The Schaudepot is clearly different from classical museums, since it does not present an exhibition on specific topics but rather the collections, which are arranged according to specific criteria. It serves as a repository for future exhibitions and impressively illustrates the three main tasks of a museum: collecting, preserving and researching. Nature, culture, history The path through the Ruhr Museum’s Schaudepot runs from top to bottom. The panorama lift takes visitors up to the top level with spectacular views of the individual floors and their different collections. From there, the path leads over the three levels to the nature, culture and history back to the ground floor. The travel of time begins chronologically with the oldest items in the natural science collections and leads via archaeology and the pre-modern collections of the Middle Ages and early modern times to the area of industrial and contemporary history of the last 200 years.
The Schaudepot can only be visited on guided tours. Each tour lasts 90 minutes
11 € p.p.; 9 € reduced, 5 € for children and young people under 18 years as well as pupils and students under 25 years
130 € incl. admission; 140 € Guided tours in foreign languages (English and Dutch) on request; 65 € for schoolchildren and student groups; 75 € for foreign language pupils and student groups.
Schaudepot Ruhr Museum, Zollverein UNESCO World Heritage Site, Essen
phone +49 201 246 81-444