible to wheelchair users while sitting.
Assistance dogs are allowed.





Dauerausstellung zu den Werken verfolgter Künstler*innen01.01.2023 - 31.12.2024
Kartenlink
Zentrum für verfolgte Künste
Di–So/Fei 10–17 Uhr
Wuppertaler Str. 160, 42653 Solingen
+49 212 2 58 14-0 / -44 Fax


The Center for Persecuted Arts is located in the building of the former town hall of Gräfrath, which was built in 1907/1908 in the Neuberg style and expanded in 1995/1996 with a rear extension.

There are 2 disabled parking spaces available. Access is via the side entrance on the left, which is at ground level and has no steps. Unfortunately, all access routes are paved with cobblestones.

A disabled-friendly sanitary room is available on the 2nd floor below.

Disabled lockers are available in the foyer. The publicly accessible areas of the museum can be reached via an elevator suitable for wheelchairs. The door widths are only partially suitable for wheelchairs.

Audio guides can be borrowed in the foyer, as can folding stools and a wheelchair.

Tactile sculptures are available.

Texts are available in plain language.

The Junkbrunnen restaurant is located on the ground floor. Access is via a level, step-free entrance. A disabled toilet is available in the restaurant. A ground-level beer garden also belongs to the restaurant.
Opening times: Tue-Sat 4.30pm-11pm, Sunday 12pm-2pm & 4.30pm-10pm
There are 2 disabled parking spaces available.
Step-free access at ground level is possible via the side entrance on the left.
The publicly accessible areas of the museum can be reached via an elevator suitable for wheelchairs. However, the door widths are only partially suitable for wheelchair users.
A disabled toilet is located on the 2nd basement floor.
Audio guides can be borrowed in the foyer.
Some tactile sculptures are available.
Texts are available in plain language.
Assistance dogs are allowed
The Jungbrunnen restaurant is located on the ground floor. Access is via a level, step-free entrance. A disabled toilet is available in the restaurant. A ground-level beer garden also belongs to the restaurant.
Opening times: Tue-Sat 4.30pm-11pm, Sunday 12pm-2pm & 4.30pm-10pm
Audio guides can be borrowed in the foyer, as can folding stools and a wheelchair.





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.





Kosmos Arp
Sophie Taeuber-Arp und Hans Arp – ein Künstlerpaar der Avantgarde
14.05.2023 - 31.12.2024
Kartenlink
Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck
Di-So/Fei 11-18 h
Hans-Arp-Allee 1, 53424 Remagen
02228-94250


The Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck uses the historic station building and the modern museum building designed by the American architect Richard Meier. Both buildings are connected by a spectacular tunnel and the subsequent elevator tower.

There are 2 designated disabled parking spaces in front of the main entrance to the museum.

To get there, turn right behind the museum car park up the hill (direction Wildpark Rolandseck), then turn right in front of the station building.

Access to the museum is at ground level and stepless. Disabled-accessible cloakrooms/lockers are available in the foyer. 1 disabled toilet is located in the historic station and in the new building.

Folding stools (100) and 1 wheelchair can be borrowed at the cash desk.

Audio guides (80) are available.

For people with hearing impairments who would like to take part in a public tour, hearing amplifiers (80) are available by prior arrangement.

Guided tours and workshops are offered for people with psychological or mental disabilities and for people with dementia.

Tours in sign language and tours for people with hearing impairments can be booked.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request.

The gastronomy in the historic train station is barrier-free accessible via the elevator from the foyer.
There are 2 designated disabled parking spaces in front of the main entrance to the museum. To get there, turn right behind the museum car park up the hill (direction Wildpark Rolandseck), then turn right in front of the station building.
From the handicapped parking space you can reach the foyer via a level, step-free access.
There is one disabled toilet each in the historic station and in the new building.
All levels of the museum can be reached barrier-free with the elevator. By train from Koblenz/Remagen
Coming, you will find a barrier-free elevator in the brown clad building in the direction of travel at the far end of the platform.
The gastronomy in the historic train station is barrier-free accessible via the elevator from the foyer.
Guided tours are conducted in sign language upon request
For people with hearing impairments who would like to take part in a public tour, hearing amplifiers (80) are available by prior arrangement and can be borrowed at the cash desk.
80 audio guides are available.
Folding stools (100) and 1 wheelchair can be borrowed at the cash desk. Audio guides (80) are available. For people with hearing impairments who would like to take part in a public tour, hearing amplifiers (80) are available by prior arrangement and can be borrowed at the cash desk.

Specially tailored tours and workshops are offered for people with psychological or mental disabilities and for people with dementia.

Guided tours in sign language and special tours for people with hearing impairments can be booked.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request.

All mediation offers can also be booked as integrative tours or workshops for people with and without disabilities.





IM HERZEN WILD. Brücke, Bauhaus, Blauer Reiter25.05.2023 - 31.01.2025
Kartenlink
Kunstmuseum Mülheim an der Ruhr
Di-So 11-18 h / 3.10., 1.11., 24.12., 25.12., 31.12.2016 + 1.1.2017 geschlossen
Synagogenplatz 1, 45468 Mülheim an der Ruhr
0208-4554138


The Kunstmuseum Mülheim an der Ruhr has been housed in the listed building of the former main post office in the center of Mülheim since 1994. It was converted into a museum from 1984 to 1994.

Two public disabled parking spaces are located on Bahnstrasse to the right of the Schloßstrasse underground car park entrance.

Disabled access to the art museum is located at the side entrance of the painting school and can be reached directly from the parking lot.<

A wheelchair-friendly elevator is available.

A disabled toilet is available.

In cooperation with the Alzheimer Society Mülheim an der Ruhr e.V., the museum offers a project for cultural and social participation for people with dementia: Special museum tours are aimed at those affected, their relatives, carers and seniors with age-related restrictions. Elke Morain provides information on the placement program on Tel.: 0208-4554171.
Two public disabled parking spaces are located on Bahnstrasse to the right of the entrance to the Schlossstrasse underground car park.
Disabled access to the art museum is located at the side entrance to the painting school and can be reached directly from the car park.
A wheelchair-friendly elevator is available.
A disabled toilet is available.
In cooperation with the Alzheimer Society Mülheim an der Ruhr e.V., the museum offers a project for cultural and social participation for people with dementia: Special museum tours are aimed at those affected, their relatives, carers and seniors with age-related restrictions. Elke Morain provides information on the placement program on Tel.: 0208-4554171
Assistance dogs are allowed.
In cooperation with the Alzheimer Society Mülheim an der Ruhr e.V., the museum offers a project for cultural and social participation for people with dementia: Special museum tours are aimed at those affected, their relatives, carers and seniors with age-related restrictions. Elke Morain provides information on the placement program on Tel.: 0208-4554171





Sammlerträume. Sternstunden niederländischer Barockkunst26.05.2023 - 21.04.2024
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.





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





Paradise Tossed
Eine vierteilige Reihe des Inter Media Art Institute im NRW-Forum Düsseldorf.
18.08.2023 - 23.05.2024
Kartenlink
NRW-Forum Düsseldorf
Di-So 11-20, Fr 11-24 h
Ehrenhof 2, 40479 Düsseldorf
0211-8926690


The NRW-Forum Düsseldorf is part of the listed Ehrenhof ensemble from the 1920s, which also includes the Museum Kunstpalast and the Tonhalle Düsseldorf.
The NRW-Forum Düsseldorf is an international exhibition center for photography, pop and digital culture and sees itself as a lively ideas factory for the whole family.

The employee car park, which can be used by disabled people, is located directly in front of the barrier-free entrance at the corner of Joseph-Beuys-Ufer / Oederallee (in the direction of Tonhalle Düsseldorf / Rheinseite). Access only via Oederallee. The number of places is limited, but getting on and off is always possible. At the signposted barrier-free entrance there is a bell with which the museum staff is called, who then opens the door. If you have any questions about the visit and mediation offers, you can get information on Tel.: 0211-8926690

All exhibition rooms in the NRW-Forum Düsseldorf are barrier-free accessible.

An elevator leads to the upper floor.

There are disabled toilets on the ground floor.

The bistro PONG on the ground floor is barrier-free.

An assistance dog is allowed.
The employee car park, which can be used, is located directly in front of the barrier-free entrance at the corner of Joseph-Beuys-Ufer / Oederallee (in the direction of Tonhalle Düsseldorf / Rheinseite). Access only via Oederallee. The number of places is limited, but getting on and off is always possible.
The barrier-free entrance is on the corner of Joseph-Beuys-Ufer / Oederallee (direction Tonhalle Düsseldorf / Rheinseite). There is a bell here that is used to call the museum staff to open the door.
All exhibition rooms in the NRW-Forum Düsseldorf are barrier-free accessible. An elevator leads to the upper floor.
There are disabled toilets on the ground floor.
An assistance dog is allowed.
The Bistro PONG in the foyer is barrier-free.
Bei Fragen rund um den Besuch und zu Vermittlungsangeboten erhalten Sie Informationen unter Tel.: 0211–8926690





Sensation des Sehens. Die Sammlung Werner Nekes: Vol. 2 Impressionismus08.09.2023 - 28.04.2024
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.





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.





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.





Home is where you're happy08.10.2023 - 25.08.2024
Kartenlink
Haus Mödrath
Sa/So 12-18 h
An Burg Mödrath 1, 50171 Kerpen
02237-6036430




Sammlung/Archiv Andersch: Feldversuch #3: Fine – Knowles19.10.2023 - 06.10.2024
Kartenlink
Städtisches Museum Abteiberg
Di-So 11-18 h
Abteistraße 27, 41061 Mönchengladbach
02161-253637


The Museum Abteiberg, designed by Hans Hollein, is one of the internationally renowned museum buildings and was inaugurated in 1982. In 1985 it received the "Pritzker Award". The building complex is adapted to an extreme hillside and extends over three levels.

1 disabled parking space is available at Abteistraße 27. Access to the building for wheelchair users is stepless via a flat ramp next to the stairs to the Abteistraße entrance.

A wheelchair-accessible toilet is located on the garden level in the basement and can be reached barrier-free with the elevator. A cloakroom supervised by staff is located in the cash desk area.

With the exception of the pyramid room, all levels of the museum (entrance level, slab level, garden level) can be reached barrier-free via the elevator (door width 80 cm, inner surface 110 x 140 cm) and flat ramps. All door widths in the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.

Folding stools (30) and 1 wheelchair can be borrowed. Audio guides (25) are available. The texts of the audio guide can be downloaded from the museum website.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired and in simple language are offered. The museum education department offers workshops for different target groups. Inquiries to Uwe Riedel on Tel.: 02161-252636 Email: riedel@museum-abteiberg.de

The museum café (entrance level) is barrier-free.

Assistance dogs are allowed.
1 disabled parking space is available at Abteistrasse 27.
Access to the building for wheelchair users is stepless via a flat ramp next to the stairs to the Abteistraße entrance
A wheelchair-accessible toilet is located on the garden level (basement) and can be reached barrier-free by elevator.
The three levels of the museum, entrance level (EG), plate level (OG) and garden level (UG) can be reached barrier-free with the lift. (door width 80 cm, inner surface 110 x 140 cm). The door widths in the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.
Guided tours are offered in easy language.
Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are offered.
Audio guides (25) are available. The texts of the audio guide can be downloaded from the museum website.
Assistance dogs are allowed.
The museum café (entrance level) is barrier-free.
Audio guides (25) are available. Folding stools (30) can be borrowed.

1 wheelchair can be borrowed.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired and in simple language are offered. The museum education department offers workshops for different target groups. Inquiries on Tel.: 02161-252636 Email: riedel@museum-abteiberg.de





Proportion and Harmony21.10.2023 - 01.06.2024
Kartenlink
Arithmeum
Di-So 11-18 h
Lennéstr. 2, 53113 Bonn
0228-738790




Teesiebe im Wandel der Zeit24.10.2023 - 21.04.2024
Kartenlink
Kreismuseum Zons
Di-Fr 14-18, Sa, So, F 11-18 h
Schloßstraße 1, 41541 Dormagen
02133-53020


Zons is one of the best preserved late medieval fortifications on the Lower Rhine. In the middle of the historic complex is a former castle as a monument preservation highlight. The museum is part of the historical ensemble with buildings from the 17th to the end of the 20th century. 2 designated disabled parking spaces are located near the museum building.

Most of the exhibition rooms are accessible to wheelchair users after registration. (Platform lift, max. 300 kg load capacity) It is not possible to use the lift on weekends (except for special events).

1 disabled toilet is located on the premises of the Kultzur Center.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request.

An assistance dog is allowed upon request.

Please address inquiries for guided tours and further information to Ms. Hahn on Tel.: 02133-53020, Mail: kreismuseum-zons@rhein-kreis-neuss.de
2 designated disabled parking spaces are located near the museum building.
From the ground floor to the first floor. a stair lift up to 300 kg is available.
1 disabled toilet is located on the premises of the Kultzur Center.
Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request. Please address inquiries for guided tours and further information to Ms. Hahn on Tel.: 02133-53020, Mail: kreismuseum-zons@rhein-kreis-neuss.de
An assistance dog is allowed upon request.
Please address inquiries for guided tours and further information to Ms. Hahn on Tel.: 02133-53020, Mail: kreismuseum-zons@rhein-kreis-neuss.de





Die Stadt ist anderswo. Revision eines Traums
Groupshow
26.10.2023 - 21.04.2024
Kartenlink
Museum unter Tage – MuT
Mi-Fr 14-18 Uhr, Sa/So 12-18 Uhr
Nevelstr. 29c, 44795 Bochum
0234-3228523


The MuT underground museum was opened in November 2015 and built underground on the main axis of the Schloßpark Haus Weitmar in a way that protects the landscape. A third (approx. 500 m2) of the exhibition space is used for temporary exhibitions.

There are 4 disabled parking spaces available. These are located in the hotel`s own car park on Schloßstrasse (turn right onto Schloßstrasse at the Blankensteiner Straße stop). From there it is about a 5-minute walk through the park to the underground museum building.

Access to the museum is at ground level and stepless. The main entrance opens at the push of a button. The exhibition level can be reached via a wheelchair-accessible elevator. The door widths are suitable for wheelchair users. The bistro is barrier-free accessible via a ramp.

Disabled-accessible restrooms are available.

Disabled-accessible cloakroom/lockers are available.

Audio guides (MP3) are available. Folding stools can be borrowed.

Workshops are offered for different target groups.

Guided tours for visually impaired and blind people are offered.

Guided tours are offered in plain language.

Assistance dogs are allowed.
There are 4 disabled parking spaces available. These are located in the car park on Schlossstrasse
(Turn right into Schlossstrasse at the Blankensteiner Strasse stop). From there it is about a 5-minute walk through the park to the building of the underground museum.
Access to the building is at ground level and stepless. The main entrance opens at the touch of a button.
The exhibition level is accessible via a wheelchair accessible elevator. The door widths are suitable for wheelchair users.
Disabled-accessible restrooms are available. Disabled-accessible cloakroom/lockers are available.
Guided tours for visually impaired and blind people are offered.
The bistro is barrier-free accessible via a ramp.
Audioguides are available.
Guided tours are offered in easy language.
Assistance Dogs are allowed.
Folding stools can be borrowed.





Eine schlesische Malerin aus Kattowitz in Breslau und Wiesbaden. Hommage an Gerda Stryi
Ausstellung im Eichendorffsaal von HAUS SCHLESIEN
27.10.2023 - 01.09.2024
Kartenlink
Haus Schlesien - Museum für schlesische Landeskunde
Di-Fr 10-12, 13-17, Sa/So/Fei 11-18 h
Dollendorfer Str. 412, 53639 Königswinter
02244-8860




Junge Rebellen – Polke, Richter & Friends
Experimentelle Avantgarde im Spannungsfeld von Glaskunst, Malerei und Fotografie
29.10.2023 - 08.09.2024
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.





Bodies, Grids and Ecstasy01.11.2023 - 27.04.2024
Vernissage: 31.10.2023 19 Uhr
Kartenlink
KAI 10 | Arthena Foundation
Di-Sa 12-17 h
Kaistraße 10, 40221 Düsseldorf
0211-99434130




"Besen! Besen! Seid´s gewesen."
Von Hexen und Zauberern
04.11.2023 - 21.04.2024
Kartenlink
Bilderbuchmuseum Burg Wissem
Di-So 11-17 h
Burgallee 1, 53840 Troisdorf
02241-8841421


The picture book museum Burg Wissem is located in a listed historic castle complex with components from three eras.

There are 2 disabled parking spaces on Burgallee in front of the Burgtor. Access to the museum for wheelchair users is via a lifting platform installed to the left of the entrance stairs, which is operated by the staff. There is a bell here.

All levels in the building can be reached with an elevator. A disabled toilet is located on the 2nd floor. To use the elevator, please report to the cash desk.

Disabled cloakroom/lockers are located in the foyer.

The gastronomy is barrier-free accessible.

Assistance dogs are allowed after registration at reception.

Guided tours in plain language are available on request.

Depending on the exhibition, tactile objects are available.
There are 2 disabled parking spaces on Burgallee in front of the Burgtor.
Access to the museum for wheelchair users is via a lifting platform installed to the left of the entrance stairs, which is operated by the staff. There is a bell here. All levels in the building can be reached with an elevator. Cabin interior dimensions: D 130 cm x W 100 cm. To use the elevator, please report to the cash desk.
A toilet suitable for wheelchairs is on the 2nd floor and can be reached by elevator. To use the elevator, please report to the cash desk.
The "Caffé dell Arte" in the courtyard is at ground level and barrier-free.
Guided tours in simple language possible on request
Assistance dog allowed after registration at reception
Tactile objects are available at some exhibitions.
Guided tours in simple language possible on request. Tactile objects are often available in the hands-on exhibitions.





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





Es leuchtet, es duftet, es glänzt. Die vielen Facetten der Glaskunst09.11.2023 - 04.05.2024
Kartenlink
Couven-Museum
Di-So 10-18 h
Hühnermarkt 17, 52062 Aachen
0241-4324421


The Couven Museum is housed in a listed old building from 1786, in which accessibility cannot be created. Only limited barrier-free access to some rooms on the ground floor is possible. The door widths there are suitable for wheelchair users.

The Couven Museum does not have its own disabled parking space, as it is located in the pedestrian zone, which is closed to cars. However, there are several parking garages near the museum. There are 5 disabled parking spaces in the Rathaus multi-storey car park (Mostardstraße 5), just a few minutes` walk away. A disabled-accessible city map with all disabled parking spaces around the museum can be found on the museum`s website (PDF).

A disabled toilet is not available.

The exhibition rooms on the first and second floor are not barrier-free.

Assistance dogs are allowed.

Once or twice a year and on request, trained employees take blind and visually impaired visitors on a tour of the museum with many different sensory impressions. Tactile objects are also available here.

Folding stools To Go (20) are available.

Contact persons in the museum are Frank Pohlo and Carmen Roubers. Phone: 0241-4324956
The Couven Museum does not have its own disabled parking space, as it is located in the pedestrian zone, which is closed to cars. However, there are several parking garages near the museum. There are 5 disabled parking spaces in the Rathaus multi-storey car park (Mostardstraße 5), just a few minutes’ walk away. A disabled-accessible city map with all disabled parking spaces around the museum can be found on the museum`s website (PDF).
The Couven Museum is a listed old building from 1786, in which complete accessibility cannot be achieved. Only limited barrier-free access, at ground level and without steps, is possible to some rooms on the ground floor. The door widths there are suitable for wheelchair users.
Assistance dogs are allowed.
Trained employees take blind and visually impaired visitors on a tour of the museum with many different sensory impressions. Tactile objects are also available here.
Guided tours for groups can be conducted in easy language on request.
A disabled toilet is not available.

Folding stools To Go (20) are available.

Contact persons in the Musuem are Frank Pohlo and Carmen Roubers. Phone: 0241-4324956





Our House is a very very very fine house18.11.2023 - 21.04.2024
Kartenlink
Kunstmuseum Bochum
Di - So 10-17, Mi 10-20 h
Kortumstr. 147, 44777 Bochum
0234-9104230


The Bochum Art Museum was founded in 1960 as a municipal art gallery for art after 1945 and is housed in the historic Villa Marckhoff. In 1983, a cubic extension was built by the Danish architects Bo and Wohlert.

Access to the museum is via a flat ramp that leads to the main entrance at ground level. A doorbell is available. The door will be opened by the cashier.

