Opening Hours, Prices & Tickets
Tuesday to Friday from 12 noon to 5 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
On public holidays the museum is open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
On New Year's Day, the museum is open from 1-5 p.m.
Reduced prices during the conversion phase (28 February to 31 March 2023)
From 28 February to 31 March we are preparing a new exhibition for you: During the exhibition reconstruction, reduced admission prices apply: 5 € / discounted 3 €. The rear section of the museum (temporary exhibition room and collection) will not be accessible to visitors during this period.
From 14 to 17 March, admission is Pay What You Want! During this time, the Lehmbruck Wing will also be closed to visitors.
The current exhibitions ("Norbert Kricke", "Surreal Worlds" and "Janet Cardiff & George Bures Miller: Escape Room") can be visited throughout.
Individual: EUR 9 / discounted 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 / discounted EUR 20 (*)
School and nursery groups per person (including supervisors): EUR 2 (without guided tour)
(*) Discounts 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, people receiving social security benefits and voluntary persons presenting their “Ehrenamtskarte NRW”. Discounts can not be combined.
Members of ICOM, of the Association of Restorers (Verband der Restauratoren e. V.) and holders of a valid press card, of a RuhrKultur.Card or a Ruhr.TopCard are admitted free of charge.
Every first Friday of the month: "Pay what you want!" - You decide how much you pay for admission!
Pre-booked groups are excluded.
Information on free-of-charge offerings is available from KulturPott.Ruhr.
You can book tickets for your next visit in our museum here:
Tickets for guided tours and events can still be booked in our ticketshop.
Taking photos in the Lehmbruck Museum
Photography for private purposes is permitted in the Lehmbruck Museum. Taking flash photos as well as the use of tripods is prohibited for conservational reasons.
If you have any questions about the artists' copyright, please contact the ticket office staff. You can also find more information here.