Take a look
How old is Mother Earth?
How many stars are there in the sky?
Fossils of ichthyosaurus, sharks and mammoths carry you away into a time millions of years ago.
The Biberach dentist and archaeological pioneer Heinrich Forschner has collected about 22,000 archaeological finds from Upper Swabia including the remains of two piledwelling settlements, which today are under the protection of the UNESCO.
Gothic, Baroque and Biedermeierstyle works of art, a tannery, decorative tragacanth items and the oldest tin toy of the Wuerttemberg region illustrate almost 1,000 years of city life.
Biberach is an old weaving town that became rich with fustian, a blended fabric made from linen and cotton. Weaving demonstrations take place on Sundays from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Art 17th to 19th century
Biberach is a city of the arts. Johann Melchior Dinglinger, the goldsmith of German Baroque, who comes from Biberach and who created precious works in Dresden, counts among the greatest.
The unique studios of the Munich animal painters Anton Braith and Christian Mali as well as the studio of the Biberach painter Jakob Bräckle document the change in artistic selfconception.
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
It is thanks to fortunate circumstances that the brother of the expressionist Ernst Ludwig Kirchner lived in Biberach. This is how numerous works by Kirchner ended up in Biberach Museum.
Art 20th and 21st century
Heinz H. Engler is one of the most successful designers in Germany. A number of young artists is continuing the artistic tradition of the town.
Join in! Educational museum offers
Besides activities for classes, there is a series that is open to the public called “Children in the museum” with monthly rotating focuses. Children’s activities, children’s museum nights or
activities associated with museum festivals make the museum familiar in a playful way. Free of charge for Biberach schools.
Experiment for yourself
There is much for discoverers to explore
The four exhibition departments of Natural Art, Archaeology, History and Art exhibit outstanding collections. History is retraced and science is experienced with models, experimenting stations, productions and the interactive media guide. A fascinating adventure for children and adults alike.
Exclusive guided tours
The museum organises two special exhibitions per year in some relation to the region. We take you on a tour through all departments in small or larger groups. We can freely arrange the date and the subject. Give us a call at: +49 (0)7351 51-331
Take a memento
Souvenirs and books for reference
Exhibition catalogues, postcards, posters and souvenirs create lasting impressions. Please take a look around our museum shop – also available online.
88400 Biberach an der Riss
Phone: +49 (0)7351 51331
Fax: +49 (0)7351 5185331
Tue, Wed, Fri from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Thu from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. an 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Sat, Sun from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.