A disabled-accessible cloakroom/lockers are located in the entrance area.

1 disabled toilet is on the ground floor.

The door widths throughout the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.

Folding stools (30) are available on request.

Guided tours in simple language as well as tours for the blind/visually impaired are offered.

Tactile objects are available upon request.

Special offers such as "I`ll give you a moment" are being developed for people with dementia. Workshops are held on request. Information on art mediation: Tel.: 0234 - 910 4225, Email: kunstvermittlung@bochum.de.

The cafeteria in the entrance area is barrier-free.

Assistance dogs are allowed.
Access is via a flat ramp leading to the main entrance at ground level. There is a doorbell here. The door will be opened by the cashier. The door widths throughout the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.
1 disabled toilet is on the ground floor.
The 1st and 2nd floor of the museum can be reached via a central ramp or by elevator. The elevator is operated by the staff. The door widths throughout the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.
The cafeteria in the entrance area is barrier-free.
Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are offered. Tactile objects are available upon request.
Guided tours are offered in plain language.
Assistance dogs are allowed.
Folding stools (30) are available on request.

Guided tours are offered in plain language and for the blind/visually impaired.

Tactile objects are available upon request. Special offers such as "I`ll give you a moment" are being developed for people with dementia. Workshops are held on request. Information on art mediation: Tel.: 0234 - 910 4225, Email: kunstvermittlung@bochum.de.





Pop am Rhein
Präsentation im Schaulager
18.11.2023 - 27.05.2024
Kartenlink
Kunsthaus NRW Kornelimünster
Do-Sa 14-18, So 12-18 h
Abteigarten 6, 52076 Aachen
02408-6492


The museum is housed in an old building, but efforts have been made to ensure that it is largely barrier-free. Unfortunately, this is currently only possible to a limited extent. The upper floor with the collection presentation can only be reached via stairs.





Die große Verführung. Karl Ernst Osthaus und die Anfänge der Konsumkultur24.11.2023 - 28.04.2024
Kartenlink
Kaiser Wilhelm Museum
Di-So 11-17 h
Joseph Beuys-Platz 1, 47798 Krefeld
02151-97558-0


The renovated Kaiser Wilhelm Museum was reopened in July 2016 and is barrier-free.

Two public disabled parking spaces can be used on the north side of the museum (Joseph-Beuys-Platz).

Access to the museum is at ground level and stepless.
A door opener is available.

A floor guidance system in the foyer facilitates orientation.
A disabled cloakroom is available.
The sanitary areas with 2 disabled toilets are accessible from the foyer at ground level.

1 wheelchair and folding stool can be borrowed.

Hearing-impaired visitors have induction loops available for audio-based tours.

Guided tours and workshops are held on request for the blind/visually impaired.

Guided tours in plain language and sign language are available on request.

The museum café is at ground level and barrier-free.

Assistance dogs are allowed.
Two public disabled parking spaces can be used on the north side of the museum. (Street: Joseph-Beuys-Platz)
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Access to the museum is at ground level and stepless. A door opener is available.
All floors and exhibition rooms of the museum can be reached by wheelchair without outside help via lifts and ramps.
The sanitary areas are accessible from the foyer at ground level. There are 2 disabled toilets available.
A floor guidance system in the foyer facilitates orientation.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request. Workshops for the blind are offered.

Tactile objects are available.
Hearing-impaired visitors have induction loops available for audio-based tours.
Guided tours are conducted in sign language upon request.
Guided tours in easy-to-understand language are available on request.
The museum café is at ground level and barrier-free.
1 wheelchair and folding stool can be borrowed.

Hearing-impaired visitors have induction loops available for audio-based tours.

Guided tours and workshops are held on request for the blind/visually impaired.

Guided tours in plain language and sign language are available on request.





Oskar Holweck – Meister der Reduktion03.12.2023 - 02.06.2024
Vernissage: 03.12.2023 11:30 Uhr
Kartenlink
Kunstmuseum Villa Zanders
Di/Fr 14-18, Mi/Sa 10-18, Do 14-20, So/Fei 11-18 h
Konrad-Adenauer-Platz 8, 51465 Bergisch Gladbach
02202-142334, 142356


The Villa Zanders is a former industrial villa of the Zanders family, today only a few steps away from the train station, town hall and pedestrian zone. After completion of a renovation in the years 1986-1992, the museum regularly offers changing exhibitions on three floors and around 1500 square meters, mostly with contemporary art.

There are 3 public disabled parking spaces at the opposite Stadthaus (address: An der Gohrsmühle).

The Villa Zanders Art Museum is handicapped accessible and easily accessible for wheelchair users via a ramp (side entrance). All floors of the house are accessible via the elevator. A disabled toilet is located on the ground floor.

1 rental wheelchair is available. The dementia+art program is aimed at people with dementia and their relatives. A flyer will be sent with this offer.

In addition, tactile tours for the blind with objects made of bronze, stone and wood are offered.
There are 3 public disabled parking spaces at the opposite Stadthaus, street: An der Gohrsmühle.
Access to the museum for wheelchair users is via a ramp (side entrance).
All levels of the museum can be reached via the wheelchair-accessible elevator.
A disabled toilet is located on the ground floor.
The dementia+art program is aimed at people with dementia and their relatives. A flyer will be sent with this offer.
An assistance dog is allowed.
The dementia+art program is aimed at people with dementia and their relatives. A flyer will be sent with this offer. In addition, tactile tours for the blind with objects made of bronze, stone and wood are offered.





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.





Ulrike Müller – Monument to My Paper Body09.12.2023 - 09.06.2024
Kartenlink
Ludwig Forum für internationale Kunst
Di,Mi,Fr 12-18, Do 12-20, Sa/So 11-18 h
Jülicher Strasse 97-109, 52070 Aachen
0241-1807104


Since 1991, the Ludwig Forum for International Art has been housed in the Brauer umbrella factory, which was built in 1928 in the Bauhaus style and relocated in 1988.

There are 2 public disabled parking spaces available for a fee.

All exhibition rooms, the library and the workshop can be reached barrier-free via the car park and the ground-level main entrance. The door widths are suitable for wheelchairs everywhere. There are two elevators. All floors of the museum can be reached via the barrier-free elevators. Disabled toilets are located in the basement and on the ground floor in the library. The cafeteria is barrier-free accessible.

10 folding stools and 1 rental wheelchair are available at the cash desk,

A museum brochure in plain language is available at the ticket office.

An assistance dog is allowed.

Guided tours in sign language are available for all exhibitions on request.

Creative programs for people with dementia and individual museum pedagogy workshops are offered for people with disabilities. Information and registration from Mr. Karl-Heinz Jeiter, phone: +49 241 1807-115, email: karl-heinz.jeiter@mail.aachen.de
There are 2 public disabled parking spaces available for a fee.
Access for wheelchair users is stepless and at ground level via the main entrance. A door opener is available.
1 disabled toilet is located in the basement and in the library on the ground floor.
All floors of the museum can be reached via barrier-free elevators.
The cafeteria is barrier-free accessible.
Assistance dogs are allowed.
On request, themed tours in sign language are offered for all exhibitions
A museum brochure in plain language is available at the ticket office. The brochure can also be downloaded as a PDF from the home page.
10 folding stools and 1 rental wheelchair are available at the cash desk.

Creative programs for people with dementia changes and individual museum pedagogy workshops are offered for people with disabilities. Information and registration from Mr. Karl-Heinz Jeiter, phone: +49 241 1807-115, email: karl-heinz.jeiter@mail.aachen.de





Die Geschichte der Klinge von der Steinzeit bis ins 21. Jahrhundert
Dauerausstellung
01.01.2024 - 31.12.2024
Kartenlink
Deutsches Klingenmuseum
Di-So 10-17, Fr 14-17 h
Klosterhof 4, 42653 Solingen
0212-258360


The German Blade Museum has been housed in the baroque building of the former Augustinian monastery in Gräfrath since 1991.

A disabled parking space is available.

The museum is barrier-free for people with walking disabilities and wheelchair users. All public areas of the museum are easily accessible.

A disabled toilet is available.

Guided tours for blind and visually impaired museum visitors are offered.
A disabled parking space is available.
A disabled toilet is available.
A wheelchair-accessible elevator is available.
Guided tours for blind and visually impaired museum visitors are offered.
The museum is barrier-free for people with walking disabilities and wheelchair users. All public areas of the museum are easily accessible.
The museum website is available in plain language





25 Jahre Kunstmuseum Solingen
Dauerausstellung
01.01.2024 - 31.12.2024
Kartenlink
Kunstmuseum Solingen
Di-So 10-17 h
Wuppertaler Str. 160, 42653 Solingen
0212-258140


Das Kunstmuseum Solingen ist in einem denkmalgeschützten Altbau aus dem Jahre 1907/1908 (ehemaliges Rathaus Gräfrath) und einem Neubau untergebracht, der 1995/1996 angefügt wurde. 50 Meter vom Eingang entfernt befinden sich 2 Behindertenparkplätze. Der Zugang erfolgt ebenerdig und stufenlos über einen Nebeneingang, der als Behinderteneingang ausgewiesen ist.Im Gebäude befindet sich 1 behindertengerechtes WC im UG sowie ein behindertengerechter Aufzug. Alle Türbreiten sind für Rolli geeignet.1 Leihrollstuhl sowie frei zugängliche Klapphocker stehen zur Verfügung. Audioguides zur ständigen Sammlung und zu einzelnen Wechselausstellungen wie zur Internationalen Bergischen Kunstausstellung können ausgeliehen werden. Auf Anfrage werden Führungen in Leichter Sprache durchgeführt.Die Gastronomie ist barrierefrei zugänglich. Ein Assistenzhund ist erlaubt.
Ebenerdiger, stufenloser Zugang durch den Nebeneingang, der als Behinderteneingang ausgewiesen ist.
2 Behindertenparkplätze finden sich 50 Meter vom Museumseingang entfernt.
Rolli-Aufzug vorhanden.
1 Behindertengerechtes WC im UG vorhanden.
Die Gastronomie ist barrierefrei zugänglich.
Auf Anfrage werden Führungen in Leichter Sprache durchgeführt.
Ein Assistenzhund ist erlaubt.
Es sind Audioguides zur ständigen Sammlung und zu einzelnen Wechselausstellungen wie z.B. zur "Internationalen Bergischen Kunstausstellung" vorhanden.





Sammlung Ströher
Dauerausstellung
01.01.2024 - 31.12.2024
Kartenlink
MKM Museum Küppersmühle
Mi 14-18, Do/Fr/Sa/So/Fei 11-18 h
Philosophenweg 55, 47051 Duisburg
0203-30194810


The Küppersmühle Museum was opened in 1999 with around 3,600 square meters of exhibition space and is located in a former granary in Duisburg`s inner harbor, which was converted according to plans by Basel architects Herzog & de Meuron. Opposite the museum there are 3 designated public disabled parking spaces in the shoulder of the Philosophenweg.

Access to the building is at ground level via a paved forecourt. Directly next to the main entrance (revolving door) there is another door in the glass front, which is opened by the staff.

In the entrance area behind the cash desk there is a freely accessible and disabled-friendly cloakroom.

The handicapped-accessible sanitary rooms are located in the subsequent connecting corridor to the restaurant, which is also barrier-free.

All levels of the museum can be reached with the barrier-free elevator.

All door widths in the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.

Wheelchairs are available for hire.
Opposite the museum there are 3 designated public disabled parking spaces in the shoulder of the Philosophenweg.
Access to the building is at ground level via a paved forecourt. Directly next to the main entrance (revolving door) there is another door in the glass front, which is opened by the staff.
In the connecting corridor between the cash register and the restaurant (ground floor)
the handicapped-accessible sanitary rooms are on the ground floor.
All levels of the museum can be reached with the barrier-free elevator. All door widths in the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.
The restaurant is barrier-free accessible from the foyer via a ground-level connecting corridor.





Weltansichten
Landschaften in der Kunst seit dem 15. Jahrhundert
01.01.2024 - 31.12.2024
Kartenlink
Museum unter Tage – MuT
Mi-Fr 14-18 Uhr, Sa/So 12-18 Uhr
Nevelstr. 29c, 44795 Bochum
0234-3228523


The MuT underground museum was opened in November 2015 and built underground on the main axis of the Schloßpark Haus Weitmar in a way that protects the landscape. A third (approx. 500 m2) of the exhibition space is used for temporary exhibitions.

There are 4 disabled parking spaces available. These are located in the hotel`s own car park on Schloßstrasse (turn right onto Schloßstrasse at the Blankensteiner Straße stop). From there it is about a 5-minute walk through the park to the underground museum building.

Access to the museum is at ground level and stepless. The main entrance opens at the push of a button. The exhibition level can be reached via a wheelchair-accessible elevator. The door widths are suitable for wheelchair users. The bistro is barrier-free accessible via a ramp.

Disabled-accessible restrooms are available.

Disabled-accessible cloakroom/lockers are available.

Audio guides (MP3) are available. Folding stools can be borrowed.

Workshops are offered for different target groups.

Guided tours for visually impaired and blind people are offered.

Guided tours are offered in plain language.

Assistance dogs are allowed.
There are 4 disabled parking spaces available. These are located in the car park on Schlossstrasse
(Turn right into Schlossstrasse at the Blankensteiner Strasse stop). From there it is about a 5-minute walk through the park to the building of the underground museum.
Access to the building is at ground level and stepless. The main entrance opens at the touch of a button.
The exhibition level is accessible via a wheelchair accessible elevator. The door widths are suitable for wheelchair users.
Disabled-accessible restrooms are available. Disabled-accessible cloakroom/lockers are available.
Guided tours for visually impaired and blind people are offered.
The bistro is barrier-free accessible via a ramp.
Audioguides are available.
Guided tours are offered in easy language.
Assistance Dogs are allowed.
Folding stools can be borrowed.





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.





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.





So wie es ist, bleibt es nicht
Gruppenausstellung der GEDOK Bonn e.V.
14.01.2024 - 21.04.2024
Kartenlink
Museum Boppard
Di-Fr 10-17, Sa/So/Fei 11-18 Uhr
Burgplatz 2, 56154 Boppard
06742-8015984


The Musuem Boopard is housed in the historic Electoral Castle. When redesigning the museum, the issue of "accessibility" was taken into account.

A designated disabled parking space is available, access via Burgstrasse. The path from the parking lot to the entrance is 50 meters long and easily passable. The building is accessible at ground level and without steps via the entrance from Burgplatz.

Several disabled toilets are located on the ground floor.

The exhibitions on the different floors of the museum can be reached via a wheelchair-accessible elevator. There are no steps in the exhibition tours, the walkways are spacious and the exhibition units are easily accessible with a wheelchair. Exhibition content is conveyed through high-contrast, easily legible text representations or audio files.

A wheelchair and a walker can be borrowed. All doors and passageways that can be used by visitors are at least 90 cm wide.

The checkout counter is 77 cm high at its lowest point. Most of the exhibits are accessible to wheelchair users while sitting.

The museum staff looks forward to welcoming visitors and is always ready to help and provide information.
A designated disabled parking space is available. The path from the parking lot to the entrance is 50 meters long. It is easy to drive on.
The building is accessible at ground level and without steps via the entrance from Burgplatz.
All rooms accessible to visitors are at ground level or can be reached via an elevator suitable for wheelchairs. The elevator door is 110 cm wide. All doors and passageways that can be used by visitors are at least 90 cm wide. The exhibitions on the different floors of the museum can be reached via a wheelchair-accessible elevator. There are no steps in the exhibition tours, the walkways are spacious and the exhibition units are easily accessible with a wheelchair.
Several disabled toilets are located on the ground floor.
Exhibition content is conveyed through high-contrast, easily legible text representations or audio files.
A wheelchair and a walker can be borrowed. All doors and passageways that can be used by visitors are at least 90 cm wide. The checkout counter is 77 cm high at its lowest point. Most of the exhibits are accessible to wheelchair users while sitting.
Assistance dogs are allowed.





Zwei Menschen. Das Künstlerpaar Franz M. Jansen und Fifi Kreutzer25.01.2024 - 16.06.2024
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.





Lennart Lahuis & Joseph Beuys – Earth Fire Water Air27.01.2024 - 26.05.2024
Kartenlink
Museum Schloss Moyland
Di-So 11-17 h
Am Schloss 4, 47551 Bedburg-Hau
02824-951060


The Moyland Castle Museum was founded in 1997 with the former Private collection of the brothers Hans and Franz Joseph van der Grinten with works from the 19th and 20th centuries, including the world`s largest collection of works by the artist Joseph Beuys, opened with the Joseph Beuys Archive and the museum library. The historic castle ensemble in the middle of the extensive gardens is a special attraction.

There are 2 signposted disabled parking spaces in front of the entrance to the museum by the ticket office. Access to the main building for wheelchair users is via a wheelchair elevator accessible from the outside. A bell is available.

All museum areas except for the north tower are barrier-free, the door widths in all museum areas are suitable for wheelchairs.

The height of the exhibits is appropriate for wheelchair users

1 disabled toilet is in the main building (castle), 1 disabled toilet is in the museum café (forecastle).

The museum café in the fore castle is barrier-free.

Folding stools, wheelchairs and magnifying glasses can be borrowed.

Guided tours in simple language and for people with dementia diseases as well as workshops for different target groups are offered.

Accompanying persons have free entry to the museum.
Access to the main building for wheelchair users is via a wheelchair lift that is accessible from the outside at ground level.
There are 2 signposted disabled parking spaces in front of the entrance to the museum by the ticket office.
Englisch

Access to the main building is via a wheelchair lift next to the staircase, which is accessible from the outside. A bell is available. The basement and upper floor can be reached by wheelchair elevator. The height of the exhibits is appropriate for wheelchair users
1 disabled toilet is in the main building (castle), 1 disabled toilet in the museum café (forecastle).
The ground-level museum café in the fore castle is barrier-free.
Guided tours in simple language are carried out on request.
Guided tours for people with dementia changes as well as workshops for different target groups are offered.
Assistance dogs are allowed.
Workshops for different target groups are offered on request and according to individual needs. There are guided tours for people with dementia.



Kartenlink
Lehmbruck Museum
Mi-Sa 12-18, Do 12-22, So11-18 h
Düsseldorfer Straße 51, 47051 Duisburg
0203-2832630


The Lehmbruck Museum extends over several parts of the building and is not completely barrier-free. Wheelchair users can reach the old building via ramps and elevators, but the new building with the glass hall is only partially accessible without an accompanying person. The staff car park can be used by disabled people on request from the art education department. Tel.: 0203-2832195, email: kunstvermittlung@lehmbruckmuseum.de.

Step-free access at ground level is via the side entrance at Düsseldorferstr. 51 possible. The wheelchair elevator, which is accessible from the outside (address: Friedrich Wilhelm Str. 40), takes you to the entrance area with the cash desk. Barrier-free entrances are marked.

1 disabled toilet is located in the new building and can be reached via a lift if accompanied by the staff. The door widths are suitable for wheelchairs in all parts of the building.

1 wheelchair and folding stool (100) can be borrowed.

An assistance dog is allowed.

Target group-oriented educational programs are offered for people with special needs, such as people with cognitive disabilities.

Guided tours in sign language as well as tactile tours can be booked. Guided tours in simple language are carried out on request.

The Art Education department provides information on the educational offer and accessibility on Tel.: 0203-2832195, Email: kunstvermittlung@lehmbruckmuseum.de

The Art Education department provides information on the educational offer and accessibility on Tel.: 0203-2832195, Email: kunstvermittlung@lehmbruckmuseum.de

The Café Museum is a pub within sight of the museum, which can be reached on foot and at ground level. Address: Friedrich Wilhelm Straße 64. This restaurant is not operated by the Lehmbruck Museum.
The staff car park can be used by wheelchair users on request at the art education office. Tel.: 0203-2832195, email: kunstvermittlung@lehmbruckmuseum.de
Level, stepless access via the side entrance Düsseldorferstr. 51.
1 disabled toilet is located in the new building and can be reached via a lift if accompanied by the staff.
The basement can be reached with the Rolli stair lift in the glass hall.
Tactile tours can be booked. The Lehmbruck box contains objects and aids that can be used for guided tours to the permanent collection for blind and visually impaired people.
Guided tours in sign language can be booked.
Guided tours in simple language are carried out on request.
An assistance dog is allowed.
Target group-oriented educational programs are offered for people with special needs, such as people with cognitive disabilities. The Art Education department provides information on the educational offer and accessibility on Tel.: 0203-2832195, Email: kunstvermittlung@lehmbruckmuseum.de
The Café Museum is a pub within sight of the museum, which can be reached on foot and at ground level. Address: Friedrich Wilhelm Straße 64. This restaurant is not operated by the Lehmbruck Museum.
Folding stools (100) and 1 wheelchair can be borrowed. Target group-oriented educational programs are offered for people with special needs such as the blind and visually impaired as well as people with cognitive impairments. Tours in sign language and tactile tours can be booked.

