Museum Mile Festival – 2022

 

Finally back again! After a two-year break due to Corona, the Museum Mile Festival will take place on June 4 and 5 in the major museums of the city of Bonn. Behind-the-scenes tours, craft activities, “Ask Me” stations and much more: a diverse program, especially for families, awaits visitors to the Museum Koenig Bonn. Admission is free on both days.

On the Whitsun weekend, the museums of the Museum Mile in Bonn invite you to a big festival. In all five museums, admission is free on both days. The Museum Koenig Bonn opens Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm and presents three special exhibitions: As a highlight “URPFERD 2.0 – Icon from Messel”, as well as the two photo exhibitions “Water Dreams” and “The Seasons”. Many hands-on activities, exciting guided tours and lots of fun are on the program. Visitors can enjoy snacks and drinks in our park on picnic blankets they have brought themselves, especially in good weather.

You can find our complete program in the calendar of events of Museum Koenig Bonn.

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