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EXHIBITIONS in Koblenz


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.





KÜNSTLERINNEN l Leben. Werke l Koblenz 1850 – 200018.05.2024 - 15.09.2024
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.





Reflections: Positionen aus der Sammlung der National-Bank29.06.2024 - 08.09.2024
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.





Arne Quinze – Secret Beauty22.09.2024 - 24.11.2024
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.





Traumlandschaft – Alptraum Landschaft
Künstlerische Positionen in der Landschaftsmalerei aus den letzten 25 Jahren
12.10.2024 - 09.03.2025
Vernissage: 11.10.2024 19 Uhr
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.





Tan Ping – Body of Abstraction01.12.2024 - 26.01.2025
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.