Gustav Seitz Museum - Zentrum für Kunst- und Kulturpädagogik

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The Gustav Seitz Museum is a facility run by the foundation of the same name. It is dedicated to preserving the artistic heritage of the sculptor and illustrator Gustav Seitz (1906 to 1969). The museum was opened on September 11, 2017 in a specially refurbished laundry building of the former rural estate on the premises of the Trebnitz Castle Education and Exchange Centre.
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  • Gustav Seitz Museum, Foto: Wolfgang van Gulijk
  • Im Gustav Seitz Museum, Foto: Franziska Mandel
  • Sappho mit Plakat vor dem Gustav Seitz Museum, Foto: Wolfgang van Gulijk
In addition to the remaining cast models, the collection comprises in particular sculptures by Seitz (small and big sculptures and relief work), as well as drawings and graphic prints. A representative selection of the artist’s sculptural work is presented in the permanent public exhibition.

The museum’s location gives rise to a cooperation with the Trebnitz Castle Education and Exchange Centre. Planning provides for joint activities to be offered in the future, such as workshops for local families and children, German-Polish artists’ plein-airs and regular guided tours.

It is always a good idea to combine a visit to the museum with a stroll through the historic gardens of Trebnitz Castle. The castle complex and grounds are preserved, refurbished and maintained thanks to the extraordinary commitment of volunteers. The remise at the entrance of the premises is home to a village shop with regional products and a café. During the peak season (April to October), visitors from near and far are welcome to visit the inclusive international Junior Café. Please take a look at the website for more information.

How to get there

Train: RB26, Oderlandbahn, Bahnhof Trebnitz, Berlin-Lichtenberg in the direction of Küstrin (45 minutes, every 2 hours)

Car: B1 to Jahnsfelde, here take the exit towards Trebnitz/Neuhardenberg.
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The Gustav Seitz Museum is a facility run by the foundation of the same name. It is dedicated to preserving the artistic heritage of the sculptor and illustrator Gustav Seitz (1906 to 1969). The museum was opened on September 11, 2017 in a specially refurbished laundry building of the former rural estate on the premises of the Trebnitz Castle Education and Exchange Centre.
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  • Gustav Seitz Museum, Foto: Wolfgang van Gulijk
  • Im Gustav Seitz Museum, Foto: Franziska Mandel
  • Sappho mit Plakat vor dem Gustav Seitz Museum, Foto: Wolfgang van Gulijk
In addition to the remaining cast models, the collection comprises in particular sculptures by Seitz (small and big sculptures and relief work), as well as drawings and graphic prints. A representative selection of the artist’s sculptural work is presented in the permanent public exhibition.

The museum’s location gives rise to a cooperation with the Trebnitz Castle Education and Exchange Centre. Planning provides for joint activities to be offered in the future, such as workshops for local families and children, German-Polish artists’ plein-airs and regular guided tours.

It is always a good idea to combine a visit to the museum with a stroll through the historic gardens of Trebnitz Castle. The castle complex and grounds are preserved, refurbished and maintained thanks to the extraordinary commitment of volunteers. The remise at the entrance of the premises is home to a village shop with regional products and a café. During the peak season (April to October), visitors from near and far are welcome to visit the inclusive international Junior Café. Please take a look at the website for more information.

How to get there

Train: RB26, Oderlandbahn, Bahnhof Trebnitz, Berlin-Lichtenberg in the direction of Küstrin (45 minutes, every 2 hours)

Car: B1 to Jahnsfelde, here take the exit towards Trebnitz/Neuhardenberg.
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Platz der Jugend 3a

15374 Müncheberg OT Trebnitz

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Tourismusverband Seenland Oder-Spree e.V.

Ulmenstraße 15
15526 Bad Saarow

Tel.: +49 (0) 33631-868100
Fax: +49 (0) 33631-868102

Weather Today, 12. 8.

15 30
Partly cloudy throughout the day.

  • Saturday
    16 31
  • Sunday
    18 31

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