If, upon hearing the word ‘museum’, your mind conjures up images of dimly lit and stuffy rooms with row upon row of glass cabinets, let Wolfsburg change your mind. The museums here are numerous and promise a high level of entertainment. Whether you are car crazy or hungry for history, here you will find something you can get your teeth into.
Wolfsburg may be a young and dynamic city, but there are still many places with a long and interesting history that goes back hundreds of years. Immerse yourself in a fascinating mix of old and new…
The Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg is a museum for modern and contemporary art with a diverse programme of exhibitions, focussing particularly on the future of modern art.
The Städtische Galerie Wolfsburg is an art gallery which is based in the Schloss Wolfsburg since 1974. It shows contemporary art and its main goal is the preservation and extension of the collection, next to an educational mission.
Burg Neuhaus displays documents and records from the lives of the people who lived in the years up to 1800.
The Hoffmann-von-Fallersleben museum centres on the life of the famous poet, the author of many children’s songs and the German national anthem. The museum takes you on a journey through his life and provides an insight into 19th century Germany.
In the phaeno Science Centre, visitors are brought face-to-face with the world of science. With its interactive stations and special exhibitions, the phaeno is a captivating and fun day out for all the family.
The history of the castle, the region and the city comes to life in the Stadtmuseum Schloss Wolfsburg.
The Stiftung AutoMuseum Volkswagen tells the car manufacturer’s success story, from the very first Volkswagen Beetle right through to the prototypes.