Here, you will find the most important information on our visitors’ frequently asked questions about our services – sorted by keyword.
The permanent exhibition “Lyonel Feininger. Works from the Dr Hermann Klumpp collection” is accessible all year round. When changing from one special exhibition to another, some parts of the gallery need to be closed.
The Lyonel Feininger Gallery itself is wheelchair-accessible and about 500 m from the parking areas. The path is mainly cobbled or with sett paving. The entrance doors to the gallery do not open automatically. Inside the building, our exhibition rooms are accessible via a lift. Seating is available in the exhibition areas. Mobile folding chairs are also available when going around the museum. There is a wheelchair-accessible toilet on the ground floor. A lift can be used to access our studio.
We will be happy to adapt the museum's educational content to your group’s needs. Simply get in touch with us!
- Activities & art education
- T: +49 3946 689 5938-55
- F: +49 3946 689 5938-24
Photography and filming in the museum
Cloakroom & lockers
For insurance reasons, no rucksacks of any size, or large bags may be taken into the exhibition rooms.
Lockers are available near the entrance to safely store your items of clothing and bags. They are free to use, but some lockers require a 1-euro piece which is returned to you after their use. Bulky items of all kinds must be handed in, such as umbrellas, rucksacks and bags larger than DIN A3 (approx. 40 x 30 cm).
No liability is assumed for the cloakroom and the contents of the lockers.
Our vouchers are available at the museum ticket office or via a bank transfer. They can be used for products in the gallery shop, exhibition tickets or museum-run events such as guided tours, workshops and presentations.
The vouchers are valid for two years,
cannot be paid out in cash
and are delivered on receipt of payment.
Please order the voucher of your choice here:
Press and public relations
Animals in the museum
Dogs and other animals may only accompany visitors to the courtyard area, with the exception of guide dogs for the blind and assistance dogs; these are also admitted to the museum as long as the museum rules are followed. Dogs must be kept under control in line with regulations and placed such that all entrances and exits can be used without hindrance.
Would you like to book the studio in the side wing or the seminar room at Schlossberg 11 for your event?
- Contact us at:
- T: +49 3946 689593-80
- F: +49 3946 689593-824