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Zero is good for you

Blick in den Dokumentationsraum in der Ausstellung „Zero ist gut für Dich“ 2016 im LVR-LandesMuseum Bonn. © Otto Piene, Günther Uecker, Heinz Mack, VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2016. Foto: J. Vogel, LVR-LandesMuseum Bonn.

Mack, Piene and Uecker in Bonn 1966/2016

26.11.2016 - 26.3.2017


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bilderstrom

Valeska Achenbach & Isabela Pacini ohne Titel, 2003  © Valeska Achenbach & Isabela Pacini, 2016.

River of images: The Rhine and Photography 2016 - 1863

9.9.2016 - 22.1.2017


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Eva's Beauty Case

Jewelry and Styling as a Reflection of the Times

9.6.2017 - 23.4.2018


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From Neanderthal Man to the Present

Helm des Herrn von Morken

Due to its superb collection as the only museum of cultural history in the Rhineland, the LVR-LandesMuseum shows the development of the region from its beginnings to the present day. In the permanent exhibition, the visitor is greeted with an eventful journey through time, from the Stone Age up to today. Not only is the world-famous original Neanderthal man (40,000 years B.C.) on display here, but also the world's largest Neolithic well. Further highlights are the Fritzdorf gold beaker from the Bronze Age, the Pfalzfeld Column dating from Celtic times, and a treasure that had once belonged to a Celtic princess from Waldalgesheim. Roman times may be discovered in one of the best Roman provincial collections in all of Germany.


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From Neanderthal Man to the Present

Helm des Herrn von Morken

Due to its superb collection as the only museum of cultural history in the Rhineland, the LVR-LandesMuseum shows the development of the region from its beginnings to the present day. In the permanent exhibition, the visitor is greeted with an eventful journey through time, from the Stone Age up to today. Not only is the world-famous original Neanderthal man (40,000 years B.C.) on display here, but also the world's largest Neolithic well. Further highlights are the Fritzdorf gold beaker from the Bronze Age, the Pfalzfeld Column dating from Celtic times, and a treasure that had once belonged to a Celtic princess from Waldalgesheim. Roman times may be discovered in one of the best Roman provincial collections in all of Germany.


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From Neanderthal Man to the Present

Helm des Herrn von Morken

Due to its superb collection as the only museum of cultural history in the Rhineland, the LVR-LandesMuseum shows the development of the region from its beginnings to the present day. In the permanent exhibition, the visitor is greeted with an eventful journey through time, from the Stone Age up to today. Not only is the world-famous original Neanderthal man (40,000 years B.C.) on display here, but also the world's largest Neolithic well. Further highlights are the Fritzdorf gold beaker from the Bronze Age, the Pfalzfeld Column dating from Celtic times, and a treasure that had once belonged to a Celtic princess from Waldalgesheim. Roman times may be discovered in one of the best Roman provincial collections in all of Germany.


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From Neanderthal Man to the Present

Helm des Herrn von Morken

Due to its superb collection as the only museum of cultural history in the Rhineland, the LVR-LandesMuseum shows the development of the region from its beginnings to the present day. In the permanent exhibition, the visitor is greeted with an eventful journey through time, from the Stone Age up to today. Not only is the world-famous original Neanderthal man (40,000 years B.C.) on display here, but also the world's largest Neolithic well. Further highlights are the Fritzdorf gold beaker from the Bronze Age, the Pfalzfeld Column dating from Celtic times, and a treasure that had once belonged to a Celtic princess from Waldalgesheim. Roman times may be discovered in one of the best Roman provincial collections in all of Germany.


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From Neanderthal Man to the Present

Helm des Herrn von Morken

Due to its superb collection as the only museum of cultural history in the Rhineland, the LVR-LandesMuseum shows the development of the region from its beginnings to the present day. In the permanent exhibition, the visitor is greeted with an eventful journey through time, from the Stone Age up to today. Not only is the world-famous original Neanderthal man (40,000 years B.C.) on display here, but also the world's largest Neolithic well. Further highlights are the Fritzdorf gold beaker from the Bronze Age, the Pfalzfeld Column dating from Celtic times, and a treasure that had once belonged to a Celtic princess from Waldalgesheim. Roman times may be discovered in one of the best Roman provincial collections in all of Germany.


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Rhineland Scene

Julia Lohmann, Horizonte in Bewegung, 2014, VG Bild Kunst Bonn

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Art Awards

Der Leo-Breuer-Preisträger Ulrich Wagner hat sich für den Lichtraum „Ortsgedächtnis – Gedächtnis der Orte 2010/2011 mit den Orten, Architekturen und Strukturen des Nationalsozialismus auseinandergesetzt.

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Archive

Zita Attalai Virgin 2001.  Foto: Jürgen Vogel, LVR-Landesmuseum Bonn.

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Contact

LVR-LandesMuseum Bonn, Colmantstr. 14-16, 53115 Bonn

Tel. +49 (0) 228 / 2070 - 0, Fax +49 (0) 228 / 2070 - 299

Opening Hours Museum

TUE - FRI, SON 11 a.m. - 6 p.m., SAT 1 p.m. - 6 p.m., MON closed

Guided tours for school groups available from 10 a.m.

Opening Hours Library

MON - FRI 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.