The Wilhelm Fabry Museum is a medical history museum in the city of Hilden with a focus on medical and industrial history. The museum was named after the doctor Wilhelm Fabry, who died in 1634. The museum is a member of the "European Association of Museums of the History of Medical Sciences" and the "Arbeitskreis Bergische Museen". Opened in 1984, it is nowadays a popular museum, both for the residents of Hilden and for daily tourism.
Our Q-Park car parks Sparkassen Center and Bismarckpassage are located in the heart of Hilden and offer the perfect parking spaces for your vehicle while you explore the traces of medical and industrial history.
Cheap parking in Hilden - at Q-Park
So that you can park your car safely in the heart of Hilden, we offer our guests a maximum daily fee of 8 euros in the Q-Park Sparkassen Center multi-storey car park. Would you prefer to park in the Q-Park multi-storey car park Bismarckpassage? No problem! Here you can park your car all week round for a maximum of 10 euros per day.
Cheap parking at the Wilhelm Fabry Museum - Take your time for more important things than looking for a parking space for a long time. Book and reserve your parking space quickly and conveniently now.