In the middle of picturesque grounds lies Konrad Adenauer’s residence preserved in original condition. Guided tours give a lively impression of the lifestyle of the first post-war German Chancellor and familiarise the visitor with his political thought.
Alongside that, the permanent exhibit in the modern foundation building provides concrete information, through a multitude of photographs, documents and mementos, about Adenauer’s long life and his influence during four epochs of German history.
Residence and permanent exhibit provide a trip through time into the events of German and European history in the 19th and 20th centuries. They allow you to discover the private man Konrad Adenauer as well as the politician and statesman: the husband and father of a family, the friend of gardens and lover of roses, the tinkerer and inventor, the admirer of religious art and classical music, the enthusiastic reader of detective stories and passionate boccie player – and much more ...
Thematic guided tours and special event days, school class projects and children’s vacation activities offer a varied programme for visitors.
October to April: Tuesday to Sunday 10 to 16:30 o’clock
May to September: Tuesday to Sunday 10 to 18 o’clock
Closed on 24th, 25th, 26th and 31st December, 1st January and on Carnival Days.
Open on Whit Monday.
The permanent exhibit is accessible without a guided tour.
Guided tours to the residence at any time requested
October to April: until 16 o’clock
May to September: until 17:15 o’clock
Groups of more than 10 persons are asked to make an appointment.