AUGUST MACKE HAUS

 

August Macke Haus
August Macke Haus

Discount on the entrance fee to the museum.

No, Rhine Valley can only be used here.

Museum August Macke Haus
Hochstadenring 36
D-53119 Bonn
Tel.: +49 228 655531
Phone: +49 228 691550
E-mail: buero(at)august-macke-haus.de
Web: www.august-macke-haus.de

Thursday 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m
Friday / Saturday / Sunday 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m

The house will be closed on December 24th, 25th and New Year's Day.

From December 26th to 31st we are open from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.,
Thursday, December 28th also until 7 p.m..

Adults / reduced10,00 EUR / 7,00 EUR
Family ticket20,00 EUR
Children up to 6 yearsEnter free
Student groups up to 18 years old, per person3,00 EUR
Groups of 10 people or more, per person / reduced8,00 EUR / 5,00 EUR
Every Thursday (except public holidays) from 5:00 p.m
Happy hour per person
4,00 EUR


Discount* for schoolchildren, trainees, students, severely disabled people, unemployed people, citizens with a Bonn ID card, volunteers, Bonn Culture Card, Bonn Welcome Card, artCard (for subscribers to the art art magazine)

Free entry* for children up to 6 years, August Macke Haus e. V., accompanying persons, German Museum Association, ICOM, German Association for Art History, NRW Foundation, press, birthday children

* Reduced and free admission upon presentation of appropriate official documents or membership cards

  • Photo © Petra Kiby-Menzer
    - August Macke „Woman in the garden"

Museum August Macke Haus
Hochstadenring 36
D-53119 Bonn
Tel.: +49 228 655531
Phone: +49 228 691550
E-mail: buero(at)august-macke-haus.de
Web: www.august-macke-haus.de

In the August Macke Haus you can see, among other things, continuous exhibitions on topics related to Rhenish Expressionism, which are documented in a series of publications published by the August Macke Haus association.

The former home and studio of the expressionist painter August Macke (1887 - 1914), who is one of the world's most renowned German artists of the early 20th century, has been open since 1991 as a museum, exhibition center and research center on Rhenish Expressionism.

While original works by August Macke and the Rhenish Expressionists can be seen in the studio and its adjoining rooms today, temporary exhibitions on August Macke and his artistic environment are shown on two floors of the house, which are accompanied by a rich supporting program with guided tours, lectures and readings and museum educational offerings.

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