Free entry for refugees

Out of solidarity with people who have fled from war, we open our doors to refugees. Free admission is unbureaucratic by presenting a valid Ukrainian ID document or corresponding proof at the cash desk for all refugees. This means that exhibitions can be visited free of charge during the regular opening hours Tuesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. until further notice. We also offer guided tours in Ukrainian and Russian.

The offer is valid in

  • Maximilianmuseum

  • Schaezlerpalais

  • Grafisches Kabinett im Höhmannhaus

  • Römerlager im Zeughaus

  • H2 – Zentrum für Gegenwartskunst im Glaspalast

  • Halle 1 – Raum für Kunst im Glaspalast

  • Neue Galerie im Höhmannhaus

  • Leopold-Mozart-Haus

  • Brechthaus



Guided Tours in Ukrainian (ukr) and Russian (ru) language

Экскурсии с гидом на украинском и русском языках

/Meetingpoint Ticketoffice/Место встречи касса музея
 

Guided tours in Ukrainian

  • Maximilianmuseum
    Sun, October 16th , 2 p.m., with Lubava Illyenko M.A.
     
  • Römerlager im Zeughaus
    Sun, November 13th, 2 p.m., with Lubava Illyenko M.A.
     
  • Schaezlerpalais
    Sun, December 18th, 3 p.m., with Lubava Illyenko M.A.


Guided tours in russian

  • Schaezlerpalais
    Sun, October 16th, 3 p.m., with Maria Issinskaya M.A. 
     
  • Maximilianmuseum
    Sun, November 13th, 2 p.m., with Maria Issinskaya M.A. 
     
  • Römerlager im Zeughaus
    Sun, December 11th, 2 p.m., with Maria Issinskaya M.A. 

Solidarity with Ukraine

It is with great shock that we have all been following the destruction and suffering because of the war of Russia in Ukraine for days. A war in Europe with all its unimaginable atrocities that we unequivocally condemn!

All our sympathy and solidarity goes to the people of Ukraine.
And also to all those who stand up for peace and humanity in Russia, here in Augsburg and everywhere!

It is therefore important for us as the Kunstsammlungen & Museen Augsburg to maintain our open attitude towards different world views and cultures.
Art knows no national borders.
We appreciate the different perspectives and the exchange across all borders.

Die Leitungsrunde der Kunstsammlungen & Museen Augsburg
Dr. Christof Trepesch, Dr. Thomas Elsen, Dr. Christoph Emmendörffer, Dr. Sebastian Gairhos, Manfred Hahn, Monika Harrer-Jalsovec, Kerstin Lidl, Manuela Wagner 


How can I help?

Further Informations you can find here
https://www.augsburg.de/ukraine

 


LECTURE SERIES

Schaezlerpalais 
 

UKRAINE & GERMANY
Lecture series with Nina Petruk M.A. on the relations between Germany and Ukraine. The events will be held in Ukrainian

  • Ukraine - Germany over time. Urbanism
    Wed, November 16, 4 p.m
     
  • The influence of german science on the development of masonry architecture in Ukraine
    Wed, December 14, 4 p.m
     

NEW EXHIBITON

Neue Galerie im Höhmannhaus


FOCUS UKRAINE
ALEXANDER CHEKMENEV ∙ SERGEY MELNITCHENKO ∙ VIKTORIA SOROCHINSKI

Exhibition: 26.05. - 30.10.2022, Free Entry
In cooperation with the foundation 'Peace for Art', Neue Galerie im Höhmannhaus presents three positions of current artistic photography from Ukraine. With a clear, undisguised view and in great atmospheric density, the works of all three participants appear documentary and artistically brilliant at the same time. The existential threat to the country, which is under attack from Russian aggression, is reflected in their photographs, as are descriptions of poverty, isolation and social hardship
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