All history museums and attractions to visit in Germany

Germany is a good place to visit if you are interested in history. Below we list all 102 history museums in Germany, to lose yourself in the place's cultural heritage and local history.

Are you a real history buff and are you looking for the best history museums to visit in Germany? These are the ones:

  1. Jewish Museum1

    Jewish Museum

    Opened in 2001, the Jewish Museum in Berlin ranks among the largest ones of its kind in Europe. Visitors can learn more about the history of German Jews from medieval settlements to the modern age and experience the history of Germany from the perspective of the Jewish minority. The museum consists
  2. German Historical Museum2

    German Historical Museum

    Opened in 1987, as part of the celebration of 750 years since the founding of Berlin, the German Historical Museum follows the long history of the German nation, as well as that of entire Europe. The museum is located in two main buildings, one modernist, other Baroque, which were erected some 250 y
  3. Documentation Center Nazi Party Rally Grounds3

    Documentation Center Nazi Party Rally Grounds

    The Documentation Center Nazi Party Rally Grounds is a museum in Nuremberg housed in the remains of the Congress Hall of the former Nazi party rallies. The museum features a permanent exhibition called "Fascination and Terror" on the causes, connections, and consequences of Nazi Germany and National
  4. Museum Ship Rickmer Rickmers4

    Museum Ship Rickmer Rickmers

    The Rickmer Rickmers is a significant historical monument in Hamburg. This three-masted steel cargo sailing ship is now a museum, providing visitors with a glimpse into the maritime history of the city. It is located in the port of Hamburg at the St. Pauli Landing Bridges, a popular tourist area known for its vibrant nightlife and entertainment.
  5. DDR Museum5

    DDR Museum

    The DDR Museum is an authentic and interactive museum devoted to the daily life in former East Germany (DDR). It is divided into three main areas: Public Life, State and Ideology, and Life in a Tower Block. You can see a typical DDR living room, try on usual DDR clothes, use an original typewriter o
  6. Nymphenburg Palace6

    Nymphenburg Palace

    Designed by Agostino Barelli, the name of this palace literally translates as the Castle of the Nymphs. When the Bavarian royalty in the 17th century wanted to take a summer break, they would go to the Nymphenburg Palace. Today, it is open to the public and home to several historical museums. You ca
  7. Palace of Tears7

    Palace of Tears

    The Palace of Tears (Tränenpalast) is the former train station and a crossing place between East and West Germany. Citizens from the west part of the country were allowed to travel and this was the place where they said their goodbyes to their friends and family in the east. After the fall of the Be
  8. Senckenberg Natural History Museum8

    Senckenberg Natural History Museum

    The Naturmuseum Senckenberg (Senckenberg Natural History Museum) is the largest museum of natural sciences in Germany, located in Frankfurt and housed in a building that was built between 1904 and 1907. The Naturmuseum Senckenberg holds the largest collection of large dinosaurs in Europe. One specif
  9. Samurai Museum Berlin9

    Samurai Museum Berlin

    The Samurai Museum Berlin is a unique institution that houses a private collection of artifacts and art objects related to the Japanese warrior class. This collection belongs to Peter Janssen, a construction entrepreneur. The museum offers a rare opportunity to explore the rich history and culture of the Samurai, making it a fascinating destination for those interested in Japanese history and culture.
  10. Roman-German Museum10

    Roman-German Museum

    The Romano-Germanic Museum (Roman-German Museum) is an archaeological museum in Cologne that holds and exhibits Roman artifacts from the Roman settlement of Colonia Claudia Ara Agrippinensium, the Roman settlement on which the city of Cologne is built. The museum can be seen as an archaeological sit
  11. Spicy's Spice Museum11

    Spicy's Spice Museum

    The museum is situated in the historic Speicherstadt, on an old storage floor in the Speicher Block L. This location adds to the charm and authenticity of the museum, providing a fitting backdrop for the exploration of spices.
  12. Neue Wache12

    Neue Wache

  13. Schloss Benrath13

    Schloss Benrath

    Schloss Benrath (Benrath Palace) is a Baroque-style maison de plaisance - a pleasure palace - in Benrath, a borough of Düsseldorf. The palace was built for the Elector Palatine Charles Theodor and his wife, Countess Palatine Elisabeth Auguste of Sulzbach.Construction of the palace began in 1755 and
  14. Germanisches Nationalmuseum14

