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13th Jan. - 1st March closed;
Prof. h.c. Frederik Paulsen donated his collection of paintings to set up this museum. The painting collection impressively reflects the fascination with maritime motifs in the 19th and beginning 20th century showing settings from Bergen in the Netherlands to Bergen in Norway. Based on this collection special exhibitions are organized in cooperation with national and international partners. These special exhibitions create productive dialogues between the historic works of Prof. Paulsen's collection and important positions of European art history as well as contemporary art. Each of the changing special exhibitions is accompanied by a comprehensive programme of events and special offers for children and teens.
8,- €; reduced 4,- €; family ticket 16,- €;
free admission for children up to 12 years;
groups with more than 10 persons, 4,- € per person; school classes 1,- € per person;
annual ticket 50,- €, reduced 30,- €
registered group tours up to 25 people (in german, english, and danish): Mon-Fri 90,- € plus admission; Sat+Sun 120,- € plus admission., different workshops offered for children and teens, art education for school classes of all levels, public guided tours (not for groups, please give notice of your attendance via phone): Tue, Thu and Sun at 3 pm; 4,- € per person plus admission, museum education projects
in-house publications, information booklets, exhibition programmes, exhibition catalogues
The friends, patrons and partners of the Museum Kunst Westküste support the museum's activities and help to establish an active cultural life on the island of Föhr. They contribute to the implementation of a diverse exhibition and events programme on a high level. In addition, they support innovative museum education, e.g. project cooperation between the museum and schools and the involvement of young people in museum work.
Arriving by car
Either take the train to Dagebüll-Mole or drive by car to Dagebüll where you can park your vehicle. From Dagebüll take the ferry to Wyk on Föhr (45 min). From Wyk harbour the 1/11 and 2/22 bus lines or cabs run to Alkersum village which is situated in about 6 kms distance. Alternatively, you can either rent a bicycle in Wyk or take your own car with you to the island. Further information under:
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of the type: Art/Applied Arts
of the region: Nordfriesland