Musical Instrument Museum
The museum was founded in 1883 through a trade society on initiative of the teacher and organist Paul Apian-Bennewitz. Since 1942 it has been situated in the “Paulus-Schlössel”, a citizen building of the late baroque. With over 3200 musical instruments from all over the world, is has at its disposal funds unequaled on its scale, which is likewise of interest to both amateurs and scientists.
adults 5,50 €
reduced 5,00 €
children < 16 free groups until 15 persons 80,00 € fix groups larger than 15 persons 4,50 € p. P. For groups with more than 15 people the guided tour is inclusive. A guided tour in english costs 25,00 EUR extra. Entrance fee includes: Exhibitions at Gerber-Hans-Haus and Paulus-Schlössel, Exhibition about the town Markneukirchen, lobby of historical sawmill and the worldmusic-garden (only from april to october)
all year, 10am–4pm, last entry 3pm, closed on Monday