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Internationales Zeitungsmuseum
Pontstraße 13
52062 Aachen
Fon: +49 241 432-4910 (office)
Fon: +49 241 432-4915 (ticket desk)
Fax: +49 241 / 409 06 56
izm@mail.aachen.de
www.izm.de

Opening hours
Tue – Sun 10.00 am – 5.00 pm

 

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 / WC / lift

Guided Tours
Sun 2.00 pm (tour of the museum)
German
Starting point: ticket office
approx. 1 hour
Price: included in admission fee
Other dates by arrangement.

Guided tours for groups
(must be booked in advance)
Language: D, GB, NL, F

Starting point: ticket office

Duration: by arrangement

Price: by arrangement


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 (450 metres) > Rathaus (Town Hall) > Internationales Zeitungsmuseum (International Newspaper Museum)
Car parks: Rathaus (Town Hall)/Mostardstraße, Dom (Cathedral)/Jesuitenstraße

Station Media
Internationales Zeitungsmuseum

The International Newspaper Museum is located in one of Aachen's oldest town houses. It has a collection of historical newspapers unparalleled anywhere else in the world. In the framework of the Route Charlemagne it deals with the theme "Media".

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