Mon Chronicle



The Mon Chronicle, a decentralized city museum, links and stages the historical sites and sights of the city of Monheim am Rhein.

With the free Mon Chronicle app, visitors go on a very personal and interactive tour of discovery, during which they use augmented reality to follow the tracks of the well-known Monheimer Gänseliesel through the city. Whether the eel fishing museum, the Ulla Hahn mini-museum "Hilla's reading shed", an interactive exhibition in the carnival cabinet on the Rhenish carnival tradition, the fairytale Marienburg with Marienburgpark and the Marienkapelle as a place of pilgrimage on the Rhine, or the 600-year-old Schelmenturm as a landmark of the City - the history of Monheim am Rhein can be felt, seen and experienced in many places.

Good to know


  • for groups

  • for families

foreign languages


Hygiene and infection control measures

The current hygiene and infection protection measures of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia apply.

Arrival & Parking

Coming from the north/south on the A59, take exit 25-Monheim, continue west on Opladener Str. towards Monheim Zentrum. There are parking facilities in the Rheinbogen or at the Monheimer Tor. From there, the Mon Chronicle can be explored.

Price information

For the prices of the individual museums, please check them directly.


Office for Culture and Tourism

Düsseldorfer Strasse 26
40822 Mettmann

0049 2104 99-0


our recommendation

Hilla's reading shed / Ulla Hahn house


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