We will finish our programme on 22 May at the Römisch-Germanisches Museum in Cologne and on 23 May at the LVR-LandesMuseum in Bonn with the special exhibition 'Im Meer versunken. Sizilien und die Unterwasserarchäologie'. You will have the possibility to explore both locations and complete the evening with a drink and little snacks.
Furthermore you can use your congress badge to get free entrance or at least a reduced entry fee in numerous facilities in Cologne and Bonn.
- free entrance to the COLUMBA (architecture by Peter Zumthor, religious and modern art, currently with highlights from the Römisch-Germanisches Museum, exhibition Pas de deux)
- reduced price tickets for the Wallraf-Richartz Museum (European art), currently with the exhibition Wallraf’s Legacy - A citizen saves Cologne)
- reduced price tickets for the Rauten-Strauch-Joest Museum (ethnological exhibition People in their worlds)
- 50 % off for the entry fee in the Fragrance Museum Farina-House (registration required at the museum) and 10 % on a purchase of the Original Eau de Cologne. Please get a 'Promotion Card' at the Infopoint.
Additionally, three guided tours respectively will be provided by the Academic Art Museum as well as the Egyptian Museum in Bonn. The former hosts the special exhibition Göttliche Ungerechtigkeit? (Divine Injustice?), while the Egyptian Museum holds the most extensive collection of Egyptian artefacts to be found in the Rhineland.
Academic Art Museum (free entry):
24 May | Evening tours | 20.00-21.00
Meeting point: Foyer of the Akademisches Kunstmuseum, Am Hofgarten 21
Please register at the info point.
General opening hours:
Tuesday 15-17 o'clock
Wednesday 11-17 o'clock
Thursday 15-21 o'clock
Friday 11-17 o'clock
Saturday 11-17 o'clock
Sunday 11-18 o'clock
Egyptian Museum (entry fee 1,50 Euro, on-site):
21 May | 16.00-17.00 (English)
23 May | 13.30-14.30
27 May | 10.00-11.00
Meeting point: Foyer of the Egyptian Museum, Regina-Pacis-Weg 7