The Art Education department provides information on the educational offer and accessibility on Tel.: 0203-2832195, Email: kunstvermittlung@lehmbruckmuseum.de





Size Matters. Größe in der Fotografie01.02.2024 - 20.05.2024
Kartenlink
Kunstpalast
Di-So 11-18, Do 11-21 h
Ehrenhof 4-5, 40479 Düsseldorf
0211-56642100


The Kunstpalast is located in two parts of the main courtyard. International temporary exhibitions are shown in the exhibition wing (0st). The Kemp Collection is also on display on the ground floor. The 2nd floor of the collection wing (west) also houses the 19th and 20th centuries as well as highlights from the collection. The collection wing houses the Hentrich Glass Museum (ground floor), the museum studio (ground floor), the graphic cabinet (ground floor), the 20th and 21st century collections (1st floor), the 11th - 16th century collections (1st floor ), as well as the 16th & 17th century collections (1st floor) and the Rubens Gallery (1st floor)

There are 2 designated disabled parking spaces inside. The entrance is via Brüderstrasse.

Access to the museum is at ground level in both parts of the building via a signposted side entrance. There is a bell or a door opener here. West side entrance, door width 120 cm, East side entrance, door width 80 cm. The wheelchair elevator takes you to the ground floor of the exhibition wing and the collection wing.


Disabled toilets are located on the ground floor of both parts of the building.
In both parts of the museum, all levels can be reached barrier-free with the elevators.

The museum cafe on the 1st floor of the exhibition wing can be reached barrier-free by elevator.

Audio guides are available for the collection and large temporary exhibitions.

Folding stools and 2 rental wheelchairs are available.

Events for special needs schools are possible by arrangement. Contact: bildung@smkp.de, Tel.: 0211-566160.

An assistance dog is allowed.
There are 2 designated disabled parking spaces inside. The entrance is via Brüderstrasse.
Access to the museum is at ground level in both parts of the building via a side entrance. There is a bell or a door opener here. The wheelchair elevator then takes you to the ground floor. The side entrances are signposted. West side entrance, door width 120 cm, East side entrance, door width 80 cm.
Disabled toilets are located on the ground floor of both parts of the building.
In both parts of the museum, all levels can be reached barrier-free with the elevators.
The museum cafe on the 1st floor can be reached barrier-free by elevator.
On fixed dates, these tours are accompanied by a sign language interpreter. A place in one of these tandem tours costs €5 plus the respective entrance fee.
Folding stools and 2 rental wheelchairs are available.

Events for special needs schools are possible by arrangement. Tel.: 0211-566160
Audio guides are available for the collection and large temporary exhibitions. Information on this can be found on the information pages of the individual exhibitions.
Assistance dogs are allowed.





Liminal I
Aljoscha , Elena Bajo, Banz & Bowinkel, Jane Benson, Zohar Fraiman, Fabian Herkenhoener, Pieter Hugo, Mischa Kuball, Radenko Milak, Warren Neidich, Johanna Reich, Charlie Stein, Genaro Strobel
03.02.2024 - 30.04.2024
Kartenlink
Priska Pasquer
Di-Fr 11-18, Sa 11-16 h
Konrad-Adenauer-Ufer 83, 50668 Köln
0170-4230636




Art.Upgrade_2024. Künstler*innen der ArtOthek stellen aus
Kleines Schloss
04.02.2024 - 09.06.2024
Kartenlink
Ludwiggalerie Schloss Oberhausen
Di-So 11-18 h
Konrad-Adenauer-Allee 46, 46049 Oberhausen
0208-4124928


The Ludwig Gallery is a barrier-free museum.

Disabled parking spaces are available. The way to the entrance leads over an inclined plane.

All floors of the main building can be reached via the wheelchair-accessible elevator. A rental wheelchair is available.

A disabled toilet is located in the basement of the main building.

The Small Castle is on the ground floor, all rooms are barrier-free accessible.

The reading café is located in the small palace of the Ludwig Gallery. Various hot drinks are offered here. Opening hours: Tuesday - Sunday 11am to 5.30pm

The "Kaisergarten" restaurant, which is located in the side wing of Oberhausen Castle, is accessible at ground level. There is a handicapped-accessible toilet in the outdoor area. Opening hours: daily 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
The way to the entrance leads over an inclined plane.
Disabled parking spaces are available.
All floors of the main building are accessible via the wheelchair-accessible elevator. The Small Castle is on the ground floor, all rooms are barrier-free accessible.
A wheelchair-accessible toilet is located in the basement of the main building and can be reached via the wheelchair-accessible elevator.
The "Kaisergarten" restaurant, which is located in the side wing of Oberhausen Castle, is accessible at ground level. There is a handicapped-accessible toilet in the outdoor area.

The reading café is located in the small palace on the ground floor of the Ludwig Gallery. Various hot drinks are offered here. Opening hours: Tuesday - Sunday 11am to 5.30pm





Utz Brocksieper – Skulpturen
Zeichen und Eingriffe
04.02.2024 - 27.10.2024
Kartenlink
Emil Schumacher Museum
Di, Mi, Fr 10-17, Do 13-20, Sa/So 11-18 h
Museumsplatz 1, 58095 Hagen
02331-3060066


The newly built Emil Schumacher Museum and the refurbished and expanded Osthaus Museum Hagen have formed the center of the Hagen Art Quarter since 2009. The museums are linked by a common ticket office area.

2 designated disabled parking spaces are located behind the building (Prentzelstrasse).

Access to the Emil Schumacher Museum is at ground level and without steps through the main entrance.

The door opens automatically.

All levels of the Emil Schumacher Museum can be reached with the barrier-free elevator. The door widths in the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.

1 disabled toilet is on the ground floor.

1 wheelchair and folding stool (40) can be borrowed.

The Brasserie Novys am Museum is barrier-free and has 1 disabled toilet.

An assistance dog is allowed in the museum on request.
2 designated disabled parking spaces are located behind the building (Prentzelstrasse).
Access to the Osthaus Museum is at ground level and stepless through the main entrance. A door opener is available. A side entrance is opened by the staff when you are in the disabled parking space.
1 disabled toilet is located in the foyer (ground floor).
All levels of the Emil Schumacher Museum can be reached with the barrier-free elevator. The door widths in the museum are suitable for wheelchair
The Brasserie Novys am Museum is barrier-free and has 1 disabled toilet.
An assistance dog is allowed upon request.
1 wheelchair and folding stool (40) can be borrowed.





UNSELFING
Assume vivid astro focus feat. David Reiber Otálora, Yael Bartana, Cevdet Erek, Ja Jess, Jessy Razafimandimby, Lillian Schwartz, Yuri Yefanov
04.02.2024 - 12.05.2024
Vernissage: 03.02.2024 18 Uhr
Kartenlink
Dortmunder Kunstverein e.V.
Di-Fr 15-18, Sa/So 11-16 h u.n.V.
Rheinische Straße 1, 44137 Dortmund
0231-578736




Wolf D. Harhammer – Zwei Wirklichkeiten
Fotografie
09.02.2024 - 26.05.2024
Vernissage: 08.02.2024 19 Uhr
Kartenlink
Museum Folkwang
Di-So 10-18, Do/Fr 10-20 h
Museumsplatz 1, 45128 Essen
0201-8845000


In May 1960, the first new Folkwang building was opened after the Second World War: the so-called old building, which is now a listed building. In the old building, the museum shows the masterpieces of the 19th and 20th centuries. The new building designed by David Chipperfield was inaugurated in 2010 as the European Capital of Culture RUHR.2010. Here are the exhibition areas - the collection 20./21. Century, photography, poster, graphics and special exhibitions - as well as library and reading room, multifunctional hall for lectures and events, depots and restoration workshops.

There are 4 disabled parking spaces available in the underground car park of the new building.
There is a lift in the underground car park, and the control panels are also barrier-free.

The main entrance can also be reached barrier-free via a flat ramp. There is also an elevator that can be called from outside. The control panel is placed barrier-free. All levels of the museum are barrier-free.

The door widths in the old building are suitable for wheelchairs.

Door openers are installed throughout the new building.

A staffed cloakroom is located in the foyer.

There are a total of 4 disabled toilets. 1 toilet is in the old building near the museum café, in the new building there is 1 toilet near the Hirschlandsaal and 2 toilets near the cloakroom.

The museum café in the old building and the Vincent & Paul restaurant in the new building are barrier-free.

Magnifying glasses and folding stools (100) can be borrowed. A limited number of wheelchairs are also available.

A free app with texts and audio files is available for the permanent collection and the major special exhibitions.

Guided tours in sign language are offered for special exhibitions. Inquiries about guided tours and workshops via the visitor office on Tel.: 0201-8845444, Email: info@museum-folkwang.essen.de.

An assistance dog is allowed.
Four disabled parking spaces are available in the underground car park of the new Museum Folkwang. The entrance to the museum and visiting the exhibition is barrier-free from here.
The main entrance can be reached barrier-free via a flat ramp. There is also an elevator that can be called from outside. The control panel is placed barrier-free.
Barrier-free elevators are available, the elevator control panels are barrier-free. All levels of the museum are barrier-free.
There are a total of 4 disabled toilets. 1 toilet is in the old building near the museum café, in the new building there is 1 toilet near the Hirschlandsaal and 2 toilets near the cloakroom.
Guided tours in sign language are offered for special exhibitions.
A free app with texts and audio files is available for the permanent collection and the major special exhibitio
Magnifying glasses can be borrowed.
The museum website can be accessed in plain language.

Guided tours in plain language are offered regularly.
An assistance dog is allowed.
The Streiflichter – guided tours for people with dementia take place once a quarter.
Magnifying glasses and folding stools (100) can be borrowed. A limited number of wheelchairs are also available.

Guided tours in sign language and plain language are offered regularly.

Audio guides are available for the permanent collection. Guided tours in sign language are offered for special exhibitions. Inquiries about guided tours and workshops via the visitor office on Tel.: 0201-8845444, Email: info@museum-folkwang.essen.de.
The edda restaurant in the new building is barrier-free.





Pia Fries – Neue Papierarbeiten16.02.2024 - 30.04.2024
Kartenlink
Galerie Ute Parduhn
Mi-Fr 14-18 h u.n.V.
Kaiserswerther Markt 6 a, 40489 Düsseldorf
0211-400655




Hoesch Talents17.02.2024 - 28.04.2024
Vernissage: 16.02.2024 19 Uhr
Kartenlink
Leopold-Hoesch-Museum & Papiermuseum Düren
Do 10-19, Di-So 10-17 h
Hoeschplatz 1, 52349 Düren
02421-252561


The Leopold Hoesch Museum was opened in 1905 and has an imposing neo-baroque façade. There are 6 designated disabled parking spaces in the public car park at Hoeschplatz, approx. 150 meters from the museum. Access to the museum for wheelchair users is not in the area of ​​the main entrance but on the left side of the building. Here is the entrance to the elevator, which can be called with a bell on the outside.

The two exhibition levels of the building can be reached by elevator.

A disabled toilet is located on the ground floor next to the museum café. The museum café is barrier-free.

Folding stools (50) can be borrowed.

Seating is available on each exhibition level.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request.
There are 6 designated disabled parking spaces in the public car park at Hoeschplatz, approx. 150 meters from the museum.
Der Zugang für Rollstuhlfahrer erfolgt nicht im Bereich des Haupteingangs sondern ebenerdig an der linken Gebäudeseite.
Access for wheelchair users is not in the area of ​​the main entrance but on the left side of the building. Here is the entrance to the elevator, which can be called with a bell on the outside. The two exhibition levels of the building can be reached by elevator.
A disabled toilet is located on the ground floor next to the museum café.
The museum café on the ground floor is barrier-free.
Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request.
Folding stools (50) can be borrowed. A wheelchair can be provided. Seating is available on each exhibition level. Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are conducted on request.





Ulrich Rückriem zeichnet.17.02.2024 - 19.05.2024
Kartenlink
Leopold-Hoesch-Museum & Papiermuseum Düren
Do 10-19, Di-So 10-17 h
Hoeschplatz 1, 52349 Düren
02421-252561


The Leopold Hoesch Museum was opened in 1905 and has an imposing neo-baroque façade. There are 6 designated disabled parking spaces in the public car park at Hoeschplatz, approx. 150 meters from the museum. Access to the museum for wheelchair users is not in the area of ​​the main entrance but on the left side of the building. Here is the entrance to the elevator, which can be called with a bell on the outside.

The two exhibition levels of the building can be reached by elevator.

A disabled toilet is located on the ground floor next to the museum café. The museum café is barrier-free.

Folding stools (50) can be borrowed.

Seating is available on each exhibition level.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request.
There are 6 designated disabled parking spaces in the public car park at Hoeschplatz, approx. 150 meters from the museum.
Der Zugang für Rollstuhlfahrer erfolgt nicht im Bereich des Haupteingangs sondern ebenerdig an der linken Gebäudeseite.
Access for wheelchair users is not in the area of ​​the main entrance but on the left side of the building. Here is the entrance to the elevator, which can be called with a bell on the outside. The two exhibition levels of the building can be reached by elevator.
A disabled toilet is located on the ground floor next to the museum café.
The museum café on the ground floor is barrier-free.
Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request.
Folding stools (50) can be borrowed. A wheelchair can be provided. Seating is available on each exhibition level. Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are conducted on request.





Tim Berresheim – Neue alte Welt17.02.2024 - 26.05.2024
Kartenlink
NRW-Forum Düsseldorf
Di-So 11-20, Fr 11-24 h
Ehrenhof 2, 40479 Düsseldorf
0211-8926690


The NRW-Forum Düsseldorf is part of the listed Ehrenhof ensemble from the 1920s, which also includes the Museum Kunstpalast and the Tonhalle Düsseldorf.
The NRW-Forum Düsseldorf is an international exhibition center for photography, pop and digital culture and sees itself as a lively ideas factory for the whole family.

The employee car park, which can be used by disabled people, is located directly in front of the barrier-free entrance at the corner of Joseph-Beuys-Ufer / Oederallee (in the direction of Tonhalle Düsseldorf / Rheinseite). Access only via Oederallee. The number of places is limited, but getting on and off is always possible. At the signposted barrier-free entrance there is a bell with which the museum staff is called, who then opens the door. If you have any questions about the visit and mediation offers, you can get information on Tel.: 0211-8926690

All exhibition rooms in the NRW-Forum Düsseldorf are barrier-free accessible.

An elevator leads to the upper floor.

There are disabled toilets on the ground floor.

The bistro PONG on the ground floor is barrier-free.

An assistance dog is allowed.
The employee car park, which can be used, is located directly in front of the barrier-free entrance at the corner of Joseph-Beuys-Ufer / Oederallee (in the direction of Tonhalle Düsseldorf / Rheinseite). Access only via Oederallee. The number of places is limited, but getting on and off is always possible.
The barrier-free entrance is on the corner of Joseph-Beuys-Ufer / Oederallee (direction Tonhalle Düsseldorf / Rheinseite). There is a bell here that is used to call the museum staff to open the door.
All exhibition rooms in the NRW-Forum Düsseldorf are barrier-free accessible. An elevator leads to the upper floor.
There are disabled toilets on the ground floor.
An assistance dog is allowed.
The Bistro PONG in the foyer is barrier-free.
Bei Fragen rund um den Besuch und zu Vermittlungsangeboten erhalten Sie Informationen unter Tel.: 0211–8926690





Bonner Kunstpreis. Louisa Clement22.02.2024 - 16.06.2024
Kartenlink
Kunstmuseum Bonn
Di-So 11-18, Mi 11-21 h
Helmut-Kohl-Allee 2, 53113 Bonn
0228-776260


The Kunstmuseum Bonn has been housed in a building since 1982 that can be described as an architectural highlight and offers the best conditions for the presentation of art. The building by Axel Schultes impresses from the outside and inside with its openness and lighting. There is a connection to the Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany via the Museumsplatz.

There are 6 disabled parking spaces on the streets Friedrich-Ebert-Allee and Emil-Nolde-Straße. In the nearby car park at the corner of Emil-Nolde-Straße/Joseph-Beuys-Allee there are also 2 disabled parking spaces on each floor. Access to the museum building is at ground level and stepless through barrier-free doors next to the two main entrances (revolving doors) to Emil-Nolde-Straße and to the underground station.

All levels of the museum are barrier-free accessible with the elevator next to the main staircase (door width 80 cm). Disabled toilets are located in the basement of the museum. A medical room with a couch is also available in the basement.

The museum café is barrier-free accessible from the museum foyer and the outside area.

2 wheelchairs are available for hire at the staffed cloakroom in the basement. Folding stools can also be borrowed.

The mediation offer focuses on learning difficulties, cognitive impairments, dementia changes, mental impairments.

The experienced team of educators responds to individual requests and creates individual programs for your visit to the museum.

The museum workshop is on the ground floor and is barrier-free.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired and in simple language can be booked on request. Information and registration at: 0228-776230, Email: bildung.vermittlung@bonn.de

Assistance dogs are allowed.
There are 6 disabled parking spaces on the streets: Friedrich-Ebert-Allee, Emil-Nolde-Straße. In the nearby car park at the corner of Emil-Nolde-Straße/Joseph-Beuys-Allee there are also 2 disabled parking spaces on each floor.
Level, stepless access through barrier-free doors next to the revolving doors to Emil-Nolde-Straße and to the underground station (main entrances).
All levels of the museum are barrier-free accessible with the elevator next to the main staircase (door width 80 cm).
Disabled toilets are located in the basement of the museum. A medical room with a couch is also available in the basement.
The museum cafe is barrier-free accessible from the museum foyer and the outside area.
Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired can be booked on request.
Guided tours in simple language can be booked on request.
2 wheelchairs are available for hire at the staffed cloakroom in the basement. Folding stools can also be borrowed.

The mediation offer focuses on learning difficulties, cognitive impairments, dementia changes, mental impairments. The experienced team of educators responds to individual requests and creates individual programs for your visit to the museum.

The museum workshop is on the ground floor and is barrier-free. Information and registration at: 0228-776230, Email: bildung.vermittlung@bonn.de
An assistance dog is allowed.





Tony Cragg – Please touch!22.02.2024 - 26.05.2024
Kartenlink
Kunstpalast
Di-So 11-18, Do 11-21 h
Ehrenhof 4-5, 40479 Düsseldorf
0211-56642100


The Kunstpalast is located in two parts of the main courtyard. International temporary exhibitions are shown in the exhibition wing (0st). The Kemp Collection is also on display on the ground floor. The 2nd floor of the collection wing (west) also houses the 19th and 20th centuries as well as highlights from the collection. The collection wing houses the Hentrich Glass Museum (ground floor), the museum studio (ground floor), the graphic cabinet (ground floor), the 20th and 21st century collections (1st floor), the 11th - 16th century collections (1st floor ), as well as the 16th & 17th century collections (1st floor) and the Rubens Gallery (1st floor)

There are 2 designated disabled parking spaces inside. The entrance is via Brüderstrasse.

Access to the museum is at ground level in both parts of the building via a signposted side entrance. There is a bell or a door opener here. West side entrance, door width 120 cm, East side entrance, door width 80 cm. The wheelchair elevator takes you to the ground floor of the exhibition wing and the collection wing.


Disabled toilets are located on the ground floor of both parts of the building.
In both parts of the museum, all levels can be reached barrier-free with the elevators.

The museum cafe on the 1st floor of the exhibition wing can be reached barrier-free by elevator.

Audio guides are available for the collection and large temporary exhibitions.

Folding stools and 2 rental wheelchairs are available.

Events for special needs schools are possible by arrangement. Contact: bildung@smkp.de, Tel.: 0211-566160.

