From 2 November, the Engelspavilion is closed until the end of the november.

During the closure of the Engels House and the Museum of Early Industrialization, the Engelspavilion will serve as a contact point and information center for visitors. In the Engelspavilion you will find a small exhibition with information about the life and work of Friedrich Engels, son of a factory owner in Wuppertal, philosopher and world-changer. A chronology of Engels' life is presented in relation to contemporary history.

The Engelspavilion also serves as an anchor point for industrial culture. It offers an overview of the industrial-historical features and locations, the industrial heritage routes as well as the tourist and industrial-historical offers in Wuppertal and the neighboring cities of Solingen and Remscheid. Here you will find publications and maps of the routes and sites of industrial heritage to help you discover the city of Wuppertal and the region Bergisches Land. 


Engelsstrasse 10
42283 Wuppertal
(at the Engelsgarten, directly at the Friedrich-Engels-Allee)

Opening hours: Tuesday to Friday: 9:00 to 17:00, Saturday/Sunday: 10:00 to 18:00, Monday: closed
The Engelspavilion is closed due to Corona.

Phone: +49 202 563-4375

The entrance is free!

Access to the Angel Pavilion is barrier-free.

Please observe the corona-related hygiene precautions:

  • Limitation of the visitors staying in the exhibition room at the same time to 4 persons
  • Mandatory mouth-nose-mask for visitors
  • No group visits and guided tours
  • Entering the pavilion through the entrance door to Friedrich-Engels-Allee and leaving the pavilion through the door in the rear area to the Engels-Garden