Welcome to Bonn

Bonn lies on both banks of the Rhine.The pattern of the city’s life is set by its old and famous university, its former role as the seat of government (transferred to Berlin after reunification), its busy commercial life, and its attractive setting – particularly on the riverside, with its view of the nearby Siebengebirge. Bonn is also famous as the birthplace of Beethoven, a connection marked by a variety of attractions and events, the most notable of which, BeethovenFest Bonn, runs from mid September to mid October. It’s also home to numerous museums, many located at the University of Bonn or along the city’s tourist-friendly Museum Mile.

Top Bonn Attractions

Visit the Beethoven Haus Bonn has done much to nurture its connections with Ludwig van Beethoven, one of Germany’s most revered composers. Founded as a museum in 1889, the attraction also has a collection of rare artifacts and documents, a research center (including rare recordings), and the Chambers Music Hall which runs a program of Beethoven-themed concerts and events.

Head to the museum Koenig  Museum Koenig – or to give it its full name, the Alexander Koenig Zoological Museum – is one of the largest natural history museums in the world. Opened in 1934, its displays cover a diversity of wildlife and their habitats.

Visit the Art and Exhibition Hall Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany offers numerous excellent exhibits relating to the country’s rich cultural history, as well as its role in the fields of science, technology, and the environment. Exhibits are brought in from around the globe and change frequently.

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