Grafik Tuchfabrik Müller

Visitor Information

Tuchfabrik Müller (Cloth Factory)

Please note: As of 04.06.22 masks are no longer mandatory in indoor areas. We still recommend wearing an appropriate mask indoors.


Address

LVR-Industriemuseum
Tuchfabrik Müller
Carl-Koenen-Straße 25
53881 Euskirchen


Opening hours

Regular opening hours:

Tuesday - Friday 10 am - 5 pm

Saturday, Sunday, holidays 11 am - 6 pm

Monday closed

For school classes the museum opens on request already at 9 am.


Guided tours through the cloth factory:

The historical cloth factory is accessible only with a guided tour, the tour fee is included in the entrance fee. Guided tours (without advance reservation) of the historic cloth factory take place at the following times:

Tuesday - Saturday 11 a.m., 1 p.m. & 3 p.m.

Sunday and holidays 11 a.m., 12, 13, 14, 15 & 16 p.m.

Please arrive at the museum approximately 15 minutes prior to the start of the tours.


Open on the following holidays:

Easter Sunday (4/17/2022), Labor Day (5/1/2022), Ascension Day (5/26/2022), Whit Sunday (6/5/2022), Corpus Christi (6/16/2022), All Saints Day (11/1/2022).


Closed on the following holidays:

Good Friday (4/15/2022), Easter Monday (4/18/2022), Whit Monday (6/6/2022), German Unity Day (10/3/2022).


Carnival Closure:

Weiberfastnacht (2/24/2022) through and including Carnival Tuesday (3/1/2022).


Closing dates:

All venues of the LVR Industrial Museum will be closed from 23.12.2022 to 1.1.2023 inclusive.


Entrance fees for the permanent exhibition

Normal entrance fee including guided tour around the cloth factory: 7 €, reduced 4 € (Students, severely disabled persons, unemployed persons upon presentation of a welfare card or other official document), Groups from 10 persons 4.50 € per person

Children and adolescents (up to 18 years of age): Entrance free

School classes (with up to 2 accompanying persons): Entrance free


Entrance free day for everyone: 1st Friday in the month


Free admission for refugees

Refugees have free admission to the museums of the Landschaftsverband Rheinland. In this way, the LVR would like to help refugees learn about the history and culture of the Rhineland.

For free admission, an official certificate must be presented. Admission is also free for accompanying persons who care for refugees. (max. 2 persons per group)


The LVR-Museumskarte entitles you to free entrance to the LVR and LWL museums for one year as from the date of purchase.


Other reductions:

DB Abo & mehr: 25 %
Eifel TOP Sehenswürdigkeiten: 25 %
Familienkarte Kreis Euskirchen: 25 %
NRW-Ehrenamt: 50 %
Rheinischer Verein: 25 %
Sauerländischer Gebirgsverein: 25 %


Entrance free: RuhrTopCard (1x per year), RheinlandCard (1x per year), Members of Bundesverband Museumspädagogik e.V, Associations of Friends of the LVR-Industriemuseum, Members of Deutscher Museumsbund, Members of ICOM (International Council of Museums), Juleica (JugendleiterIn-Card), LVR staff (including pensioners and retirees), recipients of benefits from LVR incl. an accompanying person, Rheinlandtaler-Träger, Members of the Association of Friends of the Stiftung NRW


Guided Tour fees (up to 25 Persons):

Normal group guided tours for adults: 50 €
Normal group guided tours for children and school classes: 40 €
Foreign language guided tours (English, French, Dutch): 50 €



Separate entrance fees apply for temporary exhibitions and events.


Tickets

Tickets for the Tuchfabrik Müller (Cloth Factory) can be purchased on the site or in advance from our Webshop.


Dogs in the museum

Please note that dogs are not permitted in the museum. Assistance dogs are exempt from this.


