The Museum Sinclair-Haus is a place for contemporary art. Its most frequent focus is on the theme of "nature, creation and creativity".

The programme features a vibrant mixture of individual and group exhibitions. Curatorial insights into past centuries enable a dialogue between historical and contemporary art.

Each exhibition is complemented by a comprehensive programme of events; these include guided tours, but also readings, artist conversations, lectures and concerts.

At the museum, visitors may purchase catalogues, postcards and literature relevant to the exhibitions. Furthermore, our free "work sheets", conceived especially for each exhibition, invite the reader and viewer to explore art in an active, creative manner.

The Sinclair Lounge enables visitors to browse catalogues, newspapers and literary volumes in a calm atmosphere while enjoying a glass of water or a cup of tea or coffee.

The Foundation Nantesbuch gGmbH is legally and financially responsible for the Museum Sinclair-Haus.


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Löwengasse 15
Entrance Dorotheenstraße
61348 Bad Homburg v. d. Höhe

T +49 (0) 6172 404-120



Since May 19:
Tue–Fri 2–7 pm
Sat, Sun, public Holidays 1–6 pm
Closed Mondays
(Whitsun Monday 1 pm–6 pm)


Regular 5 € (reduced 3 €)
Admission is free for children and teenagers up to the age of 18
and for everyone on Wednesdays.

For holders of the “Kulturpass” 1 €
Free admission for holders of the “MuseumsuferCard” and “ICOM Card“