Museum zu Allerheiligen, Schaffhausen

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4.8/5 based on 20+ reviews on the web
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  • The Museum in the old town of Schaffhausen offer something for everyone. So also for families very well suited and for rainy days is a great alternative.
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  • The museum allerheiligen is one of the most interesting of the many local museums you can find in smaller towns. They don't have a must see art collection but there are some really nice pieces (Lucas ...  read more »
  • The history of Schaffhausen from antiquity to the bombing by the Allies in 1944. Very well presented. There is also a superb collection of Latin America. Two exhibitions, one with statues of saints wooden, the other on playing cards complete the visit. Several reconstructions of Interior recovered during demolition are worth visiting
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  • The Museum zu Allerheiligen has extremely large exhibition areas. Because it combines many disciplines under one roof, exhibitions on different themes are shown here. Pictures of Albert Anker, the question of final disposal of nuclear waste, Knights in the middle ages were past exhibition topics. Recently, I saw an exhibition about bees. The issue was addressed on variety. I was not aware that there are so many different types of bee. Was new to me also, that not every kind of bee feeds on each kind of flower. This has been shown in interactive art. A particularly funny part was the representation of the Division of responsibilities in a bee colony. Figures were used by Fisher Price, who knows each child. Puzzles, videos, audio reviews, comparisons of a bee colony to the Organization of an Altersheimes were part of the exhibition. In short, I liked the exhibition. I've learned all sorts of. A visit to the Museum Alleheiligen is worthwhile in any case. It is housed in an old convent courtyard, located very close to the Rhine River on the edge of the old town of Schaffhausen. As a city with the Rhine falls, Schaffhausen is worth a visit. up to the 28.8.2016, you can the small, fine exhibition: see "Holy visit". Two foulard with motifs by Annelies Strba, Catherine Henggeler production are available in the shop
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