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Linden-Museum Stuttgart

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Stuttgart
Germany
One of the largest ethnological museums in Europe invites visitors not only to explore fascinating cultures from far away but also to embark on a journey around the world - all under one roof.

The collection comprises around 160,000 exhibits ranging from articles of everyday use to internationally renowned highlights. Permanent exhibitions focus on the Islamic Orient, South and East Asia and Africa (starting 16 March 2019). They offer deep insight into their cultural history as well as every day culture. Highlights are a Tibetan altar room, a Japanese tea house, an Afghan bazaar street and masks from the Cameroon Grasslands.

The Linden-Museum takes on responsibility for the cultural memory of humankind, is sensitive to the dynamic of cultural processes in an ever more globalized world and seeks actively to encourage the dialogue between members of different cultures. Get to know the world – with the Linden-Museum in Stuttgart!

Fotos: A. Dreyer
Linden-Museum Stuttgart
Linden-Museum Stuttgart
Linden-Museum Stuttgart
Opening hours

TUE-SAT 10.00-17.00
SUN and bank holiday 10.00-18.00 (closed on Good Friday and 24, 25 and 31 December)
Address
Linden-Museum Stuttgart
Hegelplatz 1
70174
Stuttgart
Germany
+49 711 20 223

48.7825, 9.17015