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Badisches Landesmuseum, Karlsruhe

(4/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
One of Germany's most renowned museums, Badisches Landesmuseum gives visitors a bit of everything. This all-in-one museum presents Baden's culture, art, and society from prehistory to the 21st century. The main museum in Karlsruhe Palace features a collection of ancient, medieval, and early modern objects and artifacts. Don't miss out on a trip to the top of the palace's tower for a view of the city, or a stroll through its impressive gardens. For travelers who use our custom trip planner, Karlsruhe holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Badisches Landesmuseum and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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  • First of all, who has recently visited the exhibition "Maya - the mystery of the imperial cities" in Speyer, ticket submit - discount on Ramses is 3 euro. The scope of the exhibition is no 12,-euro worth regular admission for my taste. In addition 2,-euro are due for an audio guide and you must first fill out a "rental agreement" and sign; incomprehensible. On a Sunday a visit is also not advisable - crowded stuffy air, loudly.
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  • The exhibitions and special exhibition "Ramses" was pretty good. We were only in the Ramsesausstellung, there was no exhibit without protection or glass trappings, but small shoulder bags were to leave. Fully incomprehensible. The rooms of the exhibition were quite nicely prepared but good and warm un stuffy. The EUR 12 this visit was not worth more.
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  • Enjoyed and from the rich collections of artifacts and from fine produmanoj exposure. Interesting, informative and simply beautiful. Just a surprise, as many times happened in Karlsruj shopping, and only now have visited the Museum. A true Pearl of the city.
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  • Great museum and in my opinion the main cultural attraction in this city. Not only are the tickets very inexpensive and offered at various discounts for students, but the museum itself is very large and covers the entirety of German history, from prehistoric times to Romans to knights to Bismarck to the Third Reich to modern day. The latter somehow oddly includes a Japanese magazine about girly girls wearing a great amount of fake tan. The staff is generally quite friendly and there are not many people there. The topics are also often presented in a way that might interest children and include a train journey audio play and a gigantic weapons collection. I would wholeheartedly recommend it to anyone interested in history.
  • In the winter it is a popular place by me... again happy to... and trappings serve sweet pastries... Again happy to... Tip sonja Kunkel going to go look at what ...und lernen...lach
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  • The collection is very interesting and has me as excited kids. One star deduction because there is no English or French descriptions (we were with students there). This is outdated in many foreign guests in Karlsruhe.
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  • The family exhibition is compiled with much imagination. The kids had their pleasure, also the climb to the Tower will be rewarded with a magnificent view.
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  • Is definitely worth a visit!
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