Here are some important points for your visit or guided tour:
Opening hours 2024
We said goodbye for the winter break.
We start the 2024 season from March 7th.
We thank visitors, groups, cooperation partners, helpers and our team for your interest, feedback and support.
March 7th 10 a.m. to 5 p.m
March 9/10, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m
March 16th/17th. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m
From March 23rd daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m
New ! Open on Mondays from 2 p.m
from May to September 1st until 6 p.m.
from September 2nd to October 31st until 5 p.m
Please note that last admission is 30 minutes before closing.
Single Ticket - € 5.50
Family Ticket - € 10.50
Pensioner - € 4,50
Children up to 7 years – Free
Students - € 3,50
Handicapped People - € 4.50
Group of pupils - € 3.50 per Person
Group from 10 - € 4.50 per Person.
Rebate € 4.50 –
Per person with a Voucher from the ARP MUSEUM –
Presentation of a RHEINTALER
Ehrenamtskarte Rheinland-Pfalz und
WelcomeCard Bonn : 4,50 €
Group tours from the start of the season on March 7th.
Are you planning a trip into history for your event? We give you the guide!
The tour lasts about 90 minutes and
costs €60 plus admission
Tours are provided between 10 a.m. and end at 6 p.m.
For reasons of space, a guided tour is only possible for up to 15 people.
Please refer to the form for further details.
Please submit your booking request using the online form
Please note that we cannot plan inquiries for 2024 until January.
(By selecting the online link you leave our website and go to our cloud google.docs)
We would also be pleased if you use the form above to announce your group visit without a guided tour.
Please understand that we cannot accept external guides.
Any more questions?
Please send us an email at
To find us:
Please note: The listed building and the grounds are not barrier-free and cannot be reached by visitors with restricted mobility who are dependent on a wheelchair, walker or similar. Access to the property on the front (Rhine promenade) is possible via a fairly steep ramp or stairs. The museum itself can only be reached by stairs and in the towers there are stairs over several floors.
Note: pets in the museum
Due to the narrow stairs and rooms, we ask that you leave dogs and other pets outside. Thank you for your understanding.
Note on taking photos
Photography in the museum is allowed for private purposes. However, it is expressly forbidden to publish any interior shots from the museum. This also applies to distribution via social media such as Instagram and Facebook. A publication with exhibition details can lead to copyright infringements against third parties with corresponding legal consequences.