Visiting

Couven-Museum
Hühnermarkt 17
52062 Aachen
Fon: +49 241 432 4421
Fax: +49 241 432-4959
info@couven-museum.de
www.couven-museum.de

Opening hours
Tue – Sun 10.00 am – 5.00 pm
The building may be closed to the public due to special events. Please check in advance at the museum ticket office (Fon: +49 241 432 4421) or on www.couven-museum.de

Admission:
Admission for adults is 6,00 Euro (concessions 3,00 Euro). For particularly special exhibitions, the admission fee may be increased to a maximum of 15 Euro.
Admission to all communal museums is free for guests aged 21 and under.

New!
Museum card “Six for six”: For 14,00/10,00 Euro you get one admission each to the Suermondt Ludwig Museum, the Ludwig Forum, the Centre Charlemagne, the Couven Museum, the International Newspaper Museum and the Town Hall, valid for a period of six months. The Museum Card is available in all Aachen Museums and can also be ordered by +49 241 432-4922, -4923 en -4925 or e-mail to: kulturservice@mail.aachen.de

 

Accessibility
Barrier-free access to the ground floor, no barrier-free access to the upper floors

 

Guided Tours
Sat 3.00 pmSun 11.15 am (tour of the museum)
Language: German
Duration: approx. 1 hour
Price: included in admission fee
Other dates by arrangement

 

Guided tours for groups
(Please book in advance)
Languages: D, GB, NL, F
Starting point: foyer
Duration: approx. 1 hour

 

Guided Tours
Information and Booking
Kunst- und Kulturvermittlung der Route Charlemagne
Johannes-Paul-II.-Straße 1
52062 Aachen
Fon: +49 241 432 4998
Fax: +49 241 432 4989
museumspaedagogik@mail.aachen.de

 

Getting here
Bus: from Aachen Hauptbahnhof/Main Railway Station all bus lines in the direction of Bushof/Town Centre to bus stop Elisenbrunnen – continue on foot (400 metres) > Couven-MuseumCar parks: Rathaus (Town Hall)/Mostardstraße, Dom (Cathedral)/Jesuitenstraße

Station Living culture
Couven Museum

The Couven-Museum offers an insight into upper-middle-class lifestyle after the town fire of 1656. It shows living rooms and furnishings from the 17th to the 19th centuries and in this way complements the stations "History" and "Living culture" on the Route Charlemagne.

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