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Reichsstadtmuseum, Rothenburg

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At Reichsstadtmuseum, you'll find more than 2,500 sq m (26910 sq ft ) of paintings, Jewish items, craftwork, and other artifacts spanning eight centuries. It's also home to a complete 14th-century kitchen and the Baumann Foundation, where you'll find weapons, locks, pewter objects, and more. Check the website to find out about special programs taking place at the museum. To visit Reichsstadtmuseum on your trip to Rothenburg, use our Rothenburg trip itinerary maker website.
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  • Beautiful Place super rude people. A highlight of Germany and in all honesty probably the best part of Germany. In true medieval style the little town is just adorable, impressive and overall... 
    Beautiful Place super rude people. A highlight of Germany and in all honesty probably the best part of Germany. In true medieval style the little town is just adorable, impressive and overall...  more »
  • The Rothenburg Museum is a wonderful place to view much of the medieval history of the area under a single roof. The highlight of my visit was actually personal: viewing a portrait of a forebear... 
    The Rothenburg Museum is a wonderful place to view much of the medieval history of the area under a single roof. The highlight of my visit was actually personal: viewing a portrait of a forebear...  more »
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  • Nice museum with a lot of town history and various artifacts including religious, weapons, furniture, and romantics etchings. When we bought tickets they gave us an English tour paper and we walked the museum in about an hour with our six and eight year old stopping to explain what caught their eye. Not much for kids there but that was expected. They liked the story about the horned Moses.
  • This is the museum to visit. It displays a breadth of history of this town that was started around 1080. Some foundations predate that time. The art and implements presented here are outstanding and bring medieval life into your view. Spend the few extra euros to take some photographs.

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