The Archives and Museum Foundation of the UEM – The memory of our mission
Since 1998, it has been the task of the Archives and Museum Foundation of the United Evangelical Mission (UEM) to collect, secure and make accessible the archives and museum holdings of the UEM for science, research and teaching. The Archives and Museum Foundation of the UEM is an independent foundation.
The missionaries sent by the Rhenish Mission to Africa and Asia from 1828 onward sent a wide variety of material to the mission house in Germany: detailed reports on countries and people, documents of the emerging indigenous congregations, hand drawings, photographs and objects from the cultures of the overseas partners.
Due to the current protection regulation, the museum visit is only possible with a mouth-nose protection (medical mask or FFP2 mask). All visitors must register on site. In addition, the 3G rule applies. A negative rapid antigen test must not be older than 48 hours.
Every 1st Sunday of the month 2 pm – 5 pm and on request.
Admission 30 minutes before closing time
Other visit options by appointment
Single ticket: 3 €, reduced: 2 €.
Guided tour: 40 € plus reduced admission
Guided tour in English: 50 € plus reduced admission
Educational program: 60 €
Monday to Thursday 9 am - 3 pm, and by appointment.
Pre-registration by telephone or e-mail required
up to 3 days: 10 Euro; from 4 days (up to one year): 20 Euro
We need your support for our educational work, the preservation of our holdings and to promote research for the benefit of the public.
KD-Bank eG Duisburg
IBAN DE64 3506 0190 1011 2220 10
IBAN: DE45 3506 0190 0009 0909 08