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Museums in Koblenz
French art of the 20th century, archaeological finds from different eras or an interactive journey into the world of Rhine Romanticism: the museums in Koblenz are as diverse as the city itself.
The State Museum
The Koblenz State Museum in Ehrenbreitstein Fortress is the only state technology museum in Rhineland-Palatinate and houses four exhibition halls.
The Middle Rhine Museum
The Middle Rhine Museum was founded in 1835 and is, therefore, one of the oldest and most renowned civic museums in Germany, but offers a modern presentation of the extensive collection.
The Romanticum Koblenz is a unique German experience exhibition on the UNESCO World Heritage Site, which offers interactive adventure for the whole family.
The Koblenz Sparkling Wine Museum
The hearts of wine and sparkling wine lovers beat faster in the Koblenz Sparkling Wine Museum. The soul of wine culture can be felt in every part of the vault.
The Ludwig Museum
The still relatively young Ludwig Museum is dedicated to contemporary art and especially contemporary French art and closes a crucial gap in the German museum landscape.
The Rhine Museum
The Rhine Museum Koblenz is a cultural history museum that shows life on the Rhine from various aspects. Even Neanderthals are the subject of the exhibition.
The Home of Beethoven's Mother
Ludwig van Beethoven's mother - Maria Magdalena Keverich - was born in this house in 1746. The house presents the history of Ehrenbreitstein as an electoral residential town, the family history of the Keverichs as well as Beethoven's youth, his friendships and the last years of his life.
The Defence Technology Study Collection
The Defence Technology Study Collection is one of the largest technical exhibitions in Germany. The study collection contains a wide variety of equipment, weapon systems and uniforms.
The DB Museum
At the DB Museum Koblenz, visitors can experience the history of the railway in Germany in a hands-on museum. The vehicle collection includes around 40 historic locomotives and 50 passenger and freight cars.
In the Mosellum, visitors can immerse themselves in the realm of migratory fish. The exhibition focuses on the tension between shipping, power generation and fish migration in the Moselle Valley.
The Rhineland Carnival Museum
The Rhineland Carnival Museum in Koblenz presents uniforms, medals and other carnival relics from the past and present on two floors in the historic Battery Tower of Fort Konstantin.