    Germanisches Nationalmuseum

    The Germanisches Nationalmuseum is the largest museum of cultural history in Germany, located in Nuremberg. The museum holds and exhibits a large collection of items related to German culture and art from prehistoric times to the present day. The collection consists of around 1,3 million objects of
  15. Stasi Museum15

    Stasi Museum

    Dedicated to East Germany's secret police and housed in its former headquarters, the Stasi Museum in Berlin will inform you about state surveillance. The collection of the museum includes spy equipment and visitors can explore unchanged offices, and learn about the establishment of the Ministry of S
  16. Haus der Wannsee-Konferenz16

    Haus der Wannsee-Konferenz

    Despite its romantic setting by the lake, the Haus der Wannsee-Konferenz has witnessed a dreadful part of German history. The so-called "Final Solution", the deportation and mass murder of European Jews, was put into motion in this villa in 1942. As a reminder of these horrible acts, it has been tur
  17. Museum of Hamburg History (Hamburgmuseum)17

    Museum of Hamburg History (Hamburgmuseum)

    The Hamburg Museum, or Museum of Hamburg History, is a history museum on this history of the city of Hamburg that was established in 1922. The museum has many objects preserved by the Society of Hamburg History that was founded in 1839. The museum is known for displaying miniature scale models that
  18. Story of Berlin18

    Story of Berlin

    Operating since 1999, the interactive museum Story of Berlin presents the history of Berlin. Learn how people lived in different eras of the city's history. You can also take a guided tour through a nuclear bomb shelter from the Cold War. The museum is located inside the Kudamm Karree shopping mall.
  19. German Hygiene Museum19

    German Hygiene Museum

    The German Hygiene Museum (Deutsches Hygiene-Museum) is a medical museum in Dresden. It sees itself as a public forum for science, culture and society. On permanent display are the permanent exhibition "Abenteuer Mensch" and the "Kinder-Museum Unsere fünf Sinne". The permanent exhibition puts the hu
  20. Military History Museum20

    Military History Museum

    The Bundeswehr Military History Museum (Militärhistorisches Museum der Bundeswehr Dresden, MHMBw) is the military museum of the Bundeswehr (the German Armed Forces). The museum is housed in a former military arsenal and is one of the major military history museums in Germany. The Military History Mu
  21. Bach Museum21

    Bach Museum

    The Bach Museum is a museum in Leipzig that is dedicated to the composer Johann Sebastian Bach and his family. It is located in the Bosehaus where the Bach Archive is located. In addition to original pieces from Bach's life, interactive elements have also been added to the presentation. There are mu
  22. Spy Museum Berlin22

    Spy Museum Berlin

    Spy Museum is a private museum in Berlin that was inaugurated in 2015. The museum has an interactive and multimedia-oriented exhibition that deals with the history of international spy and intelligence services. A special focus in the Spy Museum Berlin is on the spies in Berlin during the Cold War.
  23. Rautenstrauch-Joest-Museum23


    The Rautenstrauch-Joest Museum is a museum of ethnography in Cologne that arose from a collection of over 3500 items belonging to ethnographer Wilhelm Joest. The museum answers questions such as: How do people live their lives at different times and in different parts of the world? And what connects
  24. Museum in der Runden Ecke24

    Museum in der Runden Ecke

    The Museum in der Runden Ecke is a museum in Leipzig on the history, structure and operation of the Ministry of State Security (MfS) in the GDR. The museum houses the permanent exhibition "Stasi - Power and Banality".
  25. Zeitgeschichtliches Forum25

    Zeitgeschichtliches Forum

    The Zeitgeschichtliche Forum is a museum in Leipzig that illustrates the history of the German division, of everyday life in the communist dictatorship of the GDR and of the reunification process as well as the challenges that face the reunited Germany in the 21st century. The permanent exhibition b
  26. Martin-Gropius-Bau26


    The Martin-Gropius-Bau, previously used as a museum for applied art, is an exhibition building and art hall in Berlin. The building is intended for large exhibitions with a temporary character, but also the presentation of archaeological collections, linking these to current issues and discourses. U
  27. Goethe House27

