Lisa Seebach

Eathy Liquids and Heavy Metal [Hypersleep]

11. Aug 2024 – 09. Mar 2025

Your visit
with us

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Welcome to the Lechner Museum website!

Unfortunately, the museum will be clsed from June 24 to August 10 due to renovation work.

We cordially invite you to the vernissage of our new exhibition Lisa Seebach: Earthy Liquids and Heavy Metal [Hypersleep] on
August 11 at 11 a.m.

Entrance fees

Visit the Lechner Museum and get the opportunity to discover even more fascinating art in Ingolstadt! The purchase of a ticket for our current exhibition entitles you to free admission to the Museum of Concrete Art on the same day — and vice versa. We look forward to seeing you!

  • Adults

    5,50 €
  • Reduced

    3,50 €
  • Free admission

    Children, adolescents up to 17 years
    and students, trainees,
    Students up to 21 years

Opening hours

Plan your visit to the Lechner Museum and find out our current opening hours here. Experience art up close and be inspired by our exhibitions.

Attention: The opening times apply to the Lechner Museum in Ingolstadt. The sculpture park in Obereichstätt can only be visited as part of a guided tour.

  • Thursday to Sunday

    10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
  • Closed on:

    • January 1st
    • Mardi Gras
    • Good Friday
    • November 1st
    • December 24th
    • December 25th
    • December 31st
  • The museum is open on all other holidays!

Guided tours

Discover the Lechner Museum and the sculpture park in Obereichstätt on a combined tour that takes place every last Sunday of the month. Experience art and nature in picturesque surroundings and let knowledgeable experts guide you through the respective exhibitions.

No registration is required for public combined tours.
Please note that the transfer from the museum to the sculpture park in Obereichstätt takes place on your own responsibility and takes approximately 30-35 minutes by car.

Unfortunately, it is not possible to travel by public transport.

Come by and be inspired by art and nature!

Combined public tours

Combined guided tour (Lechner Museum and Sculpture Park Obereichstätt) every last Sunday of the month.

No registration is required for the combined public tours.

The journey from the museum to the sculpture park in Obereichstätt is approx. 30-35 minutes by car. The transfer from Ingolstadt to Obereichstätt is on your personal responsibility. A transfer by public transport is not possible.

Prices Public combined tour (incl. Entrance Fee)

Adults 12,50 €
Reduced 10,50 €

Prices Private combined tours

Guided tour fee 100 € + reduced entrance fee.

To book a private combined tour, please contact us via the booking form:

If you have any questions, please contact 0841 305-1838 or

Next public tours

Sunday, August 25, 2024

2 p.m. Lechner Museum + 4 p.m. Lechner sculpture park Obereichstätt

Sunday, September 29, 2024
2 p.m. Lechner Museum + 4 p.m. Lechner sculpture park Obereichstätt

Sunday, October 27, 2024
11 a.m. Lechner Museum + 1 p.m. Lechner sculpture park Obereichstätt

Sunday, November 24, 2024
11 a.m. Lechner Museum + 1 p.m. Lechner sculpture park Obereichstätt

Sunday, December 29, 2024
11 a.m. Lechner Museum + 1 p.m. Lechner sculpture park Obereichstätt

Sunday, January 26, 2025

11 a.m. Lechner Museum + 1 p.m. Lechner sculpture park Obereichstätt


Regardless of whether you want to travel by car, bike, bus or train, here you will find all the details to easily reach us.

  • BY TRAIN: Take the DB Regio to the “Ingolstadt Nord” stop. From there, it's a 7 minute walk to the museum or a 2 minute taxi-ride. By ICE to “Ingolstadt Hbf”, from there 10 minutes by cab (approx. 10 euros) or by bus to the central bus station. From there it's a 3-minute walk to the museum.

  • By car: Take the A9 freeway to the Ingolstadt Nord exit, then follow the B16a westbound and the B13 until it joins Heydeckstraße. At the end of Haydeckstraße, turn left into Esplanade. The museum is approx. 150 meters on the right side.

  • PARKING SACES: There is a bicycle rack and two designated car parking spaces for museum visitors right in front of the Lechner Museum. Further parking spaces are available nearby in the Haydeck parking garage, Esplanade 5, or in the underground parking garage at the castle, Esplanade 1a.


We want all visitors to be able to enjoy the works of art in the museum — which is why accessibility is so important to us. That is why we have designed our spaces to be accessible to everyone. We offer barrier-free parking spaces, disabled toilets and elevators among other things.

Come by and discover the fascinating world of art with us.

  • elevators: Passenger elevators are available. The elevators provide access to all exhibition levels.

  • wheelchairs: are available on request at the information desk. It is of course possible to visit the exhibition rooms with a wheelchair.

  • Restrooms: The museum has barrier-free toilets.

  • Parking: Please contact the local supervisor to park in front of the museum with a special pass.

