The LEOPOLD-HOESCH-MUSEUM, founded in 1905 and expanded in 2010 with a new building by Peter Kulka, is an art museum with a collection that focuses on Classical Modernism and Expressionism as well as on Constructive Art and Post-war Modernism. In addition to representative works form the collection's holdings, including works by Max Beckmann, Otto Dix, Wassily Kandinsky, Paula Modersohn-Becker and Günther Uecker, the Leopold-Hoesch-Museum presents temporary exhibitions on key positions in international Contemporary Art and on cultural-historical themes. The ceiling painting 'The Conference of the Birds' (2011) by Ulrich Rückriem and Otto Piene's 'Lichtraum' (2010) are on permanent display. In addition to regular lecture and film programmes, the museum offers individual guided tours and workshops.


Hoeschplatz 1
52349 Düren

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Opening Hours

Tue - Sun 10:00h - 17:00h
Thu 10:00h - 19:00h


Adults € 6
Groups € 4
Reduced € 3
Free <18 years and accompanying persons for the severely disabled.

Very Contemporary — Leopold-Hoesch-Museum