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Museum Insel Hombroich, Neuss

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Discover antique and modern artwork, old gardens, and exhibition pavilions at Museum Insel Hombroich, a museum and a park dedicated to architecture, nature, and art. You will even find a no-longer-used NATO missile base. Children can climb onto and into a host of artistic objects. If you're not fluent in German, research before you go; very little explanation is offered in English. Add Museum Insel Hombroich and other attractions to your Neuss trip itinerary using our Neuss vacation trip planner.
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  • This environment for art is more than beautiful. A natural landscape with serene pavillions squatered al over the park. Perfect for an inspiring day for art lovers. Ancient art (Chinese for example) c...  more »
  • Spacious with numerous buildings and modern, African and various other art forms. Few explanations with the art works so actually experiencing them becomes the flow. Food is included in the entry tick...  more »
  • The Museum Insel Hombroich is an unconventional type of museum. It connects art, archtitecture and nature. If you are in Dusseldorf or Cologne its a great place to escape the city. You should notice t...  more »
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  • Nature wonderful, but in the pavillions there's no explanation for any peace of art (sometimes peace of "art") so a visitor doesn't have a clue what's in front of him, who is the author, what's the titel of the piece, year...nothing..very superficial I dare to say...
  • A unique and inspiring place to walk around. Great combination of nature, art and architecture!! Contemplative!
  • Great experiences, nice for kids, great for everyone.
  • really cool
  • Small pavilions set within a park are stunning.