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Museum der Brotkultur, Ulm
(3.9/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web)
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  • Small fine Museum in the heart of Ulm. EC always with special exhibition, 1st and 2nd floors with really good preparation of the bread-making (historically and technically), food crises and bread as their main staple food. Overall much beautiful Guide for 2 hours in absolutely appropriate to the building environment.
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  • One floor is primarily history of bread-making. I picked up quite a few interesting little pieces of information. Another floor is primarily related to hunger in the world, both historical and present...  more »
  • Nice welcome at the reception, free rental of audio guides attractions for children and adults, Museum with new impulses to bread and other good foods, during the lunch break: Great idea, unfortunately (Fortunately for us), little visited, it all the more intense encounter with the exhibits
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  • I found this extremely interesting and learned a great deal! For English take the audio guide, it was great!
  • The worst day of my life. Since that day, I get anxiety attacks when I only see bread. You think horror, just not the then of the bread mafia. Good parking.
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  • Great location and interesting not only for children! Imemr einne Baker worth
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  • Beautiful exhibition, especially interesting for our visitors from America!
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  • Super interesting and changing exhibitions
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