52062 Aachen
Fon: +49 241 432 7310

Opening hours
Daily 10.00 am – 18.00 pm
Individual rooms or the Town Hall as a whole may be closed to the public due to special events.

Single visitors: 6,00 Euro / concessions 3,00 Euro
Groups (of 8 p. or more): 3,00 Euro p.p. / concessions 2,00 Euro p.p.
Family ticket: 10,00 Euro


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:

Barrier-free access with door intercom (on the right of the stairs) and barrier-free toilets

AIXplorer: 2,00 Euro / concessions (pupils, students): 1,50 Euro

Guided tours for individual visitors
(01.04. – 31.12.):
Sat + Sun 10.30 am
Language: D
Starting point: Foyer of the Town Hall
Single visitor: 10,00 Euro / concessions 7,50 Euro

Guided tours for groups
80,00 Euro + admission fee to Town Hall / 18,00 Euro supplement for foreign language tours
Groups of up to 25 persons

Reservation for guided tours for groups
aachen tourist service e.v.
Atrium Elisenbrunnen
52062 Aachen
Fon: +49 241 180 2960 + 61

Getting here
from Aachen Hauptbahnhof/Main Railway Station all bus lines in the direction of Bushof/Town Centre to bus stop Elisenbrunnen – continue on foot (300 metres) > Rathaus/Town Hall
Car parks: Rathaus (Town Hall)/Mostardstraße, Dom (Cathedral)/Jesuitenstraße

Station Power

Aachen's Town Hall has stood on the foundations of Charlemagne's King's Hall since 1349. It was built as an expression of the aspirations of the medieval town and also served as the celebration hall for the coronation banquets of the German kings, which had previously taken place in the King's Hall.

As a station on the Route Charlemagne, it documents the history of the city and deals with the theme "Power".



To the next station

Die Sparkasse Aachen unterstützt die Stadt Aachen bei der Erhaltung des Rathauses.