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Museum am Lindenplatz

History and tradition
Others
Weil am Rhein
Germany
The neoclassical house from the year 1845 in the former centre of Altweil is home to the Museum at Lindenplatz. It served as a school and town hall for more than 120 years until the relocation of the city centre in the 1960s. It has been a museum ever since. In 2010, the latest permanent exhibition, the “Design-Collection h.th. baumann – kunst & design 1950-2010“ was opened to the public. The collection links the architecture and design of Weil am Rhein with local history. Professor Hans Theo Baumann was born and raised in Weil am Rhein and is regarded as one of Germany's most influential designers of the 20th century.
Museum am Lindenplatz
Museum am Lindenplatz
Erinnerungsort: Ausgewiesene Elsässer & Reichsdeutsche
Suitable for families
Opening hours

SAT 15.00-18.00, SUN and holidays 14.00-18.00

Guided tours and special opening hours on demand
Address
Museum am Lindenplatz
Lindenplatz 1
Altweil
79576
Weil am Rhein
Germany
+49 7621 79 22 19

47.59433, 7.6314