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For centuries Schloss Derneburg was a convent and later a monastery. In the 19th Century, it became a residence for the Anglo-Hanoverian Dukes of Münster from 1814 – 1974. In the 1840s, the Münster’s commissioned Hanoverian architect Georg Ludwig Friedrich Laves to convert the schloss into a stately home, transforming much of the former monastery into the castle we know today.

In homage to the Munster family’s British heritage, we now offer guests traditional English afternoon tea, served with a selection of pastries and English gin.  Visitors have access to the salon’s terrace which has unparalleled views of the landscape and are encouraged to linger, read, and learn about the history of our unique venue.

 

The museum bookstore offers an assortment of art books tailored to the Hall Art Foundation's collection. In the exhibition-accompanying reading room, visitors have the opportunity to browse through selected literature on current exhibitions.

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Christmas Special - Up to 40% discount
BOOK SALE
 
As a thank you to our visitors, a wide selection of catalogs on exhibitions by Joseph Beuys, Andy Warhol, Anselm Kiefer and Georg Baselitz, among others, published by the Hall Art Foundation and Kunstmuseum Schloss Derneburg will be available at reduced prices for one time only in December at the in-house bookshop.
 
 
Even in the cold winter months, the extensive grounds along the Nette invite you to take a stroll. Currently on display are newly installed works by Kenny Scharf, Jörg Immendorff and Angela Bulloch as well as sculptures by Jenny Holzer, Antony Gormley and Jeppe Hein, among others.
 
The café and tea salon offer a selection of exquisite teas, coffee specialties, vin chaud and a festive selection of cakes and small pastries to warm you up.
 
A visit to the museum's own tea salon and café in the cloister is also included with the purchase of a discounted Sculpture Park ticket for EUR 6.