Guided tours

Pedagogical specialists from the Education Service of the Cologne Museums offer a public guided tour of a selected exhibition every Wednesday at 4 pm (in German). 

If you would like to book a guided tour or workshop privately or for a group at a time of your choice, please contact the Education Service at service.museumsdienst@stadt-koeln.de or 0049 221-221-23468. In addition, volunteers from the RJM Support Association offer guided tours through the permanent exhibition free of charge every Saturday and Sunday at 3 p.m. as well as on the first Thursday of the month (“KölnTag”) at 5.30 p.m.


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Sun.

21/07/2024
15:00 Uhr

Der Mensch in seinen Welten – Das Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum im Überblick


Sun.

21/07/2024
15:30 Uhr

RJM’e genel bir bakış (Führung auf türkischer Sprache)


Wed.

24/07/2024
16:00 Uhr

I MISS YOU! Über das Vermissen, Zurückgeben und Erinnern


Sun.

28/07/2024
15:00 Uhr

Der Mensch in seinen Welten – Das Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum im Überblick


Wed.

31/07/2024
16:00 Uhr

Der Mensch in seinen Welten – Das RJM im Überblick


Wed.

31/07/2024
17:00 Uhr

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Thu.

01/08/2024
17:30 Uhr

Der Mensch in seinen Welten – Das Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum im Überblick


Sun.

04/08/2024
15:00 Uhr

Der Mensch in seinen Welten – Das Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum im Überblick


Wed.

07/08/2024
16:00 Uhr

Vielfalt des Glaubens: Religionen


Sun.

11/08/2024
11:00 Uhr

Lass uns feiern!

 

Family tours

Our guided tours for families are fun! Your kids will learn about all the fascinating things you can discover at the RJM – and you learn how best to explore a museum with children. The content is aimed at kids between 6 and 10 (in German).


Sun.

01/09/2024
15:30 Uhr

Людина у своїх світах – Der Mensch in seinen Welten (екскурсія німецькою та українською мовами /Führung in deutscher und ukrainischer Sprache)

 

Guided tours

 Guided tours can be booked for groups and are available in a variety of languages. 

People in Their Worlds: An Overview of the Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum

The exhibition concept of the Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum focuses on thematic units that affect people worldwide, regardless of their geographical origin. The different forms and perspectives with which we as humans deal with these various topics are just as much a part of the tour - as are the experiences and questions of the visitors. The tour is not only intended to provide information about the museum and the objects, but also to address current social and political debates about colonial violence and historical injustice, as well as the associated consequences.

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Diversity of Belief: Hinduism and Buddhism

In the course of history, a multitude of beliefs and world views developed, which have influenced people’s thinking and behaviour. Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism as the largest denominations unite the majority of believers throughout the world. However, the entire richness of religious traditions has yet to be explored. Exemplarily for this abundance, this guided tour focusses on the religious concepts of Hinduism and Buddhism.

 

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Further information

Booking of guided tours and workshops for school classes, groups and individual visitors
service.museumsdienst@stadt-koeln.de

Programme area “Adults":
Andrea Hocke 
andrea.hocke@stadt-koeln.de
Tel. 0221-221-27380

Programme area “Creative Work:
Tim Vermylen 
tim.vermylen@stadt-koeln.de
Tel. 0221-221-24077

Programme area “School":
Regina Kühnelt
regina.kuehnelt@stadt-koeln.de
Tel. 0221-221-23468

Museum School:
Rita Böller
rita.boeller@stadt-koeln.de
Tel. 0221-221-31402

Guided tours of the special exhibition
2 € per person

25 € per groups | schools free of charge