An assistance dog is allowed.
There are 2 designated disabled parking spaces inside. The entrance is via Brüderstrasse.
Access to the museum is at ground level in both parts of the building via a side entrance. There is a bell or a door opener here. The wheelchair elevator then takes you to the ground floor. The side entrances are signposted. West side entrance, door width 120 cm, East side entrance, door width 80 cm.
Disabled toilets are located on the ground floor of both parts of the building.
In both parts of the museum, all levels can be reached barrier-free with the elevators.
The museum cafe on the 1st floor can be reached barrier-free by elevator.
On fixed dates, these tours are accompanied by a sign language interpreter. A place in one of these tandem tours costs €5 plus the respective entrance fee.
Folding stools and 2 rental wheelchairs are available.

Events for special needs schools are possible by arrangement. Tel.: 0211-566160
Audio guides are available for the collection and large temporary exhibitions. Information on this can be found on the information pages of the individual exhibitions.
Assistance dogs are allowed.





Zwischenwelten
Gruppenausstellung mit vier künstlerischen Positionen
22.02.2024 - 02.05.2024
Kartenlink
Bilker Bunker
Mi 17-21, Do 12-18, Fr 17-21, Sa&So 12-18 Uhr
Aachener Straße 39, 40223 Düsseldorf
0211 843 64 10




Willi Baumeister – Zeitzeichen
Reihe Sammlungsgeschichten
23.02.2024 - 16.06.2024
Vernissage: 22.02.2024 19 Uhr
Kartenlink
Museum Folkwang
Di-So 10-18, Do/Fr 10-20 h
Museumsplatz 1, 45128 Essen
0201-8845000


In May 1960, the first new Folkwang building was opened after the Second World War: the so-called old building, which is now a listed building. In the old building, the museum shows the masterpieces of the 19th and 20th centuries. The new building designed by David Chipperfield was inaugurated in 2010 as the European Capital of Culture RUHR.2010. Here are the exhibition areas - the collection 20./21. Century, photography, poster, graphics and special exhibitions - as well as library and reading room, multifunctional hall for lectures and events, depots and restoration workshops.

There are 4 disabled parking spaces available in the underground car park of the new building.
There is a lift in the underground car park, and the control panels are also barrier-free.

The main entrance can also be reached barrier-free via a flat ramp. There is also an elevator that can be called from outside. The control panel is placed barrier-free. All levels of the museum are barrier-free.

The door widths in the old building are suitable for wheelchairs.

Door openers are installed throughout the new building.

A staffed cloakroom is located in the foyer.

There are a total of 4 disabled toilets. 1 toilet is in the old building near the museum café, in the new building there is 1 toilet near the Hirschlandsaal and 2 toilets near the cloakroom.

The museum café in the old building and the Vincent & Paul restaurant in the new building are barrier-free.

Magnifying glasses and folding stools (100) can be borrowed. A limited number of wheelchairs are also available.

A free app with texts and audio files is available for the permanent collection and the major special exhibitions.

Guided tours in sign language are offered for special exhibitions. Inquiries about guided tours and workshops via the visitor office on Tel.: 0201-8845444, Email: info@museum-folkwang.essen.de.

An assistance dog is allowed.
Four disabled parking spaces are available in the underground car park of the new Museum Folkwang. The entrance to the museum and visiting the exhibition is barrier-free from here.
The main entrance can be reached barrier-free via a flat ramp. There is also an elevator that can be called from outside. The control panel is placed barrier-free.
Barrier-free elevators are available, the elevator control panels are barrier-free. All levels of the museum are barrier-free.
There are a total of 4 disabled toilets. 1 toilet is in the old building near the museum café, in the new building there is 1 toilet near the Hirschlandsaal and 2 toilets near the cloakroom.
Guided tours in sign language are offered for special exhibitions.
A free app with texts and audio files is available for the permanent collection and the major special exhibitio
Magnifying glasses can be borrowed.
The museum website can be accessed in plain language.

Guided tours in plain language are offered regularly.
An assistance dog is allowed.
The Streiflichter – guided tours for people with dementia take place once a quarter.
Magnifying glasses and folding stools (100) can be borrowed. A limited number of wheelchairs are also available.

Guided tours in sign language and plain language are offered regularly.

Audio guides are available for the permanent collection. Guided tours in sign language are offered for special exhibitions. Inquiries about guided tours and workshops via the visitor office on Tel.: 0201-8845444, Email: info@museum-folkwang.essen.de.
The edda restaurant in the new building is barrier-free.





Nicht viel zu sehen. Wege der Abstraktion 1920 bis heute24.02.2024 - 01.09.2024
Kartenlink
Von der Heydt-Museum
Di+Mi 11-18, Do+Fr 11-20, Sa+So 10-18 h
Turmhof 8, 42103 Wuppertal
0202-5636231


The Von der Heydt Museum is located in Wuppertal-Elberfeld. There are 2 public disabled parking spaces near the museum, address: Wall28/32. Access to the museum is via the wheelchair door next to the main entrance. There`s a bell here. Prior registration ensures a speedy process. Phone: 0202563-6231

The door widths in the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.

Barrier-free access to all levels of the museum by elevators.

A disabled toilet on the 1st floor. is barrier-free accessible by elevator.

The gastronomy on the ground floor is barrier-free accessible.

An assistance dog is allowed upon request.
In der Nähe des Museums befinden sich 2 öffentliche Behindertenparkplätze. Adresse: Wand 28/32
Der Zugang zum Museum erfolgt ebenerdig und stufenlos über die Rollstuhlfahrertür neben dem Haupteingang. Hier ist ein Klingel vorhanden.
Barrier-free access to all levels of the museum by elevators.
A disabled toilet on the 1st floor. is barrier-free accessible by elevator.
The gastronomy on the ground floor is barrier-free accessible
Guided tours for people with special needs are offered by arrangement.

There are folding stools (60) and 1 rental wheelchair available.
Assistance dogs are allowed upon request.





Long Time, Lung Time Continuuuum!!! (A Conver-something)
Kollaboration mit IMAI – Inter Media Art Institute
24.02.2024 - 26.05.2024
Vernissage: 24.02.2024 11-18 Uhr
Kartenlink
KIT - Kunst im Tunnel
Di-So/Fei 11-18
Mannesmannufer 1b, 40213 Düsseldorf
0211-8996243


In 2007, KIT – Kunst im Tunnel, a spectacular meeting place for contemporary art, was opened directly under Düsseldorf`s Rhine promenade in a space that lies between the tunnel tubes for car traffic.

The visible entrance to KIT – a pavilion building on the promenade that is glazed towards the Rhine – houses the KIT Café and is one of the most beautiful gastronomic addresses on the Rhine. When the sun is shining, the terrace with a view of the knee of the Rhine is a place to relax and enjoy.

Through the café, visitors reach the underground exhibition area via a large staircase or by elevator. This swings elliptically over a length of 140 meters parallel to the Rhine. The ceiling height and width of the room vary. The works of young artists are exhibited between the concrete walls, which the artistic director of the KIT, Gertrud Peters, invites to exhibit here.

Among other things, acoustic tours are carried out for visually impaired and blind visitors.
The elevator in the KIT Cafe takes you to the underground exhibition area.
On the exhibition level there is a disabled toilet that can be reached by elevator.
Acoustic tours are conducted for visually impaired and blind visitors.





Gesichtspunkte. Porträts und ihr Nutzen25.02.2024 - 31.05.2024
Vernissage: 30.11.-0001 11:30 Uhr
Kartenlink
Städtisches Museum Schloss Rheydt
Di-So 11-18 h
Schlossstr. 508, 41238 Mönchengladbach
02166-928900


Rheydt Castle in Mönchengladbach is the only architecturally completely preserved Renaissance castle on the Lower Rhine. Today, the castle and the outer bailey not only house the Municipal Museum of the City of Mönchengladbach, but are also a venue for a variety of cultural events and a local recreation area with extensive green spaces.

The mansion is fully wheelchair accessible. An elevator is available. A wheelchair-accessible toilet with an alarm button is also available.

The outer bailey is not fully accessible for wheelchair users.
The cobblestones on the outside paths can also present a slight barrier. Walking aids with small wheels do not roll comfortably there. Steep inclines cannot be overcome on the paths.

The casemates can only be accessed via stairs.

The museum regularly offers special tours for people with dementia changes, often also for residents of old people`s homes and other facilities. The visit is based on a trip to Rheydt Castle, a "trip into the blue". In conversations, with pictures and original objects, the participants` memories are evoked and reproduced. The path through the museum ends at a coffee table set in the style of the 1950s/60s.

Appointments can be made personally on 02166-9289016 on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. and on Thursdays from 3 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.

You can also send us your request by e-mail (museumspaedagogik@schlossrheydt.de) with your phone number.
A wheelchair-accessible elevator is available.
A wheelchair accessible toilet is available.
The museum regularly offers special tours for people with dementia changes, often also for residents of old people`s homes and other facilities. The visit is based on a trip to Rheydt Castle, a "trip into the blue". In conversations, with pictures and original objects, the participants` memories are evoked and reproduced. The path through the museum ends at a coffee table set in the style of the 1950s/60s.

Appointments can be made personally on 0 21 66 – 9 28 90 – 16 on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. and on Thursdays from 3 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.

You can also send us your request by e-mail (museumspaedagogik@schlossrheydt.de) with your phone number.
Assistance dogs are allowed but must be on a leash.





Cassandra. Bildhauerinnen in der Sammlung des Museums25.02.2024 - 02.06.2024
Kartenlink
Museum Ratingen
Di-Fr 13-18, Sa/So 11-18 h
Peter-Brüning-Platz 1, 40878 Ratingen
02102-5504180


The Ratingen Museum houses the municipal collection of modern art, the Johann Peter Melchior Collection and the cultural and historical exhibition on the history and development of Ratingen. Special exhibitions supplement the permanent presentations. Together with the media center, the museum has its own parking garage. There are two designated disabled parking spaces.

The running time from there to the museum is about 7 minutes. Access for wheelchair users is at ground level and stepless via the side entrance to the administration. There is a bell here that says "Museum".

The door widths in the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.

A wheelchair elevator in the museum can be used on request.

A wheelchair-accessible toilet in the basement can be reached barrier-free via the wheelchair elevator.

The museum café in the foyer is barrier-free.

Folding stools, 1 wheelchair and magnifying glasses can be borrowed.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are offered.

Tactile objects are available.

Guided tours in plain language and in sign language are organized on request.

An assistance dog is allowed.
Together with the media center, the museum has its own parking garage. There are two designated disabled parking spaces. The walking time from there to the museum is 7 minutes.
Access to the museum for wheelchair users is at ground level and stepless via the side entrance to the administration. There is a bell here that says "Museum". The door widths in the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.
A wheelchair lift can be used on request.
A wheelchair-accessible toilet in the basement can be reached barrier-free via the wheelchair elevator.
The museum café in the foyer is barrier-free.
Guided tours are offered for the blind and visually impaired. Tactile objects are available.
Guided tours are conducted in sign language upon request.
Guided tours in easy-to-understand language are available on request.
An assistance dog is allowed.
Folding stools, a wheelchair and magnifying glasses can be borrowed. Guided tours and workshops are offered for different target groups.





Koen van den Broek – Of(f) Road25.02.2024 - 21.04.2024
Kartenlink
Ludwig Museum Koblenz
Di-Sa 10.30-17, So 11-18 h
Danziger Freiheit 1, 56068 Koblenz
0261-3040416


The Ludwig Museum is housed in the historic Deutschherrenhaus at the confluence of the Rhine and Moselle (Deutsches Eck).

If you need a disabled parking space, please call the museum ticket office on 0261-30404

All public areas of the museum are barrier-free. Next to the entrance stairs there is a wheelchair-accessible elevator that can be used to reach all exhibition levels. The cash desk staff will be happy to pick you up - call the museum cash desk on 0261-304040.

A disabled toilet is located in the entrance area of ​​the museum.

Visits with trained guide and therapy dogs are allowed by prior arrangement.

For the permanent collection as well as for special exhibitions, the KunstKontakt team at the Ludwig Museum offers guided tours for people with restricted mobility or people with dementia after prior registration. Guided tours in simple language for special groups can also be booked for selected events.

The audio guide for children and adults is available free of charge – also as an app for your smartphone – via museum.de. The audio guide is also available as a portable device at the ticket office for a rental fee of €1. The audio guides are also available in plain language.

The exhibition rooms can be visited with the help of a wheelchair or with a stroller. Lightweight, portable folding stools are available to borrow from the ticket office upon request. Of course, the supervisor also advises in exceptional cases.
Disabled parking spaces are available. If you need a disabled parking space, please call the museum ticket office on 0261-304040.
Next to the entrance stairs there is a lift that can be used to reach all exhibition levels. All public areas of the museum are barrier-free.
A disabled toilet is located in the entrance area of ​​the museum.
Audio guides can be hired at the ticket office for a rental fee of €1. The audio guide for children and adults is also available free of charge as a smartphone app via museum.de.
Audio guides similar to radio plays (from rental devices or as an app) are also available in simple language.

Guided tours in simple language can be booked for selected events.
The KunstKontakt team at the Ludwig Museum offers guided tours for people with dementia, both for the permanent collection and for special exhibitions.
The exhibition rooms can be visited with the help of a wheelchair or with a stroller. Lightweight, portable folding stools are available to borrow from the ticket office upon request.

For the permanent collection as well as for special exhibitions, the KunstKontakt team at the Ludwig Museum offers guided tours for people with restricted mobility or people with dementia after prior registration.
Trained guide and therapy dogs are allowed with prior notification.





Sammlung mit losen Enden 06: Drei Seiten des Bildes
Zweiter Akt
29.02.2024 - 01.09.2024
Kartenlink
Kunsthaus NRW Kornelimünster
Do-Sa 14-18, So 12-18 h
Abteigarten 6, 52076 Aachen
02408-6492


The museum is housed in an old building, but efforts have been made to ensure that it is largely barrier-free. Unfortunately, this is currently only possible to a limited extent. The upper floor with the collection presentation can only be reached via stairs.





Marie Laurencin – The Adroit Princess01.03.2024 - 04.05.2024
Kartenlink
Galerie Buchholz
Di-Fr 11-18, Sa 11-16 h
Neven-Du-Mont-Str. 17, 50667 Köln
0221-2574946




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.





Alex Grein – Anonymous Collection
Bearbeitete Fotografien unbekannter Künsterl*innen
01.03.2024 - 26.04.2024
Vernissage: 29.02.2024 19 Uhr
Kartenlink
Galerie Gisela Clement
Mi-Fr 14-18, Sa 13-17 h u.n.V.
Lotharstr. 104, 53115 Bonn
0228-97143922




Richard Long01.03.2024 - 10.05.2024
Kartenlink
Konrad Fischer Galerie
Di-Fr 11-18, Sa 11-14 h
Platanenstr. 7, 40233 Düsseldorf
0211-685908




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.





Sammlung der Museumsstiftung Krüger02.03.2024 - 16.06.2024
Kartenlink
Roentgen-Museum Neuwied
Di-Fr 11-17, Sa/So/Fei 14-17 Uhr
Raiffeisenplatz 1a, 56564 Neuwied
02631-803379


The Roentgen Museum Neuwied was opened in 1928 as a district museum in a building designed by the Cologne architects Mattar and Scheler.

A disabled parking space is located directly behind the museum building. Access to the museum is at ground level and there are no steps. All levels of the museum can be reached by wheelchair users via a large passenger elevator.

The disabled toilet is on the 3rd floor and is easily accessible via the large passenger elevator.

The passenger elevator can be operated with large tactile characters.
There are some tactile objects available.

Guided tours for visually impaired and blind people are offered on request.

Guided tours in plain language are offered on request.

Folding chairs can be borrowed for free on the ground floor.

Assistance dogs are allowed.
A disabled parking space is located directly behind the museum building.
Access to the museum is at ground level and there are no steps.
All levels of the museum can be reached by wheelchair users via a large passenger elevator.
The disabled toilet is on the 3rd floor and is easily accessible via the large passenger elevator.
The passenger elevator can be operated with large tactile characters.
There are some tactile objects available. Guided tours for visually impaired and blind people are offered on request.
Guided tours in plain language are offered on request.
Folding chairs can be borrowed for free on the ground floor.
Assistance dogs are allowed.





Anthony Caro – Sculptures02.03.2024 - 14.07.2024
Kartenlink
Skulpturenpark Waldfrieden
März-Nov Di-So 10-18 h
Hirschstraße 12, 42285 Wuppertal
0202-47898120




6 ½ Wochen: Ida Raselli – A Rush of Being02.03.2024 - 21.04.2024
Vernissage: 01.03.2024 18:30 Uhr
Kartenlink
Museum Folkwang
Di-So 10-18, Do/Fr 10-20 h
Museumsplatz 1, 45128 Essen
0201-8845000


In May 1960, the first new Folkwang building was opened after the Second World War: the so-called old building, which is now a listed building. In the old building, the museum shows the masterpieces of the 19th and 20th centuries. The new building designed by David Chipperfield was inaugurated in 2010 as the European Capital of Culture RUHR.2010. Here are the exhibition areas - the collection 20./21. Century, photography, poster, graphics and special exhibitions - as well as library and reading room, multifunctional hall for lectures and events, depots and restoration workshops.

There are 4 disabled parking spaces available in the underground car park of the new building.
There is a lift in the underground car park, and the control panels are also barrier-free.

The main entrance can also be reached barrier-free via a flat ramp. There is also an elevator that can be called from outside. The control panel is placed barrier-free. All levels of the museum are barrier-free.

The door widths in the old building are suitable for wheelchairs.

Door openers are installed throughout the new building.

A staffed cloakroom is located in the foyer.

There are a total of 4 disabled toilets. 1 toilet is in the old building near the museum café, in the new building there is 1 toilet near the Hirschlandsaal and 2 toilets near the cloakroom.

The museum café in the old building and the Vincent & Paul restaurant in the new building are barrier-free.

Magnifying glasses and folding stools (100) can be borrowed. A limited number of wheelchairs are also available.

A free app with texts and audio files is available for the permanent collection and the major special exhibitions.

Guided tours in sign language are offered for special exhibitions. Inquiries about guided tours and workshops via the visitor office on Tel.: 0201-8845444, Email: info@museum-folkwang.essen.de.

An assistance dog is allowed.
Four disabled parking spaces are available in the underground car park of the new Museum Folkwang. The entrance to the museum and visiting the exhibition is barrier-free from here.
The main entrance can be reached barrier-free via a flat ramp. There is also an elevator that can be called from outside. The control panel is placed barrier-free.
Barrier-free elevators are available, the elevator control panels are barrier-free. All levels of the museum are barrier-free.
There are a total of 4 disabled toilets. 1 toilet is in the old building near the museum café, in the new building there is 1 toilet near the Hirschlandsaal and 2 toilets near the cloakroom.
Guided tours in sign language are offered for special exhibitions.
A free app with texts and audio files is available for the permanent collection and the major special exhibitio
Magnifying glasses can be borrowed.
The museum website can be accessed in plain language.

Guided tours in plain language are offered regularly.
An assistance dog is allowed.
The Streiflichter – guided tours for people with dementia take place once a quarter.
Magnifying glasses and folding stools (100) can be borrowed. A limited number of wheelchairs are also available.

Guided tours in sign language and plain language are offered regularly.

Audio guides are available for the permanent collection. Guided tours in sign language are offered for special exhibitions. Inquiries about guided tours and workshops via the visitor office on Tel.: 0201-8845444, Email: info@museum-folkwang.essen.de.
The edda restaurant in the new building is barrier-free.





In Abwesenheit
Sammlungspräsentation Fotografie
03.03.2024 - 08.09.2024
Vernissage: 03.03.2024 14-18 Uhr
Kartenlink
Sammlung Philara
Do 16-20 h u.n.V.
Birkenstraße 47, 40233 Düsseldorf
0211-24862721




Volker Hermes – Auge und Zeit03.03.2024 - 09.06.2024
Kartenlink
Suermondt-Ludwig-Museum
Di-Fr 15-18, Mi 12-20, Sa/So 11-18 h
Wilhelmstraße 18, 52070 Aachen
0241-479800


Since 1901 the Suermondt-Ludwig-Museum has been housed in the Villa Cassalette, which is a listed building.

The Apag multi-storey car park (Adalbertsteinweg 34) is located near the Suermondt-Ludwig-Museum and has 4 designated disabled parking spaces on the entrance level. Access to the museum is at ground level and stepless through the main entrance. If necessary, the door will be opened by the staff in the adjacent checkout area.

