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Rüschhaus House Museum

Am Rüschhaus 81
48161 Münster-Nienberge

Phone: 02533/1317
Email: info@haus-rueschhaus.de
www.haus-rueschhaus.de

The Rüschhaus House, built between 1745 and 1749 by the Baroque master builder Johann Conrad Schlaun (1695 – 1773) as his own country seat, is both a jewel of late baroque architecture and a memorial to Annette von Droste-Hülshoff (1797 – 1848). While the overall architectural refinement of the estate has the air of a feudal aristocratic residence, the design of the building itself is more like that of a moated rural farmstead.

Annette von Droste-Hülshoff was born at Hülshoff Castle in 1797. The father of the poet and author bought the Rüschhaus House in 1825. Annette von Droste-Hülshoff lived here from 1826 to 1846. The poet called her study and living room the "snail's shell" and it remains unchanged to this day.

Admission:

Admission fees for Rüschhaus House:

Adults EUR 5.00

people eligible for a concession EUR 3.50

children and young people (6 to 17 years) EUR 3.50

school groups EUR 3.50

children under 6 go free

family ticket EUR 13.00

groups (minimum 25 people) EUR 4.50.


Combi ticket for Haus Rüschhaus House and Hülshoff Castle:
Adults EUR 8.00

people eligible for a concession EUR 6.00

children and young people (6 to 17 years) EUR 6.00

school groups EUR 6.00

children under 6 go free

family ticket EUR 20.00

groups (minimum 25 people) EUR 7.00

Guided tours:

The interior of the building can only be visited on a guided tour. The garden is open to the public at all times.

Disabled access:

Nein

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