Ritz Station

Following extensive renovation, the station building in Niederwald became the Station Ritz on 13 December 2019. Highlights include a permanent exhibition on Cäsar and Marie Louise Ritz and an annual temporary exhibition.

More information about Station Ritz

The exhibitions are open daily from 8.00 to 18.00.

At Station Ritz, you can marvel at the objects from the archives of the Ritz Hotel in Paris, which were purchased at an online auction in 2018. These included the "Suite M", a reconstruction of a room from the former Ritz Hotel on Place de la Vendôme in Paris. Other items became part of the bistro's furnishings: special furniture, lamps and display cabinets now give the Ritz station its unique flair.

Museum & Kiosk open daily!
Museum: 8.00-18.00
(entrance on the street side).
Self-Kiosk: 6.00-20.00  Uhr
(entrance from the waiting room).

Guided tours with/without catering for groups are available on request at any time.  

A visit to the permanent exhibition costs CHF 5.00. Admission can be paid at the entrance in cash or with Twint.
Association members and children up to the age of 12 benefit from free admission. 
The media guide can be downloaded at the entrance. 

General Information
  • Parking Available
  • Bus stop available
Foreign Language
  • German
  • English
  • French
Other Furnishing/Equipment
  • Toilet
  • Baby Change


Ritz Station
Verein Besucherzentrum Niederwald
Furkastrasse 20
3989 Niederwald

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