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Logo Max Ernst Museum Brühl des LVRLogo Landschaftsverband Rheinland

The Max Ernst Museum from the outside

Exterior view of the Max Ernst Museum Brühl of the LVR, Photo: Hans-Theo Gerhards / Museum

Prices and tickets

Collection and temporary exhibition Nevin Aladağ (10.3. – 30.06.2024)

Adults: 11€
Reduced: 7€
Groups: from 10 persons, 8€ per person

Collection (only valid during this period: 1.7. – 31.8.2024)

Adults: 9€
Reduced: 5€
Groups: from 10 people, €7 per person

Online tickets are available Externer Link here

Ticket cooperation of the Max Ernst Museum Brühl des LVR with UNESCO World Heritage Site Augustusburg Palace and Hunting Lodge Falkenlust

With an existing ticket for the castles
Reduced admission: 7€ (in times without temporary exhibition: 5€)

A visit to the Max Ernst Museum can be combined with visits to the neighbouring UNESCO World Heritage Sites Augustusburg Palace and Hunting Lodge Falkenlust. Both institutions have updated and standardised their combined ticket offers for visitors.

On presentation of a regular admission ticket from the Max Ernst Museum Brühl of the LVR, visitors receive a discount at Augustusburg Palace or Hunting Lodge Falkenlust. Conversely, on presentation of a regular admission ticket for Augustusburg and Hunting Lodge Falkenlust, visitors receive reduced admission to the Max Ernst Museum.

Located in the immediate vicinity of the parks of the UNESCO World Heritage Site Augustusburg Castle, where the largest retrospective of the artist Max Ernst to date was shown in 1951, the Max Ernst Museum is now dedicated to the life and work of the internationally renowned artist Max Ernst (1891-1976), who was born in Brühl.

Further information: Externer Link


People with disabilities, students, trainees, volunteers on a social year, citizen's allowance

Discounts only on presentation of ID for pupils, students (up to 27 years), trainees, severely disabled persons, volunteers on a social year, Hartz IV recipients.
No group admission price for self-organised tours.On presentation of a certificate

Free admission

Children and young people under the age of 18, refugees, people receiving benefits from the LVR, the NRW Foundation, LVR employees, teachers, bus drivers, group guides, press, Deutscher Museumsbund/German Museums Association, ICOM, CIMAM, Bundesverband Museumspädagogik/Federal Association for Museum Education, Deutscher Verband für Kunstgeschichte/German Association for Art History

Free admission every last Thursday of the month (except public holidays)

Refugees have free admission to the museums of the Landschaftsverband Rheinland. The LVR would like to help refugees to familiarise themselves with the history and culture of the Rhineland. Free admission on presentation of appropriate proof. Accompanying persons and carers also receive free admission (max. 2 persons per group).