    Goethe House

    The Goethe House is a writer's house museum in Frankfurt. The Goethe House was the residence of the Goethe family until 1795. When the house was bought by geologist Otto Volger in 1863, it got restored to the condition the Goethe family had left it in. The house was destroyed during World War II, bu
  28. Altes Museum28

    Altes Museum

    Designed by Karl Friedrich Schinkel, this building is one of the finest examples of the Neoclassical Architecture in Berlin. Being fully dedicated to classical antiquity, the Altes Museum houses several thousands of historically and culturally important artefacts. Its chronologically divided areas i
  29. State Collection of Egyptian Art29

    State Collection of Egyptian Art

    The State Collection of Egyptian Art in Munich (Staatliche Sammlung für Ägyptische Kunst) is an archaeological museum in Munich that holds and exhibits the state collection of Ancient Egypt art with exhibitions both on the predynastic as well as the dynastic periods. The State Collection of Egyptian
  30. Museum in der Kulturbrauerei30

    Museum in der Kulturbrauerei

    The Museum in der Kulturbrauerei in Berlin shows the permanent exhibition "Everyday life in the GDR", using objects, documents, film and sound examples to illustrate the tension between the expectations of the political system and the real living conditions. The exhibition is divided into four main
  31. Bavarian National Museum31

    Bavarian National Museum

    The Bavarian National Museum (Bayerisches Nationalmuseum) is a museum of applied art in Munich that holds and exhibits objects originating from the Middle Ages onward. The museum was founded in 1855 by King Maximilian II of Bavaria and houses a varied collection of sculptures and visual art collecti
  32. Dom-Museum32


  33. The German Resistance Memorial Centre33

    The German Resistance Memorial Centre

    The German Resistance Memorial Centre is a memorial, museum with a permanent exhibition and research center in Berlin that is dedicated to German resistance to Nazism, occupying three floors of one of the Bendlerblock buildings. It was at the Bendlerblock in the inner courtyard where members of the
  34. Historical Museum34

    Historical Museum

    The Historical Museum (Historisches Museum) is a museum in Frankfurt am Main that holds and exhibits cultural and historical objects relating to the history of Frankfurt and Germany. These objects are displayed in permanent chronological exhibitions, namely: Medieval Frankfurt, the Late Middle Ages,
  35. Wurttemberg State Museum in Old Castle35

    Wurttemberg State Museum in Old Castle

    The Landesmuseum Württemberg (Württemberg State Museum) in Stuttgart was founded in 1862 by Wilhelm I. König von Württemberg. Its origin dates back to the 16th century. Back in the Kunstkammer, the dukes collected everything that was rare, precious and unusual. The museum's mission is to depict Germ
  36. City Museum at Fembo House36

    City Museum at Fembo House

    The Stadtmuseum Fembohaus (City Museum at Fembo House) is the city museum of Nuremberg that is dedicated to the history of Nuremberg that spans 950 years. The building that houses the City Museum is the Fembohaus, Nuremberg's only surviving large merchant's house of the late Renaissance. The museum
  37. Museum of European Cultures37

    Museum of European Cultures

    The (Museum of European Cultures) in Berlin (Museum der Europäischen Kulturen) is one of the three museums of the Berlin-Dahlem Museums complex in Berlin. The main focus of the collection is on art and cultural objects of European peoples and ethnic groups. With more than 270,000 museum pieces, the
  38. Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial38

    Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial

    The Neuengamme concentration camp was a network of concentration camps in the North of Germany that consisted of the main camp, Neuengamme, and its more than 85 subcamps. With more than 100000 prisoners that came through The Neuengamme camp and its subcamps, it became the largest concentration camp
  39. Anne Frank Zentrum39

    Anne Frank Zentrum

    The Anne Frank Zentrum is the German partner organization of the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam. Its permanent exhibition "All about Anne" invites audiences to explore Anne Frank's life and her diary as a way to personalize the history of the Holocaust. Interactive learning installations encourage vi
  40. Munich Municipal Museum40

    Munich Municipal Museum

    The Munich Municipal Museum (Munich Stadtmuseum) is the city's main museum that houses various exhibitions on topics related to Munich on three floors, with focus on the culture. The museum is housed in the former municipal arsenal and stables, both of the late Gothic period. The museum features var
  41. Bremer Geschichtenhaus41

