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Barlach Art Museum Wedel

Ernst Barlachs' house of birth was opened as a museum in August 1987 after extensive renovation and shows two to three changing exhibitions per year. The Barlach Artmuseum Wedel considers itself as a vibrant place for critical debate on art and culture from classical modernism to the present. Thus, topics of historical and current importance are regularly presented. The museum shows renowned artists and collections from Germany as well as international art and icons of popular culture. In addition, the museum has a representative collection of sculptures, drawings, woodcuts, lithographs, letters and manuscripts by Ernst Barlach, which are exhibited from time to time in various thematic contexts.

Opening hours and admission fees

Open Wednesday to Sunday from 11:00 to 18:00. Monday and Tuesday closed.

Admission: 10,00 €, reduced 8,00 €, groups from 10 persons 8,00 € p. P

Please always check our cover page for current changes, programs, and closing periods due to exhibition constructions.

For personal inquiries and group registrations you can reach us at phone: +49 (0)4103 - 918291 or send an e-mail to:

Accessibility: Exhibitions are shown on three floors. Unfortunately we currently do not have an elevator.

Getting here:

Barlach Art Museum Wedel, Mühlenstrasse 1, 22880 Wedel

The museum does not have its own parking spaces. Parking in the immediate vicinity is possible. Arrival by public transport via S-Bahn line S1, station S Wedel.