Booking and information

kulturinfo rheinland

Tel.: 02234 9921555
(Mon- Fri 8 - 18 hours; Sat, Sun and public holidays 10 - 15 hours)
Please note: In the period from 09.05.22 - 03.07.22 different service hours apply (Mon - Fri 10 - 17 hours; Sat, Sun and public holidays 10 - 15 hours)

Fax: 02234 9921300

Email:


Travel directions

Public Transport

Bus stops: Händelstraße (weekdays & Saturdays) or Rheinisches Industriemuseum (Sundays and public holidays)

To timetable information of the VRS (Verkehrsverbundes Rhein-Sieg)





For Cyclists

To Radroutenplaner des Radwegenetzes NRW (Cycle route planner for the cycle route network NRW)







Legende

Directions from the direction of Cologne:

  • Driving along the A 61 (from direction of Cologne) take the exit “Swisttal-Heimerzheim”.
  • Then continue in the direction of Euskirchen.
  • At the traffic island (from here the museum is signposted) drive left in the direction “Kuchenheim”.
  • At the next set of traffic lights drive to the right on to the B56.
  • Drive into the town and in the sharp right-hand curve (major road turns off) drive left into Carl-Koenen-Straße.
  • After approx. 200 metres turn left to the museum.

Environment zone: no


Directions from the direction of Koblenz:

  • Driving along the A 61 take the exit “Rheinbach/Meckenheim”
  • Follow the B56 in direction of Euskirchen.
  • After approx. 15 minutes you reach Euskirchen-Kuchenheim.
  • There follow the signposts to the museum.

Environment zone: no


Directions from direction of Bonn:

  • Follow the B56 in direction Euskirchen.
  • Drive into the town Kuchenheim and in the sharp right-hand curve (major road turns off) drive left into Carl-Koenen-Straße.
  • After approx. 200 metres turn left to the museum.

Environment zone: no


Parking facilities

On foot: approx. 30m

Without restricted mobility:

There are parking spaces directly in front of the museum.

With restricted mobility:

There is a marked disabled parking space on the car park at the museum.

Bus stop “Händelstraße”

On foot: approx. 500m

Town bus No. 874 (Direction Kirchheim) weekdays and Saturdays

Route description with and without restricted mobility:

  • Get off the bus at the bus stop “Händelstraße”
  • From the bus stop walk straight along the path on the Kuchenheimer Straße in the direction in which the bus was travelling. Turn right into Schwarzer
  • Weg. At the end of the street keep left (Carl-Koenen-Straße) and immediately turn into Obere Burg.
  • The museum is visible at the end of the street.
Note:
  • The existing route is not optimal because there is no separate footpath in Schwarze Weg and Obere Burg. The road and the footpath are one and the same here. As a rule, however, there is little traffic along these two roads. It is possible to alight from and board the bus at ground level.


Station Kuchenheim

This route is not recommended for wheelchair users.

On foot: approx. 1.4km

Note: Unfortunately there is no good route for wheelchair users from the station to the museum. The available path is not at all or only to a limited extent suitable with restricted mobility due to the distance, the narrow sections and the inclines.

Directions without restricted mobility
  • Follow the Willi-Graf-Straße.
  • Turn right on to Lambertusstraße.
  • Then straightaway left into Kuchenheimer Markt (locally referred to as “Gässchen” ).
  • At the end of Kuchenheimer Markt turn right on to Kuchenheimer Straße (B56)
  • Shortly afterwards cross the state road at the Kuchenheimer Straße (B56).the pedestrian facility and continue right on the Kuchenheimer Straße.
  • Turn left at the car park and continue in the direction of the church.
  • Walk over two ramps to the church.
  • Pass the church and then follow the Schallenbergstraße.
  • At the end of the road turn right into Obere Burg.
  • Follow this road straight on to the end and then the museum is visible on the left-hand side.

Note: The Kuchenheimer Markt is purely a pedestrian path. Along the Obere Burg the road and the footpath are one and the same. However there is as a rule very little traffic.