All levels of the museum can be reached barrier-free with lifts.

1 disabled toilet is located in the basement.

Folding stools can be borrowed, a reservation is recommended.

Audio guides are available on request.

Guided tours in easy-to-understand language are available on request. (Phone: 0241-432-4998, email: museumspaedagogik@mail.aachen.de)

Assistance dogs are allowed on request.
The Apag multi-storey car park (Adalbertsteinweg 34) with 4 designated disabled parking spaces on the entrance level is located nearby.
Access to the museum is at ground level and stepless through the main entrance. If necessary, the door will be opened by the staff in the adjacent checkout area.
1 disabled toilet is located in the basement.
All levels of the museum can be reached barrier-free with lifts.
Audio guides are available on request.
Guided tours in easy-to-understand language are available on request.
Assistance dogs are allowed on request.
Folding stools can be borrowed, reservations are recommended. Guided tours in easy-to-understand language are available on request.





Ins Blaue hinein
Gruppenausstellung mit Malerei, Skulptur, Fotografie etc.
03.03.2024 - 27.04.2024
Vernissage: 03.03.2024 11-24 Uhr
Kartenlink
Galerie Löhrl
Di-Fr 13-18, Sa 10-14 h
Kaiserstrasse 58/60, 41061 Mönchengladbach
02161-200762




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.





Aigana Gali – Light Works07.03.2024 - 20.04.2024
Kartenlink
SETAREH Gallery
Mo-Fr 10-19, Sa 10-18 h u.n.V.
Königsallee 27-31, 40212 Düsseldorf
0211-82827171




Imi Knoebel – Först Aid08.03.2024 - 11.05.2024
Kartenlink
Galerie Christian Lethert
Di-Fr 14-18, Sa 10-16 h u.n.V.
Antwerpener Straße 4, 50672 Köln
0221-3560590




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.





COEXIST. Stipendiat:innen 2023 der Artist Residency Schloss Balmoral08.03.2024 - 28.04.2024
Kartenlink
Mittelrhein Museum Koblenz
Di-So 10-18 h
Zentralplatz 1, 56068 Koblenz
0261-1292520


The museum is located on the central square in the cultural building Forum Confluentes. The city library, the Romanticum and the tourist information center are also housed in the culture building. Designated disabled parking spaces can be found in the multi-storey car park of the neighboring Forum Mittelrhein, entrance via Luisenstraße and in the Schängelcenter in Clemensstraße, entrance via Gymnasialstrasse. You will find further designated disabled parking spaces on Schlossstraße, not far from the museum.

The museum can be reached at ground level. Our entrance is stepless and wheelchair accessible.

A designated wheelchair-accessible toilet is located in the exhibition on the first floor and also in the basement of the culture building in the central toilet facility. There are lockers in the foyer of the museum and in the basement of the culture building.

The museum is equipped with a wheelchair and a walker, which can be borrowed from the ticket office for a deposit. Folding chairs are available, which can also be taken into the exhibitions if required.


In the exhibitions there are comfortable seats and light, portable folding stools to borrow at individual points.

Over 100 audio guides are available.

There is an inductive audio system at the cash desk/information desk and in event room 2.

Guided tours for people with cognitive impairments are available on request. The contact person is Mr. Pister. Email: info@mittelrhein-musuem.de
The museum is located on the central square in the cultural building. Designated disabled parking spaces can be found in the Forum Mittelrhein multi-storey car park, entrance via Luisenstraße and in the Schängelcenter in Clemensstraße, entrance via Gymnasialstrasse. You will find further designated disabled parking spaces on Schlossstraße, not far from the museum.
The museum can be reached at ground level. The entrance is stepless and wheelchair accessible.
The exhibitions are on the first floor and in the basement of the building. Both exhibitions can be reached via a wheelchair-accessible elevator. Access to all exhibitions is guaranteed.
A designated wheelchair-accessible toilet is located in the exhibition on the first floor and also in the basement of the culture building in the central toilet facility.
Over 100 audio guides are available.
There is an inductive audio system at the cash desk/information desk and in event room 2.
Guided tours for people with cognitive impairments are available on request. The contact person is Mr. Pister at info@mittelrhein-musuem.de
The museum is equipped with a wheelchair and a walker, which can be borrowed from the ticket office for a deposit. Folding chairs are available, which can also be taken into the exhibitions if required.

In the exhibitions there are comfortable seats and light, portable folding stools to borrow at individual points.

There are lockers in the foyer of the museum and in the basement of the culture building.
Assistance dogs are allowed.





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





Guillaume Bijl – Compositions and Sorry-works09.03.2024 - 18.05.2024
Kartenlink
Galerie Nagel Draxler
Mo-Fr 11-18 h
Elisenstrasse 4-6, 50667 Köln
0221-2570591




Christoph Dettmeier– City of Saints and Mad Men09.03.2024 - 11.05.2024
Kartenlink
Galerie Anke Schmidt
Di-Fr 11-18, Sa 12-18 h
Schönhauser Str. 8, 50968 Köln
0221-315717




Lewis Baltz & Jeff Wall – Painters of Modern Life09.03.2024 - 24.05.2024
Kartenlink
Zander Galerie
Di-Fr 11-18, Sa 12-17 h u.n.V.
Schönhauser Straße 8, 50968 Köln
0221-9348856




Werkstatt Expressionismus: Atelier Strichstärke im Museum Abteiberg10.03.2024 - 21.04.2024
Kartenlink
Städtisches Museum Abteiberg
Di-So 11-18 h
Abteistraße 27, 41061 Mönchengladbach
02161-253637


The Museum Abteiberg, designed by Hans Hollein, is one of the internationally renowned museum buildings and was inaugurated in 1982. In 1985 it received the "Pritzker Award". The building complex is adapted to an extreme hillside and extends over three levels.

1 disabled parking space is available at Abteistraße 27. Access to the building for wheelchair users is stepless via a flat ramp next to the stairs to the Abteistraße entrance.

A wheelchair-accessible toilet is located on the garden level in the basement and can be reached barrier-free with the elevator. A cloakroom supervised by staff is located in the cash desk area.

With the exception of the pyramid room, all levels of the museum (entrance level, slab level, garden level) can be reached barrier-free via the elevator (door width 80 cm, inner surface 110 x 140 cm) and flat ramps. All door widths in the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.

Folding stools (30) and 1 wheelchair can be borrowed. Audio guides (25) are available. The texts of the audio guide can be downloaded from the museum website.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired and in simple language are offered. The museum education department offers workshops for different target groups. Inquiries to Uwe Riedel on Tel.: 02161-252636 Email: riedel@museum-abteiberg.de

The museum café (entrance level) is barrier-free.

Assistance dogs are allowed.
1 disabled parking space is available at Abteistrasse 27.
Access to the building for wheelchair users is stepless via a flat ramp next to the stairs to the Abteistraße entrance
A wheelchair-accessible toilet is located on the garden level (basement) and can be reached barrier-free by elevator.
The three levels of the museum, entrance level (EG), plate level (OG) and garden level (UG) can be reached barrier-free with the lift. (door width 80 cm, inner surface 110 x 140 cm). The door widths in the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.
Guided tours are offered in easy language.
Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are offered.
Audio guides (25) are available. The texts of the audio guide can be downloaded from the museum website.
Assistance dogs are allowed.
The museum café (entrance level) is barrier-free.
Audio guides (25) are available. Folding stools (30) can be borrowed.

1 wheelchair can be borrowed.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired and in simple language are offered. The museum education department offers workshops for different target groups. Inquiries on Tel.: 02161-252636 Email: riedel@museum-abteiberg.de





Gemälden und Grafiken von Leo Leonhard (1939 – 2011)10.03.2024 - 21.04.2024
Vernissage: 10.03.2024 11:30 Uhr
Kartenlink
Kultur Bahnhof Eller
Di-So 15-19 h
Vennhauser Allee 89, 40229 Düsseldorf
0211-2108488




In Farben
Siebdrucke aus der Sammlung der artothek
14.03.2024 - 27.04.2024
Kartenlink
artothek - Raum für junge Kunst
Di-Fr 13-19, Sa 13-16 h
Am Hof 50, 50667 Köln
0221-22122332




Frances Scholz – Wave painting particle sculpture15.03.2024 - 11.05.2024
Kartenlink
Clages
Di-Fr 13-18, Sa 13-17 h
Brüsseler Straße 5, 50674 Köln
0221-99209181




Suscha Korte15.03.2024 - 04.05.2024
Kartenlink
Art Galerie 7 - Meike Knüppe
Mi-Fr 12-18, Sa 12-17 h u.n.V.
St.Apern-Straße 7, 50667 Köln
0221-2774866




Markus Saile – Everything Folds15.03.2024 - 04.05.2024
Kartenlink
DREI
Mi-Fr 14-18, Sa 12-15 h u.n.V.
Jülicherstr. 14, 50674 Köln
0221- 95814522




Ferne Länder, Ferne Zeiten. Sehnsuchtsfläche Plakat15.03.2024 - 07.07.2024
Kartenlink
Museum Folkwang
Di-So 10-18, Do/Fr 10-20 h
Museumsplatz 1, 45128 Essen
0201-8845000


In May 1960, the first new Folkwang building was opened after the Second World War: the so-called old building, which is now a listed building. In the old building, the museum shows the masterpieces of the 19th and 20th centuries. The new building designed by David Chipperfield was inaugurated in 2010 as the European Capital of Culture RUHR.2010. Here are the exhibition areas - the collection 20./21. Century, photography, poster, graphics and special exhibitions - as well as library and reading room, multifunctional hall for lectures and events, depots and restoration workshops.

There are 4 disabled parking spaces available in the underground car park of the new building.
There is a lift in the underground car park, and the control panels are also barrier-free.

The main entrance can also be reached barrier-free via a flat ramp. There is also an elevator that can be called from outside. The control panel is placed barrier-free. All levels of the museum are barrier-free.

The door widths in the old building are suitable for wheelchairs.

Door openers are installed throughout the new building.

A staffed cloakroom is located in the foyer.

There are a total of 4 disabled toilets. 1 toilet is in the old building near the museum café, in the new building there is 1 toilet near the Hirschlandsaal and 2 toilets near the cloakroom.

The museum café in the old building and the Vincent & Paul restaurant in the new building are barrier-free.

Magnifying glasses and folding stools (100) can be borrowed. A limited number of wheelchairs are also available.

A free app with texts and audio files is available for the permanent collection and the major special exhibitions.

Guided tours in sign language are offered for special exhibitions. Inquiries about guided tours and workshops via the visitor office on Tel.: 0201-8845444, Email: info@museum-folkwang.essen.de.

An assistance dog is allowed.
Four disabled parking spaces are available in the underground car park of the new Museum Folkwang. The entrance to the museum and visiting the exhibition is barrier-free from here.
The main entrance can be reached barrier-free via a flat ramp. There is also an elevator that can be called from outside. The control panel is placed barrier-free.
Barrier-free elevators are available, the elevator control panels are barrier-free. All levels of the museum are barrier-free.
There are a total of 4 disabled toilets. 1 toilet is in the old building near the museum café, in the new building there is 1 toilet near the Hirschlandsaal and 2 toilets near the cloakroom.
Guided tours in sign language are offered for special exhibitions.
A free app with texts and audio files is available for the permanent collection and the major special exhibitio
Magnifying glasses can be borrowed.
The museum website can be accessed in plain language.

Guided tours in plain language are offered regularly.
An assistance dog is allowed.
The Streiflichter – guided tours for people with dementia take place once a quarter.
Magnifying glasses and folding stools (100) can be borrowed. A limited number of wheelchairs are also available.

Guided tours in sign language and plain language are offered regularly.

Audio guides are available for the permanent collection. Guided tours in sign language are offered for special exhibitions. Inquiries about guided tours and workshops via the visitor office on Tel.: 0201-8845444, Email: info@museum-folkwang.essen.de.
The edda restaurant in the new building is barrier-free.





Umberto Ciceri – Chronochromatism
Abstrakte Farbwelten
15.03.2024 - 21.04.2024
Vernissage: 15.03.2024 19 Uhr
Kartenlink
Martina Kaiser
Di-Fr 13-18, Sa 11-16 h u.n.V.
Bismarckstrasse 50, 50672 Köln
0221-50284924




Andreas Slominski – Wohnorte gegen Geburtsorte
80 Fußbalplakate
15.03.2024 - 14.06.2024
Kartenlink
Museum Folkwang
Di-So 10-18, Do/Fr 10-20 h
Museumsplatz 1, 45128 Essen
0201-8845000


In May 1960, the first new Folkwang building was opened after the Second World War: the so-called old building, which is now a listed building. In the old building, the museum shows the masterpieces of the 19th and 20th centuries. The new building designed by David Chipperfield was inaugurated in 2010 as the European Capital of Culture RUHR.2010. Here are the exhibition areas - the collection 20./21. Century, photography, poster, graphics and special exhibitions - as well as library and reading room, multifunctional hall for lectures and events, depots and restoration workshops.

There are 4 disabled parking spaces available in the underground car park of the new building.
There is a lift in the underground car park, and the control panels are also barrier-free.

The main entrance can also be reached barrier-free via a flat ramp. There is also an elevator that can be called from outside. The control panel is placed barrier-free. All levels of the museum are barrier-free.

The door widths in the old building are suitable for wheelchairs.

Door openers are installed throughout the new building.

A staffed cloakroom is located in the foyer.

There are a total of 4 disabled toilets. 1 toilet is in the old building near the museum café, in the new building there is 1 toilet near the Hirschlandsaal and 2 toilets near the cloakroom.

The museum café in the old building and the Vincent & Paul restaurant in the new building are barrier-free.

Magnifying glasses and folding stools (100) can be borrowed. A limited number of wheelchairs are also available.

A free app with texts and audio files is available for the permanent collection and the major special exhibitions.

Guided tours in sign language are offered for special exhibitions. Inquiries about guided tours and workshops via the visitor office on Tel.: 0201-8845444, Email: info@museum-folkwang.essen.de.

An assistance dog is allowed.
Four disabled parking spaces are available in the underground car park of the new Museum Folkwang. The entrance to the museum and visiting the exhibition is barrier-free from here.
The main entrance can be reached barrier-free via a flat ramp. There is also an elevator that can be called from outside. The control panel is placed barrier-free.
Barrier-free elevators are available, the elevator control panels are barrier-free. All levels of the museum are barrier-free.
There are a total of 4 disabled toilets. 1 toilet is in the old building near the museum café, in the new building there is 1 toilet near the Hirschlandsaal and 2 toilets near the cloakroom.
Guided tours in sign language are offered for special exhibitions.
A free app with texts and audio files is available for the permanent collection and the major special exhibitio
Magnifying glasses can be borrowed.
The museum website can be accessed in plain language.

Guided tours in plain language are offered regularly.
An assistance dog is allowed.
The Streiflichter – guided tours for people with dementia take place once a quarter.
Magnifying glasses and folding stools (100) can be borrowed. A limited number of wheelchairs are also available.

Guided tours in sign language and plain language are offered regularly.

Audio guides are available for the permanent collection. Guided tours in sign language are offered for special exhibitions. Inquiries about guided tours and workshops via the visitor office on Tel.: 0201-8845444, Email: info@museum-folkwang.essen.de.
The edda restaurant in the new building is barrier-free.





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




Pauline Hafsia M'barek – Membrāne16.03.2024 - 27.04.2024
Kartenlink
Thomas Rehbein Galerie
Di-Fr 11-13/14-18, Sa 11-16 h
Aachener Straße 5, 50674 Köln
0221-3101000




Hilma af Klint und Wassily Kandinsky. Träume von der Zukunft16.03.2024 - 11.08.2024
Vernissage: 15.03.2024 19.30-22 Uhr
Kartenlink
K20 Grabbeplatz
Di-Fr 10-18, Sa/So/Fei 11-18, 1. Mi. im Monat 10-22 h
Grabbeplatz 5, 40213 Düsseldorf
0211-8381204


The art collection of North Rhine-Westphalia is housed in three buildings. K20 Grabbeplatz and K21 Ständehaus are generally barrier-free. Due to the special architecture, the Schmela house is not barrier-free. Disabled parking spaces for K20 are located in the underground car park. Access to K20 is via a flat ramp (main entrance).

All levels of K20 can be reached barrier-free via an elevator.

1 disabled toilet is on the ground floor, as well as a disabled cloakroom with low lockers.

All door widths in K20 are suitable for wheelchairs.

Visitors with walking difficulties can borrow a wheelchair or folding chair from the cloakroom free of charge for the duration of their stay in the art collection (if possible with prior registration at the visitor service).

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request. Information on guided tours and educational offers is available from the visitor service on Tel.: 0211-8381204, Email:service@kunstsammlung.de.

The artistically designed café on the 2nd floor is barrier-free accessible via the elevator.

Guide dogs and dogs for the disabled can be taken along with the appropriate legitimation.

A person accompanying blind and visually impaired visitors does not pay admission.
There are 4 disabled parking spaces in the underground car park under K20 Grabbeplatz.
Access to K20 is via a flat ramp. (Main entrance)
1 disabled toilet is located on the ground floor.
All levels of K20 can be reached barrier-free via an elevator.
The café on the 2nd floor is barrier-free accessible via the elevator.
The art collection offers guided tours in sign language for deaf and hearing-impaired visitors.
Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request.
Visitors with walking difficulties can borrow a wheelchair or folding chair from the cloakroom free of charge for the duration of their stay in the art collection (if possible with prior registration at the visitor service).

Information on guided tours and mediation offers from the visitor service on Tel.: 0211-8381204, Email:service@kunstsammlung.de.
Guide dogs and dogs for the disabled can be taken along with the appropriate legitimation.

A person accompanying blind and visually impaired visitors does not pay admission.





Gottfried Helnwein – Realität und Fiktion
Malerei
17.03.2024 - 30.06.2024
Kartenlink
Osthaus Museum Hagen
Di, Mi, Fr 10-17, Do 13-20, Sa/So 11-18 h
Museumsplatz 1, 58095 Hagen
02331-2073124


The refurbished and expanded Osthaus Museum Hagen and the newly built Emil Schumacher Museum have formed the center of the Hagen Art Quarter since 2009. The museums are linked by a common ticket office area.

Access to the Osthaus Museum Hagen is at ground level and stepless through the main entrance. The door opens automatically.

A side entrance is opened by the staff when you are in the disabled parking space.

All levels of the Osthaus Museum Hagen can be reached with the barrier-free elevator or a lifting platform (with the help of the staff).

The door widths in the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.

1 disabled toilet is located in the foyer (ground floor).

1 wheelchair and folding stool (40) can be borrowed.

The Brasserie Novys am Museum is barrier-free and has 1 disabled toilet.

An assistance dog is allowed in the museum on request.
2 designated disabled parking spaces are located behind the house (Prentzelstraße)
Access to the Osthaus Museum Hagen is at ground level and stepless through the main entrance. A door opener is available. A side entrance is opened by the staff when you are in the disabled parking space.
1 disabled toilet is in the foyer (ground floor)
All levels of the Osthaus Museum Hagen can be reached with the barrier-free elevator or a lifting platform (with the help of the staff). The door widths in the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.
The Brasserie Novys am Museum is barrier-free and has 1 disabled toilet.
An assistance dog is allowed upon request.
1 wheelchair and folding stool (40) can be borrowed.





Georg Schmidt, Helga Weihs
Malerei, Skulpturen
17.03.2024 - 21.04.2024
Vernissage: 17.03.2024 11:30 - 14 Uhr
Kartenlink
Verein für aktuelle Kunst/Ruhrgebiet e.V
Fr 16-18, Sa 15-18, Sa 11-14 h
Hansastraße 20, 46049 Oberhausen
0203-5188900




Dabid Semper – Foyer17.03.2024 - 03.05.2024
Vernissage: 17.02.2024 11:30 - 15 Uhr
Kartenlink
Hengesbach Gallery
Mo-Fr 13-18 h
Vogelsangstraße 20, 42109 Wuppertal
0202-753532




Künstlerräume aus der Sammlung Krämer-Maas20.03.2024 - 30.06.2024
Kartenlink
Museum DKM
Sa-So 12-18 h, 1ter Fr im Monat 12-18h, Mo-Fr n.V.
Güntherstraße 13-15, 47051 Duisburg
0203-93555470


The DKM Museum is located in the center of Duisburg city center in the immediate vicinity of the main train station. The private exhibition house, named after the initials of the donors and museum founders Dirk Krämer and Klaus Maas, was opened in 2009. The former residential and commercial property from the 1960s has 2,700 square meters of exhibition space on five floors.

