The main focus of our large-dimensioned, nearly 1,700 m² encompassing permanent exhibition of the new Middle-Rhine Museum lies on the collections of paintings, sculptures and applied arts. Following a chronological order, the exhibition halls display a wide range of art works stretching from medieval sculpture to paintings of the Middle Ages, Baroque, Classicism, Romanticism and also include representatives of the Dusseldorf School, Classic Modernism and positions in contemporary art, especially those complexes of works by K.O. Götz, Rissa and Heijo Hangen. Next to the exhibition halls, the inner circuit offers the opportunity to gain insight into aspects of regional art and cultural history. All in all, 400 paintings, 50 sculptures, 60 prints and drawings as well as various craft objects await you.