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Apr.-Oct. Sat-Sun 2-5 pm, guided tours by appointment
The sculptor and painter Otto Flath (1906 – 1987) lived in Bad Segeberg from 1935 and created many of his works here. On the initiative of the Burmester couple a first exhibition room was added to Flath’s house and studio in 1948. Later on more rooms were added.
Sculptures, paintings and drawings by Otto Flath are presented in the ‘art hall’ and on the grounds surrounding the former villa of the artist.
The former ‘Villa Flath” offers working facilities and exhibition rooms to young contemporary artists, who are supported by the Flath Foundation.
adults 4,- €, groups of 15 or more persons, each person 3,- €, pupils, apprentices, students, persons doing military or community service: 1,- , family ticket 3,50 €
guided tour 10,- €, guided tour outside opening hours 15,- €
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of the type: Art/Applied Arts
of the region: Segeberg
in: Bad Segeberg