Our exhibitions

Lisa Seebach

Eathy Liquids and Heavy Metal [Hypersleep]

11. Aug 2024 – 09. Mar 2025

Share it - Marco Stanke and Alf Lechner

In the paintings by artist Marco Stanke (*1987), the canvas not only proves to be the carrier of the picture, but also as a spatial structure of paint, nettle and stretcher frame. Stanke's work oscillates between “pictorial field” and “pictorial world,” which tests the physical limits of the image and playfully abolishes the difference between what is “visually visible” and “in which” it is visible. By folding, cutting, bending and piercing the canvases, Stanke transgresses traditional boundaries of painting and expands the pictorial world into space. Part picture, part object, each new canvas reveals a new attempt at intertwining, which becomes accessible to the artist as “part of a collective” in the context of the work.


In Ingolstadt

The Lechner Museum

The Lechner Museum is dedicated to the work of steel sculptor Alf Lechner. Since its opening in 2000, the museum has established itself as a place for the examination of art since 1960 and presents internationally renowned artists and young pioneering positions in sophisticated temporary exhibitions. The museum is located in a converted former factory building in the heart of Ingolstadt.

à Obereichstätt


Nowhere else can you experience Alf Lechner's work as monumentally as when visiting the Lechner Sculpture Park in Obereichstätt. This extraordinary open-air museum is located on the 23,000 square meter site of a former Royal Bavarian Ironworks. In the middle of an impressive quarry, the sculpture park with its landscaped terraces and converted halls offers a deep insight into the artist's work.

Only accessible as part of guided tours.

About Alf Lechner

Alf Lechner (1925-2017), born in Munich, is considered one of the most important German steel sculptors. In the more than sixty years of his sculptural work, he created more than 800 sculptural works and over 4500 drawings. With almost 80 sculptures in Germany alone, Alf Lechner is one of the most represented sculptors in public space.

His work is always about the relationship between technology and art, between rationality and emotionality, between reflection and process, between calculation and chance. Alf Lechner founded the Alf Lechner Foundation in 1999, opened the Lechner Museum Ingolstadt in 2000 and lived and worked with his wife Camilla in Obereichtstätt in Bavaria from 2001 until his death in 2017.

à Obereichstätt

The Alf Lechner Foundation

The museum is based on the Alf Lechner Foundation, a non-profit foundation under civil law, which was established in 1999. Its aim to make the life and work of artist Alf Lechner accessible to a broad public and also to make it tangible for future generations. The Foundation is involved in the administration and art studies of his oeuvre, organizes exhibitions and guided tours, and publishes publications. In collaboration with the City of Ingolstadt, she is the owner of the Lechner Museum and is responsible for designing and implementing the exhibition program. The foundation's Obereichstätter site, which is independent of the Ingolstadt Museum, is also home to the Lechner Sculpture Park, the associated exhibition hall and the so-called “paper house”, where you can experience the artist's graphic work.

