- Address: Kolumbastrasse 4, 50667 Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
- Timings: 12:00 pm - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +49-2219331930
- Ticket Price: 5 EUR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Art Museums, Religious Site, Ancient Ruin, Family And Kids
The Kolumba museum was primarily a Gothic cathedral, the ruins of which are now incorporated within the museum. The best noticeable feature of the Kolumba museum is the unforced blend of art, architecture and of course heritage that comes together so well to make the Kolumba one of the most visited museums of the city. One of the oldest museums of the city, the Kolumba focuses on religious displays; it serves as a tribute to the Gothic, Roman and Medieval history, from Late Antiquity to the modern world.
- Children up to 18 yrs – Free
- Adults – 5 Euros
- Reduced – 3 Euros
- Annual Card – 20 Euros
- Appellhofplatz (Subway station)
- Hauptbahnhof (Subway station)
- Alfredo (Italian cuisine served)
- Das kleine Steakhaus (steakhouse)
- Fassbender (breakfast recommended)
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6.76% of people who visit Cologne include Kolumba in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
48.44% of people start their Kolumba visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Kolumba
54.1% of people prefer walking in order to reach Kolumba
My favorite Spot in Köln, I make sure to visit this museum every time I am there - I am in love with the architecture of the building, I always enjoy walking in. The staff working there is super friendly and being in this museum gives you always a good feeling. The reading room inside the museum is a place where you can enjoy reading and thinking.
Lovely building. Beautiful in every way. The staff are a disgrace. I've never seen such rudeness at closing time. They deserve to be fired en masse.
A modern museum, showing history and art that originates from the first through 21st century.
You can just even visit it for its architecture. Masterpiece of Peter Zumptor, incredible example of how to integrate history with contemporary approach!
Awesome exhibition, I highly recommend it.