The museum in Ulm is the perfect place for some time traveling. Start with a half lion half human made out of mammoth ivory, from over 40.000 years ago. Late gothic pieces take you to the time when the famous „Ulmer Münster“ was built. In the baroque art and wonder chamber explore a tradesman passion to collect art pieces. So called Snow White's coffin takes you to the early 20th century. It was a model for a phonograph from the design schoool in Ulm. The collection of Kurt Fried and the museum's exhibits show many more pieces of the same century.
There are also temporary exhibitions on various topics with the focus on contemporary art.
How to get there
take bus 4, 5, 6 or 9 to „Ulmer Museum“ (stop: Rathaus)
From the main train station you can also walk to the museum. (15min)
Coming from the north:
Take A7 towards Ulm until Ulm/Elching. On A8 towards Ulm/Stuttgart continue and exit at Ulm-west onto B10 to Ulm/Friedrichshafen.
Coming from the east:
On A8 towards Stuttgart take exit Ulm-west and drive onto B10 towards Ulm/Friedrichshafen.
Coming from the south:
Take A7 towards Ulm until Hittistetten and turn on B28 until ecit Bismarckring/B311 and continue towards Donaueschingen/Stadtmitte.
Coming from the west:
Take A8 towards munich, take exit Ulm-west onto B10 towards Ulm/Friedrichshafen.