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Main-Franconian Museum, Marienberg Citadel

In 2013 the Main-Franconian Museum in Würzburg – one of Bavaria's most important museums – celebrates its 100th anniversary.

Since 1947 its collections have been housed in Marienberg Citadel. The 5,400m² exhibition displays work from artists and craftsmen who were either Franconian by birth or who worked in the region. Must-sees include the world's largest collection of works by sculptor and woodcarver Tilman Riemenschneider, the collection of historical wine vessels and the folklore wing with its traditional costumes.

Opening times:

18 May-6 October: 9am-6pm; 7-31 October: 10am-5pm; 1 November-31 March: 10am-4pm

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