Due to the high sensitivity of Rupprecht Geiger's works, we only offer limited opening hours. However, you are welcome to make an appointment in person.
MORNING RED: Always on Mondays from 10:00 to 14:00
EVENING RED: Always on Tuesdays from 17:00 to 20:00
The Geiger Archive is closed on holidays.
The staff will be happy to answer your questions during your visit. We look forward to seeing you!
We also offer monthly public tours of the archive rooms and have open houses on several dates throughout the year.
Please note that EC card payments are not possible in the Geiger Archive!
The Geiger Archive is spread over two floors. It consists of a basement and a first floor, wooden flooring throughout. There are no thresholds on the first floor. The main entrance door measures 117 cm wide. The pigment room in the basement is accessible only by stairs. In order to nevertheless provide an insight, there are laminated photos of the room. The person in the wheelchair can stop at the top of the stairs, listen to the information of the exhibition guide and look at the corresponding photos.
Stairs to the basement: number of steps with a height of 3.1 centimeters or more: >15 steps
Stairs to the basement: average height of all steps from 3.1 centimeters: 18 centimeters.
There is no wheelchair accessible toilet. The door width measures 63 centimeters.
Guide dogs for the blind are allowed in exceptional cases. Please register in advance.
Escape routes: The building is equipped with three escape routes. The escape route from the basement is via stairs, the others are at ground level.
For further information, please call 089-72779653 or visit www.kultur-barrierefrei-muenchen.de/archiv-geiger