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By public transport:
Ten minutes by bus no. 683 from Wuppertal-Vohwinkel (train station), stop “Gräfrath.”

How to get here

By car:
Four minutes from the A46; exit Haan-Ost; follow signs for “Solingen-Zentrum,” then “Kunstmuseum Solingen”; parking at “Dycker Feld.”

Group Visits

School classes and children’s groupsfor educational museum events:
€2 per person

Private group tour:
€60 (up to 25 people)

Public guided tours

Every Sunday at 11:30 am – guided tour of the permanent exhibition

Every Sunday at 2:00 pm – guided tour of the temporary exhibition

Throughout the year, we welcome you to the museum for various events. Every Sunday, the Center for Persecuted Arts offers public guided tours of the museum, its collections, and its current temporary exhibitions. No reservations are required for the public tour. The tour is included in the price of admission. The meeting point is in the foyer near the ticket counter.

You are also welcome to request a private guided tour. Tours are scheduled to last one hour but can be tailored to meet individual needs. We also offer tours in Turkish and English.

Contact us at:
or 0212 / 258 14 18.


For wheelchair users and people with limited mobility, there is barrier-free access at the side entrance of the building by arrangement.

Please note that, unfortunately, all access routes are paved with cobblestones. There are ground-level washrooms and a disabled WC in the basement. Parking is available nearby in front of the building. If you are planning to visit us and have any questions about accessibility, arrival and departure, or the layout of the current exhibitions, please contact us at: 0212 / 258 14 18 or

Reduced Admission

  • Students,pupils, and trainees (with ID)
  • Groups of 10 or more
  • Holders of the Solingen Pass or an equivalent document from another city, e.g., Düsselpass
  • Members of the NRW Foundation
  • Holdersof the Ehrenamtskarte NRW

Free Admission

  • Visitors 18 and under
  • Holders of a Nansen Pass, proof of arrival, travel document for refugees, residence permit
  • Two accompanying adults for school groups
  • Severely disabled persons (with ID) and one accompanying person
  • Cardholding members of: ICOM, Deutscher Museumsbund, Federal Association of Museum Educators, Association of German Art Historians, Association of Restorers, representatives of the press





Toni Ebel 1881–1961

Malerin – eine Spurensuche

Toni Ebel gilt als eine der Vorreiter:innen in der Repräsentation von trans* Identitäten in der Kunst des 20. Jahrhunderts. Sie ging mutig und selbstbestimmt ihren Weg.

Posterausstellung „Now You See Me Moria“



Ausstellungs-Eröffnung und Podiumsgespräch Flucht-Kunst-Empowerment

Auftaktveranstaltung zur Woche der seelischen Gesundheit

Zur Woche der seelischen Gesundheit in Solingen zeigt das Zentrum für verfolgte Künste die Poster-Ausstellung „Now You See Me Moria“ über das Leben im ehemaligen Camp Moria auf Lesbos.

Reproduktionen verschollener Gemälde von Toni Ebel, darunter ein Selbstportrait (oben Mitte). Foto: Daniela Tobias



Öffentliche Sonntagsführung zu „Toni Ebel 1881-1961“

Auf den Spuren einer Vorreiter:in in der Repräsentation von trans* Identitäten

Die von der Magnus-Hirschfeld-Gesellschaft konzipierte Ausstellung gibt im Zentrum für verfolgte Künste ausführliche Einblicke in Leben, Werk und Wirken Toni Ebels.