Gustav Lübcke Museum in Hamm is one of 200 museums Ruhr region. In the art museum, you can expect works of Egyptian art, exhibits on prehistory and ancient history, the history of the city and applied art and art from the twentieth century.The museum’s exterior already stands out thanks to its vibrant architecture. The complex was designed at the beginning of the 90s by the Danish architects Jorgen Bo and Vilhelm Wohlert. Inside, the exhibition rooms are grouped around a lobby flooded with light.
Handle and have a go in the children’s and youth museum
Gustav Lübcke Museum also houses and a free children’s and youth museum that follows the motto ‘Handle and Have a Go’. In the children’s and youth museum, there are activity-orientated exhibitions specially designed for young visitors: The aim is to spark curiosity, provide experiences for the head, heart and hand and to learn something at the same time. Gustav Lübcke Museum’s exhibition programme is very varied.The programme ranges from archaeological to cultural and historical content to scientific and experimental topics. Pay a visit to the museum, whether as part of a city break in the Ruhr region or as a day trip.