In 1990 the Museum of Modern Art Wörlen was founded by the architect Hanns Egon Wörlen (1915-2014) in the Old Town of Passau. The Museum houses an extensive art collection which is based on the inheritance of the artist Georg Philipp Wörlen (1886-1954). His oeuvre with over 1,500 works and numerous artworks from his friends of the artist group "Der Fels" (The rock) and the "Donau-Wald-Gruppe" (Danube-Forest-Group) form the bulk of the collection.
Furthermore, the collection includes a considerable amount of works from other artists acquainted with Wörlen like Alfred Kubin. In addition to the collection, changing exhibitions are presented every year.
Since the founding in 1990, the MMK has shown over 300 exhibitions ranging from artists like Francisco de Goya to Joseph Beuys, and from Max Beckmann to Daniel Spoerri.
• Disabled parking
• Entrance barrier-free with mobile ramp
• Handicapped lavatory
Museum Moderner Kunst
Tue. - Sun. 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
closed on Good Friday, Christmas Eve and New Years Eve
|Entrance fee||(Operator: Museum Moderner Kunst Wörlen Passau gGmbH)|
|Children up to 12||free|