Nördlingen City Museum
Museum in Nördlingen
Located in the historic Holy Spirit Hospital, the Nördlingen City Museum (Stadtmuseum) is a treasure trove of history spread across four fascinating floors. Through its engaging exhibitions, the museum delves into the rich tapestry of life in Nördlingen, showcasing the beliefs, customs, and significant events that have shaped the town.
Visitors can immerse themselves in the profound changes brought about by the Reformation, experience the tumultuous impact of the Thirty Years’ War, and learn about the pivotal Battle of Nördlingen in 1634.
Art enthusiasts will be delighted by the museum’s collection of paintings from renowned Swabian masters of the 15th and 16th centuries. These artworks vividly depict the political influence, affluence, and resilience of Nördlingen’s esteemed citizens.
Additionally, the Nördlingen City Museum sheds light on the captivating history of the Ries region, spanning from the Paleolithic era to the Middle Ages. Explore artefacts from the Ofnet Caves, uncover the remnants of the Roman Villa Rustica, and discover more captivating chapters in the region’s past.
Visiting Nördlingen City Museum
March 14th to November 5th
Adults €5.00 All admission tickets are also valid in the RiesKraterMuseum on the day of purchase!