Visit Adenauer's house and garden.
Find out more in the exhibition.
Entry and guided tours are free

Opening hours

General opening hours

May to September:
Tues - Sun 10.00 am - 6.00 pm
Closed on Mondays

October to April:
Tues - Sun 10.00 am - 4.30 pm
Closed on Mondays

Opening hours on public holidays

Closed on 24, 25, 26, 31 December, 1 January, Carnival weekend including “Rosenmontag”, Easter Monday.

Open on “Weiberfastnacht” and on Whit Monday

Entry and guided tours are free

House & Garden


April to October:
Garden open
House can only be visited as part of a guided tour

November to March:
Garden and house can only be visited as part of a guided tour

Further information

Guided tours

Public guided tours

11 am, 1 pm, 2 pm and 3 pm
May to September: also 5 pm

For individuals and small groups of up to 9 people.



Guided tours for groups

each for 10-20 people

Let us know your requirements here.



A group must consist of at least 10 persons. If there are more than 20 participants, the group will be split. Please consider that additional guests may join your group.

Information for your visit

How to find us

Stiftung Bundeskanzler-Adenauer-Haus
Konrad-Adenauer-Straße 8c
53604 Bad Honnef-Rhöndorf
Tel. 02224/921-234

Google Maps

Rhöndorf stop (10 min walk)
Train: RE 8/ RB 27
Underground: Line 66
The way to the museum is signposted (Google Maps).

B 42 between Koblenz and Bonn, Rhöndorf exit

  • Visitors’ car park Rhöndorfer Straße 30, next to the fire station (10 min walk) 
  • Stop for coaches on Rhöndorfer Straße 30, next to the fire station 
  • Car park for buses at Bad Honnef railway station and at the final stop of Line 66 (10 minutes by car to the stop)

Please note that access to Adenauer’s house and garden is only possible via an ascent with lots of steps. The exhibition has a lift and seating options.
We want to cater for the needs of all our visitors. We have special offers for guests with disabilities. 
Please contact us to make an appointment at museumspaedagogik(at)adenauerhaus.de

The consumption of food and drinks is only permitted in the garden and in our cafeteria. A water dispenser and a coffee machine are available for you there.
Close to the museum (10 min walk) you will find two bakeries and numerous eateries.

Photography and filming is permitted for private use, but without flash, lamps, tripod or selfie sticks. The person taking the photographs or filming is responsible for observing copyrights or ownership rights.
Photographs for commercial purposes or for publication are only permitted by prior consent. Please contact us at museumspaedagogik(at)adenauerhaus.de

The cloakroom is freely accessible and is not guarded. For groups, we offer a separate storage area for coats, bags and rucksacks.

Prams and baby carriers may be taken into the exhibition. Lifts take you to the various levels. There is a nappy-changing table in the exhibition building.

You can use WLAN free of charge in our museum. You can obtain the access data at the information desk in the entrance area.

The Exhibition “Konrad Adenauer 1876-1967. Rhinelander, German, European” can be explored with a media guide. Choose between the 360° tour, number dialling and a list view!

Click here for the media guide

There is a smoking ban in the entire museum area, including in the garden.

With the exception of assistance dogs and guide dogs, animals are not permitted in our museum.

Guided Tours and workshops

Adenauerhaus is a place of learning about the history of democracy with a wide-ranging programme: The educational programme is free and is suitable for all types of schools and age groups.

Click here for the educational offers

Exhibition, garden and house

What can you see and experience when you visit us?

Further Information

eine Hand hält ein Smartphone an einem Gimbal, im Hintergrund sieht man Fotos von Adenauer und Ausstellungsobjekte

Discover Adenauer digitally
Click here for information on digital services

Click here for information on digital services