Regensburg Travel Tip:
Regensburg History Museum in a former monastery
The Historical Museum resides in the former Minorite monastery and documents the history of Regensburg's art and culture from the Stone Age to the 19th century. The collection focuses on the Regensburg area and eastern Bavaria. The archaeological section with its large collection of finds and realistic models covers the prehistory of the region in the millennia before Christ, the Roman age until around 400 AD and early history up to the 10th century. A wide range of exhibits provides visitors with an insight into life in the town in the Middle Ages. The museum also covers the heyday of late-medieval religious art up to the work of Altdorfers and the
Danube school and holds a collection of European arts and crafts.
Hours: Open 10am - 4pm; closed on Mondays and Thursdays except public holidays.
Admission: Adults 2.20 € Concessions 1.10 €.
Address: Dachauplatz 2-4, 93047 Regensburg
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