Special places – themed and general museums

If you want the full picture, then these are the places to go: from the film museum through to Handel House, themed museums retrace the steps of notable personalities at authentic sites or highlight specific aspects of human life. For variety in scope and theme, look no further than the general museums.

Goethe is as relevant today as he has always been. That is evident from the exhibition at the Goethe National Museum in Weimar .

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With over 300 exhibits, the Bauhaus Museum gives an insight into the evolution of the Bauhaus at the very place where it originated, Weimar.

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Johann Sebastian Bach was born in Eisenach in Thuringia . In Eisenach today there are more than 250 original exhibits on display inside the 600m² museum dedicated to him: Bach House.

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The Museen am Meer, a network of museums by the sea in Kiel, presents more than 300 years of science, art from ancient times through to the modern day and an interactive learning experience for families.

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Rising up from the sweeping marshlands where Denmark meets northern Germany lies the man-made hill of Seebüll.

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St. Anne's museum quarter in Lübeck is home to a range of exhibition spaces – some modern, some historical – covering nearly 9,000 square metres.

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The history of this house in the Saxony town of Zwickau, in which Robert Schumann was born in 1810, stretches back as far as the 15th century.

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