List of museums in Germany

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This is a list of museums and galleries in Germany .

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Baden-Württemberg

Bavaria

Augsburg

Bayreuth

Eichstätt

Feucht

Kempten

Munich

Art museums
Cultural history museums
Natural history museums
Technology museums

Neuenmarkt

Nuremberg

Regensburg

Solnhofen

Würzburg

Berlin

Brandenburg

Potsdam

Bremen

Bremerhaven

Hamburg

Hesse

Darmstadt

Frankfurt

Gießen

Kassel

Offenbach

Wiesbaden

Lower Saxony

Braunschweig

Einbeck

Hanover

Hildesheim

Meppen

Osnabrück

Wolfsburg

Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

Anklam

Greifswald

Neubrandenburg

Rostock

Rügen

Schwerin

Stralsund

Waren (Müritz)

Others

North Rhine-Westphalia

Aachen

Bielefeld

Bochum

Bonn

Cologne

Art museums
History and culture museums

Dortmund

Duisburg

Düsseldorf

Essen

Hagen

Mettmann

Mönchengladbach

Münster

Nideggen

Oberhausen

Viersen

Wuppertal

Rhineland-Palatinate

Fell

Freinsheim

Konz

Mainz

Speyer

Trier

Saarland

Saarbrücken

Völklingen

Saxony

Chemnitz

Dresden

Leipzig

Others

Saxony-Anhalt

Halle/Saale

Others

Schleswig-Holstein

Kiel

Lübeck

Others

Thuringia

Eichsfeld

Eisenach

Erfurt

Gera

Jena

Weimar

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