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The Library of Mathematics is domiciled in the Center of Mathematics (Endenicher Allee 60):

Position plan of Endenicher Allee 60

By bus/By train

The following bus lines operate the route from Bonn Central Station to the Center of Mathematics:

  • Line 604: Direction Bonn, Ückesdorf Mitte
  • Line 605: Direction Alfter, Hertersplatz; Alfter, Oedekoven Rathaus; Bonn, Malteser Krankenhaus
  • Line 606: Direction Alfter, Oedekoven Rathaus/Heresplatz; Bonn, Malteser Krankenhaus
  • Line 607: Direction Bonn, Malteser Krankenhaus

The stop Kaufmannstraße is placed within splitting distance to the Center of Mathematics. Please get off the bus there.

You find a timetable information at Verkehrsverbund Rhein-Sieg.

By car

You can easily reach the Center of Mathematics by motorway 565. Thereto, take the Bonn-Endenich (6) exit from the motorway and drive into town.

After 850 meters, turn right on Wittelsbacherring. After additional 350 meters, turn right at Beethovenplatz on Endenicher Allee (third street to the right). You find the Center of Mathematics after 450 meters on the right-hand side.

There exists a limited number of parking lots in front of the building.

By foot/By train

Bonn Central Station is a good starting point. Alternatively to going by bus, you can reach the Center of Mathematics by foot in about ten or fifteen minutes.

If you are in Bonn Central Station, use the Quantisstraße exit. If you are on the town facing side of Bonn Central Station, walk across the station.

Continue on Quantiusstraße to the right. The street's name varies to Beethovenplatz and Endenicher Allee in between. The Center of Mathematics is placed on the right-hand side of the street.

By teleportation

Due to monumental protection reasons, we ask you not to teleport onto the top of the Center of Mathematics. We warmly recommend to use the sufficiently existing place in front of the Center. Please pay attention to the cars (that are the sharp-edged, buzzing boxes with two wheels located on each side) because a collision should be avoided, especially during the landing.

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