Barrier-free access

The Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck believes that one of its important tasks is to provide all its visitors with individual and creative access to art and culture. This applies not only to the barrier-free access to the buildings but also to art education. In order to provide a high-quality educational programme, we work in partnership with a professional team of freelance experts with a wide range of experience and specialist knowledge from the fields of fine art, art history, art education and art therapy.

Barrier-free to the museum

Barrier-free approach

By car from the direction of Cologne/Bonn

Behind the museum car park please turn right and continue up the hill (towards Wildpark Rolandseck). Turn right in front of the station building to reach our handicapped parking spaces.


By car from the direction of Koblenz/Remagen
Behind the museum car park please turn left and continue up the hill (towards Wildpark Rolandseck). Turn right in front of the station building to reach our handicapped parking spaces.


By train from the direction of Cologne/Bonn
Please leave the platform via the little gate on the right-hand side just before you reach the staircase, and follow the path downhill. Turn left after the railway underpass and continue to the forecourt in front of the museum.


By train from the direction of Koblenz/Remagen
You will find a lift in the brown building at the far end of the platform in the direction of travel.

Mobility

For people with restricted mobility

Parking spaces for visitors with restricted mobility can be reached via the northern approach to the museum. From there you can enter the Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck and all exhibitions without the need to negotiate any steps.


Two wheelchairs are available in the cloakroom area and may be borrowed free of charge. Folding stools are also available and may be borrowed upon request.


Disability-friendly toilets are available in both the historic station and in the new building.

Hearing difficulties

For people with hearing difficulties

Parking spaces for visitors with restricted mobility can be reached via the northern approach to the museum. From there you can enter the Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck and all exhibitions without the need to negotiate any steps.


Two wheelchairs are available in the cloakroom area and may be borrowed free of charge. They may be reserved in advance by telephone. Folding stools are also available and may be borrowed upon request.


Disability-friendly toilets are available in both the historic station and in the new building.

Mental disabilities

For people with psychological or mental disabilities and for people suffering from dementia

We develop special tours and workshops geared towards the needs of people with psychological or mental disabilities and for people suffering from dementia. We provide assistance with the creative discovery and experience of the architecture and art in the changing exhibitions at the Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck via alternative means of access employing all the senses.

Further Information

All educational programmes are also available and can be booked as integrative guided tours or workshops for visitors with and without handicaps.


We shall be pleased to provide specific advice on an individual basis!

Contact

Head of Education

Dr. Annette Krapp

02228-9425-36
krapp@arpmuseum.org

Head of Education

Heike Henze-Bange M.A.

02228-9425-48
h.henze@arpmuseum.org

Ticket Desk & Information

Kasse

+49 2228-9425-16

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