For English speaking Visitors
Adults: € 6,-
Students, pupils, conscripts and disabled persons: € 5,-
Family card (2 Adults plus 1-4 children): € 10,-
The assistant of a severely disabled person (who holds a "severely handicapped pass") has free entry.
Free entry for children 5 years and under, kindergarten groups, primary school groups (grade 1 – 4) and members of the museum’s registered voluntary association.
There is also a museum shop and a café which serves beverages (cake and sandwiches upon pre-order only)
The museum is wheel-chair accessible and the different levels are connected by elevator.
Guided tours in English available for groups upon request (please contact us well in advance):
phone +49 (0) 2462 - 9917 0
fax +49 (0) 2462 - 9917 25
Scheduled guided tours in German every first and third Sunday of the month at 11.30 am.
Fee: 2 € and the relevant admission cost.
Rurstraße 9 - 11, 52441 Linnich, Germany
From Köln (Cologne) via the motorway A4, A61 or A44
From Düsseldorf via the motorway A46 or A44
From Mönchengladbach via the motorway A61 or A44
Towards crossing point Wanlo or alternatively crossing point Jackerath until you reach the exit “Titz”, then follow the signs towards Linnich
From Aachen / Benelux via the motorway A44 until you reach the exit “Aldenhoven” or alternatively “Jülich-West”, then follow the signs towards Linnich
Parking: There is free parking space available at the „Place de Lesquin“ (= „Square de Lesquin“)
If you arrive from the north, at the building of SIG-Combibloc go towards the „Rurstrasse“ (by crossing the bridge over the river Rur) and turn right at the first street after the bridge.
If you arrive from the south, when you enter the „Rurstrasse“, go straight ahead and turn left at „Bendenweg“ and then turn right, where you’ll find the „Place de Lesquin“.
The museum then can be reached after a very short walk.
By train and bus
On the train route (DB, German Railway) Aachen-Mönchengladbach-Düsseldorf: to train station Hückelhoven-Baal or Lindern, then take a bus to Linnich.
On the train route (DB, German Railway) Aachen-Düren-Köln: to train station Düren, then change to „Rurtalbahn“ (private railway), which will take you to the train station in Linnich.
The private Railway “Rurtalbahn” also serves the region of Düren, so it is possible to reach the museum on this route.
For more information:
www.bahn.de (German Railway)
www.dkb-dn.de or phone +49 (0) 2421 - 200 222 (Rurtalbahn)
From the train- and bus stations in central Linnich it are just a few minutes walk to the museum.
In front of the museum is a station where you can repower an e-bike.