The former noble Falkenhof is centrally located in the old town of Rheine. The entire complex, whose beginnings date back to the 9th century, comprises the three-winged main house, the gatehouse and a landscaped garden. Until the 19th century, the Falkenhof, which was influenced by the Baroque period, served as a noble residence. Today it houses Rheine's town museum. Highlights are the life testimonies of the former aristocratic residents: from pancake plates to Venetian glasses.
Visitors are invited to an action day at the Falkenhof Museum on 19 June 2022. The programme is particularly attractive for young families. Historical costumes can be tried on, and there is information about the life of the former aristocratic residents. With a new booklet and small tasks, families can explore the entire house from the vaulted cellar to the attic and discover many interesting things. In the studio, it's all about joining in, having fun and, at the end, taking home a work of art that they have created themselves.