In the museum's permanent exhibition, visitors can look forward to numerous archaeological finds from Roman times. Late antique finds such as jewelry, combs, ceramics, tools, weapons and coins were recovered during archaeological excavations at the end of the 20th century and can now be discovered in the manor house and in the south-west corner of Haus Bürgel. These not only tell stories of this place, but also bring the occupation policy, everyday life and the military system in the Roman province to life again.
When the weather is nice, the archaeological outdoor path invites you to have a picnic in the historic kitchen garden or to explore former buildings on the site.
Good to know
- Winter break from 01.12. until 31.01.
- Guided tours and programs for school classes and groups of children are also possible outside of the opening hours on request
for any weather
for school classes
Bad weather offer
Hygiene and infection control measures
Arrival & Parking
Take the regional express or the S-Bahn to Düsseldorf-Benrath. From there, take bus line 788 in the direction of Monheim am Rhein and get off at the Haus Bürgel stop. Coming from Monheim am Rhein bus station, take line 788, which runs every half hour.
On the Autobahn 59, take exit 24 Langenfeld-Richrath and turn in the direction of Baumberg. Follow Berghausener Straße, at the 2nd roundabout take the first exit on the right into Hauptstraße. Follow the main road and the signs to "Haus Bürgel".
Haus Bürgel is very easy to reach by bike, for example along the Rhine Cycle Path. The cycle route planner from the state of North Rhine-Westphalia can help you prepare for a cycle tour.
On foot / hiking
Haus Bürgel is located directly on the 13th stage of the neanderlandSTEIG. The Auenblicke hiking trail network also offers beautiful circular routes for young and old.