Museum Island Hombroich

Local nameMuseum Insel Hombroich
LocationHolzheim, Neuss, Germany

The Museum Insel Hombroich, Neuss, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, is both a park and a museum combining architecture, art and nature on over 62 acres of meadowland. The park includes the "Kirkeby-Feld" and the "Raketenstation", a disused NATO missile base. The museum located on the Museum Island is called "Museum Insel Hombroich". It presents both antique art from Asia and modern art. The Museum and the grounds around it are part of the "Stiftung Insel Hombroich", which was founded in 1996.

The inception of the Museum Insel Hombroich occurred in 1982 when real estate agent and art collector Karl Heinrich Müller purchased Rosa Haus, an overgrown industrialist's villa with garden, which was built in 1816. Müller's intention was to support local artists and architects.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Museum_Insel_Hombroich

Official Website https://www.inselhombroich.de/

Email stiftung@inselhombroich.de

Phone +49 2182 8874000

Address 41472, Germany

Coordinates 51°8'39.939" N 6°39'28.009" E

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