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Other museum complexes in Germany

A selection of other museum complexes in Germany.
Museum Mile, Bonn
Bonn's Museum Mile consists of a number of different museums. Stretching for approx. 3 kilometres, it begins in the north with the Alexander Koenig Zoological Research Institute and Museum. This is followed by the Bonn Museum of Art, the Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany, the German Museum Bonn and the Museum of the History of the Federal Republic of Germany. Together, they form an impressive cultural attraction in the heart of the city. Along with the city museums and Kunstcarré (art square), the Museum Mile is one of Bonn’s main attractions for art and culture lovers from around the world.
Museum Embankment, Frankfurt
Frankfurt's museum embankment is located on the southern bank of the river Main in Frankfurt Sachsenhausen, between the Eiserner Steg footbridge and the Peace Bridge. One of Frankfurt's main cultural attractions, the museum embankment has 13 different leading museums and is a popular destination for museum-goers from Germany and across Europe. With a fascinating array of cultural highlights on both sides of the river, the city enjoys an excellent reputation among art lovers. The museum embankment also provides the setting for a number of cultural events, including the Museum Embankment Festival on the last weekend in August and the Museums Night held every year in spring.
Museum Hill, Flensburg
Flensburg's Museum Hill is perched high above the town which is situated on a coastal inlet close to the Danish border. Nestling in an idyllic area of historic parkland, the museum complex consists of the Heinrich Sauermann House and the Hans Christian Andersen House. The museum is one of the largest in Schleswig-Holstein, covering an exhibition area of approx. 3,000m², and provides a comprehensive insight into the art and cultural history of Schleswig from the 13th to the 20th century. Highlights include the extensive range of furniture that the museum's founder Heinrich Sauermann collected in the 19th century. The museum also contains many examples of European porcelain and faience earthenware from Schleswig-Holstein and the Netherlands. The Christian Andersen House takes visitors on a journey from classicism through to the present day. Guided tours available.
Reiss Engelhorn Museums, Mannheim
An internationally acclaimed museum complex in Mannheim, the city known for its neat "chessboard" layout, the Reiss Engelhorn Museums are one of the foremost museum complexes in Germany. Covering an exhibition area of around 11,500m² and approx. 1.2 million exhibits, the complex consists of the following museums: Museum of World Cultures, Armoury Museum, Schillerhaus Museum, ZEPHYR – Space for Photography, Centre of International History of Art and Culture, the Archaeometry Centre and special exhibitions on cultural history, past and present. Closed on Mondays, guided tours available.
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