The birthplace of one the most influential German scholars of the 19th century, the Karl Marx House in Trier is among Germany's most important historical museums.
Redesigned in 2005, the permanent exhibition provides a vivid and accessible tour of Karl Marx (1818-1883) the man, his place in history and the development of his philosophical and economic ideas. Key works such as 'The Communist Party Manifesto' and 'Das Kapital' are placed in their 19th-century context.
November-March: Monday 2pm-5pm, Tuesday-Sunday 11am-5pm; April-October: daily 10am-6pm, first Friday of the month 10am-8pm
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