Literature about Alf Lechner
  • Alf Lechner Foundation, Ingolstadt, (ed.) AK 1, Ingolstadt 2000. Alf Lechner. Opening of the Lechner Museum.
  • Alf Lechner Foundation, Ingolstadt, (ed.), AK 2. Ingolstadt 2002. Iron Sea - Blue.
  • Alf Lechner Foundation, Ingolstadt (ed.) AK 4. edited by Joachim Heusinger von Waldegg.
  • Ingolstadt 2004/ 2005. Alf Lechner. Schuler - Lechner.
  • Alf Lechner Foundation, Ingolstadt (ed.), AK 5. Ingolstadt 2005. Fire and flame.
  • Alf Lechner Foundation, Ingolstadt (ed.), AK 7. Ingolstadt 2006. Bizarre areas.
  • Alf Lechner Foundation, Ingolstadt, (ed.), AK 8, edited by Jens Christian Jensen. Ingolstadt 2007. Cuts
  • Alf Lechner Foundation, Ingolstadt (ed.), AK 9, Ingolstadt 2008. Starting in Munich..., landing in Munich.
  • Alf Lechner Foundation, Ingolstadt (ed.), AK 10. Ingolstadt 2009. Poetry of chance.
  • Alf Lechner Foundation (ed.), edited by Angelika Nollert. Ingolstadt, 2010. Alf Lechner. diagonal.
  • Alf Lechner. Sculptures 1990-1995. Munich - New York 1995
  • Badischer Kunstverein e. V. (ed.), Alf Lechner, AK edited by Jörg Walter Koch and Jürgen Morschel. Karlsruhe 1973.
  • Bayer. State Painting Collections (ed.). Munich 1985/National Gallery Berlin SMPK.
  • Bayer. State Painting Collections (ed.). Munich 1985/National Gallery Berlin SMPK. Berlin 1986/Museum Palais Liechtenstein Vienna. Vienna 1986. Alf Lechner. New work. Munich 1985/Berlin 1986/Vienna 1986. Brockhaus, Christph (eds.), contributions by Sabine Fehlemann, Renate Heidt Heller, Karl Ruhrberg, Uwe Rüth, Manfred Schneckenburger and Rolf Wedewer.
  • Brockhaus, Christph (ed.), contributions by Sabine Fehlemann, Renate Heidt Heller, Karl Ruhrberg, Uwe Rüth, Manfred Schneckenburger and Rolf Wedewer.
  • Galerie Defet (ed.), AK. Nuremberg 1971. Joachim Bandau, Franz Bernhard, Werner Knaupp, Alf Lechner, Alf Schuler, A.D. Tranthentroth, (AK). Plastic - objects - pictures - graphics.
  • Gallery Eremitage (ed.), AK edited by Honisch, Dieter. Berlin/ Wiesbaden 1991. AlfleChner, sculptures and drawings.
  • Galerie Heseler (ed.), AK edited by Roh, Juliane. Munich 1968. Aalf Lechner.
  • Galerie im Ganserhaus, Wasserburg, (edited by Arbeitskreis 68, Künstlergemeinschaft), edited by Helmut Friedel. Wasserburg/Inn 1991. Alf Lechner.
  • Nebelung Gallery (ed.), AK. Düsseldorf 1969. Aalf Lechner, steel sculptures.
  • Galerie Reckermann (ed.). AK. Cologne 1983. Alf Lechner, New Regulations.
  • Galerie Stangl (ed.), leaflet. Munich 1971. Alf Lechner, steel sculptures '71.
  • Hans-Thoma-Gesellschaft, Reutlingen (ed.), AK edited by Bernd Storz. Reutlingen 1993. Alf Lechner - event sculptures.
  • Honisch, Dieter, Institute for Modern Art (ed.), Nuremberg 1990. Alf Lechner, sculptures.
  • Institute for International Relations (ed.), AK edited by Honisch, Dieter and Zeller, Ursula.
  • Stuttgart 1998. Alf Lechner, drawings and sculpture.
  • Kunsthalle Mannheim (ed.), edited by Joachim Heusinger von Waldegg and Alf Lechner. Mannheim 1984, untitled
  • Kunsthalle zu Kiel, Schleswig-Holsteinischer Kunstverein, Jensen, Jens-Christian (eds.) , AK edited by Jensen, Jens Christian. Kiel 1978. Alf Lechner, works from 1975 - 1977. Kunstverein Freiburg (ed.), AK. Freiburg /Br. 1977. Alf Lechner.
  • Lempertz Contempora (ed.), AK edited by Koch, Jörg Walter. Cologne 1969. Alf Lechner, steel sculptures.
  • Museums of the City of Regensburg, Städtische Galerie (ed.), AK edited by Veit Loers. Regensburg 1981/82. Alf Lechner, Measure and Measure.
  • Museum Folkwang Essen (ed.), AK edited by Honisch, Dieter. Essen 1975. Alf Lechner, Conjunctions/Cube skeletons 1974/75.
  • Museum of Modern Art in the district of Cuxhaven (ed.), Alf Lechner, AK edited by Ulrike Schuck. Cuxhaven - Otterndorf 1996. Alf Lechner. Piano cover drawings.
  • Museum St. Wendel, (ed.), AK Texts edited by Lagerwaard, Cornelieke and Holeczek, Bernhard. St. Wendel 1994. Alf Lechner, steel sculptures and drawings 1992 - 1994.
  • Philipp Morris GmbH (ed.), AK edited by Jürgen Kolbe and Jürgen Morschel. Dimensions “79, Munich 1979. Plastic works of our time. An exhibition by Philipp Morris GmbH, Munich.
  • Piepenbrock Group of Companies (ed.). Osnabrück 1992. Piepenbrock Prize for sculpture 1992.
  • Pohl, Claudia, art in urban space, sculpture guide for Karlsruhe. Karlsruhe 2005.Museums of the City of Regensburg (ed.), AK edited by Wolfger Pöhlmann, Regensburg 1981. Measure and Measure.
  • Staatsgalerie moderne Kunst/Galerie Stangl (ed.), AK. Munich 1973. Alf Lechner, steel sculptures.
  • Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus (ed.), edited by Armin Zweite. Munich 1977.
  • Constellations: Lechner, Prager, Schuler, Trantenroth.
  • Städtische Galerie im Lenbachhaus und Künstlerwerkstätte Lothringer Straße 13, Munich/Kunsthalle zu Kiel (ed.), edited by Zweite, Armin et. al. Munich and Kiel 1990. Alf Lechner, steel sculptures.
  • Universitätsbauamt (ed.) Erlangen. Documentation 17/71, University Building Department. Erlangen 1971.
  • Munich University Building Office (ed.), extension of the Maximilianeum, Munich 1996.
  • Walter König (ed.), Skulptur 4 - 10 Jahre Skulpturenpark Cologne (1997-2007).
  • Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum (ed.). Duisburg 1974. Alf Lechner: Steel structures.


Lechner Museum
Esplanade 9
85049 Ingolstadt

Alf Lechner Foundation & Sculpture Park
Alley 3
91795 Obereichstätt