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Wed-Sun 10-17 h
The „Museum Rade“ presents the collections of the writer and ethnologist Rolf Italiaander. Visitors can see traditional art from all over the world. Central topics are masks, sculptures and modern art from Africa and the Pacific region. Other sections show an extensive collection from Bali, other Asian countries and Latin America. In addition, paintings by contemporary artists as well as by German and European naïve painters are exhibited. Rolf Italiaander and his partner Hans L. Spegg opened the “Museum Rade” in the Oberalster national park in 1970. Both established the “Rolf Italiaander/Hans L. Spegg collection” in 1983. It comprises more than 2.000 paintings, sculptures and objects of art. Since 1987 the collection is housed in a “Gründerzeit” villa in Reinbek.
Since 2018, Rolf Italiaander's ethnological collection has been on display at Reinbek Castle.
The prices listed apply to the exhibitions of the Italiaander Collection including the castle tour.
Separate admission prices apply for events.
Adults: 3,- €
Pupils, students, trainees, welfare recipients, persons doing compulsory military or community service, participants in the voluntary or ecological year and holders of the youth leader card: 1,50 €.
Group rate from 15 persons (adults): 2,- € per person
Group rate from 15 persons with guided tour: 5,- € per person
Family rate (from 3 persons): 4,- €
Special exhibitions on artists from all over the world (ca. 5 per year), Regular lectures on wide-ranging subjects (ca. 5 per year), Children’s fête with international participation, Guided tours during the opening hours by appointment
Half-yearly calendar of events (also sent out to interested persons), Exhibition catalogues, „art collectors, happy people”
Director of the museum: Bernd M. Kraske, phone +49 (0)40 – 72 73 46 15
Arriving by car
Subway S 21 to Reinbek, Motorway BAB 24 (Hambrug – Berlin) exit Reinbek, Federal road B 5 (Hamburg-Bergedorf by-pass, junction Oststeinbek/Reinbek)
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of the type: Arts and crafts Folk art Ethnology
of the region: Stormarn