Museum of the Earliest and Ancient History of Thuringia

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    Pre- and Early History
    99423 - Weimar
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    50.975435, 11.326193
    Thuringia – an important cultural region in the heart of Germany and Europe – since the very begin-ning of human settlements, it was the home to a mix of numerous cultures, ethnic groups and peo-ples such as the Celts, Germans, Slavs or Franks, which is also a reflection of early European history. A complex picture is drawn for the period of 400,000 years of Thuringian history, not only the mate-rial culture but also the natural environment, technology and housing construction, intellectual cul-ture, the arts and the people are in the focus of the exhibition.
    For the oldest history of Thuringia to become comprehensible, a great number of original finds from the most important archaeological excavations, drawings, models and life-size reconstructions communicate a lively image on an exhibition space of more than 1,000 m².

    Opening hours
    Monday: closed
    Tuesday: 9 am to 6 pm
    Wednesday to Friday: 9 am to 5 pm
    Saturday, Sunday, holidays: 10 am to 5 pm

    Admission fees (incl. audio guide)
    Adults: 3.50 €
    Reduced: 2.50 €
    Families: 6.00 €
    School students: 1.00 € (Thuringian school groups during lessons free admission)
    Special tours: 15.00 €

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    Humboldtstraße 11
    99423 Weimar

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