A parking space for wheelchair users can be made available in the inner courtyard by prior arrangement. Access is via a flat ramp leading from the walkway to the main entrance. The entrance door opens automatically. There is also a bell.

1 disabled toilet is located on the ground floor in the foyer area. Some of the lockers in the foyer are handicapped accessible and start in the foot area. Four floors of the museum (basement, ground floor, 1st floor, 2nd floor) are barrier-free accessible by elevator.

1 person is always in the house as an accompaniment.

The museum bar in the foyer is barrier-free.

An assistance dog is allowed.
A parking space for wheelchair users can be made available in the inner courtyard by prior arrangement.
Access for wheelchair users is via a flat ramp leading from the sidewalk to the main entrance. The front door opens automatically. There is also a bell.
Four floors of the museum (basement, ground floor, 1st floor, 2nd floor) are barrier-free accessible by elevator.
1 disabled toilet is located on the ground floor (foyer area).
The museum bar in the foyer is barrier-free.
Some of the lockers are handicapped accessible and start in the foot area. 1 person is always in the house as an accompaniment. guided tours for different target groups are offered
An assistance dog is allowed.





HIPGNOSIS.BREATHE. Album Cover Art und Photo Design by Aubrey Powell & Storm Thorgerson
Celebrating 50 Years THE DARK SIDE OF THE MOON
21.03.2024 - 20.05.2024
Kartenlink
Ludwiggalerie Schloss Oberhausen
Di-So 11-18 h
Konrad-Adenauer-Allee 46, 46049 Oberhausen
0208-4124928


The Ludwig Gallery is a barrier-free museum.

Disabled parking spaces are available. The way to the entrance leads over an inclined plane.

All floors of the main building can be reached via the wheelchair-accessible elevator. A rental wheelchair is available.

A disabled toilet is located in the basement of the main building.

The Small Castle is on the ground floor, all rooms are barrier-free accessible.

The reading café is located in the small palace of the Ludwig Gallery. Various hot drinks are offered here. Opening hours: Tuesday - Sunday 11am to 5.30pm

The "Kaisergarten" restaurant, which is located in the side wing of Oberhausen Castle, is accessible at ground level. There is a handicapped-accessible toilet in the outdoor area. Opening hours: daily 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
The way to the entrance leads over an inclined plane.
Disabled parking spaces are available.
All floors of the main building are accessible via the wheelchair-accessible elevator. The Small Castle is on the ground floor, all rooms are barrier-free accessible.
A wheelchair-accessible toilet is located in the basement of the main building and can be reached via the wheelchair-accessible elevator.
The "Kaisergarten" restaurant, which is located in the side wing of Oberhausen Castle, is accessible at ground level. There is a handicapped-accessible toilet in the outdoor area.

The reading café is located in the small palace on the ground floor of the Ludwig Gallery. Various hot drinks are offered here. Opening hours: Tuesday - Sunday 11am to 5.30pm





Franz Erhard Walther – Bilder im Kopf, Körper im Raum
Große Übersichtsausstellung
22.03.2024 - 28.07.2024
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.





SGmeinsam KUNST23.03.2024 - 21.04.2024
Kartenlink
Kunstmuseum Solingen
Di-So 10-17 h
Wuppertaler Str. 160, 42653 Solingen
0212-258140


Das Kunstmuseum Solingen ist in einem denkmalgeschützten Altbau aus dem Jahre 1907/1908 (ehemaliges Rathaus Gräfrath) und einem Neubau untergebracht, der 1995/1996 angefügt wurde. 50 Meter vom Eingang entfernt befinden sich 2 Behindertenparkplätze. Der Zugang erfolgt ebenerdig und stufenlos über einen Nebeneingang, der als Behinderteneingang ausgewiesen ist.Im Gebäude befindet sich 1 behindertengerechtes WC im UG sowie ein behindertengerechter Aufzug. Alle Türbreiten sind für Rolli geeignet.1 Leihrollstuhl sowie frei zugängliche Klapphocker stehen zur Verfügung. Audioguides zur ständigen Sammlung und zu einzelnen Wechselausstellungen wie zur Internationalen Bergischen Kunstausstellung können ausgeliehen werden. Auf Anfrage werden Führungen in Leichter Sprache durchgeführt.Die Gastronomie ist barrierefrei zugänglich. Ein Assistenzhund ist erlaubt.
Ebenerdiger, stufenloser Zugang durch den Nebeneingang, der als Behinderteneingang ausgewiesen ist.
2 Behindertenparkplätze finden sich 50 Meter vom Museumseingang entfernt.
Rolli-Aufzug vorhanden.
1 Behindertengerechtes WC im UG vorhanden.
Die Gastronomie ist barrierefrei zugänglich.
Auf Anfrage werden Führungen in Leichter Sprache durchgeführt.
Ein Assistenzhund ist erlaubt.
Es sind Audioguides zur ständigen Sammlung und zu einzelnen Wechselausstellungen wie z.B. zur "Internationalen Bergischen Kunstausstellung" vorhanden.





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





Imi Knoebel – Anima Mundi
Studioausstellung
23.03.2024 - 27.04.2024
Kartenlink
Galerie Boisserée
Di-Fr 10-14/15-18, Sa 11-15 h u.n.V.
Drususgasse 7-11, 50667 Köln
0221-2578519




Nicole Bold – ein leises Flattern könnte es gewesen sein23.03.2024 - 04.05.2024
Kartenlink
Galerie Pamme-Vogelsang
Di-Fr 11-18.30, Sa 11-15 h u.n.V.
Hahnenstraße 33, 50667 Köln
0221-80158763




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.





Sean Sullivan, Florian Baudrexel23.03.2024 - 11.05.2024
Kartenlink
Linn Lühn
Mi-Fr 13-17, Sa 12-15 h
Birkenstr. 43, 40233 Düsseldorf
0151-22373974




Vor Ort 2024
Interssengemeinschaft Duisburger Künstler
23.03.2024 - 12.05.2024
Vernissage: 22.03.2024 18 Uhr
Kartenlink
Lehmbruck Museum
Mi-Sa 12-18, Do 12-22, So11-18 h
Düsseldorfer Straße 51, 47051 Duisburg
0203-2832630


The Lehmbruck Museum extends over several parts of the building and is not completely barrier-free. Wheelchair users can reach the old building via ramps and elevators, but the new building with the glass hall is only partially accessible without an accompanying person. The staff car park can be used by disabled people on request from the art education department. Tel.: 0203-2832195, email: kunstvermittlung@lehmbruckmuseum.de.

Step-free access at ground level is via the side entrance at Düsseldorferstr. 51 possible. The wheelchair elevator, which is accessible from the outside (address: Friedrich Wilhelm Str. 40), takes you to the entrance area with the cash desk. Barrier-free entrances are marked.

1 disabled toilet is located in the new building and can be reached via a lift if accompanied by the staff. The door widths are suitable for wheelchairs in all parts of the building.

1 wheelchair and folding stool (100) can be borrowed.

An assistance dog is allowed.

Target group-oriented educational programs are offered for people with special needs, such as people with cognitive disabilities.

Guided tours in sign language as well as tactile tours can be booked. Guided tours in simple language are carried out on request.

The Art Education department provides information on the educational offer and accessibility on Tel.: 0203-2832195, Email: kunstvermittlung@lehmbruckmuseum.de

The Art Education department provides information on the educational offer and accessibility on Tel.: 0203-2832195, Email: kunstvermittlung@lehmbruckmuseum.de

The Café Museum is a pub within sight of the museum, which can be reached on foot and at ground level. Address: Friedrich Wilhelm Straße 64. This restaurant is not operated by the Lehmbruck Museum.
The staff car park can be used by wheelchair users on request at the art education office. Tel.: 0203-2832195, email: kunstvermittlung@lehmbruckmuseum.de
Level, stepless access via the side entrance Düsseldorferstr. 51.
1 disabled toilet is located in the new building and can be reached via a lift if accompanied by the staff.
The basement can be reached with the Rolli stair lift in the glass hall.
Tactile tours can be booked. The Lehmbruck box contains objects and aids that can be used for guided tours to the permanent collection for blind and visually impaired people.
Guided tours in sign language can be booked.
Guided tours in simple language are carried out on request.
An assistance dog is allowed.
Target group-oriented educational programs are offered for people with special needs, such as people with cognitive disabilities. The Art Education department provides information on the educational offer and accessibility on Tel.: 0203-2832195, Email: kunstvermittlung@lehmbruckmuseum.de
The Café Museum is a pub within sight of the museum, which can be reached on foot and at ground level. Address: Friedrich Wilhelm Straße 64. This restaurant is not operated by the Lehmbruck Museum.
Folding stools (100) and 1 wheelchair can be borrowed. Target group-oriented educational programs are offered for people with special needs such as the blind and visually impaired as well as people with cognitive impairments. Tours in sign language and tactile tours can be booked.

The Art Education department provides information on the educational offer and accessibility on Tel.: 0203-2832195, Email: kunstvermittlung@lehmbruckmuseum.de





Julio Rondo – Uninvisible23.03.2024 - 04.05.2024
Vernissage: 23.03.2024 17:30 - 21 Uhr
Kartenlink
Galerie Grölle
Fr, Sa 15-18 h
Platanenstrasse 11, 40233 Düsseldorf




Ayan Farah23.03.2024 - 04.05.2024
Vernissage: 23.03.2024 17-20 Uhr
Kartenlink
Kadel Willborn
Mi-Fr 13-18, Sa 11-16 h u.n.V.
Birkenstraße 3, 40233 Düsseldorf
0211-74956119




Stefan Wissel – Painkiller23.03.2024 - 11.05.2024
Vernissage: 23.03.2024 17-20 Uhr
Kartenlink
Van Horn
Mi-Fr 13-18, Sa 12-14 h u.n.V.
Ackerstr. 99, 40233 Düsseldorf
0211-5008654




Der Expressionismus. Aufbruch und Neubeginn
Eine Sammlungspräsentation
23.03.2024 - 12.05.2024
Kartenlink
Lehmbruck Museum
Mi-Sa 12-18, Do 12-22, So11-18 h
Düsseldorfer Straße 51, 47051 Duisburg
0203-2832630


The Lehmbruck Museum extends over several parts of the building and is not completely barrier-free. Wheelchair users can reach the old building via ramps and elevators, but the new building with the glass hall is only partially accessible without an accompanying person. The staff car park can be used by disabled people on request from the art education department. Tel.: 0203-2832195, email: kunstvermittlung@lehmbruckmuseum.de.

Step-free access at ground level is via the side entrance at Düsseldorferstr. 51 possible. The wheelchair elevator, which is accessible from the outside (address: Friedrich Wilhelm Str. 40), takes you to the entrance area with the cash desk. Barrier-free entrances are marked.

1 disabled toilet is located in the new building and can be reached via a lift if accompanied by the staff. The door widths are suitable for wheelchairs in all parts of the building.

1 wheelchair and folding stool (100) can be borrowed.

An assistance dog is allowed.

Target group-oriented educational programs are offered for people with special needs, such as people with cognitive disabilities.

Guided tours in sign language as well as tactile tours can be booked. Guided tours in simple language are carried out on request.

The Art Education department provides information on the educational offer and accessibility on Tel.: 0203-2832195, Email: kunstvermittlung@lehmbruckmuseum.de

The Art Education department provides information on the educational offer and accessibility on Tel.: 0203-2832195, Email: kunstvermittlung@lehmbruckmuseum.de

The Café Museum is a pub within sight of the museum, which can be reached on foot and at ground level. Address: Friedrich Wilhelm Straße 64. This restaurant is not operated by the Lehmbruck Museum.
The staff car park can be used by wheelchair users on request at the art education office. Tel.: 0203-2832195, email: kunstvermittlung@lehmbruckmuseum.de
Level, stepless access via the side entrance Düsseldorferstr. 51.
1 disabled toilet is located in the new building and can be reached via a lift if accompanied by the staff.
The basement can be reached with the Rolli stair lift in the glass hall.
Tactile tours can be booked. The Lehmbruck box contains objects and aids that can be used for guided tours to the permanent collection for blind and visually impaired people.
Guided tours in sign language can be booked.
Guided tours in simple language are carried out on request.
An assistance dog is allowed.
Target group-oriented educational programs are offered for people with special needs, such as people with cognitive disabilities. The Art Education department provides information on the educational offer and accessibility on Tel.: 0203-2832195, Email: kunstvermittlung@lehmbruckmuseum.de
The Café Museum is a pub within sight of the museum, which can be reached on foot and at ground level. Address: Friedrich Wilhelm Straße 64. This restaurant is not operated by the Lehmbruck Museum.
Folding stools (100) and 1 wheelchair can be borrowed. Target group-oriented educational programs are offered for people with special needs such as the blind and visually impaired as well as people with cognitive impairments. Tours in sign language and tactile tours can be booked.

The Art Education department provides information on the educational offer and accessibility on Tel.: 0203-2832195, Email: kunstvermittlung@lehmbruckmuseum.de





Koen Doodeman, Hadassah Emmerich, Inna Levinson – '… and beyond Painting' 23.03.2024 - 04.05.2024
Vernissage: 23.03.2024 17-20 Uhr
Kartenlink
Cosar
Di-Fr 13-18, Sa 12-16 h
Birkenstr. 39, 40233 Düsseldorf
0211-329735




Sophie Heinrich, Alfonso Hüppi – Bright Edge23.03.2024 - 11.05.2024
Vernissage: 23.03.2024 17-20 Uhr
Kartenlink
Galerie Rupert Pfab
Di-Fr 12-18, Sa 11-14 h u.n.V.
Poststraße 3, 40213 Düsseldorf
0211-131666




Line Lyhne – A fussiness inside23.03.2024 - 04.05.2024
Vernissage: 23.03.2024 17-20 Uhr
Kartenlink
Petra Rinck Galerie
Mi-Fr 13-18, Sa 12-16 h u.n.V.
Birkenstrasse 45, 40233 Düsseldorf
0211-15776916




Mike Kelley – Ghost and Spirit
Retrospektive
23.03.2024 - 08.09.2024
Kartenlink
K21 Ständehaus
Di-Fr 10-18, Sa/So/Fei 11-18, 1.Mi. im Monat 10-22 h
Ständehausstrasse 1, 40217 Düsseldorf
0211-838166


The art collection of North Rhine-Westphalia is housed in three buildings. K20 Grabbeplatz and K21 Ständehaus are generally barrier-free. Due to the special architecture, the Schmela house is not barrier-free.

2 disabled parking spaces for K21 Standehaus are located in front of the building. Access to the K21 Ständehaus is at ground level and has no steps via the main entrance.

A door opener is located to the right of the entrance.

All levels of the K21 Ständehaus can be reached barrier-free via a lift.

1 disabled toilet is on the ground floor, as well as a disabled cloakroom with low lockers. All door widths in K21 Ständehaus are suitable for wheelchairs.

Visitors with walking difficulties can borrow a wheelchair or folding chair from the cloakroom free of charge for the duration of their stay in the art collection (if possible with prior registration at the visitor service).

Audio guides are available for individual exhibitions, depending on the exhibition also in simple language.

The art collection offers guided tours in sign language for deaf and hearing-impaired visitors.

Information on guided tours and educational offers is available from the visitor service on Tel.: 0211-8381204, Email:service@kunstsammlung.de.

The artistically designed Pardo Bar on the ground floor is barrier-free.

An assistance dog is allowed.

2 disabled parking spaces are available in the closed interior area next to the building. There is an intercom in the Elisbethstraße 5 area, the barrier is opened by the control center on request.
Access to the K21 Ständehaus is at ground level and has no steps via the main entrance. A door opener is located to the right of the entrance.
1 disabled toilet is on the ground floor.
All levels of K21 Ständehaus can be reached barrier-free via an elevator
Audio guides are available for some exhibitions.
Für gehörlose und hörgeschädigte Besucher bietet die Kunstsammlung Führungen in Gebärdensprache an.
Für einzelne Ausstellungen stehen Audioguides in Leichter Sprache zur Verfügung.
Assistance dogs are aloowed
Die künstlerisch gestaltete Pardo Bar im EG ist barrierefrei zugänglich.
Visitors with walking difficulties can borrow a wheelchair or folding chair from the cloakroom free of charge for the duration of their stay in the art collection (if possible with prior registration at the visitor service).

The art collection offers guided tours in sign language for deaf and hearing-impaired visitors.

Audio guides are available for individual exhibitions, depending on the exhibition also in simple language.





Martin Noël – Otto Freundlich. Die Entdeckung der Moderne24.03.2024 - 25.08.2024
Vernissage: 24.03.2024 11:30 Uhr
Kartenlink
Kunstmuseum Villa Zanders
Di/Fr 14-18, Mi/Sa 10-18, Do 14-20, So/Fei 11-18 h
Konrad-Adenauer-Platz 8, 51465 Bergisch Gladbach
02202-142334, 142356


The Villa Zanders is a former industrial villa of the Zanders family, today only a few steps away from the train station, town hall and pedestrian zone. After completion of a renovation in the years 1986-1992, the museum regularly offers changing exhibitions on three floors and around 1500 square meters, mostly with contemporary art.

There are 3 public disabled parking spaces at the opposite Stadthaus (address: An der Gohrsmühle).

The Villa Zanders Art Museum is handicapped accessible and easily accessible for wheelchair users via a ramp (side entrance). All floors of the house are accessible via the elevator. A disabled toilet is located on the ground floor.

1 rental wheelchair is available. The dementia+art program is aimed at people with dementia and their relatives. A flyer will be sent with this offer.

In addition, tactile tours for the blind with objects made of bronze, stone and wood are offered.
There are 3 public disabled parking spaces at the opposite Stadthaus, street: An der Gohrsmühle.
Access to the museum for wheelchair users is via a ramp (side entrance).
All levels of the museum can be reached via the wheelchair-accessible elevator.
A disabled toilet is located on the ground floor.
The dementia+art program is aimed at people with dementia and their relatives. A flyer will be sent with this offer.
An assistance dog is allowed.
The dementia+art program is aimed at people with dementia and their relatives. A flyer will be sent with this offer. In addition, tactile tours for the blind with objects made of bronze, stone and wood are offered.





Schönheit & Verzückung: Jan Baegert und die Malerei des Mittelalters24.03.2024 - 23.06.2024
Kartenlink
Museum Kurhaus Kleve
Di-So 11-17 Uhr
Tiergartenstr. 41, 47533 Kleve
02821-75011


The Museum Kurhaus Kleve is housed in a long, three-part ensemble of former spa buildings from the 19th century. Access for wheelchair users is level and stepless via a side entrance. There is also a parking space here. (Address Tiergartengartenstr. 41, coming from Kleve, turn left before the pedestrian lights, part of the Beuys-Atelier building).

Disabled lockers are available in the entrance area.

1 disabled toilet is located in the cash desk area in the basement and can be reached barrier-free by elevator.

1 disabled toilet is located in the Beuys-Atelier part of the building in the basement and can also be reached barrier-free by elevator.

Folding stools and 1 wheelchair can be borrowed.

Audio guides are provided for special exhibitions.

Guided tours in simple language and workshops for different target groups are offered.

A listening carpet is used at openings.

The Café Moritz on the 1st floor can be reached barrier-free with the elevator.
There is parking near the barrier-free side entrance. Address Tiergartengartenstr. 41 from the direction of Kleve turn left before the pedestrian traffic light (part of the Beuys-Atelier building)
Access for wheelchair users is level and stepless via a side entrance. There is also a parking space here. (Address Tiergartengartenstr. 41 coming from Kleve, turn left at the pedestrian traffic lights, part of the Beuys-Atelier building).
1 disabled toilet is located in the checkout area in the basement and can be reached by elevator without barriers. 1 wheelchair-accessible toilet is located in the Beuys-Atelier part of the building in the basement and can also be reached barrier-free by elevator.
There are two barrier-free elevators that can be used to reach all levels of the museum and Café Moritz.
The lift provides barrier-free access to Cafe Moritz on the 1st floor.
Guided tours in easy-to-understand language are available on request.
A listening carpet is used at openings.
Assistance dogs are allowed.
Audio guides are provided for special exhibitions.
Folding stools and 1 wheelchair can be borrowed. Audio guides are provided for special exhibitions. Guided tours in simple language and workshops for different target groups are offered.





