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Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck

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  • Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck
    / Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck
    Photo: Luca Lamonte-Austin/Romantischer Rhein Tourismus
  • / Bistro Interieur No. 253
    Photo: Dominik Ketz/Rheinland-Pfalz Tourismus GmbH
  • / Ausstellung
    Photo: Dominik Ketz/Rheinland-Pfalz Tourismus GmbH
  • / Ausstellung_
    Photo: Dominik Ketz/Rheinland-Pfalz Tourismus GmbH
Der klassizistische Bahnhof Rolandseck aus dem Jahr 1856 war Endpunkt einer Privatbahn, die ab Köln verkehrte. Sein prächtiger Festsaal war schon Mitte des vorigen Jahrhunderts Treffpunkt der Gesellschaft und Schauplatz der Kulturgeschichte am Rhein. Der Bahnhof Rolandseck ist heute durch eine Verbindung unter den Bahngleisen hindurch mit dem von Richard Meier entworfenen Museumsneubau auf den Rheinhöhen verbunden. Hier sind Werke von Hans Arp, Sophie Taeuber-Arp sowie internationale Gegenwartskunst und regelmäßige Wechselausstellungen zu sehen. Ebenso finden dort groß angelegte Ausstellungen mit Werken der „Sammlung Rau für UNICEF“ statt.-
www.arpmuseum.org
The classical station Rolandseck. dating from 1856, was the terminus of a private railway coming from Cologne. For a long time it has served as a cultural meeting place on the Rhine. After its renovation, the station, and the new museum designed by Richard Meier, will merge to be "ARP MUSEUM Bahnhof Rolandseck". Hans Arp, Sophie Taeuber-Arp and international contemporary artists will be exhibited in here. www.arpmuseum.org <http: www.arpmuseum.org/>

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Open Jun 18, 2018 through Sep 01, 2025 from Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat and Sun 11:00–17:00 .

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Coordinates

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50.631511, 7.207245
DMS
50°37'53.4"N 7°12'26.1"E
UTM
32U 373213 5610382
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Disability access

Badge Accessibility-certified
Accessibility-certified

  • Parking for people with disabilities
  • Step-free access to the building/object/terrain (via elevator/ramp if necessary)
  • All other rooms and facilities available to the guests are infinitely accessible by elevator or ramp
  • 90 cm minimum width of all passageways/doors
  • 80 cm minimum width of all passageways/doors
  • 70 cm minimum width of all passageways/doors
  • Toilets for people with disabilities
  • Lateral accessible toilet for a wheelchair
  • Hinged grab rail in the toilet at least on the accessible side

All areas relevant for testing meet the quality criteria of the label "Accessibility certified - accessible for people with walking disabilities and wheelchair users".  

Some information on accessibility are listed below. For more descriptions please see „Detailed information“.

  • There is a marked parking space for people with disabilities (parking space size: 350 cm x 550 cm; distance to entrance approx. 40 m).
  • The path from the car park to the entrance is easy to walk and drive on.
  • The width of the entrance door is 180 cm, access to the building is threshold-free and stepless.
  • The cash register is 103 cm high at the lowest or highest point. There is another possibility of communication while sitting.
  • There is a cash register passageway with a passage width of 150 cm.
  • The exhibition area extends over several floors. The building and the floors are stepless, accessible either via an elevator (cab size 250 cm x 400 cm) in the new building or via a platform lift (platform size 120 cm x 130 cm) in the old building.
  • The doors and passageways of the relevant areas are at least 88 cm wide.
  • Aids offered: folding stools and wheelchairs for rent

Exhibition rooms in the new building

  • The minimum passage width in the exhibition rooms is 150 cm. Passages are at least 88 cm wide.
  • The exhibits and important information are predominately visible in a sitting position.

Toilet for people with disabilities at the entrance

  • The passage width of the entrance door is 94 cm.
  • The manoeuvring spaces next to the toilet are on the left 140 cm x 70 cm, on the right 120 cm x 70 cm, in front of the toilet or the washbasin 200 cm x 200 cm.
  • The toilet is accessible from both sides and there are handles which can be folded up.
  • The washbasin is wheelchair compatible and the mirror can be seen while sitting or standing.
  • There is an alarm cord at a height of 15 cm.

Toilet for people with disabilities on the ground floor of the new building

  • The passage width of the entrance door is 96 cm.
  • The manoeuvring spaces next to the toilet are on the left 95 cm x 70 cm, on the right 97 cm x 70 cm, in front of the toilet or the washbasin 150 cm x 200 cm.
  • The toilet is accessible from both sides and there are handles which can be folded up.
  • The washbasin is wheelchair compatible and the mirror can be seen while sitting or standing.
  • There is an alarm cord at a height of 15 cm.

Guided tours

  • Guided tours are offered for people with walking disabilities and wheelchair users. Reservation is required.
  • The tour guides are trained in such a way that people with walking disabilities or people in wheelchairs can take part in the tours.
Audit Report: PDF report on accessibility for Walking disability and wheelchair users

Some information on accessibility are listed below. For more descriptions please see „Detailed information“.

  • There is no audio induction loop.
  • Information on the exhibits is provided in written form and acoustically in the exhibition.
  • An outgoing emergency call in the elevator as well as in the entire building is confirmed acoustically. Alternatively, there is a staircase.
  • Aids offered: sound amplifier

Guided tours

  • Guided tours in sign language are offered for people with hearing impairment and deaf people. Reservation is required.
Audit Report: PDF report on accessibility for Hearing impaired and deaf
  • Visually contrasting step edges
  • Assistance dogs are welcome

Some information on accessibility are listed below. In the separate document "detailed information" detailed descriptions are available to you.

  • Assistance dogs are allowed.
  • Name and logo of the establishment are clearly recognizable from the outside.
  • The entrance area is visually contrasted with the surrounding area and can be recognized by a tactile change of floor covering.
  • In the exhibition, information about the exhibits is conveyed in written form and acoustically. There is an audio guide.
  • The exhibits and the corresponding information are visually rich in contrast to their surroundings.
  • The staircase in the new building between the exhibition levels has visually rich in contrast step markings. There is a one-sided handrail.
  • Information is not available in Braille or prismatic writing.

Guided tours

  • Guided tours for visually impaired and blind people are offered. Reservation is required.
Audit Report: PDF report on accessibility for Visually impaired and blind

Some information on accessibility are listed below. For more descriptions please see „Detailed information“.

  • The name and logo of the company are clearly recognizable from the outside.
  • The cash register is directly visible from the entrance.
  • Information is conveyed in written form and acoustically in the exhibition. There is an audio guide.
  • There is no information in easy language or in pictorial form.

Guided tours

  • Guided tours and workshops are offered for people with cognitive impairments. Reservation is required.
Audit Report: PDF report on accessibility for Cognitive disability
This audit report was prepared by: Reisen für Alle
Certification period: May 01, 2017 - April 30, 2021

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Descent
9.1 km
2:42 h
326 m
326 m
6.2 km
1:44 h
197 m
81 m
3.8 km
1:04 h
79 m
144 m
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Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck

Hans-Arp-Allee 1
53424 Remagen-Rolandseck
Phone (0049) 2228 94250 Fax (0049) 2228 942521

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Distance 6.2 km
Duration 1:44 h
Ascent 197 m
Descent 81 m

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Remagen-Oberwinter Nr. 1
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Distance 3.8 km
Duration 1:04 h
Ascent 79 m
Descent 144 m

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