Due to circumstances revolving around the SARS-CoV-2 virus, the Lehmbruck Museum is closed until April 19.
Individual: EUR 9 / concessions
EUR 5 (*)
Family ticket: EUR 15 (2 adults + children up to 14 years old)
Children up to 14 years old accompanied by adults and those accompanying blind people or people with dementia: admission free
Annual ticket: EUR 35 / concessions EUR 20 (*)
School and nursery groups per person (including supervisors): EUR 2 (without guided tour)
(*) Concessions are granted to pre-booked groups, groups of 20 people or more without guided tours, people with disabilities (from 70%), school pupils and students, apprentices and people receiving social security benefits.
Every first Friday of the month: "Pay what you want!" - You decide how much you pay for admission!
Pre-booked groups are excluded.
Arriving by public transport
The Lehmbruck Museum is located in downtown Duisburg, namely at Kantpark (500 metres on foot from the main railway station) and can be reached using all means of public transport serving the city centre (simply alight at "Lehmbruck Museum"). Thanks to its central location, the Lehmbruck Museum can also be reached quickly and easily by rail. From Düsseldorf airport, Deutsche Bahn operates several regional trains each hour, with a journey time of approximately ten minutes.
Arriving by car
By car you can reach the museum using the A3 (Cologne-Oberhausen), the A40 (Venlo-Dortmund), or the A59 (Dinslaken-Duisburg). Please note that the museum does not have a car park of its own, but there are a few parking spaces - some of which require payment - on Düsseldorfer Strasse and in the vicinity.