Bislich Dyke- Villagemuseum


The people of Bislich opened their local history museum in May 1983 and expanded it in 2000 with the Rhine Dyke Museum. 

The dyke village museum in Bislich provides fascinating insights into the interesting local and dyke construction history, the centuries-old tradition of brick production on the Lower Rhine and everything worth knowing about the Rhine and its floodplains as an ecologically diverse habitat. In 2006, the building was extended to include the Brick Museum and in 2014 the Kock Forge branch was added. Last but not least, it is an information centre for the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Lower Germanic Limes with informative insights into Roman times on the Germanic side.

The popular markets in the museum courtyard in spring and autumn invite numerous guests from near and far to experience the great village life in Bislich up close.

Opening Times 
Apr. - Oct.: Sat. + Sun.2 - 5 pm
Nov., Feb. Mrz.: Sun.      11 am - 4 pm
public holidays2  -5 pm



Guided tours on various topics are offered for groups and can be booked daily all year round by prior arrangement. A combined tour of the museum, the village and the Catholic church is also possible by arrangement.