ZISTERZIENSERINNEN. Das Kloster Gravenhorst 1256 – 1808
Historische Präsentation – Geschichte hinterm Giebel
24.03.2024 - 08.09.2024
Kartenlink
DA, Kunsthaus Kloster Gravenhorst
Di-Sa 14-18, So/Fei 11-18 h
Klosterstr. 10, 48477 Hörstel
05459-914612


The DA, Kunsthaus Kloster Gravenhorst uses the more than 750-year-old complex of the Cistercian monastery Gravenhorst, which was almost completely reconstructed in 2004, for participatory art production and exhibition projects.

There is a marked parking space for people with disabilities (parking space size 310 x 400 cm) on the south side of the monastery grounds (drive from Friedrich-Wilhelm-Straße onto Waldstraße and turn right behind the monastery pond).

Step-free access at ground level is possible via the side entrance to the left of the stairs to the main entrance. The supervisory staff can be reached there via a bell. From there you can access the wheelchair-accessible elevator. The colleagues will be happy to help you access the individual exhibition areas.

There are 2 disabled toilets available. 1 sanitary room is located in the basement of the west wing under the exhibition hall, 1 sanitary room is located in the basement of the south wing, below the restaurant area. The public toilet for people with disabilities has handles that can be folded up on the left and right. The sink is wheelchair accessible. The mirror can be viewed while sitting or standing. There is also a cord as an alarm trigger.

The basement, exhibition hall, foyer area and upper floor can be reached via a wheelchair-accessible elevator with door widths greater than or equal to 90 cm.

The Café Klara in the south wing is at ground level and barrier-free accessible.

Guided tours for blind and visually impaired people are available on request. The tour The Dissolution of Seeing with Touch Tablets can also be booked on request.

For events in the large hall, there is an induction loop for people with hearing impairments.

Assistance dogs are allowed.

A total of 19 To Go folding chairs can be borrowed in the foyer. In the basement in the west wing there are 5 lockers suitable for the disabled.
There are 4 disabled parking spaces available in the public car park at Gravenhorst Monastery (Hoppen Garten car park). The journey is via Friedrich-Wilhelm-Strasse.
Step-free access at ground level is possible via the side entrance to the left of the stairs to the main entrance. Employees can be reached there via a bell.
The basement, exhibition hall, foyer area and upper floor can be reached via a wheelchair-accessible elevator with door widths greater than or equal to 90 cm.
There are 2 disabled toilets to disposal. 1 sanitary room is located in the basement of the west wing under the exhibition hall, 1 sanitary room is located in the basement of the south wing, below the restaurant area.
On request, guided tours for blind and visually impaired people are offered. The tour The Dissolution of Vision with tactile tablets can also be booked on request.
Assistance dogs are allowed.
The Café Klara in the south wing is at ground level and barrier-free accessible.
Bei Veranstaltungen im großen Saal gibt es für Menschen mit Hörbehinderung eine Induktionsschleife.
A total of 19 folding chairs to go can be borrowed in the foyer. In the basement in the west wing there are 5 lockers suitable for the disabled.





Zeiten und Räume. Klassiker der Sammlung. Von Ruisdael bis Giacometti24.03.2024 - 30.03.2025
Kartenlink
Von der Heydt-Museum
Di+Mi 11-18, Do+Fr 11-20, Sa+So 10-18 h
Turmhof 8, 42103 Wuppertal
0202-5636231


The Von der Heydt Museum is located in Wuppertal-Elberfeld. There are 2 public disabled parking spaces near the museum, address: Wall28/32. Access to the museum is via the wheelchair door next to the main entrance. There`s a bell here. Prior registration ensures a speedy process. Phone: 0202563-6231

The door widths in the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.

Barrier-free access to all levels of the museum by elevators.

A disabled toilet on the 1st floor. is barrier-free accessible by elevator.

The gastronomy on the ground floor is barrier-free accessible.

An assistance dog is allowed upon request.
In der Nähe des Museums befinden sich 2 öffentliche Behindertenparkplätze. Adresse: Wand 28/32
Der Zugang zum Museum erfolgt ebenerdig und stufenlos über die Rollstuhlfahrertür neben dem Haupteingang. Hier ist ein Klingel vorhanden.
Barrier-free access to all levels of the museum by elevators.
A disabled toilet on the 1st floor. is barrier-free accessible by elevator.
The gastronomy on the ground floor is barrier-free accessible
Guided tours for people with special needs are offered by arrangement.

There are folding stools (60) and 1 rental wheelchair available.
Assistance dogs are allowed upon request.





Neuerwerbungen Frühjahr 202425.03.2024 - 31.08.2024
Kartenlink
Galerie Ludorff
Di-Fr 10-18, Sa 11-14 h
Königsallee 22, 40212 Düsseldorf
0211-326566




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




Loni Liebermann – Langsame Bilder
Im Vorzimmer
05.04.2024 - 21.04.2024
Vernissage: 05.04.2024 19 Uhr
Kartenlink
Atelierhaus Aachen e.V.
Di-Fr 10-12 h u.n.V.
Talstraße 2, 52068 Aachen
0241-874527




Michaël Aerts, Christian Megert, Eva Rubinstein – Je suis05.04.2024 - 11.05.2024
Kartenlink
Galerie Clara Maria Sels
Di-Fr 12-18, Sa 12-15 h
Poststr. 3, 40213 Düsseldorf
0211-328020




Matthias Plenkmann, Jette Flügge, Nana Seeber, Stefan Schwarzer – von jedem: ein Baum
Druckgrafik und Zeichnung
05.04.2024 - 05.05.2024
Kartenlink
Kunstverein Duisburg e.V.
Do-Sa 17.30-20 h, u.n.V.
Weidenweg 10, 47059 Duisburg
0203-7187841




Jannika Frangen – Gardens of Babylon05.04.2024 - 21.04.2024
Kartenlink
Bloom
Mi 11-14, Fr/Sa 15-18 h
Birkenstr. 56, 40233 Düsseldorf
siehe Webseite




Monica Bonvicini06.04.2024 - 18.05.2024
Kartenlink
Galerie Gisela Capitain
Di-Fr 10-18, Sa 11-18 h
St.-Apern-Straße 20-26, 50667 Köln
0221-3557010




Nina Ahlers, Jürgen Meyer, Anita Oettershagen – Materialität / Abstraktion / Gegenstand06.04.2024 - 28.04.2024
Kartenlink
SITTart-Galerie im Künstler-Atelierhaus
Mi 10-13 h u.n.V.
Sittarder Str. 5, 40477 Düsseldorf
0211-4931818




Federkiel, Pergament und Buch
Winterrefektorium
06.04.2024 - 04.08.2024
Kartenlink
Abtei Brauweiler
Di-So 14-16 h
Ehrenfriedstr. 19, 50259 Pulheim
02234-98540




Nina Ahlers, Jürgen Meyer, Anita Oettershagen – Materialität / Abstraktion / Gegenstand06.04.2024 - 28.04.2024
Kartenlink
SITTart-Galerie im Künstler-Atelierhaus
Mi 10-13 h u.n.V.
Sittarder Str. 5, 40477 Düsseldorf
0211-4931818




Die Dinge ändern wie sie sind
Collection des amateurs – Einblicke in die Sammlung Roland Uphoff
07.04.2024 - 28.04.2024
Vernissage: 07.04.2024 11 Uhr
Kartenlink
Künstlerforum Bonn
Di-Fr 15-18, Sa 14-17, So 11-17 h
Hochstadenring 22-24, 53119 Bonn
0228-9695309




Monty Richthofen – Thank God God is dead07.04.2024 - 26.05.2024
Vernissage: 06.04.2024 19-23 Uhr
Kartenlink
NAK Neuer Aachener Kunstverein
Di-So 14-18 h
Passstraße 29, 52070 Aachen
0241-503255




Annette Wimmershoff – Von Rabaldo bis Outil de Chasse09.04.2024 - 23.06.2024
Kartenlink
Künstlerverein Malkasten
Öffnungszeiten siehe Website
Jacobistraße 6a, 40211 Düsseldorf
0211-356471




Speaking Soil
Borderland Residencies
10.04.2024 - 02.06.2024
Kartenlink
Sammlung Philara
Do 16-20 h u.n.V.
Birkenstraße 47, 40233 Düsseldorf
0211-24862721




Iris Hoppe – Occulux11.04.2024 - 07.05.2024
Vernissage: 11.04.2024 19 Uhr
Kartenlink
Moltkerei Werkstatt
Do-Sa 15-18 h u.n.V.
Moltkestr. 8, 50674 Köln
0221-7391994




Hermann Josef Mispelbaum11.04.2024 - 30.06.2024
Kartenlink
Suermondt-Ludwig-Museum
Di-Fr 15-18, Mi 12-20, Sa/So 11-18 h
Wilhelmstraße 18, 52070 Aachen
0241-479800


Since 1901 the Suermondt-Ludwig-Museum has been housed in the Villa Cassalette, which is a listed building.

The Apag multi-storey car park (Adalbertsteinweg 34) is located near the Suermondt-Ludwig-Museum and has 4 designated disabled parking spaces on the entrance level. Access to the museum is at ground level and stepless through the main entrance. If necessary, the door will be opened by the staff in the adjacent checkout area.

All levels of the museum can be reached barrier-free with lifts.

1 disabled toilet is located in the basement.

Folding stools can be borrowed, a reservation is recommended.

Audio guides are available on request.

Guided tours in easy-to-understand language are available on request. (Phone: 0241-432-4998, email: museumspaedagogik@mail.aachen.de)

Assistance dogs are allowed on request.
The Apag multi-storey car park (Adalbertsteinweg 34) with 4 designated disabled parking spaces on the entrance level is located nearby.
Access to the museum is at ground level and stepless through the main entrance. If necessary, the door will be opened by the staff in the adjacent checkout area.
1 disabled toilet is located in the basement.
All levels of the museum can be reached barrier-free with lifts.
Audio guides are available on request.
Guided tours in easy-to-understand language are available on request.
Assistance dogs are allowed on request.
Folding stools can be borrowed, reservations are recommended. Guided tours in easy-to-understand language are available on request.





Lynn Hershman Leeson – Are Our Eyes Targets?
Videos, Fotocollagen, interaktive Mixed-Media-Installationen
11.04.2024 - 02.02.2025
Vernissage: 09.04.2024 18-22 Uhr
Kartenlink
Julia Stoschek Collection
Sa 11-18 h n.V. (0211-58588414)
Schanzenstrasse 54, 40549 Düsseldorf
0211-5858840




Oskar Holweck ┃ 100th Birthday12.04.2024 - 25.05.2024
Vernissage: 12.04.2024 18-21 Uhr
Kartenlink
Galerie Martin Kudlek
Mi-Fr 12-18, Sa 12-16 h
Schaafenstraße 25, 50676 Köln
0221-729667




SHIFT + CTRL - A group show about artificial intelligence12.04.2024 - 18.05.2024
Vernissage: 30.11.-0001 1800
Kartenlink
Galerie Falko Alexander
Do-Sa 16-19 h
Venloerstr. 24, 50672 Köln
0179-5236295




Museum der Schatten12.04.2024 - 02.06.2024
Kartenlink
Museum für Gegenwartskunst Siegen
Di-So 11-18, Do 11-20 h
Unteres Schloss 1, 57072 Siegen
0271-4057710


The Museum of Contemporary Art Siegen has its headquarters in a centrally located building ensemble in which the old structure was combined with a new building. The old building, erected in 1894 as a telegraph office, was extended by a museum building facing the courtyard of the lower castle.

2 public disabled parking spaces are located about 20 meters from the museum.

The museum entrance is at ground level and there are no steps; all exhibition levels can be reached via the barrier-free elevator.

The door widths in the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.

1 disabled toilet, the disabled cloakroom and lockers are located on the ground floor.

Folding stools (10) can be borrowed.

Offers for people with dementia changes on request.

Workshops for young people with mental disabilities are held on request.

The brasserie "Ristorante e Piazza" offers Mediterranean specialties in the new building of the museum. Access is at ground level.
2 public disabled parking spaces are located about 20 meters from the museum.
Level, stepless access through the main entrance.
All levels of the museum are barrier-free accessible by elevator.
1 disabled toilet is on the ground floor.
The family-friendly brasserie "Ristorante e Piazza" offers Mediterranean specialties in the new building of the museum. Access is at ground level.
Folding stools (10) can be borrowed. Offers for people with dementia changes on request. Workshops for young people with mental disabilities on request.
The museum website can be accessed in plain language
Offers for people with dementia changes on request.





Anna von Borstel12.04.2024 - 12.05.2024
Kartenlink
GKK Kunstspektrum
Mo/Do 16-20, Sa 11-14 h
St.-Anton-Straße 90, 47798 Krefeld
02151-779037




Amanda van Hesteren. If All This Was Fiction: Films 2016–202313.04.2024 - 05.05.2024
Kartenlink
Kölnischer Kunstverein
Di-So 11-18 h
Hahnenstraße 6, 50667 Köln
0221-217021




Ana Carolina Fleming, Krystallia Sakellariou – spelrum i frirum13.04.2024 - 12.05.2024
Vernissage: 13.04.2024 20 Uhr
Kartenlink
plan.d. produzentengalerie
Sa/So 15-18 h u.n.V.
Dorotheenstraße 59, 40235 Düsseldorf
0211-7300257




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




Forthcoming. Spekulationen im urbanen Raum13.04.2024 - 04.08.2024
Kartenlink
K21 Ständehaus
Di-Fr 10-18, Sa/So/Fei 11-18, 1.Mi. im Monat 10-22 h
Ständehausstrasse 1, 40217 Düsseldorf
0211-838166


The art collection of North Rhine-Westphalia is housed in three buildings. K20 Grabbeplatz and K21 Ständehaus are generally barrier-free. Due to the special architecture, the Schmela house is not barrier-free.

2 disabled parking spaces for K21 Standehaus are located in front of the building. Access to the K21 Ständehaus is at ground level and has no steps via the main entrance.

A door opener is located to the right of the entrance.

All levels of the K21 Ständehaus can be reached barrier-free via a lift.

1 disabled toilet is on the ground floor, as well as a disabled cloakroom with low lockers. All door widths in K21 Ständehaus are suitable for wheelchairs.

Visitors with walking difficulties can borrow a wheelchair or folding chair from the cloakroom free of charge for the duration of their stay in the art collection (if possible with prior registration at the visitor service).

Audio guides are available for individual exhibitions, depending on the exhibition also in simple language.

The art collection offers guided tours in sign language for deaf and hearing-impaired visitors.

Information on guided tours and educational offers is available from the visitor service on Tel.: 0211-8381204, Email:service@kunstsammlung.de.

The artistically designed Pardo Bar on the ground floor is barrier-free.

An assistance dog is allowed.

2 disabled parking spaces are available in the closed interior area next to the building. There is an intercom in the Elisbethstraße 5 area, the barrier is opened by the control center on request.
Access to the K21 Ständehaus is at ground level and has no steps via the main entrance. A door opener is located to the right of the entrance.
1 disabled toilet is on the ground floor.
All levels of K21 Ständehaus can be reached barrier-free via an elevator
Audio guides are available for some exhibitions.
Für gehörlose und hörgeschädigte Besucher bietet die Kunstsammlung Führungen in Gebärdensprache an.
Für einzelne Ausstellungen stehen Audioguides in Leichter Sprache zur Verfügung.
Assistance dogs are aloowed
Die künstlerisch gestaltete Pardo Bar im EG ist barrierefrei zugänglich.
Visitors with walking difficulties can borrow a wheelchair or folding chair from the cloakroom free of charge for the duration of their stay in the art collection (if possible with prior registration at the visitor service).

The art collection offers guided tours in sign language for deaf and hearing-impaired visitors.

Audio guides are available for individual exhibitions, depending on the exhibition also in simple language.





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




Der offene Kreis. 30 Jahre Verein der Freundinnen und Freunde des Mittelrhein-Museums und Ludwig Museums zu Koblenz e.V. 13.04.2024 - 08.09.2024
Kartenlink
Mittelrhein Museum Koblenz
Di-So 10-18 h
Zentralplatz 1, 56068 Koblenz
0261-1292520


The museum is located on the central square in the cultural building Forum Confluentes. The city library, the Romanticum and the tourist information center are also housed in the culture building. Designated disabled parking spaces can be found in the multi-storey car park of the neighboring Forum Mittelrhein, entrance via Luisenstraße and in the Schängelcenter in Clemensstraße, entrance via Gymnasialstrasse. You will find further designated disabled parking spaces on Schlossstraße, not far from the museum.

The museum can be reached at ground level. Our entrance is stepless and wheelchair accessible.

A designated wheelchair-accessible toilet is located in the exhibition on the first floor and also in the basement of the culture building in the central toilet facility. There are lockers in the foyer of the museum and in the basement of the culture building.

The museum is equipped with a wheelchair and a walker, which can be borrowed from the ticket office for a deposit. Folding chairs are available, which can also be taken into the exhibitions if required.


In the exhibitions there are comfortable seats and light, portable folding stools to borrow at individual points.

Over 100 audio guides are available.

There is an inductive audio system at the cash desk/information desk and in event room 2.

Guided tours for people with cognitive impairments are available on request. The contact person is Mr. Pister. Email: info@mittelrhein-musuem.de
The museum is located on the central square in the cultural building. Designated disabled parking spaces can be found in the Forum Mittelrhein multi-storey car park, entrance via Luisenstraße and in the Schängelcenter in Clemensstraße, entrance via Gymnasialstrasse. You will find further designated disabled parking spaces on Schlossstraße, not far from the museum.
The museum can be reached at ground level. The entrance is stepless and wheelchair accessible.
The exhibitions are on the first floor and in the basement of the building. Both exhibitions can be reached via a wheelchair-accessible elevator. Access to all exhibitions is guaranteed.
A designated wheelchair-accessible toilet is located in the exhibition on the first floor and also in the basement of the culture building in the central toilet facility.
Over 100 audio guides are available.
There is an inductive audio system at the cash desk/information desk and in event room 2.
Guided tours for people with cognitive impairments are available on request. The contact person is Mr. Pister at info@mittelrhein-musuem.de
The museum is equipped with a wheelchair and a walker, which can be borrowed from the ticket office for a deposit. Folding chairs are available, which can also be taken into the exhibitions if required.

In the exhibitions there are comfortable seats and light, portable folding stools to borrow at individual points.

There are lockers in the foyer of the museum and in the basement of the culture building.
Assistance dogs are allowed.





Christian Deckert – Lichtspielgelände
Bilder und Projektionen
14.04.2024 - 22.05.2024
Vernissage: 14.04.2024 14-18 Uhr
Kartenlink
Galerie Peter Tedden
Mi-Fr 15-19, Sa 10-14 h u.n.V.
Mutter-Ey-Str. 5, 40213 Düsseldorf
0177-6717467




ZEICHNUNG
Gruppenausstellung
14.04.2024 - 12.05.2024
Vernissage: 14.04.2024 11 Uhr
Kartenlink
Kunsthaus Troisdorf
Sa 15-18, So 11-14 h u.n.V.
Mülheimer Straße 23, 53840 Troisdorf
02241-900460




Erin Calla Watson – Laddy Daddy Dah14.04.2024 - 18.05.2024
Kartenlink
Rinde am Rhein
Siehe Webseite
Kreuzstraße 49, 40210 Düsseldorf
0179-69185818




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.





Bankgeheimnisse
Rund 170 Arbeiten von international renommierten Fotograf_innen
14.04.2024 - 16.06.2024
Vernissage: 14.04.2024 12 Uhr
Kartenlink
KuK Kunst- und Kulturzentrum
Di-Fr 14-17, Sa/So. 11-17 h
Austraße 9, 52156 Monschau
02472-803194




Arbeitsgemeinschaft Siegener Künstlerinnen und Künstler
Ausstellung des HAGENRING e.V. im Jubiläumsjahr 2024
14.04.2024 - 26.05.2024
Kartenlink
HAGENRING Galerie
Di-Fr 17-19, So 11-13 h
Eilper Strasse 71-75, 58091 Hagen
02331-28779




Andrea Zang
Malerei
14.04.2024 - 05.05.2024
Kartenlink
Kunstverein Region Heinsberg
Sa 15-18, So 11-17 h u.n.V.
Horster Hof 1, 52525 Heinsberg
02452-65598




Es gibt kein Wort… Annäherungen an ein Gefühl
Gruppenausstellung zum Thema Heimat
14.04.2024 - 25.08.2024
Vernissage: 14.04.2024 15 Uhr
Kartenlink
Museum Morsbroich Leverkusen
Di 11-21, Mi-So 11-17 h
Gustav-Heinemann-Str. 80, 51377 Leverkusen
0214-855560


In January 1951, the Museum Morsbroich was opened as the first newly founded museum for contemporary art in the Federal Republic of Germany. It is housed in the historic building of Morsbroich Castle, a former Commandery of the Teutonic Order.

