The Museum für Franken, formerly the Mainfränkisches Museum, at Fortress Marienberg is home to the world’s largest collection of works by Tilman Riemenschneider.
The museum building Kulturspeicher alone is worth a visit: 3500 sqm of exhibition space in a restored, historical grain storage building that has been combined with spectacular modern architecture.
On 1800 sq m the Museum am Dom presents works of art, which span over a millenium.
he museum opened its doors in 2003 and features about 700 art pieces from the last 1000 years. The 1800 sqm exhibit contrasts contemporary art with older works.
In this museum of the Diocese of Würzburg you can admire burial objects, gold jewelry and liturgical vestments from the 11th to the 20th centuries.
The Fürstenbau of the Fortress Marienberg has on exhibit the former living quarters of the prince-bishops as well as the city's history collection.
Dive into ancient Egypt and the antiquity. The Martin von Wagner Museum is one of Europe's most important university museums.
Experience the interesting Botanical Gardens with various outdoor areas and greenhouses.
Experience the fascinating world of minerals and stones.
Visit the original laboratory where the X-rays were discovered by Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen in 1895.
The museum houses permanent and traveling collections, most notably the estate of the local physician and Japan researcher Philipp Franz von Siebold (1796-1866).
The Jewish community of Würzburg and its surrounding area has founded a new cultural center, the Museum Shalom Europa.
The Jewish Information Center should be the first place for anybody looking for answers to questions concerning the Jewish history of Lower Franconia.
Contemporary artists exhibit their works in a late Gothic chapel, renovated 1789 in early Classicism style.
The BBK gallery offers an independent forum for contemporary art.
Experience "The Swimming Art Exhibition" on a renovated, former cargo ship, now permanently moored in Würzburg.
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