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Museum am Lindenplatz

Museum am Lindenplatz
Museum am Lindenplatz
Museum am Lindenplatz
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.
Address

Museum am Lindenplatz

Lindenplatz 1
Altweil
79576
Weil am Rhein
Germany
+49 7621 79 22 19
Opening hours
Open all year
Saturday: 15:00-18:00
Sunday: 14:00-18:00

Closed on

47.59433, 7.6314

KZ-Zeichnung, Nicolas Barrera
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Free Sunday tours with Siegert Kittel

Meeting point in the ticket office of the museum on the following dates: Guided tours for groups also possible outside opening hours. Request at museen@weil-am-rhein.de

Event
Das Leiden
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"Nicolas Barrera - Drawings from a German concentration camp"

Leningrad, Paris, Camargue and Weil am Rhein - these are just some of the stations in the eventful life of the artist Nicolas Barrera. In her lecture "Nicolas Barrera - Drawings from a German ...

Event
Georg Elser
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Reading: Rolf Hochhuth: The Berlin Antigone

In his story "Die Berliner Antigone", Hochhuth draws on the Greek drama "Antigone" and transposes the story to Germany in 1944. In the ancient myth, Antigone wants to bury her brother, who fought on ...

Event
KZ-Zeichnung, Nicolas Barrera
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Free Sunday tours with Siegert Kittel

Meeting point in the ticket office of the museum Guided tours for groups also possible outside opening hours. Request at museen@weil-am-rhein.de

Event
KZ-Zeichnung, Nicolas Barrera
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Finissage of the special exhibition "Never again! Two fates under National Socialism. Georg Elser & Nicolas Barrera"

On the last opening day, visitors will have the opportunity to talk to the museum director and curator of the exhibition Dr. Barbara Brutscher and the artist's widow Inken Drozd.

Event
Massengrab
Weil am Rhein
Never again! Two fates under National Socialism

The German Resistance Memorial Center's traveling exhibition "I wanted to prevent the war" is on display on the first floor. It focuses on Georg Elser and the assassination attempt in the ...

Exhibition
Form 200, ABC, Thomas, 1964
Weil am Rhein
100 years of Hans-Theo Baumann

Hans-Theo Baumann grew up in Weil am Rhein and later lived in Schopfheim. Despite his worldwide success as a designer, he always remained connected to the region. He worked in glass, porcelain and ...

Exhibition