Grafik St.Antony-Hütte Museum Eisenheim

Visitor information

Eisenheim Museum

Address

LVR-Industriemuseum
Museum Eisenheim
Berliner Straße 10a
46117 Oberhausen


Opening hours

Open on sundays from 11 am - 6 pm. The opening of the residential house will follow in the course of the year.


Entrance fee for the permanent exhibition

Normal entrance fee: 2.50 €

Unfortunately we have had to close the “Volksmuseum” part of the Eisenheim Museum for technical reasons (fire protection) until further notice. The dwelling is still accessible and the housing can also be visited on one of our tours. As a goodwill gesture the entrance fee is reduced by 40%. The entrance fee is therefore now 1.50 € for visitors.

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

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

Refugees can visit the museums of the Landschaftsverband Rheinland free of charge. In this way the LVR wants to help refugees to familiarise themselves with the history and the culture of the Rhineland. To obtain free entrance it is necessary to show an official certificate. Entrance is also free of charge for persons accompanying the refugees (max. 2 persons per group).

The LVR-Museumskarte entitles you free admisssion to all LVR and LWL museums for one year as from purchase date.

Further reductions:

DB Abo & mehr: 25 %
NRW-Ehrenamt: 50 %
Rheinischer Verein: 25 %
Sauerländischer Gebirgsverein: 25 %

Free entrance: RuhrTopCard (1x jährlich), Members of Bundesverband Museumspädagogik e.V, Association of Friends of LVR-Industriemuseums, Members of Deutscher Museumsbund, Members of ICOM (International Council of Museums), Juleica (JugendleiterIn-Card), LVR staff (also pensioners and retirees), recipients of benefits from the LVR including one accompanying person, Rheinlandtaler-Träger, Members of the Association of Friends of the Stiftung NRW

Refugees can visit the museums of the Landschaftsverband Rheinland free of charge. In this way the LVR wants to help refugees to familiarise themselves with the history and the culture of the Rhineland. To obtain free entrance it is necessary to show an official certificate. Entrance is also free of charge for persons accompanying the refugees (max. 2 persons per group).

Fee for guided tours (up to 25 persons):

Normal guided tours for adult groups: 55 €
Normal guided tours for groups of children and school classes: 45 €
Guided tours in foreign languages: 60 €

Separate entrance fees apply for events. Please consult our event calendar for details of these.


Tickets

Tickets for the Eisenheim Museum can be purchased at 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.


To book 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


Legende

Travel directions:

Drive along the A 516 to the exit Eisenheim. Then follow the signs to the Siedlung Eisenheim (housing estate).

Environment zone: yes

Parking facilities

On foot: approx. 10m

Without restricted mobility

Along the verge.

With restricted mobility

There are no marked parking spaces for persons with a disability. Please use the parking facilities along the verge which are in the immediate vicinity of the museum entrance.

Bus stop Eisenheim

On foot: approx. 500m

Bus numbers SB 90, SB 98, 980

Directions with and without restricted mobility
  • Alight from the bus at the bus stop “Eisenheim”.
  • Go under the bridge to Wesselkampstraße and keep to the left
  • Turn left into the Berliner Straße.
  • Use the path through the garden next to house no. 10 to reach the entrance to the Eisenheim Museum at the rear.
Note:
  • It is possible to board and alight from the bus level with the ground and therefore without obstacle.
  • The bus stop is also accessible.

Tram stop Eisenheim

On foot: approx. 500m

Tram line 112

Directions with and without restricted mobility
  • Alight from the tram at the tram stop Eisenheim.
  • Go under the bridge to Wesselkampstraße and keep to the left.
  • Turn left into the Berliner Straße.
  • Use the path through the garden next to house no. 10 to reach the entrance to the Eisenheim Museum at the rear.
Note:

It is possible to board and alight from the tram level with the ground and therefore without obstacle. The tram stop is also accessible.