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Flohburg - The Nordhausen Museum

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The eventful history of the city from its origins to the present day is vividly displayed over three floors, supported by plenty of media and audio stations.

The FLOHBURG is one of the oldest half-timbered houses in Nordhausen., The "Haus der Barte", as the FLOHBURG was formerly called, has been known of since the 12th century. It has been a residential house, brewery, theatre, poorhouse and children's library. With the opening as Nordhausen Museum on 30th June 2012, the valuable collections of Nordhausen have had a worthy home. Tales and stories from the city's exciting history spanning more than 1,090 years will be vividly presented in 19 main themes.
Using 1,000 m² of exhibition space, the house combines town history, geology, archaeology and natural history - all under one roof. It is a meeting place, stimulating learning and reflection. Special offers: History you can take away in the shop, media offers on three levels, educational offers on the history of the city, children can experience history at the themed stations.

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Flohburg - Das Nordhausen-Museum

Barfüßerstraße 6

99734 Nordhausen

Phone: 03631 4725680


Website: www.flohburg.nordhausen.de

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