One of ten accessible sculptures by the sculptor Erwin Heerich is surrounded by a watercourse in the landscape, © Tourismus NRW e.V.

A day at Mu­seum in­sel Hom­broi­ch & a night at the rock­et sta­tion

Stif­tung In­sel Hom­broi­ch

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A group tour of an ex­cep­tion­al re­cre­ation area on the Lower Rhine. Art, nature, ar­chi­tec­ture and world his­tory com­bine for un­for­get­able ex­per­i­ences.

Museum Insel Hombroich is a special place far removed from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The ethos of this island museum is to let visitors find their own way around rather than overloading them with information. Museum Insel Hombroich is designed for leisurely discovery and unforgettable experiences where art meets nature.

Individual tours can be booked during a visit, with an artist guiding you through the museum and explaining the backgrounds of exhibits.

Your accommodation is located right beside Museum Insel Hombroich: the “Kloster” guesthouse at the Hombroich rocket station is a unique place to spend the night.

The collection housed at Museuminsel Hombroich includes oriental art, archaeological artefacts and works by Jean Fautrier, Lovis Corinth, Alexander Calder, Hans Arp, Henri Matisse, Yves Klein and Gotthard Graubner. The museum also has a significant collection of pieces by Kurt Schwitters.

The painter Gotthard Graubner conceived ten pavilions to present the collection. He set about establishing a dialogue between art and cultural objects spanning two millennia and regarded this as a work in itself. Graubner believed that labels were a disruptive influence; he wanted the works to convey their own historico-cultural significance without the use of information plaques. Museum Insel Hombroich still follows this ethos today.

The pavilions designed by the sculptor Erwin Heerich are lit purely by daylight, which bathes the exhibits in a different light depending on the time of day or year.


Included in the group package

  • Admission to the Museum Insel Hombroich
  • Admission to the temporary exhibitions (on weekends)
  • One night accommodation in “Kloster” guesthouse at Hombroich rocket station
  • Visit to the Hombroich rocket station


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Travel period

01.01.2024 - 31.12.2024

Duration in days



EUR 95.00 per room and night

Rooms in the “Kloster” guest house can be booked as single or double rooms (requests are processed Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.)

Entrance fees must be paid separately at the respective cash desks of the Hombroichs institutions.

Museum Entry (Without Overnight Stay)

EUR 15.00 per person (daily, regular)

EUR 7.50 per person (daily, reduced)

Additional information

Transport: Museuminsel Hombroich can be reached by rail, car or bike.

Parking: Free parking spaces are available at Museum Insel Hombroich and Hombroich rocket station.

Accessibility: Museuminsel Hombroich is not fully accessible.

Opening hours

Museum Insel Hombroich is open daily, including Mondays

  • 1 April to 30 September: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m
  • 1 October to 31 March: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m

The museum is closed on 24, 25 and 31 December and on 1 January.

The exhibition space of the Langen Foundation can also be visited at Hombroich rocket station.

The Hombroich rocket station is freely accessible to pedestrians daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Images and videos

Be inspired: images of your NRW

The Tower, a walk-in sculpture by Erwin Heerich in the Museum Insel Hombroich, © Tomas Riehle/Arturimages
The courtyard of the guest house, © Tomas Riehle/Arturimages
Gotthard Graubner's Gegenfeuer (1984-86), on view at the Museum Insel Hombroich, © Tomas Riehle/Arturimages
The dining and meeting room in the guest house Kloster at Raketenstation Hombroich, © Tomas Riehle/Arturimages
A guest room in the guest house, © Tomas Riehle/Arturimages
The view of the Hohe Galerie, a walk-in sculpture by Erwin Heerich, in the floodplain landscape at Museum Insel Hombroich, © Tomas Riehle/Arturimages
One of ten accessible sculptures by the sculptor Erwin Heerich is surrounded by a watercourse in the landscape, © Tourismus NRW e.V.
An aerial view of the rocket station Hombroich (2013), © Sichtflug / Stiftung Museum Insel Hombroich

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Inquire directly at: Stif­tung In­sel Hom­broi­ch

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