Brühl at First Glance
Throughout the region and beyond, Brühl is well-known for its Max Ernst Museum and its World Heritage Sites Palace Augustusburg and Palace Falkenlust, as well as for its "Phantasialand" theme, amusement and entertainment park. But Brühl also has a lot more to offer.
Phantasialand is one of Europe's most important theme, amusement and entertainment parks, providing attractions and adventure for all ages. The park offers breathtaking rides and fantastic shows.
As Rococo masterpieces in their own right, the Palaces Augustusburg and Falkenlust and their gardens have been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1984.
- Max Ernst Museum
The hometown of Max Ernst, one of the 20th century's greatest artists, boasts a centre of international flair commensurate with the artist's status.
- Explore Brühl
Brühl offers a variety of entertainment, art and culture. Explore the town and discover Brühl for yourself.
Culture and history dominate Brühl's present image. The town was granted its charter over 700 years ago. Today, Brühl's main tourist attractions are the Max Ernst Museum, the Palaces Augustusburg and Falkenlust, and the "Phantasialand" amusement park. There are, however, many more interesting things to see.
- Stadtporträt (in german only)
Brühl bietet einfach mehr ... Die Stadt Brühl liegt im Süden des Rhein-Erft-Kreises am östlichen Rand des Vorgebirges, 12 km südlich von Köln und 15 km nordwestlich von Bonn.