Museum Schloss Lübben

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The town and regional museum of Lübben is located in the historic palace building. Lübben Palace was built in the late Renaissance style at the end of the 17th century by order of Christian I, the Duke of Saxony-Merseburg. The museum is especially dedicated to the history of the town and district of Lübben as well as Lower Lusatia in general. 
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  • Museum Lübben, Foto:TKS Lübben GmbH
  • Museum Lübben, Foto:TKS Lübben GmbH
  • Museum Lübben, Foto:TKS Lübben GmbH
  • Museum Lübben, Foto:TKS Lübben GmbH
  • Museum Lübben, Foto:TKS Lübben GmbH
  • Museum Lübben, Foto:TKS Lübben GmbH
  • Museum Lübben, Foto: TKS Lübben GmbH
  • Museum Schloss Lübben, Foto: TKS Lübben GmbH
  • Schloss Lübben, Foto: Antje Tischer, Lizenz: TMB Fotoarchiv
  • Museum Schloss Lübben - Stadt- und Regionalmuseum, Foto: jegasoft
The exhibition includes the ancestral hall from 1915 in the palace tower with its monumental mural painting by August Oetken as well as 114 coats of arms of towns, aristocratic estates and manors. Other highlights include a medieval treasure find as well as hoards and graves dating back to the Iron and Bronze Ages. You can also admire an interactive model of the city and try old trypewriters like a castle manager.

The exhibition is fully accessible and is also highly recommended for children. Up to four special exhibitions are held every year that explore various issues relating to contemporary history or culture. The palace tower is also used for events and weddings.
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The town and regional museum of Lübben is located in the historic palace building. Lübben Palace was built in the late Renaissance style at the end of the 17th century by order of Christian I, the Duke of Saxony-Merseburg. The museum is especially dedicated to the history of the town and district of Lübben as well as Lower Lusatia in general. 
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  • Museum Lübben, Foto:TKS Lübben GmbH
  • Museum Lübben, Foto:TKS Lübben GmbH
  • Museum Lübben, Foto:TKS Lübben GmbH
  • Museum Lübben, Foto:TKS Lübben GmbH
  • Museum Lübben, Foto:TKS Lübben GmbH
  • Museum Lübben, Foto:TKS Lübben GmbH
  • Museum Lübben, Foto: TKS Lübben GmbH
  • Museum Schloss Lübben, Foto: TKS Lübben GmbH
  • Schloss Lübben, Foto: Antje Tischer, Lizenz: TMB Fotoarchiv
The exhibition includes the ancestral hall from 1915 in the palace tower with its monumental mural painting by August Oetken as well as 114 coats of arms of towns, aristocratic estates and manors. Other highlights include a medieval treasure find as well as hoards and graves dating back to the Iron and Bronze Ages. You can also admire an interactive model of the city and try old trypewriters like a castle manager.

The exhibition is fully accessible and is also highly recommended for children. Up to four special exhibitions are held every year that explore various issues relating to contemporary history or culture. The palace tower is also used for events and weddings.
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Comfort Information

  • Leisuretime
    Visitor parking
    • Distance of visitor parking to the entrance (in meters, approx.): 60
    Flooring
    • Partly restricted walkable flooring (inside and/or outside)
    Stairs
    • Some areas are accessible only by stairs: Wappensaal
    Guest bathroom
    • Guest toilet is accessible without stairs
    Additional info
    • There are borrowable seating options available
    • Handrails on all stairs
    • Parking facilities for baby carriages / walkers etc.
    • Supplementary information:
      Fahrstuhl im Schloss vorhanden

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Ernst-von-Houwald-Damm 14

15907 Lübben (Spreewald)

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Tourismusverband Spreewald

Lindenstraße 1
03226 Vetschau/Spreewald OT Raddusch

Tel.: +49 (0) 35433-72299
Fax: +49 (0) 35433-72228

Weather Today, 14. 4.

9 18
overcast clouds

  • Monday
    6 10
  • Tuesday
    4 8

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