Museum Insel Hombroich, Neuss
Categories: Gardens, Art Museums, Nature & Parks, Museums
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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Waren nach langer Zeit wieder auf der Insel. Es war wieder traumhaft entspannend und wir konnten in die Natur eintauchen. Nur an der Kasse waren wir etwas sprachlos. Ein Mann mit diversen Tätowierunge... read more »Goods after long time again on the island. It was again fantastically relaxing and we were immersed in the nature. Only at the box office, we were somewhat speechless. A man with several tattoos and bald head was not exactly customer friendly. He has pimped out (wild) and was super arrogant to do so. We have allowed nonetheless the day don't screw us. The individual buildings were worth seeing, the open spaces and pools were RESTful. Later, we were still on the missile base. Here we have the delicious cake munden leave.show original
Een fantastische plek om te wandelen en te genieten van kunst! ik kom hier minstens een keer per jaar....heerlijk ontspannen...en lekker gezond lunchen in het restaurant of buiten onder de bomen.A great place to walk and enjoy the arts! I come here at least once a year .... relax ... and delicious healthy lunch in the restaurant or outside under the trees.show original
Das ist eine wahre Wohlfühl-Oase, nicht nur im Sommer. Und die zu betrachtenden Kunstwerke sind ein Augenschmaus.This is a true oasis, not only in the summer. And the works of art to be considered are a feast.show original
Small pavilions set within a park are stunning.
Georg B.SA, the 9.4.2016 well, I wanted to be in there with my photo backpack. The man at the entrance we go not into told me with the equipment, I have my rules. But is likely to be taking pictures. What should I do? Different lenses exactly and hand keep everything out of the backpack, or shoulder? He was also rude. We turned around and disappeared, speechless. For a sensible discussion was not possible. Entrance fee p/adult €15. It's probably not necessary.show original
Theo AlmRecommended if you want to experience art and nature together. One can therefore children relaxed by the way there schlender. There's also food until 17: 00 and children pay little.show original
Jean-Luc PoignardIt's just a magical place. We go there once and then we dream to return. For the art course but also for the path you can do there.show original
Jan JungBeautifully designed and spacious grounds. For wheelchair users and pushchairs but not or only to a limited extent to advise (staircase at the entrance and many gravel roads).show original
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