St. Cäcilien



Located in the midst of Cologne’s inner city, the Museum Schnütgen invites visitors to immerse themselves in the fascinating world of the Middle Ages. The museum is housed in one of Cologne’s oldest churches, the Romanesque Cäcilienkirche, where medieval works of art unfold all of their majesty in an impressive exhibition. In addition to one-of-a-kind sculptures and precious artefacts, visitors can admire rare textiles and stained-glass windows from a period spanning eight centuries and discover many rich facets of the Middle Ages.

The silence and aura of the Romanesque Cäcilienkirche invites you to experience the works of art in their spiritual charisma and beauty.

Useful Information


Dayoff: Monday

General Information

  • Parking Available

  • Bus stop available


  • Bad Weather Offer

  • Suitable for any weather

  • for Groups

  • for Class

  • for families

  • for individual guests

  • Suitable for the Elderly


The museum is wheelchair accessible. The main entrance on Cäcilienstraße provides barrier-free access to the museum foyer with its ticket office, information desk and store. From the designated parking spaces in the Cäcilienstraße parking garage, you can reach the foyer directly by elevator.
The checkroom and a handicapped-accessible restroom are located in the basement of the building and can be reached by elevator.

The special exhibition hall for temporary exhibitions is easily accessible from the foyer.

You will find seating in all exhibition areas. Folding chairs as walking aids or wheelchairs can be borrowed at the information desk.

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Parking facilities

Stop: Neumarkt
- Streetcar: 1, 3, 4, 7, 9, 16, 18
- Bus: 136, 146

Underground car park Cäcilienstraße (directly below the Museum Schnütgen)

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