Guided tours in English


Guided tours in English
Tuesday, 7.11., 7.15 pm
Sunday, 12.11., 4.15 pm
Tuesday, 14.11., 7.15 pm

Brain food
Guided tour in English & packed lunch
Thursday, 9.11., 12.30 pm
Wednesday, 15.11., 12.30 pm

Speed guided tours_DJ_Drinks
in four exhibitions:
Weather Report. About Weather Culture and Climate Science
Ferdinand Hodler. Early Modern Artist
Dossier Gurlitt. Nazi art and its consequences
Federal price for art students

Wednesday, 15.11, 6-9 pm

Expert guided tours
Leading TV weather presenters stop over at the Bundeskunsthalle

International weather experts explain different weather phenomena and report at first hand on the impact of climate change in their nations. They are members of the global network Climate without Borders , and witnesses of climate change. Farrah Rocque-Carriere, Dominica, looked into the eye of hurricane Maria. ChiMing Peng saw super typhoon Meranti sweep into Taiwan. Silke Hansen, Germany, knows the Frankfurt weather in the year 2100. And belgium weather woman Jill Peeters, founder of Climate without Borders, boosts climate communication all around the globe.
Thursday, 16 November, 3, 4 and 5 pm
Admission free in connection with the ticket to the exhibition. The number of participants is limited. Tickets are available at the cash register on the day of the tour.

Climate without borders, launched in June 2017, is an international network of 140 renown weather presenters whose mission is to spread independent and accurate information on climate change inducing long term behavioral change and improving public understanding of climate science and policy.


Logo: Linon
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Kunst- und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland

Museumsmeile Bonn
Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 4
53113 Bonn
T +49 228 9171–200

Opening hours

Mondays closed
Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 10 a.m.–9 p.m.
Thursdays–Sundays, 10 a.m.–7 p.m.
(including public holidays even those which fall on Mondays)

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