From exhibition catalogues to posters, postcards and beautiful things for everyday life - our museum shop has an offer ready for you so that your visit to the Käthe Kollwitz Museum Köln will be a lasting memory.
The Café Riese, the Café Tentazioni or the Italian restaurant Verdi - the offers in the Neumarkt Passage are varied and have something for everyone. That is why the Käthe Kollwitz Museum does not have its own museum café.
However, admission to the museum is a day ticket, so that you can continue your visit at any time after a refreshment outside the exhibition rooms.
All information about the exhibits can be found in detailed texts next to the works - both in the permanent collection and in the special exhibitions. The museum therefore does not offer an audio guide.
Free lockers are available for your wardrobe.
- Jackets, bags (larger than DIN A4), backpacks, umbrellas and other larger items must be handed in.
- A separate cloakroom is available for storing suitcases and trolleys.
- It is not permitted to wear clothes over your arm in the exhibition rooms.
- The consumption of food and beverages as well as the carrying of liquids is not permitted in the exhibition rooms.
Access to the museum is barrier-free. The exhibition rooms and levels are accessible via an elevator.
A handicapped accessible toilet is located in the Neumarkt Passage.
Persons with a disabled person's pass, in which a "B" is entered, receive free entry for the accompanying person.