Ansbach Travel Tip:
Margrave Museum

Margrave Museum
Ansbach City Center

The museum features the eras when Ansbach was ruled by the Hohenzollern dynasty and briefly came under Prussian control. It also covers the story of the mysterious foundling Kaspar Hauser who lived in the town before being murdered in the Court Garden. The state-of-the-art Kaspar Hauser section is designed as infotainment and illustrates all aspects of his life.

Hours: May - Sep: daily, 10am- 5 pm. Oct - Apr: closed Mondays, other days 10am - 5pm.

Admission: Adults 2.50 €, Concessions 1 €.

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Address: Johann-Sebastian-Bach-Platz, 91522 Ansbach
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"Where can I find Margrave Museum in Ansbach, Germany? Address or map? Thanks!" (posted 01/16/2016)
Answer provided by Birgit Herrscher on 01/17/2016
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Hello, the address is: 91522 Ansbach - Johann Sebastian Bach Place. Yours sincerely Holm Schreiter
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