Museum Neuruppin

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Noeldchen House was originally built in 1791 and extended in 2014 with the addition of a modern annex that has been open to visitors since January 2015. With a surface area of approximately 800 square metres, the museum presents the prehistory and early history of the Ruppiner Land region as well as the history of Neuruppin from its foundation through to the present day. It is also devoted to Neuruppin personalities such as architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel and novelist Theodor Fontane. In addition, works by the Oriental painter Wilhelm Gentz are on display, as well as the famous Neuruppin épinal prints that made the town famous far beyond the borders of Brandenburg in the 19th century.
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  • Museum Neuruppin, Foto: Kienzle | Oberhammer, Lizenz: Museum Neuruppin
  • Museum Neuruppin, Foto: Lorenz Kienzle/Ronka Oberhammer, Lizenz: Museum Neuruppin
  • Museum Neuruppin, Foto: Lorenz Kienzle/Ronka Oberhammer, Lizenz: Museum Neuruppin
  • Museum Neuruppin, Foto: Kienzle | Oberhammer, Lizenz: Museum Neuruppin
At 20 audio stations, the permanent exhibition gives visitors an insight into Theodor Fontane’s thoughts: impressions of Neuruppin, the collection at the museum of the time, contemporaries and even descriptions of the Ruppiner Schweiz provide fascinating insights into 19th century life and culture. The renowned theatre and film actor Burghard Klaußner lends his voice to the Brandenburg poet.

The neighbouring Temple Garden forms part of the overall museum concept, enabling visitors to round off their museum visit with a walk in the footsteps of Crown Prince Frederick.
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Noeldchen House was originally built in 1791 and extended in 2014 with the addition of a modern annex that has been open to visitors since January 2015. With a surface area of approximately 800 square metres, the museum presents the prehistory and early history of the Ruppiner Land region as well as the history of Neuruppin from its foundation through to the present day. It is also devoted to Neuruppin personalities such as architect Karl Friedrich Schinkel and novelist Theodor Fontane. In addition, works by the Oriental painter Wilhelm Gentz are on display, as well as the famous Neuruppin épinal prints that made the town famous far beyond the borders of Brandenburg in the 19th century.
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  • Museum Neuruppin, Foto: Kienzle | Oberhammer, Lizenz: Museum Neuruppin
  • Museum Neuruppin, Foto: Lorenz Kienzle/Ronka Oberhammer, Lizenz: Museum Neuruppin
  • Museum Neuruppin, Foto: Lorenz Kienzle/Ronka Oberhammer, Lizenz: Museum Neuruppin
At 20 audio stations, the permanent exhibition gives visitors an insight into Theodor Fontane’s thoughts: impressions of Neuruppin, the collection at the museum of the time, contemporaries and even descriptions of the Ruppiner Schweiz provide fascinating insights into 19th century life and culture. The renowned theatre and film actor Burghard Klaußner lends his voice to the Brandenburg poet.

The neighbouring Temple Garden forms part of the overall museum concept, enabling visitors to round off their museum visit with a walk in the footsteps of Crown Prince Frederick.
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Comfort Information

  • Leisuretime
    Visitor parking
    • Distance of visitor parking to the entrance (in meters, approx.): 80
    Flooring
    • Partly restricted walkable flooring (inside and/or outside)
    Stairs
    • Everything is accessible at ground level / without stairs.
    Guest bathroom
    • Guest toilet is accessible without stairs
    Additional info
    • Convenient arrival by public transport possible
    • There are borrowable seating options available
    • Handrails on all stairs

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August-Bebel-Straße 14/15

16816 Neuruppin

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Tourismusverband Ruppiner Seenland e. V.

Fischbänkenstraße 8
16816 Neuruppin

Tel.: +49 (0) 3391-659630
Fax: +49 (0) 3391-659632

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