The Railroadstation Rolandseck, a classicistic building from the 19th century, situated above the Rhine with a view of the Siebengebirge, the Rolandsbogen and the islands Nonnenwerth and Grafenwerth is a beautiful, elegant, quiet place. In the beginning Liszt, Brahms, Nietzsche, Bismarck, Queen Victoria entertained and were entertained. After the war artists from all over the world met and worked here, people like M. Marceau, the Clown Dimitri, W. Hildesheimer, M. Walser, the Menuhins and others. It is now the Arp Museum, but also has varying exhibitions. The bistro offers tasty food for reasonable prices in an artistic environment. In summertime one can sit outside on the balcony and enjoy the scenery. Every hour a train leaves in the direction of Koblenz and in the direction of Cologne.
Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday 11.00 a.m. to 18.00 p.m.
Entrance fee: 4.-Euro, reduced 2.- Euro
Website: www.arpmuseum.org/html [edit text]
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