    Bremer Geschichtenhaus

    The Bremer Geschichtenhaus (Bremen Story House) in Bremen is a "living" museum where historical events and personalities of Bremen's life in historical settings from the mid-17th to the 20th century are prsented. Visitors are guided through the exhibition by unemployed citizens that wear costumes an
  42. Berlin Story Museum42

    Berlin Story Museum

    The Berlin Story Museum houses three floors of exhibitions that provide you with a concise overview of the history of Berlin. You will see period photographs, films, and other artefacts. As a part of a guided tour, you can access an authentic air raid shelter dating back to the World War II.
  43. Krameramtswohnungen Museum43

    Krameramtswohnungen Museum

  44. Allied Museum44

    Allied Museum

    The Allied Museum is a museum in Berlin that documents the involvement of Western powers, the Allies (the United States, Britain and France) in Germany and Berlin between 1945 and 1994. The museum mainly shows the political and military history of the Cold War, illustrating the lives of the soldiers
  45. Neue Synagoge Berlin - Centrum Judaicum45

    Neue Synagoge Berlin - Centrum Judaicum

    Built in the 19th century, the Neue Synagoge Berlin has had a rough history, being damaged on several occasions. Due to its Moorish Revival style, it is fairly similar to a well-known Spanish palace, Alhambra. You are welcome to visit services that are still held here and to explore its museum. In s
  46. Stuck Villa (Jugendstil Museum)46

    Stuck Villa (Jugendstil Museum)

    Stuck Villa (Jugendstil Museum) is a villa in Munich designed and built by the painter Franz von Stuck for his personal use between 1897 and 1898. In 1968 it was transformed to house the Museum Villa Stuck dedicated to Art Nouveau. The interior presents some of the artist's paintings and retains the
  47. Memorium Nuremberg Trials47

    Memorium Nuremberg Trials

    The Memorium Nuremberg Trials (Memorium Nurnberger Prozesse) is an institution in Nuremberg. From 1945 to 1949, the Nuremberg Trials took place in the jury courtroom of the Nuremberg Palace of Justice. The Memorium Nuremberg Trials illustrates the history, course and aftermath of the processes. The
  48. Lower Saxony State Museum48

    Lower Saxony State Museum

    The Lower Saxony State Museum (Niedersächsische Landesmuseum Hannover) is a museum in Hannover. The museum's collection includes the Landesgalerie, a collection of paintings and sculptures dating from the Middle Ages to the early twentieth century. Furthermore, the museum features departments for ar
  49. Jewish Museum49

    Jewish Museum

    The Jewish Museum Frankfurt am Main (Jüdisches Museum Frankfurt) is the oldest independent Jewish Museum in Germany. The museum collects, preserves and communicates the nine-hundred-year-old Jewish history and culture of Frankfurt from a European perspective. It includes a permanent exhibition in tw
  50. Museum of Antiquities (Antikensammlungen)50

    Museum of Antiquities (Antikensammlungen)

    The Staatliche Antikensammlungen (National Collections of Ancient Objects, Museum of Antiquities) is a museum in Munich with antiquities from Greece, Etruria and Rome. The building called Ausstellungsgebäude which houses the museum collections was built at the behest of Ludwig I, inspired by a templ
  51. Kunstbunker51


    The Historische Kunstbunker (Historic art bunker) is a tunnel complex under the Nuremberg Castle in Nuremberg. Visitors can participate in discovery tours to take a look at Nuremberg from a completely different side and discover places that have existed for many centuries but are hidden under the st
  52. Historisches Museum Hannover52

    Historisches Museum Hannover

    The Historisches Museum Hannover (Historical Museum Hannover) collects and exhibits objects related to the history of the city of Hannover and today's Lower Saxony. The museum is divided into the following departments: "From the Principality to the Kingdom" with the development of the Principality o
  53. Deutscher Dom53

    Deutscher Dom

    The Deutscher Dom is an old German Protestant church on the south side of the Gendarmenmarkt in Berlin. The building with a five-leaf shape, designed by Martin Grünberg, was built in 1708 by Giovanni Simonetti. In 1785 a tower with a dome was added that resembles that of the Französischer Dom. The c
  54. Speicherstadtmuseum54


    The Speicherstadtmuseum is located in the former warehouse with an authentic atmosphere. In the warehouse all the goods were stored to be transported to another destination. The Speicherstadtmuseum mostly illustrates the importance of trade for Hamburg with historical photos and many interesting exh
  55. Museum of Local History (Stadtgeschichtliches)55

