When visiting the city centre of Münster , the magnificent Erbdrostenhof appears quite unexpectedly. Even its entrance gate bears witness to the splendour of the building and is one of the most popular photo motifs in the city. The Erbdrostenhof is one of the jewels in Münster's magnificent townscape. Together with the Dominican Church and the Clemens Church, it forms the "baroque island" in Münster's city centre. The Münster City Museum is located directly opposite.
Take a leisurely stroll through the pedestrian zone, past the Lamberti Church to the Prinzipalmarkt, Münster's "good parlour". From there you can also visit the historic Friedenssaal (Peace Hall) in the historic town hall, continue your shopping spree and combine it with a visit to the Picasso Museum or stroll across the Domplatz (Cathedral Square) to Münster Castle.
The baroque Erbdrostenhof in Münster was built as a noble palace by Johann Conrad Schlaun for Münster's Erbdrosten Adolf Heidenreich Freiherr von Droste zu Vischering from 1753 to 1757.
The building was destroyed in the Second World War, but from 1953 to 1970 the Landschaftsverband Westfalen-Lippe (LWL) reconstructed it according to old plans. The LWL maintains the building and houses a collection of historical keyboard instruments there. The Erbdrostenhof is only open to the public during festive events. The historic building is particularly beautifully illuminated during the "Schauraum" campaign in late summer.
In the Erdrostenhof, the foyer is open regularly: Monday to Thursday from 8.30 am to 4.30 pm. The foyer cannot be visited during special events.
The best view of the building is from the pedestrian zone "Salzstraße".
An Feiertagen ist das Foyer geschlossen.
Bei Veranstaltungen ist das Foyer geschlossen
Rendezvous of Friends - Camoin, Marquet, Manguin, Matisse
Under the title "Rendezvous of Friends", the Pablo Picasso Museum of Art is bringing together around Pablo Picasso Museum of Art is bringing together around 90 paintings, drawings and graphic works of the so-called "Moreau Group". Charles Camoin, Henri Manguin, Albert Marquet and Henri Matisse were students of the French painter Gustave Moreau and were artist friends. After a period of Fauvist style, the four artists each followed their own path each went their own way in their further artistic development. The exhibition traces the commonalities and mutual inspirations, but also their artistic individuality. In this works by their common teacher Gustave Moreau will also be shown. will be shown.
Picasso - Photography and Mythology
The artist's book "Diurnes" (French for "in the daytime"/"active during the day") is the culmination collaboration between Pablo Picasso and the photographer that began in the 1950s. Pablo Picasso and the photographer André Villers. 30 collotype prints of the of the volume will be presented in the exhibition "Picasso - Photography and Mythology" exhibition. Multiple exposures create an dialogue between Picasso's silhouettes in the form of mythological figures mythological figures, animals and portraits and Viller's photographic exploration of the exploration of the Provençal landscape. In combination with works works from the museum's own collection, Picasso's playful approach to the Picasso's playful approach to photography and printmaking is illuminated. is illuminated.
AVEC mixes up the international charts with her emotional and catchy songs. The Austrian singer and songwriter likes nothing better than to be on stage, and at the Münsterland Festival she will conquer the stage in the Großes Haus at Münster Theatre.
AVEC is an exceptional vocal talent who is particularly appreciated for her honest lyrics and catchy melodies. Influenced by her affection for prose, the lyrics are usually written first, often containing autobiographical parts. She is accompanied by Andreas Häuserer (electric guitar, piano, co-producer), Thomas Gieferl (drums, percussion) and Ross Stanciu (bass). Her single "Under Water" holds gold status in Austria. In 2019, after several nominations, she also took home her first Amadeus Award in the Alternative category, the Music Moves Europe Talent Award (Singer/Songwriter) and the Hubert von Goisern Culture Award.
The Vienna-based author and cartoonist Stefanie Sargnagel writes radically subjective but also wise with a big pinch of cynicism and black humour.
Her topics are the so-called simple life, feminism, hopelessness or depression. She breaks all genre boundaries and achieves something on paths never trodden that you don't have to call a novel to be captivated by it. It is often hilarious and sometimes tragic. Stefanie Sargnagel is a guest at the Münsterland Festival with a reading at Pension Schmidt.
Stefanie Sargnagel is one of the most important Austrian authors of the 21st century. In 2016 she received the BKS Bank Audience Award in the competition for the Ingeborg Bachmann Prize. In October 2020, her book "Dicht" was published, which reached number 2 on the bestseller list of the Austrian book trade.