After months of preparation, the time has finally come. This year’s Kunstroute Kyllburg starts on June 5, 2021 at 2 p.m. 12 artists from 5 European countries contributed to the success of the Kunstroute this year. Numerous helpers helped set up the works of art. In particular, the Celtic compass, which is the largest object on this year’s art route, was only made possible with the active help of many volunteers.
Due to the corona, we have to do without a big opening ceremony. Instead, there is only a small opening followed by a tour through the “Hahn”. The meeting point is the old Kyll Bridge.
The Kunstroute Kyllburg will take place until August 29, 2021 as part of the Rhineland-Palatinate cultural summer. The 3-kilometer art route can still be visited afterwards, as the works of art will remain permanently in the “Hahn”.
We would like to invite you to visit the Kunstroute Kyllburg over the next few days, weeks and months. There is a lot to see and discover. Access to the art route is public and can be done around the clock and without registration. You will find parking facilities in numerous places in town. We recommend using the parking lot at the old kindergarten, at the train station or on Stiftsberg near the Celtic Compass. From there you can start the tour to the 23 objects.
In the route booklet, which is available free of charge, you will find information on all participating artists and their works of art. In the middle of the booklet there is a map with the locations of all objects. However, you can also go on a discovery tour yourself without any problems. The four paths to the objects are marked with colored ribbons.