Museum Wiesbaden

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The Museum Wiesbaden is one of three state museums in the state of Hesse. Lovers of art and nature as well as art enthusiasts with a passion for the expressionism cannot do without visiting the museum.

© Museum Wiesbaden / Foto: Bernd Fickert

The Museum Wiesbaden is one of three state museums in the state of Hesse where lovers of art and nature will find very interesting and beautiful works of art. It owns more than 100 works of the russian painter Alexej von Jawlensky, which makes it the most important Jawlensky collection in Europe. Additionally, installations, objects, sculptures and paintings from the later half of the 20th century form the focal points of the collection. Besides, the museum regularly organises noteworthy special exhibitions of international contemporary art such as for the Ritschl prizewinner Katharina Grosse from july 10th to october 11th 2015 or Schmidt-Rottluff´s "Picture and Self-portrait" exhibition in winter 2015/16.

With the reopening of the south wing in May 2013 a new presentation of art of the 12th to the 19th century was opened in the Museum Wiesbaden. Parallel to that, the "Naturhistorische Sammlung" (Natural History collection) opened with the new "Ästethik der Natur" (Aesthetics of Nature) permanent exhibition in the north wing. The natural science collection comprises not only geological and mineral exhibits of vertebrates and botanical exhibits. After completion of the overall refurbishments, the building now offers a tour of a broad Panorama from art to nature on a 7.000 square meter exhibiton area.

Accessible entrance for people with disabilities on the left side of the main entrance and inductions system for hearing impaired people in the lecture hall.

Buggies, wheelchairs and stools can be rented in the foyer.

Permanent Exhibitions 6€ (discounted admission 4€)

Special Exhibitions 10€ (discounted admission incl. Permanent Exhibitions 7€)

Admission is free to children under 18, when accompanied by a parent.

Monday 10:00 - 18:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 20:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 17:00
Thursday 10:00 - 20:00
Friday 10:00 - 17:00
Saturday 10:00 - 18:00
Sunday 10:00 - 18:00

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