Faberge Museum GmbH, Baden-Baden
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Faberge Museum GmbH, dedicated to the display of items made by the Russian jewelry firm Faberge, holds approximately 700 Faberge items, including the extravagant Rothschild Faberge egg. This jewelry was some of the most renowned in the 19th and 20th centuries, and was supplied to kings, queens, and czars around the world. Look for intricate cigarette cases, table clocks, photo frames, barometers, and brooches. A permanent exhibition, Gold of the World, opened in 2012 and features more than 100 gold items, including an ancient Iranian chalice, ancient Greek jewelry, and a rare, 18th-century British gold trophy. To visit Faberge Museum GmbH and other attractions in Baden-Baden, use our Baden-Baden trip builder.
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Музей впечатляющий, единственное - нельзя фотографировать. Экспонаты грандиозные, история не менее интереснаяAn impressive Museum, the only thing you cannot photograph. The exhibits ambitious history not less interestingshow original
Wir waren von der Ausstellung sehr enttäuscht, da nur sehr wenig Exponate von Fabergé Eiern zu sehen war, dafür umso mehr Kitsch-Gegenstände, wofür sich der teure Eintritt nur bei sehr schlechtem Wett... read more »We were very disappointed by the exhibition, to see only very little exhibits of Fabergé eggs was more kitsch objects, what is worth the expensive admission only in very bad weather, for it. The combination with cigarette cases and 200-teiligem Indian dish succeeded little. All in all not a good idea.show original
Di fronte all'hotel dove soggiornavamo, ci siamo fidati del nome convinti di trovare chissà cosa .... UNA SOLA... costosissimo (a persona 18€.) per visitare due piani di museo ma di 50mq l'uno. Qualch... read more »In front of the hotel where we were staying, we trusted the name convinced of finding something. ... ONE ... very expensive (18 euro per person) to explore two floors of Museum but of 50 square meters each. Some nice piece is there but honestly not worth spending so much for so little to see. Total disappointment and visit duration making it very quietly 20 minutes. I DO NOT RECOMMENDshow original
Harold Carey Jr
It is the world's first and still the only museum dedicated to the life's work of the famous Russian jeweler Carl Peter Fabergé Czar. Has the world's largest collection of posh cigarette case or variety funny animal miniatures of precious stones. Admission costs: regularly 18 Euro reduced 12 euros (senior citizens, students, journalists) Teenagers up to 18 years and disabled 8 Euro Children under 12 years, - free
Marie PennVisit yesterday from Fabergé Museum. The record of rudeness. At the reception not Hello and the soup a grimace. The controller could have been maton in the Gulag... And the Russian guide we assaulted. Why? When one knows the friendly welcome in all the other museums in Baden. In most little interest concerning the property presentation... In short, a visit to forget!show original
Michele RiesserVisit full of charms, numerous and delicate objects; We note the presence of 2 Easter eggs. A guide for us who knew his subject, and although Russian French.show original
Martin BraunVery exciting, only deters the expensive admission (€ 18,00 P.p..)show original
Benjamin BergmannWorth a visitshow original
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