The tours through the facilities at Seebüll always begin and end in the Foyer 1/. Here you will find all the information you need, and can register for the tours. This is also the location of our museum shop, and the entrance to the exhibition about Nolde’s life, to the film presentations, and to Cafe Seebüll 2/.
The pathway through the garden, incidentally, traces the initials A and E – Ada and Emil Nolde. As is well known, Nolde painted many paintings and flower-watercolours in his “little paradise”. The Nolde’s enjoyed many hours in Little Seebüll 4/, the small garden house. The modern Botanicum 5/ serves for research into, and preservation of the authentic planting of the Nolde garden.
The true centrepiece of Seebüll is the Nolde Museum 3/, with its painting gallery and exhibition rooms in the historic studio and residential house. Except for the museum, all rooms and pathways on the property are handicapped accessible.
There are enough parking spaces P/ available, and beside the Foyer 1/ there are sufficient bike stands F/.