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Danube-Swabian Central Museum

A slice of European migration history in the museum: In the 18th and 19th centuries, hundreds of thousands of Germans emigrated to Southeast Europe. Many of them travelled down the Danube to Hungary on "Ulm Schachtel" ferryboats. A visit to the museum can let you discover how their peaceful coexistence with neighboring nations functioned, but also how World War Two led to having to flee and loss of country.

Public guided tours through the museum (1st and 3rd Sunday in the month; 2 pm) and through special exhibition (2nd and 4th Sunday in the month; 2 pm), registered tours for groups (also available in English, Hungarian, Serbian), tours for school classes, museum-educational programs for children and adults according to the program and by appointment, children´s birthday party, exhibition opening, reading, film screenings, lectures, room rental.

 

 

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Danube-Swabian Central Museum

Christian Glass
Schillerstraße 1
89077 Ulm

Phone +49 731 962540
Fax +49 731 96254200
info@remove-this.dzm-museum.de
www.dzm-museum.de

Art Gallery Weishaupt

The magnificent collection of modern and contemporary art curated by entrepreneur Siegfried Weishaupt and his wife Jutta over 40 years, is now available to the public since November 2007 in the private museum, newly built by Munich architect Wolfram Wöhr. The collection includes great names in the evolution of art from the USA and Europe since the mid-20th century. Monumental artists like Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Josef Albers, Max Bill, Wolfgang Laib, Joseph Kosuth, Maurizio Nannucci, and many more are represented here. The represented artists are shown in themed group exhibitions or individual presentations in changing exhibitions in the 1280 square meter area.

A visit to the exhibition - alone or in a group (max. 25 persons), puplic and private tours, creative workshops for children (private booking or school classes).

 

 

 

 

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Art Gallery Weishaupt

Angelika Bauer and
Martina Metzner
Hans-und-Sophie-Scholl-Platz 1
89073 Ulm

Phone +49 731 161-4360
info@remove-this.kunsthalle-weishaupt.de
www.kunsthalle-weishaupt.de

Private Tours

Registration and booking for private tours and school classes:
Phone +49 731 161-4307

Museum of Bread Culture

The unique theme museum is dedicated to the 6,000-year-old history of bread as an indispensable staple of human existence, culture, and civilization. It illustrates both the technical history of bread making and the cultural and social history of bread. Within this scope, the significance of bread and its absence - famine - are documented.

Permanent exhibition with audio guide in German, English, French, Italian, Japanese, Russian, and Chinese. Special exhibitions on topics corresponding to bread, wide range of tours, special events geared to bread, baking venues, lectures.

 

 

 

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Museum of Bread Culture

Salzstadelgasse 10
89073 Ulm

Phone +49 731 769955
Phone +49 731 6021161
info@remove-this.museum-brotkultur.de
www.museum-brotkultur.de

City of Ulm, House of the City´s History

 

The House of History - Ulm City Archive is the "administrative memory" and central initial point of contact to research the history of the city. In addition to securing and indexing the lore of the city and making it available to those interested, its duties also include researching city history and historic educational projects. The written sources stored in the City Archive are from the High Middle Ages to today.

Permanent exhibitions on the history of Ulm in the vaulted hall on the ground floor, presentation of original sources in the reading room for own historical research projects, publications on various different city-historical topics, educational archive program for schools (also see www.ulmergeschichteimnetz.ulm.de)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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City of Ulm, House of the City´s History

Prof. Dr. Michael Wettengel
Weinhof 12
89073 Ulm

Phone +49 731 161-4200
Fax +49 731 161-1633
Stadtarchiv@ulm.de
www.stadtarchiv.ulm.de

Reading Room

  • Monday to Wednesday:
    8:30 am - 5 pm
  • Thursday: 8:30 am - 6 pm
  • Friday: 8 am - 2 pm

Permanent exhibitions on the history of Ulm

  • Tuesday to Sunday:
    11 am - 5 pm

City of Ulm, Ulm Museum

A visit to the Ulm Museum is like a journey through time: From the more than 35,000-year-old "lion man" to the late-Gothic art of Ulm, and ultimately to the international modern art of the Kurt Fried Collection.

Permanent exhibitions in the three areas Archeology, Ancient, and Modern Art, alternating special exhibitions, guided tours on request also available in foreign languages like English, Turkish, Russian, International Day in the Ulm Museum.

 

 

 

 

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City of Ulm, Ulm Museum

Sarah Bosch
Marktplatz 9
89073 Ulm

Phone +49 731 161-4330
Fax +49 731 161-1626
info.ulmer-museum@ulm.de
www.museum.ulm.de