    Museum of Local History (Stadtgeschichtliches)

    The Stadtgeschichtliches Museum Leipzig is a museum in Leipzig that collects, documents and exhibits objects, information and contexts of the city from the city of Leipzig in the early Middle Ages to the present. Housed in the city town hall, this museum is devoted to the history of Leipzig. Visitor
  56. Dresden City Museum56

    Dresden City Museum

    The Dresden City Museum (Stadtmuseum Dresden) is the central city and local history museum of the Saxon capital Dresden in Germany. The museum is housed in the Landhaus and is dedicated to the more than 800-year history of the city. The permanent exhibition of the Dresden City Museum addresses vario
  57. Kölnisches Stadtmuseum57

    Kölnisches Stadtmuseum

    The Kölnisches Stadtmuseum (Cologne CIty Museum) is a museum in Cologne that is housed in The Zeughaus, the city's former arsenal. The building was built between 1594 and 1606 and has served as a museum since 1958. It is built on the remains of the Roman city wall. Exhibits of the permanent exhibiti
  58. Blackbox Cold War Museum58

    Blackbox Cold War Museum

    The Blackbox Cold War Museum in Berlin features an exhibition housed inside a black, box-shaped building at Checkpoint Charlie. The museum is dedicated to the Cold War and features authentic exhibits and 16 media stations with film excerpts and interviews, relating to topics such as rearmament, host
  59. Paleontological Museum Munich59

    Paleontological Museum Munich

    The Paleontological Museum Munich is a museum in Munich that exhibits objects from the Bayerischen Staatssammlung für Paläontologie und Geologie (Bavarian State Collection for Paleontology and Geology). The building that houses the museum dates from the 20th century when it was planned to be a schoo
  60. Werkbundarchiv – Museum der Dinge60

    Werkbundarchiv – Museum der Dinge

    The Museum chronicles the product culture of the 20th & 21st centuries, a culture marked by mass production & industrial manufacturing. At the core of our institution is the archive of the Deutsche Werkbund. Founded in 1907, this group of German artists, designers & manufacturers was one of the lead
  61. Museum Otto Weidt61

    Museum Otto Weidt

    The Museum Otto Weidt is dedicated to Otto Weidt and his workshop for the blind and deaf, whom he tried to protect from persecution. Visitors can explore authentic rooms of the workshop where Jewish workers used to produce brooms and brushes. This place served also as a hiding place for some of the
  62. Jewish Museum Munich62

    Jewish Museum Munich

    The Jewish Museum Munich is a museum in Munich that provides an overview of Munich’s Jewish history, located between the main synagogue Ohel Jakob and the Jewish Community Center. The 900 square meters of exhibition space is spread over three floors. The ground floor features the permanent exhibitio
  63. Maerkisches Museum63

    Maerkisches Museum

    The Märkisches Museum in Berlin presents a variety of objects on the culture and history of Berlin. The permanent exhibition „Here is Berlin!“ invites you to take a walk through Berlin's streets and neighborhoods, where visitors experience how Berlin has changed over the centuries. „Ask your city!“
  64. Focke-Museum64


    The Focke Museum is a museum of history and the history of art in Bremen. It is surrounded by a spacious park and includes four historic buildings, the modern main building and the recently built Schaumagazin. In the buildings,the collections on the history of the city and general cultural history f
  65. Museum fur Ostasiatische Kunst65

    Museum fur Ostasiatische Kunst

    The Museum für Ostasiatische Kunst (Museum of East Asian Art) is a museum in Cologne that specializes in East Asian art that started off with the collection of Adolf Fischer (1856 - 1914) and his wife Frieda (1874 - 1945). The museum houses the most important collection of art from China, Korea and
  66. Museum am Rothenbaum – Kulturen und Künste der Welt66

    Museum am Rothenbaum – Kulturen und Künste der Welt

    The Museum am Rothenbaum – Kulturen und Künste der Welt is one of the largest museums of ethnology in Europe. The museum has a collection of over 350.000 objects.
  67. East Wall Museum (Museum am Ostwall)67

    East Wall Museum (Museum am Ostwall)

