MUSEUM AM STROM - HILDEGARD VON BINGEN

 

Museum am Strom - Hildegard von Bingen
Museum am Strom - Hildegard von Bingen

1,00 € discount on the entrance fee to the museum.

No, Taler can only be used here.

Museum am Strom - Hildegard von Bingen
Museumsstar. 3
D-55411 Bingen
Phone: +49 26721 184-353
Fax: +49 26721 184-359
E-mail: museum-am-strom(at)bingen.de
Web: www.bingen.de/en/culture/museum-am-strom

Tuesday - Sunday: 10:00 - 17:00

Monday closed

Adults / reduced5,00 EUR / 3,00 EUR
Children, young people, trainees and studentsFree admission
Family ticket10,00 EUR
Group discount per person from 10 persons3,00 EUR
  
Group tours for up to 25 people by appointment only
(1 hour)*
60,00 EUR
  
Combined guided tour of the museum & garden
(1,5 hours) *
70,00 EUR
Combined guided tour Museum & Villa am Rupertsberg
(approx. 2 ¼ hours) *
90,00 EUR
Additional surcharge for guided tours in foreign
languages *
+10,00 EUR
Public guided tours1,50 EUR
  
Guided tour for school classes (1 hour)40,00 EUR
Museum education programme for schools,
children's groups and children's birthday parties (+ materials)
45,00 EUR

Museum am Strom - Hildegard von Bingen
Museumsstar. 3
D-55411 Bingen
Phone: +49 26721 184-353
Fax: +49 26721 184-359
E-mail: museum-am-strom(at)bingen.de
Web: www.bingen.de/en/culture/museum-am-strom

Due to its location at the entrance to the "Romantic Rhine Valley" World Heritage Site, the Historical Museum on the Rhine - Hildegard von Bingen is the perfect place to bring 2000 years of culture and history to life: From the museum entrance directly on the Rhine, you can see the Mäuseturm, Niederwalddenkmal and Ehrenfels ruins. The Rhein-Nahe-Eck and the landing stages are just a few steps away. The building itself, a listed former power station from 1898, with its historicising architecture is an expression of both late Romanticism and the belief in progress of the Gründerzeit and provides a fascinating backdrop for the exhibitions.

The Historisches Museum am Strom - Hildegard von Bingen comprises four permanent sections: The large exhibition on Hildegard of Bingen can be seen in the former machine hall with its spacious gallery. The "Bingen medical cutlery", unique in the world, is housed in an individually designed columned architecture like a treasure chamber. The Rhine Romanticism section brings the 19th century enthusiasm for the Rhine to life in historic salons and gallery rooms. A permanent exhibition on the history of Bingen from its beginnings to the present day has been gradually installed since 2002. Special exhibitions on regional and Middle Rhine cultural history round off the programme.

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