Deutsches Röntgen-Museum

The Nobel Prize winner in Physics, Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen, was born in Remscheid Lennep and in 1932 the Röntgen Museum was dedicated in his honour. Today, the highly modern museum has a visitors’ laboratory, a cinema and restaurants. In addition, the venue has since long been a highly regarded location for scientific conferences. Located on the edge of the old town centre of Lennep which is steeped in the tradition of textile weavers, seminars and symposiums can be held in a bright and friendly atmosphere.

Deutsches Röntgen-Museum
Schwelmer Str. 41
42897 Remscheid

+49 (0)2191 16 33 84

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Capacity Seating Opening hours
30 - 60 people Banquet Day Event
Parliamentary Evening Event
Rooms Area / Heigth Barrier-free Flooring
Room 1 40 qm / 2,60 m Yes Bollit
Room 2 80 qm / 2,60 m Yes Bollit
Conference rooms are only available for events related with the museum (e.g. in connection with guidances or symposia) / No
Technology & Equipment
100 spaces (car park) Restrooms Tables /Chairs Cloakroom
Heating Lift Darkening Lectern
Flip chart Sound system Screen TV/DVD
Projector Overhead Catering equipment
In close proximity in the historical old town of Remscheid Lennep