    The East Wall Museum (Museum am Ostwall) is a museum of modern and contemporary art, located in the former Dortmunder U brewery on the Leonie-Reygers-Terrasse in the German city of Dortmund. The museum collection includes paintings, sculptures, objects and photographs and a collection of graphics of
  68. Silent Heroes Memorial Center68

    Silent Heroes Memorial Center

  69. Archäologisches Museum Hamburg69

    Archäologisches Museum Hamburg

    The Archaeological Museum Hamburg (Archäologisches Museum Hamburg) owns a collection that puts its focus on the archaeology of Northern Germany and the history of the town of Harburg. The museum houses one of the largest collections on prehistory and early history of Northern Germany. Changing speci
  70. Resistance & Persecution Museum70

    Resistance & Persecution Museum

    The Steinwache is a memorial museum in Dortmund. It is a Resistance & Persecution Museum housed in the police station Steinwache that was established in 1906. In 1933 the Gestapo took over the prison and imprisoned and tortured opponents of the Nazi regime. Between 1933 and 1945 more than 66,000 peo
  71. Museum of Work71

    Museum of Work

    Museum of Work is an unusual museum devoted to the changes in the work process over the last 150 years. The museum mostly focuses on the industrialization.
  72. Altonaer Museum - Norddeutsches Landesmuseum72

    Altonaer Museum - Norddeutsches Landesmuseum

    The Altonaer Museum - Norddeutsches Landesmuseum tells the story of the Altona district, which used to be an independent centre with sea trade until the 20th century.
  73. Brecht Weigel Museum73

    Brecht Weigel Museum

  74. Hafenmuseum74


    The Hafenmuseum Bremen Speicher XI is a museum in Bremen that is dedicated to the development of the urban Bremen ports with a local history approach. The museum commemorates the former use of the area, which was characterized by ships, cargo handling and harbor life. The history of the port is told
  75. House of History Baden-Württemberg75

    House of History Baden-Württemberg

    The House of History Baden-Württemberg is a history museum in Stuttgart. The permanent exhibition of the House of History is divided into three parts. In the entrance area, 26 items are on display that are considered typical of Baden-Württemberg, one for each letter of the alphabet. The second part
  76. Gottlieb Daimler Gedächtnisstätte76

    Gottlieb Daimler Gedächtnisstätte

    As if Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach had just completed it, this former garden house is still largely in its original state from 1882. At that time, however, the surrounding park was not a public green oasis in the city but part of Daimler's private estate. The Gottlieb Daimler Gedächtnisstätt
  77. Torhaus Dölitz77

    Torhaus Dölitz

    The Torhaus Dölitz (Gatehouse Dölitz) is the remnant of a noble residence, the castle Dölitz. Large parts of Dölitz Castle and with it the gatehouse were built in the 17th century. The gatehouse contains a tin figure museum, the collection is one of the three largest publicly accessible worldwide wi
  78. Ludwig Roselius Museum78

    Ludwig Roselius Museum

    The Ludwig Roselius Museum (Museum im Roselius-Haus) is a museum in Bremen that holds the private collection of the coffee merchant Ludwig Roselius (1874–1943). The museum is housed in a building that was completed in 1588. The collection consists of various objects from the Middle Ages to the Baroq
  79. Rieck-Haus79


    The Hufnerhaus from 1533, named after the Rieck family of farmers, is one of the oldest preserved half-timbered houses in northern Germany. This open-air museum tells the story of its five hundred years culture and history. The museum focuses on showing peasant life in the Vierlanden before the Indu
  80. Grassi Museum of Ethnology in Leipzig80

    Grassi Museum of Ethnology in Leipzig

    Grassi Museum of Ethnology in Leipzig is a large ethnographic museum in Leipzig in Germany. The museum holds a collection of around 200,000 objects, making it one of the largest ethnographic collections in Germany. The objects can be geographically categorized, with objects form East Asia, Southeast
  81. Museum Village Duppel81

    Museum Village Duppel

    The Museum Village Duppel (Museumsdorf Düppel) is an open-air museum founded in 1975 at the protected landscape area Krummes Fenn in Berlin. The museum, which belongs to the Stiftung Stadtmuseum Berlin, has reconstructed an entire village and its environment as it would have existed in the Middle Ag
  82. Mori-Ôgai-Gedenkstätte82


