This is how you can reach us
Postal adress: FRIEDENSMUSEUM Brücke von Remagen e.V.
Please note that this address does not apply to your arrival. More information on that below!
Questions about your group visit and guided tours ?
Please use our email firstname.lastname@example.org or use our online form (in german).
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Phone: +49 2642 21863
Museum: An der alten Rheinbrücke 11
Entrance across the Rhinepromenade
Car park at the Rheinhalle
Please note: The museum is not barrier-free.
Arrival by car/bus
Address input for navigation devices: Goethestraße 25
B9, Remagen/Süd exit, Joseph-Rovan-Allee, Goethestrasse.
Driving directly to the Rhine promenade and parking there is not permitted. (Exception: two disabled parking spaces at the turning circle). Parking spaces for cars are located at the Rheinhalle (corner of Goethestraße/An der alten Rheinbrücke) or next to the cemetery opposite.
A parking lot for a bus is located directly on the street in front of the Rheinhalle. More parking spaces are located in the direction of Kripp at the swimming pool. Footpath via "An der alten Rheinbrücke" and the Rhine promenade to the museum approx. 300 m
Arrival by train
Remagen train station is about 1.3 km from the Peace Museum. On foot (preferably via the Rhine promenade) you need about 20 minutes, by bike about 5 minutes.
Arrival by bike
Via the Rhine Cycle Path (Rhine Promenade).
Coordinates for your GPS : 50.57789198653727, 7.244068362794967
You are welcome to ride your bike up to the property. Bike racks are behind the towers. Please note that we cannot assume any liability for your parked bicycles and other valuables. Keep your safety and that of others in mind when lingering on the promenade. Do not park your bikes on the bike path or footpath. Thanks!
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.
More information about your visit