Networking evening

Friday, 19 February 2016, 20:15

In addition to an intense high-quality programme we would like to invite you to join us at Mühlenhof open-air Museum. Take the opportunity to round off the day in a relaxed atmosphere and catch up with colleagues or make new contacts.

On approximately five hectare site visitors can view 30 large and small buildings from the 16th to 19th centuries. The majority of the original buildings have been converted into open air museum from their original locations in rural Muensterland and Emsland. Some have been reconstructed from old models. The houses are decorated with antique item which give an idea of the habits and lifestyle and working methods of the people who were here once at home. 

Mühlenhof open-air Museum in Muenster 
Theo-Breider Route 1 
48149 Muenster
www.muehlenhof-muenster.org

Price: € 70 (€ 40 reduced fee for PhD students, technicians, retired members, nursing staff and students)

How to get there

The Mühlenhof Open-Air Museum is about 3 to 4 km away from city centre.

By car or bus

Please follow the city signs for the Mühlenhof open-air museum. At the Museum is plenty of free parking for cars and buses.

By bus

From central station and city centre: Take the line 14 direction “Zoo” to stop “Mühlenhof” (15–20 min.). From there 5–10 min walk to the museum entrance.

From central station: Take the line 4 to the stop “Torminbrücke” (10 min.). From there 10–15 min walk through the gardens at Lake Aasee. 

On foot

Why not join the museum visit with a stroll? If you enjoy walking it requires from the city centre up to the museum about half an hour. The delightful walks through the park on the banks of Lake Aasee lead the way past several works of art that have come with every 10-yearly “Skulptur Projekte” exhibitions to Muenster.