  83. Palitzsch-Museum83


    The Palitzsch Museum is a museum in Dresden that is dedicated to the 7000-year settlement history of today's district of Prohlis and the Prohlis natural scientist Johann George Palitzsch, who in 1758 first saw the then eagerly awaited Halley's comet. The museum is housed in a former farm and its exh
  84. Schulmuseum Dresden84

    Schulmuseum Dresden

    The Schulmuseum Dresden (School Museum Dresden) is a school museum in Dresden in Germany. The extensive collections of the school museum document the school history of Dresden and consist of an extensive collection of textbooks, teaching aids, pictures and photographs and other objects related to sc
  85. PuppenMuseum Falkenstein85

    PuppenMuseum Falkenstein

    The PuppenMuseum Falkenstein (Doll Museum Falkenstein) shows a nostalgic miniature world of lace, velvet and silk, but also historical and cultural aspects of the bourgeois world from the late 18th century to the 1950s.
  86. Naturkundemuseum86


    The Naturkundemuseum is a natural history museum in Leipzig with geological-paleontological, botanical, zoological and archaeological collections. The museum includes the insect collection of Alexander Julius Reichert. The collections contain a large number of scientifically valuable exhibits. Among
  87. Mineralien-Museum Essen-Kupferdreh87

    Mineralien-Museum Essen-Kupferdreh

    The Mineralien Museum (the Mineralogy Museum) is a museum in Essen that hosts an impressive collection of minerals that used to be private. The minerals are presented in various thematic exhibitions.
  88. Dresden Museum of Ethnology88

    Dresden Museum of Ethnology

    The Dresden Museum of Ethnology (Museum für Völkerkunde Dresden) is a museum in Dresden in Germany that holds and exhibits an ethnographic collection with more than 90,000 pieces from all over the world, including numerous precious, irreplaceable testimonies of long-lost cultures. The museum present
  89. Egyptian Museum of the University of Leipzig89

    Egyptian Museum of the University of Leipzig

    The Egyptian Museum of the University of Leipzig (Ägyptisches Museum der Universität Leipzig) is a museum in Leipzig that holds a collection of approximately 7,000 finds from several millennia, from the Paleolithic and pre-dynastic cultures of Egypt throughout all periods of Pharaonic Egypt (early E
  90. Heimatmuseum Schloss Schönebeck90

    Heimatmuseum Schloss Schönebeck

    Heimatmuseum Schloss Schönebeck is a musuem in Bremen that is housed in the Schönebeck Castle, a moated castle built in North German half-timbering. Special exhibitions cover the topics of the history of the former port city of Vegesack, including topics such as sailing, steamboats, herring loggers,
  91. 91

    Cold War Museum Berlin

  92. Albrecht Dürer's House92

    Albrecht Dürer's House

    The Albrecht Dürer's House (Albrecht-Dürer-Haus) is a Nuremberg Fachwerkhaus and the home of painter, printmaker, and theorist of the German Renaissance Albrecht Dürer from 1509 to his death in 1528. The house was built around 1420 and has five stories functioning as a museum dedicated to Dürer's li
  93. Dresden Armory93

    Dresden Armory

  94. Museum of Pre- and Early History94

    Museum of Pre- and Early History

  95. Heine-Haus95


    The Heine-Haus in Hamburg is the former garden house of Salomon Heine, built in 1832. Since 2001, the Heine-Haus is part ofthe Altonaer Museums
  96. Berlin Gay Museum96

    Berlin Gay Museum

    The Schwules Museum (Berlin Gay Museum) is a museum and research centre in Berlin with collections on LGBT history and culture. The museum opened in 1985, making it the first museum in the world dedicated to gay history. The Schwules Museum organizes several temporary exhibitions every year, includi
  97. 97

    Museum im Stasi-Bunker

  98. 98

    Bandweberei & Museum Kafka

  99. 99

    Museumswohnung Zimmermeister Brunzel Baut ein Mietshaus

  100. 100

    Gedenkstätte Stille Helden

  101. 101

    Kölner Karnevalsmuseum

    The Cologne Carnival Museum (Kölner Karnevalsmuseum, KK Museum) is the largest carnival museum in Germany. The museum is divided into two sections with the exhibition on the history of the carnival and the adventure area.
  102. 102

    Köksch un Qualm

    In Köksch un Qualm, the historic kitchen of a cigar factory, visitors can see maids from up close and make a journey to a bygone era of housekeeping.

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