The Linden Museum is one of the largest ethnological museums in Europe and represents the diversity of cultures, hosts permanent exhibitions, collections from Africa, Asia, the East, America and Oceania. Special and permanent exhibitions are presented
An exciting trip around the world and time, the Linden Museum in Stuttgart is one of the largest ethnic museums in Europe. Its temporary and permanent exhibitions present well-preserved objects from all continents. In addition to lessons, readings, concerts, dances shows, and audiovisual presentations in its small auditorium, the museum make this neoclassical building an interesting cultural place.
The museum also has a traditional food restaurant with international touches, a room selling items from different regions of the world, pieces of handicrafts and sculptures imported directly from the different regions exposed.
what to find?
exhibitions with pieces of history from different continents
how to get - rates
Schedules Tuesday Saturday 10 to 17 hours, Sunday and holidays from 10 to 18, Monday closed
Admission 4 euros adults
Bus transportation 40 and 42
Address; Linden-Museum Stuttgart Staatliches Museum fur Volkerkunde, Hegelplatz 1, 70174 Stuttgart
Tel +49 (0) 711/20 22 3