Museum “Insel Hombroich”

Museum “Insel Hombroich”

Art and nature unite in perfect harmony in a private museum set in 20 hectares of park and meadowland created by the landscape planner Bernhard Korte.

In this idyllic scenery, the artist Erwin Heerich placed 11 pavillons – each a piece of art in itself – to house other artistic works. The artists Anatol Herzfeld, master pupil of Joseph Beuys, and Gotthard Graubner work on this so-called island.

The collection includes Persian sculptures, Khmer art and Chinese figures dating back to the Han period placed side by side with the works of Gotthard Graubner and Jean Fautrier. The broad range of exhibits includes such famous names as Arp, Brancusi, Calder, Chillida, Klimt, Matisse and Schwitters.

Open every day

Until March 31st: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
From april 1st: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Closed on December 24th and 25th,
December 31st and January 1st

Museum Insel Hombroich

Kapellener Strasse
41472 Neuss-Holzheim
Telefon: +492182-2094

Homepage of the Stiftung Insel Hombroich


Adults € 10,–
Pupils, Students and Disabled € 5,–

Weekends and bank holidays:
Adults € 15,–
Pupils, Students and Disabled € 7,–

How to get there:

Motorway A57,
Exit Neuss-Reuschenberg,
follow the signs
or take the bus lines 869 and 872
from Neuss/bus station