Culture in the Rhineland


Use your admission ticket to discover the art treasures of two other art museums in the Rhineland – within four weeks free of charge.

“Three cities – three cultural centers: the Rhineland features one of the greatest concentrations of culture worldwide.” With these words, Hans-Georg Lohe, the mayor’s Advisor on Cultural Affairs, characterizes the basis for a recently implemented cooperation.

Anyone holding a ticket to the Museum Kunstpalast in Düsseldorf, the Kunstmuseum Bonn, or the Wallraf-Richartz-Museum in Cologne can present it in order to visit the other two institutions free of charge. This benefit is available during the four weeks following acquisition of the ticket (with the exception of annual tickets).


Kunstmuseum Bonn


Foto: Friedhelm Schulz

With one of the most important collections internationally of German art after 1945, the collecting profile of the Kunstmuseum Bonn is unique nationally. Found here as well is arguably the largest collection of works by August Macke and the Expressionists of the Rhineland, as well as a comprehensive collection of multiples by Joseph Beuys, collection of graphics and photographs, and a video center. Around a dozen international temporary exhibitions annually supplement continuously new presentations of the permanent collection.

www.kunstmuseum-bonn.de


Wallraf-Richartz-Museum & Fondation Corboud


Foto: Wallraf-Richartz-Museum

With one of the most important collections internationally of German art after 1945, the collecting profile of the Kunstmuseum Bonn is unique nationally. Found here as well is arguably the largest collection of works by August Macke and the Expressionists of the Rhineland, as well as a comprehensive collection of multiples by Joseph Beuys, collection of graphics and photographs, and a video center. Around a dozen international temporary exhibitions annually supplement continuously new presentations of the permanent collection.

http://www.wallraf.museum


Kunstpalast


© Kunstpalast

A selection of 450 artworks ranging from the Middle Ages to the present exemplifies the range of the collection of the Museum Kunstpalast. Special highlights include the Rubens gallery, the ZERO Light Room, and the greatest collection worldwide of works by the Düsseldorf School of painters. Additional highpoints include the Hentrich Glass Museum and the graphics collection, whose 80,000 sheets makes it comparable to that of the Musée du Louvre in Paris.

Kunstpalast


Municipal museums


The municipal museums of the three cities also have a cooperative agreement allowing holders of a ticket to any of the three to visit the other two within four weeks without additional charge.

An initiative of the cities of Bonn, Düsseldorf, and Cologne


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