In its permanent exhibition, the Niederbergisches Museum in Wülfrath conveys the living and working environment in the Niederberg region in the 19th century.
The museum's offer is rounded off by changing special exhibitions as well as a variety of events, readings and guided tours through the various exhibition areas. At the traditional Bergische Kaffeetafel with everything “Dröm on Dran”, hungry people can also enjoy the culinary delights of typical Niederberg specialties, such as fresh coffee from the Dröppelminna and hot waffles.
Good to know
Opening times may vary during school holidays
Parking lots available
Bad weather offer
for any weather
for school classes
barrier-free toilet in the annexe
Hygiene and infection control measures
Arrival & Parking
Wülfrath is located in the beautiful Niederbergisches Land between the Rhine, Ruhr and Wupper. Good motorway connections enable the museum to be reached quickly from all directions.
Arriving by public transport:
Wülfrath can be reached with the following bus lines:
Express bus SB69 from Wuppertal main station.
Regiobahn S28 to Mettmann Stadtwald, bus 746 in the direction of Velbert or, if necessary, from Düsseldorf-Nord with the bus 738 to Mettmann Jubilee Square, bus 746 in the direction of Velbert.
In Wülfrath, get off at the Stadtmitte stop and walk through the pedestrian zone (Wilhelmstrasse) to the end and then come to a pedestrian bridge over Mettmanner Strasse.
Once you have crossed the pedestrian bridge, you are already on the Bergstrasse.
The museum is about 50 meters on the right-hand side. Walking time: 10-15 minutes.