Constance on Lake Constance, with its historic Centre, the Minster and the Statue of Imperia at the Harbour, is almost an Open-air Museum. But not only that: It is also a City of Museums. The Exhibition Centres offer a wide Range of activities for Children and Young people. Their entrance fees are very family-friendly, and many of them are accessible.
The History of Constance and Lake Constance: The Rosgartenmuseum and the National Archaeological Museum
The Rosgartenmuseum is located in the City centre. It can also be visited by Wheelchair Users, with Car Parks nearby. Its Historical Hall houses a permanent Exhibition on the History of Constance. Here You can see among the Exhibits an ice age Resting in a Reindeer Antler that is 12,000 Years old. Constance is Particularly well known and famous for its medieval Council, which was held between secular Rulers and Catholic Church leadership between 1414 and 1418. You can also admire the Chronicle of Ulrich Richental, who has recorded the Advice in more than 100 Colour Drawings. At the Beginning of the 20th century, the company was At the Beginning of the 20th century, Konstanz was an important Ceramics Centre, where Art Nouveau and Art Nouveau pieces were built. Art deco. The Museum displays Exhibits by Elisabeth Schmidt-Pecht, who was born in 1857 and Worked in Constance. The Rosgartenmuseum is open from Tuesday to Friday from 10am to 1830am and on Saturdays, Sundays and public Holidays from 10am To 5am. It is closed on Monday. It offers free Admission on Wednesdays from 2pm and the first Sunday of the Month, Guided tours are available during the day or in the Evening. For Students, the Museum offers Participatory Actions on the history experienced, such as: Stone Age to Touch where historical Tools are being used. Please Note that photographing the Exhibits is not permitted. The Archaeological Museum of Baden-Württemberg is located in Konstanz, as many Artefacts from Prehistory and Antiquity have been Excavated in the Lake Constance region. It exhibits exciting Things from Early Country History with a lot of imagination and Creativity. In addition to Playmobile Figures depicting the Construction Of the pile Dwellings of Lake Constance, there were also fashion Shows for Boys and Girls with the Dresses of the Roman Province Of Rätien, to which Lake Constance belonged.
Nature and Water: The Sea Life And the Lake Constance Nature Museum
Sea Life Constance is an Aquarium on The Shores of Lake Constance. In 35 natural Pools you can see over 3000 fish and Aquatic animals from the Seas and Inland Waters of the whole world. The World of the Red Sea is as fascinating as the Special Exhibition of Water Turtles. Sea Life is open daily from 10am to 5pm, and in the Summer Months of July and August it is even an Hour longer until 18:00. Buy Your Tickets online, they are then Half cheaper than at Checkout. The Day Ticket also entitles you to Visit the Lake Constance Natural Museum. It is accessible to disabled people and has the same Opening Hours as Sea Life. In this Museum, You can learn more about the Origin of Lake Constance and its natural spatial Development with life-size animal exhibits. For Children, the play and Adventure Area stones in the River is popular. In the Quarry, they can knock out Fossils and make Discoveries at the Play stations.
The Konstanzer Cultural Centre and the Wessenberg Gallery
Art and Culture Lovers visit the Cultural Centre on the Münster, which consists of the City Library, the Adult Education Centre and the Educational Tower. The lower Floors of the Tower, which was originally used as a Residential Building, date back to around 1200. It is therefore one of the oldest Testimonies of Constantine Architecture. Today, the City’s Colleges and Schools use the upgraded building as an Information Center and for the Transfer of all kinds Of fields of Knowledge. The Cultural Centre also houses the Wessenberg Gallery. It is wheelchair Accessible, and there are two Multi-storey car Parks nearby. This City gallery has a small, permanent Exhibition of 19th West German Paintings. And 20. It was exhibitions that change in the 19th Century and that you are running a variety of exhibitions. Find out more about their current thematic focus on the Internet Or Facebook. The Gallery is open from Tuesday to Friday from 10am to 1830am and on Saturdays, Sundays and public Holidays from 10am To 5am. It is closed on Monday. Children and Adolescents offer their own museum Education programs. Please also Note here that Photographing the Exhibits is not permitted.
A Half-timbered House for Jan Hus
The Czech Reformer Jan Hus defended his Reform Approaches to the Church Structure at the Congress Council and was sentenced to Death at the Stake in 1415. He is dedicated to the Hus House, a pretty Half-timbered House whose Exhibits provide information about his Life and Work. As Children walk through the Exhibition, they can test their newly acquired knowledge on a Quiz. The Hus house is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 11Am. From April to September it closes at 5pm, from October to March at 4Pm. It’s closed on Mondays. For Your Visits to Museums In Constance, the Centro Guest house offers suitable Accommodation. You can book Here!