‘Himmlisches Theater’ Museum

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Museum Heavenly Theater - Neuzelle Monastery
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  • Museum Heavenly Theater - Scene "Prayer on the Mount of Olives", Foto: Tobias Tanzyna
  • Museum Heavenly Theater - Scene "Prayer on the Mount of Olives", Foto: Tobias Tanzyna
  • Museum Heavenly Theater - Scene “Crowning of Jesus with Thorns”, Foto: Bernd Geller
  • Museum Heavenly Theater - Scene “Crowning of Jesus with Thorns”, Foto: Bernd Geller
  • Museum Heavenly Theater - Scene “Crowning of Jesus with Thorns”, Foto: Bernd Geller
  • Museum Heavenly Theater - Scene “Crowning of Jesus with Thorns”, Foto: Bernd Geller
  • Monastery information, Foto: Tobias Tanzyna
  • Museum Heavenly Theater - Scene “Crowning of Jesus with Thorns”, Foto: Bernd Geller
The Heavenly Theater Museum shows the most valuable monastery treasure: the Passion depictions of the Holy Sepulchre, which are unique in Europe. Like a monumental, baroque stage theater, the suffering, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ is illustrated on huge canvases and wooden panels.

15 scenes in five stage sets captivatingly illustrate the biblical events. The Neuzell Passion Cycle is also a technical masterpiece - an artistic and spiritual treasure: heavenly theater!

The Neuzeller Passion depictions of the Holy Sepulcher were created around 1750 and are among the most important works of art from the Neuzelle Monastery's furnishings. The Neuzeller Passion depictions of the Holy Sepulcher are considered unique in Europe in terms of scope, size and artistic quality.

They have been on permanent display in the Himmlisches Theater Museum since March 2015. For the first time in over 150 years, the two scenes "Prayer on the Mount of Olives" and "Crowning of Jesus with Thorns" can be seen in full in public again after their restoration with their stage sets - an artistic and spiritual treasure.
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Museum Heavenly Theater - Neuzelle Monastery
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  • Museum Heavenly Theater - Scene "Prayer on the Mount of Olives", Foto: Tobias Tanzyna
  • Museum Heavenly Theater - Scene "Prayer on the Mount of Olives", Foto: Tobias Tanzyna
  • Museum Heavenly Theater - Scene “Crowning of Jesus with Thorns”, Foto: Bernd Geller
  • Museum Heavenly Theater - Scene “Crowning of Jesus with Thorns”, Foto: Bernd Geller
  • Museum Heavenly Theater - Scene “Crowning of Jesus with Thorns”, Foto: Bernd Geller
  • Museum Heavenly Theater - Scene “Crowning of Jesus with Thorns”, Foto: Bernd Geller
  • Monastery information, Foto: Tobias Tanzyna
The Heavenly Theater Museum shows the most valuable monastery treasure: the Passion depictions of the Holy Sepulchre, which are unique in Europe. Like a monumental, baroque stage theater, the suffering, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ is illustrated on huge canvases and wooden panels.

15 scenes in five stage sets captivatingly illustrate the biblical events. The Neuzell Passion Cycle is also a technical masterpiece - an artistic and spiritual treasure: heavenly theater!

The Neuzeller Passion depictions of the Holy Sepulcher were created around 1750 and are among the most important works of art from the Neuzelle Monastery's furnishings. The Neuzeller Passion depictions of the Holy Sepulcher are considered unique in Europe in terms of scope, size and artistic quality.

They have been on permanent display in the Himmlisches Theater Museum since March 2015. For the first time in over 150 years, the two scenes "Prayer on the Mount of Olives" and "Crowning of Jesus with Thorns" can be seen in full in public again after their restoration with their stage sets - an artistic and spiritual treasure.
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Comfort Information

  • Leisuretime
    Visitor parking
    • Distance of visitor parking to the entrance (in meters, approx.): 180
    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
    • There are enough seats available
    • Supplementary information:
      The monastery grounds are paved with cobblestones. There is a special path for walkers and wheelchairs.

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Stiftsplatz 2

15898 Neuzelle

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Tourismusverband Seenland Oder-Spree e.V.

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15526 Bad Saarow

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

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