PROJECT b-05

 // INFORMATION FOR VISITORS

LOCATION b-05:

b-05 Kunst- und Kulturzentrum
Im Stadtwald 2
D-56410 Montabaur


OPENING HOURS:
Thursday; 14:00 - 19:00
Saturday: 14:00 - 19:00
Sunday: 11.00 - 18.00

Opening hours only apply to duration of exhibition 
otherwise by appointment only.

Mailing Address b-05:

b-05 Kunst- und Kulturzentrum Association e.V
Jan Nebgen & Leisa Brubaker
Waldstrasse 20
D-56410 Montabaur-Horressen


ENTRANCE FEE:

6,00 € Adult
5,00 € Seniors
4,00 € Students
3,50 € Children six years and older
Children under six years are free

Group Tours - by appointment only - 10 to 20 visitors 25,00 € + entrance fee
Membership Card - please inquire about our membership card for current exhibition.

DRIVING DIRECTION:

Driving from Frankfurt or Cologne: Take the A3 and exit Montabaur. Take it to the B255 (also called B49) towards Koblenz for approx. 5 km and stay to the right torward Horressen exit (AUSFAHRT HORRESSEN), Stay to the right torwards Horressen. Approximately 100 m make a left at the sign b-05 Kunst-und Kuturzentrum. Follow the road straight until it ends (approx. 2 km) until you see the b-05 entrance.

All drivers must take the above mentioned driving directions due to road construction in Horressen!



The b-05 art and design center is located in the forest of Montabaur between Cologne and Frankfurt. It is a region not only with beautiful landscape, but with excellent freeway connections and economic prosperity.
Less than ten minutes away is the inner city train station (ICE) of Montabaur offering connections to both international airports in Cologne and Frankfurt (within only 22 minutes of travel time).

MONTABAUR:

The city of Montabaur offers many interesting attractions and due to its excellent traffic infrastructure, it is not only a fast growing business location, but also a tourist attraction and historical treasure.
The town witnesses a history of more than 1000 years with a stately yellow castle and a mediaeval center with traditional timber framed houses from the 17th century.

 

Quaint shops and cozy restaurants and cafes draw visitors from every realm.
This exceptional small town is an excellent starting point to visit the German wine regions and the world cultural heritage Rhine valley with all its castles.

Please be aware of the following:

Do not touch the art.
Please stay on designated walking path and watch your step.
Please do not leave your children unattended.
Dogs are welcome on the site, but must be leashed. Dogs are not allowed in bunkers.

 

 



Smoking responsibly is only allowed in designated areas where ashtrays are provided. Please be aware that you are in a fire hazard area during the months of March 1 through October 31 and open fires are not allowed by law.
Please note that parking and entering the site is at your own risk.