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Opening Hours Of municipal Institutions On The Reformation Day In Osnabruck

Reformation Day


Reformation Day:


On Reformation Day, Thursday, October 31, many institutions and museums are open. The city departments are closed, with some exceptions, said the city. Here are the most important regulations at a glance.

Town Hall: The town hall is open from 10 am to 4 pm. In the attic, the exhibition "Welcome to Osnabrück, Your Majesty - In 1998,

When Europe celebrated peace" commemorates the anniversary of "350 Years of the Peace of Westphalia", celebrated 20 years ago in Osnabrück and Münster with high-ranking guests.

Felix Nussbaum House / Museum of Cultural History: On Reformation Day, the Felix Nussbaum House / Museum of Cultural History is open from 10 am to 6 pm.

In the Felix-Nussbaum-Haus are the permanent exhibition of Felix Nussbaum and the installation "EXISTENZ. Brigitte Waldach ".

The Museum of Cultural History presents the "Felix Schoeller Photo Award & German Peace Prize for Photography" and the exhibition "Bauhaus wallpaper - re-rolled up".

Kunsthalle Osnabrück: The Kunsthalle Osnabrück is open from 10 am to 6 pm. On view in the exhibition "Crossing Lines", curated by Jan Tichy and Christian Oxenius.

Erich Maria Remarque Peace Center: The Erich Maria Remarque Peace Center is open from 11 am to 5 pm.

In addition to the permanent exhibition on Remarque 's life and work, the special exhibition "m3: Media - Message - Massage. Confrontation with printed.

An art and media project by Uwe Appold and Stephan Richter "that invites people to think about media change and the consequences for public and political communication.

Museum Industriekultur: The Museum Industriekultur is closed on reformation day.


The museum is Schölerberg: The Museum am Schölerberg is open from 10 am to 6 pm on Reformation Day.

On display is the special exhibition "The secret world of mushrooms - poison, pleasure and myth".

In the permanent exhibition, guests can expect a journey through 300 million geological histories, beneath the earth's surface and into the habitats of the Osnabrück region.

Planetarium: The planetarium is open on Reformation Day. As a children and family program runs at 15 clocks "The small 1x1 of the stars" for children from five years and 16 clocks "with Professor Photon through space" for children over eight years.

At 5 pm, the new show "Dynamic Earth" will be shown for teenagers and adults, explaining the climate system of the earth and the influence of humans in pictures.

Weekly markets: Due to public holidays there is no weekly market on Thursday.


City library and book bus: On the day of Reformation, the city library is closed on the market, even the book bus does not run.

Tourist Information: The Tourist Information is closed on Reformation Day.


Bürgerberatung, Freiwilligen-Agentur, Pflegestützpunkt and Seniorenbüro: The Bürgerberatung, the Freiwilligen-Agentur and the Seniorenbüro in Bierstraße 32a are closed Reformationstag.

Removal of garbage, bulky waste, waste paper, a yellow sack and bio bin: Due to the Reformation, the tons for residual waste, waste paper and organic waste and the yellow bags are traced the next day.

Instead of on Thursday, the tons are emptied on Friday, instead of Friday on Saturday. The garbage collection calendar is also available on the Internet for download.

On Reformation Day, Thursday, October 31, many institutions and museums are open. The municipal departments are closed, with a few exceptions. Here you will find the most important regulations at a glance.

town hall: The town hall is open from 10 am to 4 pm. In the attic, the exhibition "Welcome to Osnabrück, Your Majesty - In 1998, 

When Europe celebrated peace" commemorates the anniversary of "350 Years of the Peace of Westphalia", celebrated 20 years ago in Osnabrück and Münster with high-ranking guests.


Museum Quarter

The Felix Nussbaum House and the Museum of Cultural History are open from 10 am to 6 pm. In the Felix-Nussbaum-Haus are the permanent exhibition of Felix Nussbaum and the installation "EXISTENZ.

Brigitte Waldach ". The Museum of Cultural History presents the "Felix Schoeller Photo Award & German Peace Prize for Photography" and the exhibition "Bauhaus wallpaper - re-rolled up".


Kunsthalle Osnabrück

The Kunsthalle Osnabrück is open from 10 am to 6 pm. On view in the exhibition "Crossing Lines", curated by Jan Tichy and Christian Oxenius.


Erich Maria Remarque Peace Center

The Erich Maria Remarque Peace Center is open from 11 am to 5 pm. In addition to the permanent exhibition on Remarque 's life and work, the special exhibition "m3: Media - Message - Massage. Confrontation with printed.

An art and media project by Uwe Appold and Stephan Richter "that invites people to think about media change and the consequences for public and political communication.


Museum on the Schölerberg

The Museum is Schölerberg is open from 10 am to 6 pm. On display is the special exhibition "The secret world of mushrooms - poison, pleasure and myth".

The show brings out mushrooms in the truest sense of the word and clarifies supposedly simple questions:

What are mushrooms anyway? Where do you live? How do you use and harm humans? Three-meter-high mushroom models put visitors in the ant perspective, while under the magnifying glass microcosm of the mushroom world can be discovered.

A large collection of detailed mushroom models to native species makes mushroom picking get their money.

In the permanent exhibition, guests can expect a journey through 300 million geological histories, beneath the earth's surface and into the habitats of the Osnabrück region.


planetarium


The planetarium is open on Reformation Day. As a children and family program runs at 15 clocks "The small 1 × 1 of the stars" for children from 5 years and at 16 clock "with Professor Photon through space" for children from 8 years.

At 5 pm, the new show "Dynamic Earth" will be shown for teenagers and adults, explaining the climate system of the earth and the influence of humans in impressive pictures.

Closed facilities and changed garbage collection times


The Museum Industriekultur, the Tourist Information, the Bürgerberatung, the Freiwilligen-Agentur and the Seniorenburo in the Bierstraße are closed on Reformationstag.

Due to public holidays, there will be no weekly market on Thursday. The tons for residual waste, waste paper as well as organic waste and the yellow sacks are traced the next day.

Instead of on Thursday, the tons are emptied on Friday, instead of Friday on Saturday. The recycling yards and garden waste places as well as and the EEZ are also closed on a public holiday.


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