Villa Huegel, Essen
Villa Huegel, Essen - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Essen-Bredeney, 45133 Essen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Ticket Price: 5 EUR
Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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About Villa Huegel, Essen
This beautiful mansion is located in Bredeney , that now belonged in the modern city of Essen. It was built by Alfred Krupp and had been the residence of the Krupp family (the famous industrialists) from 1873 to 1945. At present, it house the offices of the Kulturstiftung Ruhr (Ruhr Cultural Foundation). You can visit around the furnished private quarters of the main building that are open for public visits. Sometimes, concerts on special occasions, international art shows are held in these sectors. Check their official website to learn about the schedule of these events.
Also pay a visit to the guesthouse which now has been turned into an exhibition that exhibit historical information of the Krupp family and their company.
Villa Huegel Information
- School groups need to make prior appointment for group visit.
Villa Huegel Ticket Prices
- Annual Ticket - 50€
- Children (upto 14 years of age) – free
- Members of the ThyssenKrupp company – free
- Staff of the Alfried Krupp – free
- Group tour (maximum 20 people) -60€
Villa Huegel Opening and Closing Hours
- Guided Tour – 90 minutes
How To reach Villa Huegel by Public Transport
- By Car
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Beautiful place, but the price has been raised to 5 EUR/p - it was 3 early.
There are many old every day utensils displayed and the original inventory is still nice looking and in a good condition. I suggest a visit to any tourist, especially from abroad.
I really liked it. They have a nice collection of tapestry of Raphael Cartoons showing scenes from Gospels and Apostles. I liked it overall with the guide telling us the story of the family line. It is a must see.
Has visited the villa, its a massive listed building worth visiting especially by every conservative soul that believes in preservation. A popular site in Essen. A visit will convince you. Enjoy the site and the history behind it. August 2015 was my third visit to the site in three years.
A place from recent history full of beauty, love and over all, hard work...