Grafik Tuchfabrik Müller

Options for Cyclists

Discover culture and nature in a sporting manner

Cyclists in front of the Mottenburg

Attention cycling enthusiasts!

All LVR-Industriemuseum sites can be easily reached by bicycle.

You are looking for an appropriate route to the Tuchfabrik Müller (Cloth Factory) or you are planning a more extensive cycle trip?

Here you can find all the necessary information at a glance.


Rental bicycles in the bicycle depot

Bicycle hire

A bicycle hire directly at the museum has 65 bicycles available for adolescents and adults to comfortably explore the many interesting sites in the idyllic surroundings.

Further information

Rental bicycles in the bicycle depot

Cycle route in Euskirchen

In Euskirchen and the surrounding area there are many opportunities for cycling enthusiasts to do some exercise and at the same time experience the culture and nature of the region. On the tour through the flat landscape around Euskirchen, cyclists can explore the Erft river from its source to its mouth along the Erftradweg (Erft-Cycle-Path) or discover the numerous treasures from times gone by on the Wasserburgen-Route (Moated Castle Route). For cyclists wanting a more challenging route there is the popular Drei-Flüsse-Tour (Three-Rivers-Tour) along the Erft, Rhine and Ahr. All the above routes pass the museum.

Detail of a bicycle pedals

Travel directions by bicycle

Individual route planning with the Routenplaner des Radwegenetzes NRW (Route planner for the cycle route network NRW)

To enable you to find the LVR-Industriemuseum sites easily they have all been included in the state-wide cycle route network and are indicated on the white/red cycle route signposts throughout the region. Using the cycle route planner you can compile your own personal route through the cultural and industrial history of the Rhineland and discover the sights in this fascinating region. Places to plan a rest or stay overnight as well as arrival and departure times at train stations can also be found in the planner and the details of the terrain can be studied in advance.