Goslar Museum

In the prebendary house from 1514 extensive exhibits covering the history and art history of the town as well as the geology and mineralogy of the region can be viewed. Outstanding objects: the famed Krodo Altar (early 12th century), the Goslar Evangeliar (13th century), a collection of over 1000 coins bearing the Goslar mint stamp, the miners’ tankard from 1477 and the original Market Fountain eagle from the 14 th century. Further exhibits cover the life of everyday people over the last 10 centuries. A fascinating trip back in time!

Special offers for young people and school classes

Celebrations and arts and crafts at the Goslar Museum - for parties young people can be crowned Emperor and Empress, can travel back into the Stone Age or cook according to medieval recipes. For school classes and similar groups there are programmes of astonishment and educational value on offer.

Opening hours:

Daily: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Closed Mondays

Admission for individuals (including Tin Figure Museum):
Adults: EUR 6.00
Children and young people: EUR 3.50

For groups of 10 persons or more (including Tin Figure Museum):
Adults: EUR 5.00
Children and young people: EUR 3.00

Family card for both museums: EUR 12.50 

Contact:

Goslar Museum
Königsstraße 1, 38640 Goslar
Phone 0049 (0) 5321-43394

 

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