Experience art

Hold your celebrations and conferences in the Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck!

Shared experiences encourage the team spirit. Use the inspiring and creative surroundings of the Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck for your exclusive event.

What we offer

A creative place in a picturesque setting

From the very beginning, the Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck was a lively meeting place for famous artists and prominent personalities from society and politics. Today, with its spectacular location on the Rhine, it is still an attractive setting for cultural and social events. It is a place of encounter, of communication and creative inspiration. In addition to high-quality national and international exhibitions, concerts and lectures, the museum also offers the possibility of using this location as a forum for your individual event all the year round. 

The Bahnhof Rolandseck © Photo: Ulrich Pfeuffer, GDKE (detail)
The new building by Richard Meier © Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck, photo: Horst Bernhard

Individual programme

We will adapt to comply with your wishes!

For companies and institutions in particular we can offer a wide range of guided tours on specific themes as well as individual creative programmes on the history and architecture of the building, on Hans Arp and Sophie Taeuber-Arp and on the changing exhibitions. The high-level content is presented in an easily understood and entertaining manner, thereby creating a basic communicative atmosphere that encourages interaction and creativity. The shared experience promotes a lasting bond between staff and customers in a unique way.

 

Upon request we shall be pleased to develop an exclusive programme for you that links our content to your corporate philosophy. 

The facilities

Celebrations and conferences

In the historic station building you can use the small and large banqueting halls for receptions, presentations, celebrations, concerts and dinners for small and large groups up to a maximum of 199 guests. The spacious terrace with the spectacular view across to the Siebengebirge mountains and the romantic Rhine valley is also available for hire. The museum Bistro Interieur No. 253 provides professional catering from drinks during a lecture to gala dinners.

Lobby of the new building with a view of the Rhine © Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck, photo: Ulrich Pfeuffer GDKE
The restaurant Bistro Interieur 253 in the historic banqueting hall © Photo: Mick Vincenz
The conference room in Bahnhof Rolandseck © Photo: U. Pfeuffer, GDKE

Foyer (up to 120 guests), small banqueting hall (up to 50 guests), large banqueting hall (up to 150 guests). The lobby of the new building is flooded with light and offers a magnificent view of the Rhine countryside, creating a charming atmosphere for receptions, lectures, product presentations, concerts or lectures (up to 120 guests). Basic technical equipment is available.

Examples

Get creative!

Guided tours and creative offers

In German, English, French and Dutch
A team of freelance staff from the Art History, Education and Free Art departments guarantee the organisation of a successful supporting programme with their expert knowledge, flexible approach to content and tremendous enthusiasm. You will find our full range of guided tours here...

 

 

»Seeing. Drawing. Experimenting«
Inspired by the artworks, the visitor's eye for detail will be honed through sketching and drawing in a wide variety of techniques (pencil, charcoal, red chalk, China ink ...).

 

Printed graphics – produce your own printing block and print your own works!

Taking your inspiration from the exhibits, you can try out various forms of artistic letterpress and intaglio printing techniques (styrene printing, linocut and woodcut and drypoint etching).

 

Painting
The artworks in the exhibitions serve as a starting point for you to prduce your own works using the different painting techniques (watercolour, acrylic, pastels, oils ...).

 

Sculpture
The sculptures of Hans Arp and the contemporary art objects and installations will serve as ideal sources of inspiration for your own creations in clay, wood and everyday materials.

Contact

Events, Marketing & Sponsoring

Dr. Margot von Gumppenberg

02228-9425-27
vongumppenberg@arpmuseum.org

Head of Education

Dr. Annette Krapp

02228-9425-36
krapp@arpmuseum.org

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