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Bestaunen Sie viele Superlative der Kulturgeschichte wie die ältesten Kunstwerke der Menschheit (UNESCO-Weltkulturerbe Eiszeitfiguren) oder das älteste Musikinstrument der Welt. Erfahren Sie mehr über das UNESCO-Weltkulturerbe "Pfahlbauten", die...more
This museum, as the castle in which it is located, is part of the University of Tübingen. Do not miss it. It is an archaeological museum with very impressive finds and artifacts, with many rare antiquitiies dating back to the earliest recorded human history in...More
Very cool (and FREE) museum to learn about Tubingen's history. Revolving exhibits as well. Wheelchair access...3 floors and a very nice greeter. Multiple languages for printed and audio tour. The farmers stormed the castle with their cattle and won! A little warm with no ac....More
I'll begin with the positives - the museum is a must if you're visiting Tubingen. It's worth the price of entry alongside exploring the castle for free. There is a free audio-guide available in many different languages, including English, on request and this is really...More
It is a small museum with a low entrance fee. It is opened only Wednesday to Sunday so mondays and tuesdays it is closed. They have exhibitions from many different time periods. Ivory mini artefacts found in Baden Wurtemberg displaying animals such as seahorse and...More
I don't know if the "Origins" exhibition is permanent but I hope it is. Taking you through human development from 40,000 yrs ago to today, largely through the medium of communication, it's well balanced and informative.
I found the Ice Age mini-sculptures fascinating, the tuneless...More
It's a small museum but you can spend 1-2 hours easily. It would be an asset and more consistent if all descriptors could be in German and English.
Tip: cloak room and lockers available to ensure a bag/jacket free visit
One of the issues is that some of the exhibits have only German language description, that would be good but some of the international tourist don't understand it. It is starting in prehistoric times with the inhabitants of the place, and is going over the...More
The first section of the museum deals with ancient man in the area. carved ivory and other artifacts. English descriptions of many of the exhibits. Later the museum features various Greek and Italian cultures, not just the better known ones (Athens, Rome). There are also...More
Went to the museum with my wife and we were both impressed with the amount of times that they had and how big it actually was. The beginning of the museum had descriptions of the items in English but most did not. Hard to complain...More
This was a nice museum- they have lots of different collections of statues and archeology. It's not too large and you won't miss out much if you don't go in but if you are interested in these kinds of things then it is worth it.