Your Guide to UN Bonn!
Kindly take a look at the frequently asked questions. If you have a question that is not answered below, feel free to send us an email.
Can I visit UN Bonn?
Yes, you can! We host groups of visitors. Kindly submit your request in an email at least two weeks prior to your visit. If possible, you should also provide us with two alternative dates as well as the preferred topic for your presentation. You will receive a confirmation at our earliest convenience.
What topics do the presentations cover?
We offer lectures and presentations on topics relevant to the United Nations and its various tasks, among other:
- United Nations in Bonn, the history of the UN Campus, the different organizations and their work
- The work of the UN worldwide, e.g. peace and security, peacekeeping missions, humanitarian aid, topics related to environment, nutrition, economic development, globalization and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
- Job and internship opportunities with the United Nations and international organizations
Please note that, due to popular demand, we can only offer a limited number of lectures and presentations.
What is needed for registration?
After the receipt of confirmation, please send us a list of participants, at least three working days prior to the visit. This list should contain surname, first name, nationality, including the number of the photo IDs (passport or national ID) and be in alphabetical order.
What is the maximum number of participants per group?
The maximum number is 25 persons. Unfortunately, we cannot receive individuals.
What do I need to bring?
For security reasons, only persons who have signed up for the tour will be given access to the premises. Kindly note that all guests must carry a valid photo ID (passport or national ID) and pass through a security check.
What will the security check be like?
In order to access the building, you will need to go through a security check similar to that at an airport. Therefore, we advise you to show up early, bring a picture ID and leave any dangerous goods at home. You are, however, allowed to bring water bottles.
How do I get to UN Bonn?
You will find detailed directions and maps under contacts.
...and learn what UN Bonn is all about. You will understand the meaning of our joint goal “shaping a sustainable future”. Visits are upon prior request. Kindly find the details alongside.
UN Bonn at a glance
UN Bonn with about 20 organizations and almost 1,000 staff members, is here to help governments and peoples find answers and ways for a sustainable future on this planet.
The UN Campus is formed by the Langer Eugen (named after the former Bundestag President Eugen Gerstenmaier) and Altes Abgeordnetenhochhaus, together with Haus Carstanjen. These premises played an important part in shaping Germany’s new postwar democracy and were made available to the United Nations after refurbishment.