These are the best museums in Wuppertal:
Zoo WuppertalWuppertalThe Zoologischer Garten Wuppertal, in short Zoo Wuppertal or Wuppertaler Zoo, is a zoo in Wuppertal in Germany. The zoo was opened in 1881 and after an expansion in 2006, the zoo contains an area of 24 hectares. The park-like layout of the zoo features numerous trees and lanes. Zoo Wuppertal is home
Von der Heydt-MuseumWuppertalThe Von der Heydt Museum is a museum in Wuppertal, housed in the former city hall of Elberfeld. The museum is named after the Von der Heydt family which were important patrons. The museum's permanent collection contains paintings and sculptures from the sixteenth century to the present, including wo
Bergische MuseumsbahnenWuppertalThe Bergische Museumsbahn is a heritage tram museum in Wuppertal that operates its own tram line on original rails with original cars. It is one of the smallest running tram systems in the world.
Museum für FrühindustrialisierungWuppertalThe Museum für Frühindustrialisierung (The Museum of Early Industrialization) is an industrial and social history museum in Wuppertal. The museum is dedicated to the early development of industry in Wuppertal in the multifaceted interplay of technological, social, economic and mental history factors