There are 3 disabled parking spaces available. Access to the Museum Morsbroich is level and stepless via a side entrance on the left side of the building. At the bottom of the stairs on the left there is a bell that you can use to call the staff. The staff will escort you to the elevator. All levels of the museum can be reached barrier-free by elevator.

The rooms of the museum education are located in the left side building of the castle and are accessible at ground level.

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

Folding stools (40) and a wheelchair for hire are available.

Guided tours in plain language are organized on request. Contact: Angela Hoogstraaten, phone: 0214-85556-15, email: angela.hoogstraten@museum-morsbroich.de

The restaurant can be reached at ground level and without steps. There is 1 disabled toilet in the restaurant. On request, disabled people or wheelchair users can park directly in front of the restaurant. Registration under Tel: 0214-96004564
There are 3 disabled parking spaces available.
Access to the Museum Morsbroich is level and stepless via a side entrance on the left side of the building. At the bottom of the stairs on the left there is a bell that you can use to call the staff. The staff will escort you to the elevator. The rooms of the museum education are located in the left side building of the castle and are accessible at ground level.
1 disabled toilet is located in the basement and can be reached barrier-free with the elevator.
All levels of the museum can be reached barrier-free by elevator.
Guided tours in plain language are organized on request.
Contact: Angela Hoogstraaten, phone: 0214-85556-15, email: angela.hoogstraten@museum-morsbroich.de
The restaurant can be reached at ground level and without steps. There is a disabled toilet in the restaurant. On request, disabled people or wheelchair users can park directly in front of the restaurant. Registration under Tel: 0214-96004564.
Folding stools (40) and a wheelchair for hire are available. Guided tours in plain language are organized on request. Contact: Angela Hoogstraaten, phone: 0214-85556-15, email: angela.hoogstraten@museum-morsbroich.de





Jana Kerima Stolzer, Lex Rütten. technical gardens - rising from the ruin14.04.2024 - 12.05.2024
Vernissage: 13.04.2024 19:30 Uhr
Kartenlink
MMIII Kunstverein Mönchengladbach e.V.
So 11-14 h u.n.V.
Rudolf Boetzelen Silo, Künkelstr. 125, 41063 Mönchengladbach
0163-4233930




Neuss 1474
Die Belagerung durch Karl den Kühnen
14.04.2024 - 29.09.2024
Kartenlink
Clemens Sels Museum Neuss
Di-Sa 11-17, So/Fei 11-18 h
Am Obertor, 41460 Neuss
02131-904141


The Clemens Sels Museum is located in two connected buildings, the Obertor and the Deilmannbau, which was built in 1975 and was reopened in 2015 after extensive renovation work.

Wheelchair users can use a ramp to reach the ground-level, step-free main entrance in the Deilmann building.

The exhibition on the medieval town history of Neuss, which is presented in the Obertor, is not accessible to wheelchair users.

The door widths in the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.

1 disabled toilet is located in the Obertor and can be reached via the wheelchair lift.

The gastronomy is barrier-free accessible.

There are 20 audio guides available for permanent collection in German and English. The devices have a large keyboard with large numbers and Braille as well as touch screens.

The tours are available in simple language for children and adults on an audio guide.

1 wheelchair can be borrowed.

Folding stools are available for free use on the floors.

Courses are offered for people with dementia changes. Guided tours in plain language can be booked.

An assistance dog is allowe
A ramp leads to the main entrance in the Deilmann building
A wheelchair elevator is available.
1 disabled toilet is located in the Obertor and can be reached via the wheelchair lift.
The gastronomy in the museum is barrier-free accessible.
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The museum website can be accessed in Easy Sporache.

The tours are available in simple language for children and adults on an audio guide.

Guided tours in plain language can be booked.
Audio guides are available for permanent collection with Braille keys and extra large numbers for the visually impaired.
A video guide with sign language is available on the museum website or can be borrowed on site free of charge at the museum ticket office. (total running time approx. 40 min.)
There are 20 audio guides available for permanent collection in German and English. The devices have a large keyboard with large numbers and Braille as well as touch screens. The tours are available in simple language for children and adults on one device.
An assistance dog is allowed.
Es werden Kurse für Menschen mit demenziellen Veränderungen angeboten.
Es werden Kurse für Menschen mit demenziellen Veränderungen angeboten.

1 Rollstuhl kann ausgeliehen werden.

Auf den Etagen stehen Klapphocker zur freien Nutzung zur Verfügung





Jurriaan Molenaar – BAUHAUS + GRAUHAUS20.04.2024 - 25.05.2024
Vernissage: 19.04.2024 19-22 Uhr
Kartenlink
Galerie Voss
Di-Fr 10-18, Sa 11-14 h u.n.V.
Mühlengasse 3, 40213 Düsseldorf
0211-134982




Jay Gard20.04.2024 - 18.05.2024
Kartenlink
Grölle passprojects
Mi+Do 17-20, Fr 17-19, Sa 13-16 h
Friedrich-Ebert-Str. 143 e, 42117 Wuppertal
0173-2611115




Kiki Smith – Verwobene Welten21.04.2024 - 20.10.2024
Kartenlink
Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck
Di-So/Fei 11-18 h
Hans-Arp-Allee 1, 53424 Remagen
02228-94250


The Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck uses the historic station building and the modern museum building designed by the American architect Richard Meier. Both buildings are connected by a spectacular tunnel and the subsequent elevator tower.

There are 2 designated disabled parking spaces in front of the main entrance to the museum.

To get there, turn right behind the museum car park up the hill (direction Wildpark Rolandseck), then turn right in front of the station building.

Access to the museum is at ground level and stepless. Disabled-accessible cloakrooms/lockers are available in the foyer. 1 disabled toilet is located in the historic station and in the new building.

Folding stools (100) and 1 wheelchair can be borrowed at the cash desk.

Audio guides (80) are available.

For people with hearing impairments who would like to take part in a public tour, hearing amplifiers (80) are available by prior arrangement.

Guided tours and workshops are offered for people with psychological or mental disabilities and for people with dementia.

Tours in sign language and tours for people with hearing impairments can be booked.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request.

The gastronomy in the historic train station is barrier-free accessible via the elevator from the foyer.
There are 2 designated disabled parking spaces in front of the main entrance to the museum. To get there, turn right behind the museum car park up the hill (direction Wildpark Rolandseck), then turn right in front of the station building.
From the handicapped parking space you can reach the foyer via a level, step-free access.
There is one disabled toilet each in the historic station and in the new building.
All levels of the museum can be reached barrier-free with the elevator. By train from Koblenz/Remagen
Coming, you will find a barrier-free elevator in the brown clad building in the direction of travel at the far end of the platform.
The gastronomy in the historic train station is barrier-free accessible via the elevator from the foyer.
Guided tours are conducted in sign language upon request
For people with hearing impairments who would like to take part in a public tour, hearing amplifiers (80) are available by prior arrangement and can be borrowed at the cash desk.
80 audio guides are available.
Folding stools (100) and 1 wheelchair can be borrowed at the cash desk. Audio guides (80) are available. For people with hearing impairments who would like to take part in a public tour, hearing amplifiers (80) are available by prior arrangement and can be borrowed at the cash desk.

Specially tailored tours and workshops are offered for people with psychological or mental disabilities and for people with dementia.

Guided tours in sign language and special tours for people with hearing impairments can be booked.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are available on request.

All mediation offers can also be booked as integrative tours or workshops for people with and without disabilities.





KP Kremer: vivace
Künstlerbücher, Hefte, Malerei, Collagen, Druckgrafik
21.04.2024 - 16.06.2024
Kartenlink
Bilderbuchmuseum Burg Wissem
Di-So 11-17 h
Burgallee 1, 53840 Troisdorf
02241-8841421


The picture book museum Burg Wissem is located in a listed historic castle complex with components from three eras.

There are 2 disabled parking spaces on Burgallee in front of the Burgtor. Access to the museum for wheelchair users is via a lifting platform installed to the left of the entrance stairs, which is operated by the staff. There is a bell here.

All levels in the building can be reached with an elevator. A disabled toilet is located on the 2nd floor. To use the elevator, please report to the cash desk.

Disabled cloakroom/lockers are located in the foyer.

The gastronomy is barrier-free accessible.

Assistance dogs are allowed after registration at reception.

Guided tours in plain language are available on request.

Depending on the exhibition, tactile objects are available.
There are 2 disabled parking spaces on Burgallee in front of the Burgtor.
Access to the museum for wheelchair users is via a lifting platform installed to the left of the entrance stairs, which is operated by the staff. There is a bell here. All levels in the building can be reached with an elevator. Cabin interior dimensions: D 130 cm x W 100 cm. To use the elevator, please report to the cash desk.
A toilet suitable for wheelchairs is on the 2nd floor and can be reached by elevator. To use the elevator, please report to the cash desk.
The "Caffé dell Arte" in the courtyard is at ground level and barrier-free.
Guided tours in simple language possible on request
Assistance dog allowed after registration at reception
Tactile objects are available at some exhibitions.
Guided tours in simple language possible on request. Tactile objects are often available in the hands-on exhibitions.





Gudrun Kemsa25.04.2024 - 25.05.2024
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




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




neanderland ART26.04.2024 - 14.07.2024
Kartenlink
Museum Ratingen
Di-Fr 13-18, Sa/So 11-18 h
Peter-Brüning-Platz 1, 40878 Ratingen
02102-5504180


The Ratingen Museum houses the municipal collection of modern art, the Johann Peter Melchior Collection and the cultural and historical exhibition on the history and development of Ratingen. Special exhibitions supplement the permanent presentations. Together with the media center, the museum has its own parking garage. There are two designated disabled parking spaces.

The running time from there to the museum is about 7 minutes. Access for wheelchair users is at ground level and stepless via the side entrance to the administration. There is a bell here that says "Museum".

The door widths in the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.

A wheelchair elevator in the museum can be used on request.

A wheelchair-accessible toilet in the basement can be reached barrier-free via the wheelchair elevator.

The museum café in the foyer is barrier-free.

Folding stools, 1 wheelchair and magnifying glasses can be borrowed.

Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are offered.

Tactile objects are available.

Guided tours in plain language and in sign language are organized on request.

An assistance dog is allowed.
Together with the media center, the museum has its own parking garage. There are two designated disabled parking spaces. The walking time from there to the museum is 7 minutes.
Access to the museum for wheelchair users is at ground level and stepless via the side entrance to the administration. There is a bell here that says "Museum". The door widths in the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.
A wheelchair lift can be used on request.
A wheelchair-accessible toilet in the basement can be reached barrier-free via the wheelchair elevator.
The museum café in the foyer is barrier-free.
Guided tours are offered for the blind and visually impaired. Tactile objects are available.
Guided tours are conducted in sign language upon request.
Guided tours in easy-to-understand language are available on request.
An assistance dog is allowed.
Folding stools, a wheelchair and magnifying glasses can be borrowed. Guided tours and workshops are offered for different target groups.





Joshua Zielinski
Bildhauerei
26.04.2024 - 18.05.2024
Kartenlink
Brühler Kunstverein
Mi-So 15-17 h während der Ausstellungen
Clemens-August-Straße 24, 50321 Brühl
02232-925384




Drei Hubwagen und ein Blatt Papier: Die Edition Block (1966-2022) 26.04.2024 - 08.09.2024
Kartenlink
Museum Kurhaus Kleve
Di-So 11-17 Uhr
Tiergartenstr. 41, 47533 Kleve
02821-75011


The Museum Kurhaus Kleve is housed in a long, three-part ensemble of former spa buildings from the 19th century. Access for wheelchair users is level and stepless via a side entrance. There is also a parking space here. (Address Tiergartengartenstr. 41, coming from Kleve, turn left before the pedestrian lights, part of the Beuys-Atelier building).

Disabled lockers are available in the entrance area.

1 disabled toilet is located in the cash desk area in the basement and can be reached barrier-free by elevator.

1 disabled toilet is located in the Beuys-Atelier part of the building in the basement and can also be reached barrier-free by elevator.

Folding stools and 1 wheelchair can be borrowed.

Audio guides are provided for special exhibitions.

Guided tours in simple language and workshops for different target groups are offered.

A listening carpet is used at openings.

The Café Moritz on the 1st floor can be reached barrier-free with the elevator.
There is parking near the barrier-free side entrance. Address Tiergartengartenstr. 41 from the direction of Kleve turn left before the pedestrian traffic light (part of the Beuys-Atelier building)
Access for wheelchair users is level and stepless via a side entrance. There is also a parking space here. (Address Tiergartengartenstr. 41 coming from Kleve, turn left at the pedestrian traffic lights, part of the Beuys-Atelier building).
1 disabled toilet is located in the checkout area in the basement and can be reached by elevator without barriers. 1 wheelchair-accessible toilet is located in the Beuys-Atelier part of the building in the basement and can also be reached barrier-free by elevator.
There are two barrier-free elevators that can be used to reach all levels of the museum and Café Moritz.
The lift provides barrier-free access to Cafe Moritz on the 1st floor.
Guided tours in easy-to-understand language are available on request.
A listening carpet is used at openings.
Assistance dogs are allowed.
Audio guides are provided for special exhibitions.
Folding stools and 1 wheelchair can be borrowed. Audio guides are provided for special exhibitions. Guided tours in simple language and workshops for different target groups are offered.





Dirk Krüll – Das Grenzland
Eine Expedition an die Ränder, dort wo die Ballung zerfällt
27.04.2024 - 02.06.2024
Vernissage: 26.03.2024 11 UHr
Kartenlink
Städtische Galerie im Park
Di,Mi,Fr,Sa 15-18, Do 15-20, So & Fei 11-18 h
Rathauspark 1, 41747 Viersen
02162-101160


There are 4 disabled parking spaces in front of the house.

To the right of the main entrance there is a level and step-free side entrance. Here you can call the supervisory staff with a bell.

The elevator is suitable for wheelchairs and allows barrier-free access to all floors. All door widths in the house are suitable for wheelchair users.

1 disabled toilet is located in the basement. There are also handicapped accessible cloakrooms/lockers.

All door widths in the house are suitable for wheelchair users. Media tables can be approached and operated with wheelchairs. Lightweight mobile chairs are available.


Assistance dogs are allowed.
There are 4 disabled parking spaces in front of the buidling.
To the right of the main entrance there is a level and step-free side entrance. Here you can call the supervisory staff with a bell.
The elevator is suitable for wheelchairs and allows barrier-free access to all floors. All door widths in the house are suitable for wheelchair users. Media tables can be approached and operated with wheelchairs.
1 disabled toilet is located in the basement. There are also handicapped accessible cloakrooms/lockers.
Assistance dogs are allowed.
All door widths in the house are suitable for wheelchair users. Media tables can be approached and operated with wheelchairs. Lightweight mobile chairs are available.





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





DIE KLEINE27.04.2024 - 26.05.2024
Kartenlink
Kunstpalast
Di-So 11-18, Do 11-21 h
Ehrenhof 4-5, 40479 Düsseldorf
0211-56642100


The Kunstpalast is located in two parts of the main courtyard. International temporary exhibitions are shown in the exhibition wing (0st). The Kemp Collection is also on display on the ground floor. The 2nd floor of the collection wing (west) also houses the 19th and 20th centuries as well as highlights from the collection. The collection wing houses the Hentrich Glass Museum (ground floor), the museum studio (ground floor), the graphic cabinet (ground floor), the 20th and 21st century collections (1st floor), the 11th - 16th century collections (1st floor ), as well as the 16th & 17th century collections (1st floor) and the Rubens Gallery (1st floor)

There are 2 designated disabled parking spaces inside. The entrance is via Brüderstrasse.

Access to the museum is at ground level in both parts of the building via a signposted side entrance. There is a bell or a door opener here. West side entrance, door width 120 cm, East side entrance, door width 80 cm. The wheelchair elevator takes you to the ground floor of the exhibition wing and the collection wing.


Disabled toilets are located on the ground floor of both parts of the building.
In both parts of the museum, all levels can be reached barrier-free with the elevators.

The museum cafe on the 1st floor of the exhibition wing can be reached barrier-free by elevator.

Audio guides are available for the collection and large temporary exhibitions.

Folding stools and 2 rental wheelchairs are available.

Events for special needs schools are possible by arrangement. Contact: bildung@smkp.de, Tel.: 0211-566160.

An assistance dog is allowed.
There are 2 designated disabled parking spaces inside. The entrance is via Brüderstrasse.
Access to the museum is at ground level in both parts of the building via a side entrance. There is a bell or a door opener here. The wheelchair elevator then takes you to the ground floor. The side entrances are signposted. West side entrance, door width 120 cm, East side entrance, door width 80 cm.
Disabled toilets are located on the ground floor of both parts of the building.
In both parts of the museum, all levels can be reached barrier-free with the elevators.
The museum cafe on the 1st floor can be reached barrier-free by elevator.
On fixed dates, these tours are accompanied by a sign language interpreter. A place in one of these tandem tours costs €5 plus the respective entrance fee.
Folding stools and 2 rental wheelchairs are available.

Events for special needs schools are possible by arrangement. Tel.: 0211-566160
Audio guides are available for the collection and large temporary exhibitions. Information on this can be found on the information pages of the individual exhibitions.
Assistance dogs are allowed.





Carlos Carima, Olivier Mboma, Safiya Yon – Rules of Regulation27.04.2024 - 02.06.2024
Kartenlink
Neuer Kunstverein Wuppertal
Mi-Fr 17-20, Sa/So/Fei 15-18 h
Hofaue 51, 42103 Wuppertal
0202-2954076




DIE VERHÄLTNISSE ZUM TANZEN BRINGEN: 50 Jahre Kemnade International27.04.2024 - 08.09.2024
Kartenlink
Kunstmuseum Bochum
Di - So 10-17, Mi 10-20 h
Kortumstr. 147, 44777 Bochum
0234-9104230


The Bochum Art Museum was founded in 1960 as a municipal art gallery for art after 1945 and is housed in the historic Villa Marckhoff. In 1983, a cubic extension was built by the Danish architects Bo and Wohlert.

Access to the museum is via a flat ramp that leads to the main entrance at ground level. A doorbell is available. The door will be opened by the cashier.

A disabled-accessible cloakroom/lockers are located in the entrance area.

1 disabled toilet is on the ground floor.

The door widths throughout the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.

Folding stools (30) are available on request.

Guided tours in simple language as well as tours for the blind/visually impaired are offered.

Tactile objects are available upon request.

Special offers such as "I`ll give you a moment" are being developed for people with dementia. Workshops are held on request. Information on art mediation: Tel.: 0234 - 910 4225, Email: kunstvermittlung@bochum.de.

The cafeteria in the entrance area is barrier-free.

Assistance dogs are allowed.
Access is via a flat ramp leading to the main entrance at ground level. There is a doorbell here. The door will be opened by the cashier. The door widths throughout the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.
1 disabled toilet is on the ground floor.
The 1st and 2nd floor of the museum can be reached via a central ramp or by elevator. The elevator is operated by the staff. The door widths throughout the museum are suitable for wheelchairs.
The cafeteria in the entrance area is barrier-free.
Guided tours for the blind/visually impaired are offered. Tactile objects are available upon request.
Guided tours are offered in plain language.
Assistance dogs are allowed.
Folding stools (30) are available on request.

Guided tours are offered in plain language and for the blind/visually impaired.

Tactile objects are available upon request. Special offers such as "I`ll give you a moment" are being developed for people with dementia. Workshops are held on request. Information on art mediation: Tel.: 0234 - 910 4225, Email: kunstvermittlung@bochum.de.





Rota Blanck (1940-2011)
Ausgewählte Arbeiten aus dem Nachlass der Künstlerin
28.04.2024 - 01.09.2024
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Museum Boppard
Di-Fr 10-17, Sa/So/Fei 11-18 Uhr
Burgplatz 2, 56154 Boppard
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