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Tue-Sun 10:00 am – 5 pm
High above the town the Museumsberg Flensburg emerges. Situated in an historic park the Heinrich-Sauermann-Haus and the Hans-Christiansen-Haus constitute one of the largest museums in Schleswig-Holstein. The furniture manufacturer Heinrich Sauermann founded it in 1876. The visitors get a comprehensive insight into the art and cultural history of the Schleswig region. Outstanding focal points are the abundant furniture collection, original farm living rooms, the unique collection of 19th-century paintings from Schleswig-Holstein and the Art Nouveau section with works of the artist Hans Christiansen, who was born in Flensburg. Another highlight is the Expressionism art with works by famous artists like Erich Heckel, Ernst Barlach and Emil Nolde. Special exhibitions are shown in addition to the permanent collections.
Adults 8,- €, reduced 3,- €;
Children and adolescent under 18 years have free admission;
Groups with more than 15 persons, 5,- € per person
lectures accompany special exhibitions, Art talks, thematic guided tours and guided tours during special exhibitions, please contact +49/461/852956, Museum education for school classes of all age-groups
Calendar of events published every two month, Information leaflet, Catalogues on exhibitions, Catalogues on collections
Kunstverein Flensburg (Arts Association Flensburg):
Members have free admission to the town collections and museums.
25,- € single membership;
35,- € family membership;
10,- € pupils, students, apprentices (1st year free);
100,- € company membership
Arriving by car
Motorway A 7 from the South resp. the North, exit Flensburg; federal road B 200 to Flensburg Centrum, Marienallee resp. Mühlenstr. to Reepschlägerbahn, parking facilities at the museum, From Flensburg station about 20 minutes walk or by bus to the ZOB (central bus station), then about 5 minutes walk