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Museums in Celle

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Residenzmuseum im Celler Schloss c) Celle Tourismus und Marketing GmbH Residence Museum in the Celle Palace

Celle is one of the most important residence cities in the state of Lower Saxony. For almost three centuries it was the permanent residence of the dukes of Brunswick-Lüneburg and therefore the seat of government in the most significant Guelphs principality.
The palace, surrounded by idyllic half-timbered houses, still bears traces of its time as a medieval seat of power, as a baroque residence until 1705, and as a summer residence for the kings of Hanover in the 19th century.
Come to the Residence Museum and experience history through our modern displays about the castle and those who lived here, and get to know the oldest surviving European royal family, the Guelphs.


Residenzmuseum Celle
Schloßplatz 1
29221 Celle
Tel: +49(0)5141/124555
Fax: +49(0)5141/124599
E-Mail: residenzmuseum@celle.de
Internet: www.residenzmuseum.de

24-Stunden Kunstmuseum c) Celle Tourismus und Marketing GmbH Celle 24-hour Art Museum

with Robert Simon Collection
The world’s first 24-hour art museum, this museum exhibts modern and contemporary art from the Robert Simon Collection.
As the world’s first 24-hour art museum, the Art Museum Celle offers encounters with modern and contemporary art from the Robert Simon Collection and in changing temporary exhibitions during the day and at night.

Celle Haesler Museum c) Celle Tourismus und Marketing GmbH Otto-Haesler-Museum

Otto-Haesler was one of the biggest master builders of the 20th century with international reputation.
The museum offers an insight to a workman’s house which was built in the 50’s, an accommodation for refugees of 1945, an original wash and bath house of 1931 and a collection of photographies about the life in a workman’s housing estate.


wohnen und leben in Baushausarchitektur
Rauterbergweg 1
29221 Celle
Tel.: + 49 (0) 5141/217487
Fax: + 49 (0) 5141/881274
E-Mail: info@haeslerstiftung.de
Internet: www.otto-haesler-stiftung.de

c) Bomann Museum Celle Bomann Museum

Museum for cultural history

For more than 100 years, one of the largest cultural-historical museums in Lower Saxony, located opposite the Celle Palace, has been presenting its collections about the everyday culture of eastern Lower Saxony, the town’s history as well as the history of the former Kingdom of Hanover. Since October 2013, the completely redesigned permanent exhibitions can be accessed once again. Newly created exhibition areas illustrate the cultural history of the town and its region in a variety of ways.

Opening hours:

Tuesday – Sunday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
varying opening hours on holidays.


Schlossplatz 7
29221 Celle
Tel: +49(0) 5141 124555
Fax +49 (0) 5141 12 45 99
E-Mail: bomann-museum@celle.de
Internet: www.bomann-museum.de