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International Newspaper Museum

International Newspaper Museum

Key facts at a glance



Plan a visit

Immerse yourself in the history of the press in the International Newspaper Museum in Aachen.

If you stroll down Pontstrasse from the Markt , you will find the International Newspaper Museum in the large building in Aachen on your left. The building was used as a private house as early as the 15th century. Today the museum is located there with a news café, a library and an impressive newspaper collection with 200,000 copies. But it's not just those interested in newspapers and the press who are in the right place here! In a media-prepared exhibition, visitors learn everything about creating, disseminating and dealing with events in the press world.


International Newspaper Museum

General information

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday:
10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m

Easter Monday closed December 24th closed December 25th closed December 26th closed December 31st closed Ascension Day closed

Days off:

Bad weather offer
for groups
for individual guests
Suitable for seniors

Individual visitor: €6.00 ​​Reduced: €3.00 free entry for children and young people up to 21 years of age

The newspaper museum is located in the middle of the old town.

There is an elevator in the museum that makes the permanent exhibition, the temporary exhibition, the ticket office and the shop accessible. Every room in the permanent exhibition has info points with installed audio guides. Guide dogs are allowed to enter the museum.

Toilet facility

Arrival & contact

Pontstrasse 13, 52062 Aachen