The Mittelrhein-Museum is open daily from Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 6pm.
Holiday schedule: The Mittelrhein-Museum is open on all bank holidays, even if they fall on a Monday. The only exceptions are the 24th and 25th of December, and New Year’s Day. On these days the museum remains closed.
A guided tour through the permanent exhibition / cabinet exhibition takes place every first Sunday of the month at 3 pm.
Guided tours through the special exhibitions take place every third Sunday of the month at 3 pm as well as on selected additional dates.
Alle tours are guided in German. If you require a tour in English, please do not hesitate to contact us per E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
3,00 € / reduced price 2,00 €
Here, you find all the entrance fees to the exhibitions, guided tours, workshops, etc.:
Additionally, there is the so-called “house-ticket” which grants you admission to all the separate areas of the building (Mittelrhein-Museum, library and Romanticum) for a reduced price.
Or the “Kombiticket” if you want to visit the Ludwig Museum as well as the Mittelrhein-Museum. You will find all relevant information in the tables below:
Entrance fees for the Mittelrhein-Museum from 1st January 2018
|Permanent exhibition||Special exhibition||Permanent and special exhibition||Guided tour , 1h|
|Adult||6.00 €||8.00 €||12.00 €||3.00 € + entrance fee|
|Concessionary admission*||4.00 €||6.00 €||8.00 €||2.00 € + entrance fee|
|Children up to the age of 12 years||free entry||free entry||free entry||free entry|
|Family (1 – 2 adults + up to 4 children under the age of 17)||10.00 €||14.00 €||20.00 €||5.00 € + family ticket|
|Kindergarden groups and school classes with up to 2 accompanying persons||free entry||free entry||free entry||Only upon appointment|
|Members of the “Friends of the Ludwig Museum and the Mittelrhein-Museum”||free entry||free entry||free entry||2.00 €|
*children / adolescents from 13 to 17 years of age, pupils and students, trainees, military service volunteers, volunteers of the federal social work programme, severely handicapped people (more than 50 % disability), people which are granted services according to SGB II or SBG XII, senior citizens (aged 65 or older), people possessing a youth leader or honorary office card, groups of 20 people or more.
Virtual reality in the permanent exhibition
In the castle of Engers near Neuwied, there still exists the “Diana-Salon”, which was beautifully painted by Januarius Zick. The Koblenz Castle once also had two large frescoes by Januarius Zick. Unfortunately, they were destroyed during the World War II.
In order to give the visitors the spatial experience of the Zick frescoes from Engers and Koblenz, the paintings were digitally reconstructed in the form of a “virtual reality”. The Mittelrhein-Museum cooperates with the Institute for Computer Visualistic and the Institute for Art Research, Department of Digital Media at the University of Koblenz-Landau. Visitors can now have a very close look at the destroyed frescoes and see every detail which would otherwise be hidden to them due to the spatial distance between floor and ceiling.
We thank the institutions that supported this exhibition project:
The Virtual Reconstruction was financed by the Dr. Ing. Hans Riegel Foundation.