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EXHIBITIONS in Bedburg-Hau


Drei Hubwagen und ein Blatt Papier
Die Edition Block 1966–2022
23.03.2024 - 18.08.2024
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
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.